Often confused with his cousin the English Cocker Spaniel, the American Cocker Spaniel is smaller and has a longer muzzle than his British ancestor.
From a compact and robust look to a magnificent fur, the American Cocker Spaniel's silhouette is perfectly balanced and offers a harmonious superb and pleasant combination.
Between 37 and 39 cm (14.57 to 15.35 inches) for the male
Between 34 and 36 cm (13.39 to 14.17 inches) for the female
Between 9 and 13 kg (19.84 to 28.66 pounds) for the male
Between 9 and 13 kg (19.84 to 28.66 pounds) for the female
His dress is sometimes of one color. It can vary between black, black and tan, different shades of buffalo leather (red brown), white and black, white and orange, fawn and roan (coat composed of white, black and red hair).
His coat can be slightly wavy or flat and is very silky.
His head is pretty small. His large eyes are dark and slightly almond-shaped. His fringed ears are drooping. His nose is generally dark and can vary according to the coat. His natural tail is medium length but can be shortened.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 8, section 2 and is #167