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Essentially a larger version of the Cocker Spaniel, the English Springer Spaniel is named for the way they flush out and springs on whatever they are tracking. During the early 18th century, this breed was considered the perfect partner to go out on a hunt with. Every other English hunting spaniel is derived from the English Springer. In 1902 the English Springer was finally recognized as a separate breed from the Cocker by the AKC.
12 - 14 years
19-21 inches tall
18-20 inches tall
5 - 7 puppies
English Springer Spaniels are fantastic family dogs, making great companions for children. These dogs are smart, obedient, and very quick learners. Being a fowl hunting dog, they do not play well with birds, but other pets are no problem. The English Springer is almost perpetually in a good mood and whenever people are around they are right by their side. Also, these dogs love to swim and will never miss a chance to get muddy. .
The English Springer Spaniel comes in a variety of colors, from liver and white, black and white, liver and white with tan markings, black and white with tan markings, blue, or liver roan. Also, the white bits of their coat can be freckled.
The average lifespan of the English Springer Spaniel is over 12-14 years. Some of the common disorders noted in this breed include:
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The English Springer Spaniel is a dense, medium sized dog. They have long, droopy ears and deep, soulful eyes. The coat can be flat, wavy, or fluffy and is generally medium in length. Their tail is typically docked, even though many places won’t allow it.