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English Springer Spaniel: Training, Temperament, Exercise, Grooming, Health (Springer Spaniel, Springer)
Group: AKC Sporting Dog and KCGB Gun Dog
Also Known As: Springer Spaniel
Ranking: 26 in AKC, 3 in KCGB
About English Springer Spaniel
Country of Origin, History of English Springer Spaniels
The English Springer Spaniel originated in England. It is the original English hunting spaniel. They became popular
in America in the early 1700 as a hunting,
tracking and retrieving dog. The Springer
Spaniel was called ‘Springing Spaniel’
for the method it uses to flush game - they
spring forward to drive birds out of hiding.
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A General Appearance of the Dog
The English Springer Spaniel
is a friendly medium sized, compact dog.
It is a sturdy-looking dog whose back is
about as long as he is tall. The length
of the head is about the same as the length
of the neck. The tail is usually docked
and the ears are long pendant type.
Their hazel or brown eyes generally
have a kind, happy expression and their tail is
almost always wagging happily.
Springer Spaniels come in liver
and white, black and white, blue or liver roan,
any of which may have tan markings as well. The
field version often has more white than the show
or bench bred stock.
English Springer Spaniels have
an outer coat and an under coat. The outer coat
is medium length and can be flat or wavy. The dense
under coat is short and soft. The dual coats are
weatherproof, waterproof, and resist thorns. The
ears, legs and chest have moderate feathering.
18 to 21 inches, ideally 20 inches
for males and 19 inches for females
40 to 55 lbs
A 19” dog should weigh about
40 pounds and a 20” dog should weigh about
Temperament of the Dog
The Springer Spaniel has a gently,
happy enthusiastic personality. They are devoted
to their owners and will usually bark to alert their
family of an approaching stranger. Springer’s
do best when they with people as much as possible.
If lift alone too long they will often get into
trouble. Springer Spaniels love water and will often
get themselves wet and muddy. They get along well
with other pets, except birds, and have been known
to become argumentative with same sex dogs.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
English Springer Spaniels are
active energetic dogs. They do best with a good-sized
well fenced yard. Springer Spaniels will do OK in
an apartment but need sufficient daily exercise,
long walks and off lead play time. They are often
Are they suited to homes
Springer Spaniels love everyone
and are very good with children they love to spend
time with people.
How active is the Breed?
English Springer Spaniels are
a very active breed. They require daily exercise,
long walks and off lead play time. Springer Spaniels
do best with a large-sized fenced yard.
The Springer Spaniel is a very
active dog and needs lots of exercise to be happy.
They will enjoy all the exercise you can give them.
They should have long daily walks and time to play
off lead. They love to swim and retrieve.
A Springer’s coat will need
brushing about twice per week to deter matting,
especially around their ears and feet. Their ears
also need regular checking for signs of infection
and the hair should be kept shaved on the under
side of the ear to help prevent infection. The hair
on the feet should be kept trimmed to prevent picking
up burrs or branches.
The English Springer Spaniel is
an average shedder.
English Springer Spaniels tend
to gain weight easily, so do not over feed and keep
the exercise up. Some lines are prone to hip dysplasia,
eye problems (PRA), the blood disorder PFK and epilepsy.
Breeding the Dog and any
Canine PFK Deficiency is a genetic
disease that affects some English Springer Spaniels.
Carriers of the defective gene can be easily identified
by a DNA test. Before breeding, Springers should
have this test. Dogs that are found to be carriers
of the gene should not be used for breeding.
Average Litter size is 5
12 to 14 years
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National Breed Clubs
British – English Springer
Spaniel Club - www.englishspringer.org
US – English Springer Spaniel Field Trial
Association – www.essfta.org
Other Recognition –
CKC, FCI, AKC, UKC, KCGB, CKC,
ANKC, NKC, NZKC, CCR, APRI, ACR
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