English or American?

Marissajeanette

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I’ve always owned Pit Bulls and never thought I would end up with a “smaller” breed. I want to further my education on Onyx and I cannot quote tell if his considered English or American. I also don’t know if one or the other has certain characteristics I should be aware of

any input is highly appreciated 😊

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he’s a bit hard to photograph as he is constantly moving
 

manuel

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I can’t tell. It looks like he’s mixed. I’m looking at that long coat on his legs.
 

Polly

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Onyx is a beautiful boy. I believe he is a field bred American cocker. He is a Tri. Unless I'm mistaken, he will have a lower maintenance coat which is a blessing! He reminds me of one of my boys who left me in 2008, his name was Patrick and he was American Cocker and Springer Spaniel
 

Marissajeanette

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Onyx is a beautiful boy. I believe he is a field bred American cocker. He is a Tri. Unless I'm mistaken, he will have a lower maintenance coat which is a blessing! He reminds me of one of my boys who left me in 2008, his name was Patrick and he was American Cocker and Springer Spaniel
Thank you for the insight!!
And the good about his coat lol.
Im sorry you lost Patrick...💔
 
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