Cooper needs to have a calm, similar temperament dog companion to keep him company when you leave him. Like most Cocker Spaniels, he doesn't do well with little kids.*** We suggest knowing the breed. Meet Cooper our very handsome 2 year old (approximately) Cocker Spaniel. He came to us a stray, so we don't know his history, but his foster parents told us that he's a very friendly, happy guy. He likes to go on long walks or hikes and he's happy to meet new people and new dogs to play with, make friends and Cooper loves to go for car rides. But his favorite thing to do is hangout with his people at home, lounging in the nearest sunbeam. Cooper is up to date on his vaccinations, neutered and house trained. A few things to know about Cooper is, 1) he is very food aggressive, so he will have to be fed away from other dogs - always, 2) Currently he's suffering some separation anxiety. His great foster parents are working with him to hopefully overcome this issue, 3) he won't use a kennel or crate. Nothing horrible on this list, just things that are important when looking for the perfect fit for Cooper and his new family. If you're interested in Cooper you can email and we'll email you our adoption application or you can check him out on our website, and download our application from there. We're asking for a $350 donation for his adoption.