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The Golden Cocker Retriever is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Golden Retriever 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 = Golden Cocker Retriever
Designer Dogs Kennel Club = Golden Cocker Retriever
International Designer Canine Registry® = American Cocker Spaniel x Golden Retriever = Golden Cocker Retriever
International Designer Canine Registry® = English Cocker Spaniel x Golden Retriever = English Comfort Golden

Cocker Spaniel / Golden Retriever hybrid (Golden Cocker Retriever) "Zoe is a 7-year-old Cocker Spaniel / Golden Retriever hybrid. She is a very loving and still very playful dog. She is very smart! She can sit, shake, lie down, roll over and beg. Zoe loves to play fetch! She is great with all people and kids, no matter how big or small. She loves other animals. She has been the best dog I have ever had! She is about 17" tall and 22" from neck to tail. She weighs about 40 pounds now that she has been spayed. Before she was spayed, she weighed about 33 pounds. She is beautiful!"

 
 

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ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
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"This is Cookie at 7 months old. She loves to go fishing and swimming. When I put her out in her run to play she will call me when she's ready to come in by saying 'mama.' She likes to fetch her ball and wubba but hates the Frisbee."

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Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever as a puppy at 4 months old.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever, which her breeder calls a "Dakota Sport Retriever," as a puppy at 4 months old—she is 50% Golden Retriever, 25% American Cocker and 25% English Cocker. "Callie is a light gold second generation Golden Cocker Retriever—meaning both her parents were already a mixture of a Cocker Spaniel and a Golden Retriever. She does have some English Cocker Spaniel in her too. She is a very sweet, smart, playful puppy. She is an excellent playmate with my 2½-year-old daughter and my older daughters love her, too. She loves to carry around sticks when she is playing outside and enjoys going on a walk. She is content to sleep in her indoor doggy kennel-bed at night. She went for her first ½-hour jog the other day and did wonderfully. I couldn't imagine a better family pet!" Bred by Dakota Winds Ranch

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever as a puppy at 10 weeks old.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever, which her breeder calls a "Dakota Sport Retriever," as a puppy at 10 weeks old—she is 50%Golden Retriever, 25% American Cocker and 25% English Cocker. Bred by Dakota Winds Ranch.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever as a puppy at 10 weeks old.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever, which her breeder calls a "Dakota Sport Retriever," as a puppy at 10 weeks old—she is 50%Golden Retriever, 25% American Cocker and 25% English Cocker. Bred by Dakota Winds Ranch.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever as a puppy at 10 weeks old.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever, which her breeder calls a "Dakota Sport Retriever," as a puppy at 10 weeks old—she is 50%Golden Retriever, 25% American Cocker and 25% English Cocker. Bred by Dakota Winds Ranch.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever as a puppy at 10 weeks old.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever, which her breeder calls a "Dakota Sport Retriever," as a puppy at 10 weeks old—she is 50%Golden Retriever, 25% American Cocker and 25% English Cocker. Bred by Dakota Winds Ranch.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever as a puppy at 9 weeks old.

Callie the Golden Cocker Retriever, which her breeder calls a "Dakota Sport Retriever," as a puppy at 9 weeks old—she is 50%Golden Retriever, 25% American Cocker and 25% English Cocker. Bred by Dakota Winds Ranch.

   
   

Tiger, a black gold male Dakota Sport Retriever, owned by BB Acres.

Tiger, a black gold male Dakota Sport Retriever, owned by BB Acres—"Dakota Sport Retrievers are bred using 50% Golden Retriever, with the other 50% being American and English Cocker Spaniel in them; ideally 25% of each breed. However, they may have as much as 37.5% of either English or American Cocker Spaniel in them, with as little as 12.5% of the other."

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Primo, the Comfort Golden at 3 years old.

Primo the Golden Cocker Retriever at 3 years old—"Primo looks just like the purebred Golden Retriever that lives next door, just a whole lot smaller. He's got the gentle disposition of his Golden Retriever friend and the up-beatness of a Cocker Spaniel."

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Ruby & Pearl, two Comfort Goldens

Ruby and Pearl, two Golden Cocker Retrievers, photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

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Comfort Goldens
Photo courtesy of Dakota Winds Ranch

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Primo, the Comfort Golden at 3 years old.
Primo the Golden Cocker Retriever at 3 years old

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Lucky (nicknamed Goomba), the Comfort Golden at 15 years old.

Lucky (nicknamed Goomba) the Golden Cocker Retriever at 15 years old—her owner says, "She is beautiful and very healthy for her age. Her favorite food is bar-b-q and will jump off the walls until midnight!"

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Tucker is a 2nd generation Comfort Golden.

"Tucker is a 2nd generation Golden Cocker Retriever. I got Tucker from a breeder. He was the only shorthaired puppy in the litter. The breeder did not know why he came out shorthaired, so a DNA test was done. His sire was, in fact, his sire. There is no reasonable explanation why he has short hair, other than he just does! He is a great little dog and a very sweet puppy. He is very gentle, loving and sweet."

 

 

 

 

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