A bit about Cisco….
He is named after “Cisco The Kid” an old American western saga with his side-kick “Pancho”. An opportunity came to me via a dear friend of his birth after my dear dawg Jackson departed after I damaged him to the point of “putting down” the week before the previous Christmas. We travelled to Newcastle to collect this beautiful tiny thing of cinnamon and black and drove him to Sydney.
He has been a total reflection of a total reflection of his owner and friends, as he is growing into a stroppy, wildfire, respectful, member of the pack… both domestic and public.
Totally long-legged for his breed, he thinks he is a larger dog with the appropriate bark and gruff! I must say that raising any dog is a challenge and this one is much the same with all the trappings. Barking at TV animal channels is dos favourite, and we cannot watch a “animal” planet program without him going crazy at the screen. When we leave him alone , we must put “Animal Planet” on the TV to entertain him while we are away…..(I’m not sure how this saves us from electricity bills, but it works). He is very independent in “dog park” situations, he tends to preserve his social up bringing and do what he wants to do and …..then… engage with other ramparts. Long in legs, he hardly represents the typical ” King Charles – Cocker Spaniel” but has everything ut the papers to prove it. He is scratching at me now for “dinars” and now he is in my lap on the computer helping me make mistakes, smelling of chocolate! What a wonderful boy, licking (at appropriate times) to reply affection, stealing warm spots in the bet in Sydney wintertime, and alerting me of diversions from my professional paths with growling and recalcitrant actions of my own. He is (like all dawgs) a true individual and is loved and admired by all socially.