Are you looking for a chart of a Cocker Spaniel in tri color? This chart, which features an adorable tri-colored coat, is based on the artwork of Kathleen Sepulveda. The pattern is fully charted and will work well on any fabric count. This pattern features a reddish-chocolate brown dog with tan markings. Cocker Spaniels are gentle family pets that are excellent choices for beginners and experienced alike.
Cocker Spaniels are reddish-chocolate brown
American Cocker Spaniel colors are either reddish-chocolate brown or golden. The tan markings on their coats are usually found on the inside of their ears, legs, feet, and under their tail. These markings come from the recessive genes for liver and red. Lemons can also be a shade of red. White is also possible, but it is not as common as the other two colors.
They have tan markings
The tri color of the American Cocker Spaniel has tan points. These markings are found on the legs and feet, under the tail, and on the sides of the muzzle. The tan spots are restricted to about 10 percent of the dog’s body. The tan points can also be present on the chest. If you are interested in a tri color of the American Cocker Spaniel, you should be looking for these markings.
They have a solid coat
The solid coat pattern is determined by loci S, solid color. This is the normal gene in breeds without any white markings. However, the loci S in a solid coat dog may not be present or may express some white markings. A parti-color dog cannot carry the loci S, solid color gene. Those who carry two loci for solid will only produce solid color puppies.
They are gentle family companions
Cocker Spaniels are lovely dogs, and are excellent pets for families. They are medium-sized dogs, large enough to play with children, yet small enough to make an excellent apartment dog. A Cocker can adapt well to family life, and is easy to train. Read on to learn more about the Cocker breed. If you have a family, a Cocker is a gentle companion, but can be quite energetic.
They have serious health problems
There are some serious health problems associated with the American Cocker Spaniel breed. The breed is prone to certain immune-based diseases that attack the red blood cells. These diseases, commonly known as haemolytic anaemia, can cause a range of symptoms, including restlessness, anxiety, and occasional blindness or deafness. Treatment involves a combination of blood transfusions and diagnostic tests.