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Q.    How big will a CM Cocker puppy get?

A.    A full grown female will be somewhere between 16 to 20 pounds. A full grown male will be be between 18 to 22 pounds. Sometimes we will have some that run a little smaller, but this is our average cocker spaniel size.
 

Q.    Are your puppies registered?

A.    Yes, ALL CM Cocker Pups are AKC (American Kennel Club) registered. We are inspected by AKC every year to make sure our dogs are well taken care of. They also check the condition of our kennel to make sure it is a clean safe environment for our dogs.  While they are here they check all of my paperwork as well. They also D.N.A. check our puppies to make sure they belong to the right male. AKC has a D.N.A. profile on all our adult males. 

I am also a State licensed dog kennel. I am inspected by the state to make sure all proper test are done, and all health records are checked. They also do a walk through of our kennel and check our dogs to make sure they are well taken care of.
 

Q.    Why are your prices higher than some puppies we find in the newspaper ads or internet?

A.     At CM Cocker Pups we do everything we can to make sure we are producing and raising healthy happy puppies. We feed all our dogs and puppies an all natural holistic food. The cost of this food is expensive but it gives your puppy a great start in life. We also use NU Vet vitamins to give them an extra boost to a healthy life. We have taken great care selecting our dogs for our breeding program. All our male dogs have champion backgrounds in their pedigrees and many of our female dogs do too. We breed to make sure they have the proper cocker spaniel look and disposition. We select dogs for our breeding program that have good temperaments which will be passed down from generation to generation.

We keep a clean, comfortable kennel for all our dogs. Our nursery is heated & air conditioned, and we have large kennels and exercise runs. We provide a nursery of special experience for folks who come to adopt a new family member. You can come into the nursery with the opportunity to see all the mommas and new babies. The area gives folks the time to interact with any and all of the babies of your choosing. This early acclimation is mostly non-existent with other breeders let alone pet stores.
 

Q.    What food do you feed and where can I buy it?

A.    We feed Life's Abundance Holistic. You will not find this at Petco or Pet Smart. We also use NU VET vitamins. Click here for more information


 

Q.    Do you ship your dogs?

A.    We would rather NOT ship our cocker puppies anywhere. We do this because we can not guarantee the puppy that leaves us will have the same disposition it did when it left. We feel it is in the best interest of our puppies NOT to ship. This early time in a puppy's life is a very formative time in behavior shaping especially by the time a puppy reaches 12 weeks of age.

If you live further than you want to drive I can meet you at the Indianapolis Airport where you can fly in and pick up your puppy. You can then bring your puppy in a puppy carry on bag and it can come with you on the plane. We have found out that once the plane is in the air most airline staff will let you take out your puppy as long as the people setting next to you agree. 

Airline fees for you and your new puppy is only a few dollars more and sometime even cheaper than shipping cost when you consider cost of the crate and paperwork.
We do charge a  fee of $50.00 to meet you at the airport.

If you feel you NEED to have a puppy shipped then we can make arrangements, please call for pricing.  Airlines are taking better care of our babies than what was once known so now we are more comfortable with flying.  Secondary carriers are excluded from handling our puppies so you will have to go to to a large airport to pick up your puppy.

 


 
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