UNDERSTANDING THE PROPERTIES OF THE ENGLISH COCKER SPANIEL HEAD AND EXPRESSION “MUZZLE—EQUAL IN LENGTH TO SKULL”
“... only as much narrower than the skull as is consistent with a full eye placement.”
Brow not appreciably higher than the backskull.
Stop slightly grooved.
Stop is definite, but moderate.
Skull arched and slightly flattened.
Muzzle equal in length to skull.
Lips square, not pendulous or showing prominent flews.
Ears set low, lying close to the skull.
Cleanly chiseled under the eyes.
A Well-Balanced Head with a Definite, yet Moderate Stop
Skull Too Deep, Stop Too Pronounced
Back-Skull Falls Off Too Sharply, Prominent Frontal Bone
Lacking Stop, Flat Skull with Small Eyes
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