The Spaniels

The American Water Spaniel

For more information on this breed contact the American Water Spaniel Club www.americanwaterspanielclub.org The following information is provided from the American Kennel Club Website: Though a very rare breed, the American Water Spaniel has its own state-wide fan club as the State Dog of Wisconsin! A truly dual-purpose dog, bred for companionship and top-notch retrieval … Continue reading The American Water Spaniel

The Boykin Spaniel

For more information on this breed contact AKC at their website: www.akc.org. The following information comes from the american Kennel Club at akc.org The official State Dog of South Carolina, the Boykin Spaniel is a medium-sized, all-around hunting dog with a cheerful, energetic personality. Possessing a rich, chocolate-brown coat and charm to spare, the Boykin … Continue reading The Boykin Spaniel

The Clumber Spaniel

Playful and loving, the Clumber Spaniel fits in well with families and other animals. They enjoy daily walks, but they are not for those who want a jogging partner. Clumbers shed moderately year-round and tend to slobber and drool more than other breeds. An intelligent and independent thinker, the Clumber responds best to positive training. … Continue reading The Clumber Spaniel

The Cocker Spaniel

For more information on this breed contact the American Spaniel Club, Inc. at  www.asc-cockerspaniel.org The following information come from the American Kennel Club website. Exhibited in the US since the 1880s, the Cocker Spaniel remains one of the most popular breeds according to AKC® registration statistics. The Cocker has a sturdy, compact body and a … Continue reading The Cocker Spaniel

The English Cocker Spaniel

For more information on the breed contact: the English Cocker Spaniel Club of America, Inc. at www.ecsca.org The following information comes from the American Kennel Club site: An active sporting dog, the English Cocker Spaniel’s compact, solid body practically vibrates with energy and enthusiasm, particularly when at work in the field. Although known for its … Continue reading The English Cocker Spaniel

The Field Spaniel

For more information on this breed see the Field Spaniel Society of America at  www.fieldspaniels.org The following information is from the American Kennel club.   Known for its level-headedness and perseverance, the Field Spaniel is a medium-sized flushing spaniel, built for activity and endurance in heavy cover and water. One of the rarest spaniel breeds … Continue reading The Field Spaniel

The Irish Water Spaniel

For more information on this breed contact the Irish Water Spaniel Club of America at iwsca.webs.com. The following information comes from the American Kennel Club. The clown of the spaniel family, the Irish Water Spaniel will think of creative ways to accomplish even the slightest of tasks. Strong and intelligent, the tallest spaniel breed possesses … Continue reading The Irish Water Spaniel

The Welsh Springer Spaniel

For more information about this breed contact the Welsh Springer Spaniel Club of America, Inc. at www.wssca.com The following information is from the American Kennel Club. A compact dog built for hard work, the Welsh Springer Spaniel is a distinct breed, not a variety of the English Springer Spaniel. With his excellent nose and slightly webbed … Continue reading The Welsh Springer Spaniel

The Sussex Spaniel

For more inormation on this breed contact the Sussex Spaniel Club of America at www.sussexspaniels.org The following information comes from the American Kennel Club. Although the Sussex Spaniel originated centuries ago, the breed’s appearance has remained virtually unchanged still today. The Sussex possesses a rich golden liver coat unique to the breed, and has a long, … Continue reading The Sussex Spaniel

The Brittany

For information on this breed contact the American Brittany Club, Inc. at www.akc.org/brit The following information comes the AKC website. The Brittany is a medium-sized, leggy, dual-purpose dog, equally suited for sport and companionship. According to AKC® Registration Statistics, it has surged in popularity in the last 50 years due to its talents as both … Continue reading The Brittany

The English Springer Spaniel

For more information on this breed contact the English Springer Spaniel Field Trial Association, Inc. at www.essfta.org The following information is from the American Kennel Club. The English Springer Spaniel has been endowed with style, enthusiasm, and an “eager to please” quality common to most spaniels. He is recognized for his ability to keep going … Continue reading The English Springer Spaniel

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