Texturizing mist and Maxi Care are still in Production

Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel 

COAT-On the head, the hair is short and fine; on the body, it is of medium length, with enough undercoating to give protection. The ears, chest, abdomen and legs are well feathered, but not so excessively as to hide the Cocker Spaniel's true lines and movement or affect his appearance and function as a moderately coated sporting dog. The texture is most important. The coat is silky, flat or slightly wavy and of a texture which permits easy care.

CHARACTER Above all, the cocker must be free and merry. He is energetic, readily trainable, intelligent, affectionate and, as their constantly wagging tails tell us – quite merry.



MOISTURE PLUS - Conditioner

 Problem Solution 
Detangling/Dematting Apply full strength Moisture Plus liberally to the mat. Wait 15 minutes. Pull mat gently apart with fingers or comb.
Greasy Coat Use Cleansing Shampoo instead of Moisturizing Shampoo.
Coat lacks body Use Texturizing Shampoo instead of Moisturizing Shampoo
Dingy White Coat Use Cleansing Shampoo on the first lather, wait 5 minutes then rinse. Lather with Moisturizing Shampoo and rinse.
Urine Stains Use a small amount of Cleansing Shampoo full strength, wait 5 minutes and rinse
Flyaway Hair Make an anti-static spray with 2 Tablespoons Moisture Plus in 1-pint water
Thin leg furnishings/feathers Spray diluted Texturizing Mist into a damp coat and fluff dry with a blow dryer.