English Springer Spaniel breed of dog was developed as a gun dog to
spring or flush out game from fields. This breed makes a popular
companion. The dogs are not only versatile and immensely athletic,
but it also scores high marks in tracking and hunt tests. This canine
is obedient and makes an excellent companion for camping and hiking.
Springer Spaniels are medium-sized animals with a gentle expression.
They have drop ears. A dense and medium length coat adorn their
compact body. The body hair is longer on the animal's ears, belly,
chest, and legs. They wag their tails when happy. The body is longer
than how much tall they are but not much. This is as they are bred
for hunting and a longer dog will tire quickly.
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English Springer Spaniel is a lively and beautiful dog. This breed
makes for wonderful family companions if you give them the exercise
and training they need. The dogs are smart and enthusiastic. They
want to make their owners happy and have an endearing sense of humor.
Springer Spaniels gel well with children if they are acquainted with
humans from puppyhood. They get well with other household pets. The
only exception is birds as the dogs view them as prey. Remember they
are bred to do exactly so.
English Spaniel Springer is a hunting dog, you must give your dog
ample amounts of exercise. It is important to leash them when you
place them in unfenced areas as they can go hunting on their own.
Many owners who do not hunt but have Springer Spaniels make their
canines participate in various activities like agility and obedience
competitions. Other than superlative trackers, these dogs make
excellent therapy dogs, suitable for people who spend their time in
nursing homes and hospitals.
adopt Springer Spaniels if you want a guard dog. Although they will
bark when they see a stranger, their gentle and loving nature will
make them crave attention from complete strangers. This dog breed is
people-oriented and not a one-person canine. You should not leave the
Springer Spaniel alone in the house for a more extended period of
time. Isolation is not suitable for the mental health of such a breed
finally decide to take a Springer Spaniel home, remember this breed
hates to be alone and could become nuisance barkers in-case, they
find themselves isolated. Although these dogs are of even
temperament, there are several recent reports where dogs of this
breed are reputed to be too aggressive or too submissive. This, of
course, depends on the owner. Do not be such kind of owner who would
hurt a dog.