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English Springer Spaniel
Fastest Spaniel with the greatest drive
The English Springer Spaniel is a breed of gun dog that was developed in England in the 19th century. They were originally bred to flush, or spring, game birds from the brush, hence their name. English Springer Spaniels are closely related to the Welsh Springer Spaniel, which was developed in Wales around the same time.
The English Springer Spaniel is especially popular with hunters as a hunting dog because he runs fast and far. This dog is also a wonderful pet and show dog.
This dog is compactly built and is slightly longer than tall. The English Springer Spaniel has long, athletic legs built for tireless running in difficult conditions.
The Springer Spaniel has a distinctive, often calm face expression. Also hanging near to the cheekbones are the long, broad ears.
This Spaniel has an outer coat and undercoat that protects him from weather, water and thorns. The outer coat is flat or wavy medium length fur, while the undercoat is dense and soft.
Coat colors are black or liver with white, black or liver roan or black or liver and white with brown markings. A final combination is white with black or liver markings.
A fully grown English Springer Spaniel can measure 46-51cm in height and 16-20 kg in mass. The lifespan of this dog is 12 to 14 years.
The English Cocker Spaniel is a well-mannered, happy, and active dog. He is intelligent and ecstatic to please. This dog enjoys swimming and has a terrific sense of fun and adventure.
When properly socialized, this dog breed gets along nicely with kids. As a result of his affection, he makes a beautiful family dog. He gets along with both people and animals. He might attempt to hunt birds, though, as it is what he was bred to do.
This spaniel is sensitive and people-oriented. He shouldn't spend a lot of time alone,otherwise it may start engaging in undesirable habits like bothersome barking out of boredom and isolation.
Grooming and fur care
The English Springer Spaniel requires a lot of physical activity. If there is no yard, off-leash parks would be excellent so he can burn off all the accumulated energy and stamina. He's actually the perfect candidate for agility training given his level of activity.
To prevent tangling and knotting, the coat should be brushed frequently. The Springer Spaniel will moderately shed throughout the year, therefore any loose hair must be picked up to prevent it from ending up on your furniture, carpets, or upholstery. It can be essential to trim every two to three months. Every two to three months, giving it a bath might also be a good idea.
To prevent ear infections, the ears need to be examined and cleaned frequently. Get a veterinarian to take a look at it if the inside begins to smell terrible or appears irritated.
To prevent tartar and bacteria buildup, brush your English Springer Spaniel's teeth on a regular basis with a dog toothbrush and toothpaste. When the Springer Spaniel walks, the nails should not make clicking sounds. This means the dog needs to get them cut to keep them short and neat.