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Cockinese
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Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel Hybrid Dogs

 

The Cockinese is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Pekingese and the Cocker Spaniel. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Recognized Names:
American Canine Hybrid Club = Cockinese
Designer Dogs Kennel Club = Cockinese
International Designer Canine Registry® = Cockinese
Designer Breed Registry = Cockinese

"This is our Reagan, our Cockinese puppy at 5 months…before his first haircut. He didn’t shed a lot, but because of his adventurous personality, he would get pine sap and anything else sticky stuck on his fur while playing outside. Speaking of being outside, he loves to be out, loves to run, but hates to be alone. If he is outside alone he will sit outside the door and bark until I bring him inside. As long as his sister Lady is out with him, he is fine to play outside for hours.

 
 


"We have 4 pets total, Reagan being our youngest. We watch Cesar very often and implement his techniques with our dogs (and cats)...our cats come when called, sit and wait for their food and enter or leave rooms upon demand. Our dogs also know the difference between fast and slow, they wait for their food calmly, and know the names of all the rooms in the house and will go to them when requested. They also submit, sit, shake, come, lay, speak and jump upon demand. With four pets and 2 children, our house is still a peaceful home, and I believe it is because the animals feel that they are an important part of the pack, without having to take responsibility of the pack as the leader.

"We had never heard of the Cockinese mix before purchasing this puppy, but have found him to be such a good-natured, loving dog. He has an attitude sometimes, but he is never mean, just disobedient (as all puppies are). He is such a wonderful addition to our family. He is currently 22 lbs. and still growing."

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ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®
DBR = Designer Breed Registry

"This is Luna, our Cockinese at 3 months old. She is half Pekingese and half Cocker Spaniel. She gets taken on 1-2 walks a day and gets played with constantly. This takes care of all of her exercise. Out of her litter she was the only puppy that turned out 2 different colors. Her brothers and sisters were all black or chocolate. She is always wanting to play and has proved difficult to housebreak."

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"This is our Reagan the Cockinese puppy at 6 months old…always messing with his sister Squeaker the cat. He is the first one to cause trouble. He likes to eat EVERYTHING. If you leave the door open he will be sure to get into something…and when you catch him he immediately rolls over on his back and “submits” with just a look from me or my husband."

"This is Reagan at 6 months with his sister Lady right after his haircut. He is so curious for a dog, he has more fun playing with the cats.... Would much rather chase a laser light or play with a rattling toy than chew on a bone."

"This is our baby Reagan, being a lovey. When he is tired he prefers to lie on the bed, belly up and get a good rub. Rubbing his chest is an easy way to put our little king to sleep."

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"This is my dog Zeke just before he turned one year old. He is a Cockinese, his father being a purebred Cocker Spaniel, and mother being a purebred Pekingese. Zeke is a very good dog, his temperament is wonderful. He may be small but he would make a good guard dog. Outside on the leash he barks at somebody close to the house but stops when he is told it’s enough. He loves to play with toys, fetch, tug-of-war, but he will also jump on your lap and sit, or cuddle up next to you and sleep. Zeke plays in the yard every day and gets taken on at least five walks. The only problem we have had is that he loves to chew on things but he has progressed a lot and he knows that his toys are what are to be chewed on. Having added him to a household with two cats who aren't used to him, they have gotten along fairly well. Zeke knows to leave the oldest cat alone, but the younger cat who is about 2 years old loves to play with Zeke and I even find them snuggling at times. He knows how to sit, lie down, shake, high five, and speak. Since it is summertime I've noticed that Zeke is very amused by ice cubes. He loves to slide around and chase them until they melt. Zeke, being the first dog added to the family, has been the greatest. My dad was iffy about the idea but has grown to love him. I'm a teenager and my life can be busy but I'm an animal lover and have wanted a dog since I can remember, and I don't think I could ask for a better one."

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Chip, the adult Cockinese (Cocker / Peke hybrid) at 5 years old

Chip the adult Cockinese (Cocker / Peke hybrid) at 5 years old

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Cockineses (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrids)

Cockineses (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrids) King at 6 months and Gizmo at 2 months—both are sable and white partis. Photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

Cockinese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel hybrid)

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrid) Taz, a blue merle and white parti male at 2 months—this pup has one blue eye. Photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

Very young Merle Cockinese puppy

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrid) Taz, as a very young puppy, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

Cockanese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrid) puppy at 7 weeks old, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

 

Cockanese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrid) puppy at 6 weeks, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

Cockanese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel hybrid) puppy at 7 weeks old, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

Cockanese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy at 6 weeks, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

 

Cockanese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy

Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy at 6 weeks, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

 

Cockinese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel hybrid)

Ozzy, a black male Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy at 2 months, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

 

Cockanese (Pekingese/Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy

Ozzy, a black male Cockinese (Pekingese / Cocker Spaniel) mix puppy at 6 weeks, photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

   
   

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel and Pekingese) puppy at 8 weeks old

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel / Pekingese) puppy at 8 weeks old

 

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel and Pekingese) puppy at 8 weeks old

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel / Pekingese) puppy at 8 weeks old

 

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel and Pekingese) puppy at 12 weeks old

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel / Pekingese) puppy at 12 weeks old

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel and Pekingese) puppy at 12 weeks old

Cockinese (Cocker Spaniel / Pekingese) puppy at 12 weeks old—"I am seeing her legs get pretty long in relation to her body mass."

 

     

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