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2015 - 2016 Cockers in Numbers

Stud Books Data Comparison

© Jean A. Delisle


An excellent source for accurate information is the AKC Stud Books. While "Modern" Stud Books no longer record all registered cockers, they document the first time any registered dog (male or female) is used to breed a registered litter of purebred dogs.

It is an indication of the future of the breed. It is a clue as to the number of dogs being born.

2015


Cockers-Worldwide Pedigree Database
Source = AKC

For 2015, on average 83 new dogs appear in the monthly Stud Books for a total of 998 cockers in all of the Stud Books for 2015.

A lot of them are from recognized breeders, some are coming from distant countries and some are coming from less popular breeders with hardly any Champions for the first 4 or 5 generations. The highest month was August 2015 with 100 dogs and the lowest was 64 dogs in December 2015.

For 2015
· 33% of all cockers appearing in the Stud Books are under 2 years old.
· 6% or a total of 59 cockers are merle (SZ registration)
· 19% of all cockers in the Stud Books have either their sire or dam as Champion.


2016


Cockers-Worldwide Pedigree Database
Source = AKC

For 2016, there is on average 89 new dogs in the Stud Book every month. 1,062 for 2016 a gain of 64 cockers from 2015.

The highest month was August 2016 with 109 dogs and the lowest was 58 dogs in February 2016.

For 2016
· 31% of all cockers appearing in the Stud Books are under 2 years old
· 7% or a total of 70 cockers are merle (SZ registration)
· 32% of all cockers in the Stud Books have either their sire or dam as Champion.


2000-2016 Nationals (with location)


Cockers-Worldwide Pedigree Database
Source = AKC


Cockers-Worldwide Pedigree DatabaseJean Delisle is a Canadian Kennel Club Sporting Group judge. Member of the American Spaniel Club Archival Work Group. Maintain and update the Cockers-Worldwide Pedigree website. He bred American Cocker Spaniels under the prefix Kebec's with Pierre Talbot since the early 1980s.

Acknowledgments.
American Kennel Club Statistics



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