They may appear floppy-eared and innocent, but English Cocker Spaniels tend to be more hostile than other breeds. Spanish researchers analysed cases of canine aggression brought to a veterinary teaching hospital from 1998 to 2006. Most cases were attributed to English Cocker Spaniels, Rottweilers, Boxers, Yorkshire Terriers and German Shepherds. English Cocker Spaniels were more likely than other dogs to act aggressively toward their owners as well as unfamiliar people. In contrast, dogs with reported behaviour problems from other breeds tended to act aggressively toward other dogs. Among the English Cocker Spaniels, golden varieties and males were found to be the most hostile. The coat pigment melanin shares a common biochemical pathway with brain chemicals involved in the control of aggressive behaviour. Earlier studies on English Cocker Spaniels found that 40 per cent of dominance aggression in dogs is associated with a lack of authority on the part of owners.
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