** Skyline Cocker Club - Loving Cocker Spaniels Since 1949 **
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This year’s shows are dedicated to our friend, Ken Feller. His contributions to the breed will be felt for generations. His humanity will be missed daily. We were fortunate to have known him and call him our friend.

Click here for Kenneth M. FELLER - Obituary














Our next club meeting is: Monday, November 4, 2013, 7pm Olive Garden Restaurant, 1211 Butterfield Road, Downers Grove, IL 60515 (map)



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The object of the Skyline Cocker Club is to encourage and promote quality in the breeding of purebred American Cocker Spaniel and do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection; to urge members to accept the standard of the breed as approved by The American Kennel Club as the onlcocker01y standard of excellence by which American Cocker Spaniels shall be judged; and to do all in its power to protect and advance the interests of the breed by encouraging sportsmanlike competition.


We welcome all American Cocker Spaniel enthusiasts who wish to learn more about the lineage of and care for the breed that has given us all so much.

This site is more focused on the Cocker Spaniel line, but we are also open to other dogs. Feel free to share  and comment about other breeds. We have members who also compete with show-type poodle, trainers who handle labrador retriever. Every leap year, we organize a special gathering of owners and pets . The last gathering included games and grooming tips for our pets. The highlight of that event was all about taking care of our canine friends. The talk was hosted by one of our member who practices veterinary. Among the highlights includes disease that infects humans and gods alike, like gangrene in dogs, cholera, influenza, myasthenia gravis, Grave's disease and much more that seeps the life of our loved ones like a succubus. Also, they can get an RNA virus called Paramyxoviridae that causes measles, mumps, and bronchiolitis in humans. These diseases are being studied and treated by our affiliated veterinarians. If you are interested in learning on how to be an animal doctor, there are online courses that you can take. Sites like Spires.co offers such courses in veterinary and has licensed and professional primary teachers and private tutors to teach you anywhere as long as you are on the internet. Remember, they are not just pets, they are our family. Having knowledge on how to treat these diseases can help save your loved ones.

Make sure to keep your pets happy and healthy.


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