Cock-A-Chon

History

The Cock-A-Chon country of origin is not clear. The Bichon Frise was first developed around the Mediterranean. The breed is thought to be a descendant of the Barbet or Water Spaniel breeds. Cocker spaniels belong to English Cocker Spaniel and the American Cocker Spaniel hunter breeds. The first Spaniels are thought to have originated from Spain.

Physical Appearance

The Cock-A-Chon is a small to medium size breed. It weighs between 12-24 pounds. Common colors for this breed include Black, Black & Brown, Black & White, Black Tan, Brown, Brown & White, and White. The coat of this dog can be soft and fluffy early on and wiry and curly as an adult.

Temperament

The Cock-A-Chon is a social, cheerful, loving, intelligent, and loyal family dog. Training a Cock-A-Chon is enjoyable as the dog is naturally inclined to listen to commands and obey its owner. If you like quick training results, this is the breed for you. The Cock-A-Chon needs just a few repetitions to follow particular instructions.
The breed is also suitable for kids. It’s known to be energetic, playful, and affectionate with them. However, the dog has low watchdog ability. It doesn’t bark to alert its owners of intruders.

Health Concerns

There no breed-specific health concerns for the Cock-A-Chon. Similarly, the breed does not have any known allergies. Good care and maintenance can prevent any potential genetic health issues. Take care of the dog the same way you would other breeds.

Cock-A-Chon