Cocker Spaniel Breeders Club, Ontario, Canada Pictures of the different varities and types of American Cocker Spaniel, "> Index

The American Cocker Spaniel Club of Central Ontario.
     A Breed Club accredited with The Canadian Kennel Club..


The American Cocker Spaniel Club of Central Ontario
Founded in 1945 and accredited with the Canadian Kennel Club, 
 is a not for profit organization.
Whose members reside in Central and Southern Ontario:

American Cocker Spaniels come in three varieties based on colour: Black, ASCOB and Parti colours: The following dogs were bred by club members.
 Black.
A small amount of white on the throat or chest is permissible
This is U.S. & Cdn Ch. 
Copadale's Opportunity Knocks

Black & Tan 
Black with tan points
This is U.S. & Cdn Ch. Nonnie's Intendo

ASCOB.
Any solid colour other than black.
Buff:  From the palest cream to red.
This is Cdn Ch. Larmaros Copadales I'm  a Ten
Chocolate.
This is U.S. & Cdn Ch. Ashleysown Kahlua
Parti Colours:
Red & White.
This is U.S. & Cdn Ch. 
 Christycrest Broadway Star 
Black & White.
This is U.S. & Cdn Ch. 
Nickleodeon's Devil May Dare.

Tri- Clolour.
This is U.S. & Cdn Ch. 
Nickleodeon's Bobbie Magee.
Owned  by Pat & Alfonse Konrad.


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Docked Tails:
     In the Photographs below you will note that all of the dogs have docked tails.
The cocker spaniel was originally bred to work in thick dense cover, which is sometime deeper than the dog is tall, this necessitated docking the tail to prevent injury.
   The breeders of the American Cocker Spaniel Club of Central Ontario  concur with The American Spaniel Club in  supporting  the continuance  of docked tails as an important characteristic required by the breed's function as a hunting dog.