The term ‘cocker’ comes from this breed’s initial use for hunting woodcocks. Although woodcocks can now consider themselves safe around the Cocker Spaniel, the breed has maintained its reputation for outstanding physical abilities. The Cocker Spaniel also has a tendency to display a sensitive digestive and immune system, and sensitive skin. Royal Canin knows all of this, and has formulated Cocker Spaniel Puppy to ensure optimal digestion, joint support and strong natural defences. Enriched with borage oil, it also helps support the skin’s optimal Ph level and maintain the glossy beauty of the Cocker Spaniel’s coat.
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