Developed primarily as a gun dog, the dog specializes in flushing and springing its prey. The English Springer Spaniel is a great dog known for its agility, versatility and good tracking ability.
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This dog breed is obedient which makes it a dog you won’t have a problem hanging out with. Among this breed are the show dogs and the field dogs. The field dogs have fit appearances making them look more dangerous than the ones used for the show.
Some characteristics of the show dogs are droopier ears, dewlaps and dangling flews. They are more heavily boned than the more agile field bred
The English Springer Spaniel was originally bred as a hunting dog. Specifically, they were used to “flush” or “spring” game, which means they would chase birds into flight so that hunters could spot them. English Springer Spaniels were also trained to retrieve game.
This breed is a very alert, happy, and focused breed that is known for its warm and loving personality. They have upbeat personalities and a warm and approachable demeanor. This breed makes a fantastic family pet and has remained very popular as such for generations. They have won the hearts of many families over the years thanks to their amazing qualities.
The English Springer Spaniel does best with a warm bath every four to six weeks. Daily brushing of its coat will help make this pup shine and feel his best as well as prevent matting. Routine nail clipping is also very important and should not be forgotten.
English Springer Spaniels are active dogs and do need ample amounts of energy to feel their best. The correct ratio of meat-based protein and micronutrients, as well as healthy carbs and fats, will keep this breed healthy. Many of this breed’s owners recommend feeding this dog two meals a day, spaced about twelve hours apart. It is also very important to remember to provide your dog with proper dental care. It is suggested that his teeth get cleaned a minimum of three times a week. Failing to keep his teeth clean can contribute to health issues.
The English Springer Spaniels stands between nineteen and twenty inches tall.
This breed weighs between forty to fifty pounds.
The average life expectancy for this breed is between twelve and fourteen years.
Fact: English Springer Spaniels and Cocker Spaniels used to be the same breed.
Fact: This breed enjoys outdoor activity time with family and loves to explore.
Fact: This breed trains with ease and makes a great family pet.
Yes, however, it is recommended to have the process gotten over with when they are between the ages of four and nine months’ old.
Yes, the Springer Spaniel is a very hairy species, having two coats of hair that can make the to be a big deal to groom
The Breed is an easy-going species and relates well with children. however, children should be taught the appropriate ways to interact with dogs to avoid provocation.
Yes, the Spaniel springer is extrovert and very friendly. It becomes easily friendly with other animals. However, it is important to grow your pets together from a tender age for a better relationship among them
Getting a puppy English Springer Spaniel can cost as much as $1000 to $3000. Prices vary. Please contact us for availability and cost.
No, the Springer Spaniels don’t drool
The English Springer Spaniel Is expected to live between the ages of 12 to 14 years.
Yes, the dog breed is willing to give anybody a try at friendship. The dog’s friendliness seems not to have a boundary
Generally speaking, the Springer Spaniels are not likely to become overweight, however, they should be fed moderately to keep a favorable balance of the body.
The breed is susceptible to any bacterial and viral infections, also Elbow dysplasia and otitis externa which are the only major health challenges the breed can face.
An epitome of beauty and strength, the English Springer Spaniel is friendly, energetic and adorable. It is very protective of its owners and is a good family and hunting dog breed.
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