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The ownership of a Cocker Spaniel, like any pet is a serious responsibility that requires a long term commitment. It is the goal of C'lestial Cockers to be sure that this responsibility, as well as the financial and psychological needs of each Cocker be met in its new home.
This questionaire has been designed to help prospective Cocker Spaniel owners address the issues that would directly affect their home and its suitability for a Cocker as well as aiding us in evaluation for the right dog to the right home.

I have most all colors listed below for your preferences, however, I do not breed all of the colors listed.
If I do not have anything you may be interested in, you may still fill out the form and I will try to direct you to other responsible Cocker breeders who may help. 
I am not a broker, nor get any gain from any of these breeders, I just try and help breeders and potential owners get together.
I have no knowledge or responsibility after you and another breeder have contacted each other.:-)

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Email Address:
Address, City, State, Zip Code
Phone Number
Number of adults and children in household
Have you ever owned a Cocker Spaniel? Yes

Who will be responsible for the care and training of the Cocker Spaniel?:
Approximately how long will your Cocker be alone each day?:
Do you rent or own your home? ******* If you rent or lease, you must have written permission from your landlord. Please list landlord's information:
Is your yard fenced? Yes

If not fenced, how do you plan to exercise your dog? Cockers are sporting dogs and like to play and run:-)
Are you aware that cockers need professional grooming at least every 6-8 weeks?:
Are you interested in a Cocker for a pet only? Do you understand if your Cocker is a pet it is not to be used for breeding and must be spayed or neutered?:
Are you interested in a Cocker for Show or Performance? If so , do you have experience in these areas?
Are you interested in breeding your Cocker? Have you ever bred Cockers before?
If for any reason, you are unable to keep your Cocker Spaniel, will you agree to contact the breeder first?
How many dogs have you owned in the past ten years? What happened to them?
What pets do you currently have?
Have you ever trained a dog before? If so what commands were taught?
Are you familiar with crate training? If not, are you willing to learn to use it as a transitional aid with your new dog?
What would be the reason you would give up a pet?
Would you be willing to take your Cocker to obedience training if it was having some behavioral problems?
How would you describe your family's activity level?
Would you prefer a male or female? Male
No Preference

What age would you prefer? Any
Puppy under 12 weeks old
Older pup from 12 weeks to 1 year
Young adult 1 year to 3 years
Adult 3 years to 6 years
Older adult 6 years to 8 years
Senior 8 years and older

What color(s) are you interested in? We don't breed all colors and the ones below are colors we sometimes have. Black
Black & Tan
Brown & Tan
Brown Roan
Blue Roan
Brown Parti
Black Parti

Is there any dog currently listed on this site you are interested in?
Occasionally, a Cocker spaniel with special needs (physical restrictions or health problems, as in a rescue and such or an unusual personality or preferences) is available to a good home. Would you be interested in being considered for such a "special" dog? Yes
Would depend

Do you currently have a vet? If yes, please list your veterinarians name address and phone at the bottom of this questionaire in the vet section. Vet's name, address and phone number:
Please add any comments you feel that would help us better understand you and your home as a potential Cocker Spaniel owner

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