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Group: Gun Dogs. AKC Sporting
Also Known As: Field
About Field Spaniel
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Field Spaniel was developed
in England. The dog had been developed through
a careful breeding of the English Cocker Spaniel.
However, during the last 1800s attempts by
breeders to greatly exaggerate the length
and weight of the Field Spaniel by employing
poor selection practices had almost ruined
the breed. By the 1920s the folly had been
brought to light and breeders had turned towards
modernization and adopting of superior breeding
measures. Despite this and despite the fact
that the dog is talented at tracking, hunting,
retrieving and acting as watchdog, the Field
Spaniel is today perceived as a rare dog.
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Description of the Dog
The Field Spaniel is a moderately
sized dog. It is slightly heavier and longer in
body than the Cocker. The dog has a long and silky
coat. This has a liver or black solid color. There
may be tan markings on the dog’s body. Some
may also be freckled. There may be a little bit
of white in the chest region. Legs, chest, ears,
tail and undersides of the dog are feathered abundantly.
In these regions there are all straight hairs here,
The Field Spaniel has got a regular
muzzle that is neither too wide nor too pointed.
Its nose is large and has very open nostrils. The
dog has got almond shaped eyes that are either hazel
or chestnut brown. Its neck is strong and muscular.
The dog is somewhat longer than taller. Its tail
is usually docked.
An important show dog characteristic
of the breed is that below the eyes it is lean and
thin. The Field Spaniels have moderately long, broad
and fringed ears that hang down.
Spaniel dogs have heights ranging between 17 and
Weight: The Field Spaniel dogs
weigh between 35 pounds and 55 pounds.
Temperament of the Dog
Field Spaniels figure among Spaniels
having the best personalities. Though the dog has
got an independent nature yet it behaves in a sweet
and affectionate manner. It is smart, active and
playful. The dog is especially known for its docile
The dog needs to be socialized
well when young in order to avoid excessive timidity
arising later in life. This also helps prevent the
development of aggressiveness at older age.
The dogs like to roam around. They
are good with other dogs, other pets and children.
However, if the play with children gets too rough
then the dog may become withdrawn. The dogs are
quick learners. Kind and consistent training is
what these sensitive dogs need. The dogs must never
be locked away in a kennel, as regular contact with
people is very crucial for their physical and mental
Being primarily a working field
dog the Field Spaniel needs plenty of exercise daily.
It is best if a sporty family adopts the dog as
a pet. The is most happy if it gets the opportunity
of independently running and exploring following
the interesting scents its nose gathers. However,
it can also easily adapt itself to some suitable
exercise routine set up for it by its owner. Taking
the dog out for long walks daily on a leash can
be a good way of providing sufficient exercise to
It is not advisable to keep the
Field Spaniel inside an apartment. The dog is best
provided with some outdoor shelter in a large enough
fenced yard. They need to be kept in a fenced area
because they have hunting instincts and may take
off after some interesting scent if not kept within
Like other spaniels the Field Spaniel
too requires some grooming to ensure that it keeps
a neat appearance and gets no ear infections. The
hair of the head, face, ears, throat and face of
the dog are kept trimmed. This is important to ascertain
that excess moisture is not retained thereby leading
Ordinarily a simple brushing and
combing once or twice a week suffices as regular
grooming measure for removing shed hair. However,
in case of show dogs of the breed it is important
to take the dogs to a grooming professional around
four times a year. Such people would remove dead
hair by plucking and also professionally thin out
the hair on the ears, legs and neck of the dog.
Health Issues: Prone
to hip dysplasia and ear infections.
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