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The Cockerchon (aka Cock-A-Chon) is a designer dog, an intentional hybrid of the American Cocker Spaniel, a game flushing hunting dog turned family companion, and the Bichon Frise, a small, cheerful companion breed. The resulting hybrid is an engaging and affectionate animal with a high intelligence and a desire to please.
The Toy Cockerchon can reach 10 inches in height but has a sturdier build, the bigger ones tipping the scales at just under 12 pounds. The Miniature Cockapoo weighs approximately 13 to 18 pounds and ranges between 11 and 14 inches high. The Standard or Maxi Cockerchon should weigh more than 19 pounds and be at least 15 inches in height. Of course, sizes vary depending on the weight of the parents.
- Height: 10-14”
- Size: Small-Medium
- Weight: 13-18lbs depending on if Toy, Mini or Standard
- Availability: Might take some effort to find
- Talents: Performing tricks, Companionship
Cockers are smart like poodles too but they do like to cuddle more. These forces together result in a smart, lovable dog.
Does a Cockerchon smell?
They don’t smell. Unlike some breeds, cockachons are pretty odorless. Unless of course they’ve gotten into something they shouldn’t have.
- Children: Excellent with children
- Friendliness: Very Friendly
- Trainability: Fairly easy to train
- Independence: Fairly independent
- Dominance: Moderate
- Other Pets: Great with other pets
- Combativeness: Friendly with other pets
- Noise: Average barker
- Indoors: Moderately active indoors
- Owner: Good for novice owners
- Grooming: Regular grooming needed
- Trimming and Stripping: Some trimming or stripping needed
- Coat: Curly/Medium coat
- Shedding: None or Very Light
- Docking: Ears and tail are not cropped or docked
- Exercise: Moderate exercise needed
- Jogging: A good jogging companion
- Apartments: If sufficiently exercised, will be okay in an apartment
- Outdoor Space: Ok with or without a yard if exercised
- Climate: Does well in most climates
- Longevity: Average (12-14 years)
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