Cocker Spaniel use their noses to methodically cover low areas near the handler to flush ground-dwelling birds into the air to be shot, and to use their eyes and nose to locate the bird, and to gently extricate and retrieve the bird with a soft mouth.
Although today's Cocker Spaniels are mostly used and known as family house pets, they have not lost their gundog instincts. If not given some outlet for their natural urge to flush and upland retrieve, they may tend to get into trouble by attempting to act out these behaviors indoors or in other inappropriate settings with objects that remind them of birds
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