Cockers

about us

EBS Cockers came to fruition in 2005 with the acquirement of our first Cocker Spaniel, Terje’s Marcia Marcia Marcia.  “Marcia” was a true ambassador for the breed and taught us what every Cocker Spaniel should be.  At 13.5 years of age, Marcia had not been to a Veterinarian, (other than for regular checkups) since her very first vaccinations as a young puppy.  The epitome of a healthy Cocker, Marcia still acted like a puppy and was the resident nanny for all of our litters.  She was the foundation to EBS Cockers and her importance cannot be understated.  She gave us one puppy, CH EBS I'm Kind of a Big Deal, "Cindy," who has already produced 4 Champions with more in the ring.  We lost Marcia this year, around 14 years of age, and though our hearts may never fully heal, her legacy lives on in her daughter, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.  We will always use her as our standard for a true, merry Cocker temperament.  

Our show career began in 2007 with the addition of CH Dal-Mar’s Moment with Buddha All Covered in Hair.  “Evie” became our first Champion and finished in style winning BOV’s from the puppy classes as well as Specialty wins.  Evie is known as The Queen of EBS Cockers and she has gone on to give us Champion daughters and granddaughters.  She was also best friend to Marcia, and wherever you find one you would find the other.

All of our Cockers are certified annually to be clear of inherited eye diseases, as well as certification through The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals.  We only breed a litter when we are hoping to keep a puppy or puppies for ourselves.  Each litter born at EBS is carefully planned with health, temperament, and correct breed type at the forefront of our minds.


We focus on breeding ASCOBS/Buffs (Any Solid Color other Than Blacks), Blacks, and Black & Tans. 

Thank you for visiting our website and as always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to shoot us a message.

 

 

 

 

All of our puppies are sold on AKC Limited registration and are required to be spayed/neutered at the appropriate age.  Serious inquiries always welcome.