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Field Spaniel Dog Breed
The Field Spaniel is one dog
breed that actually shares much of its early history with a similar
breed called the English Cocker Spaniel. Initially, the only difference
between these two dogs was their size. The Field Spaniel was a bit
larger due to its blood connection with Land Spaniels that weighed as
much as 25 pounds heavier. These larger Spaniels were made up of the
Sussex, Cocker, and English Water Spaniels.
Fortunately, breeders started
to cross the Field Spaniel with English Springer Spaniels in order to
re-create the original breed. They were successful. Today's modern
Field Spaniel is not only a wonderful looking dog from the old days,
they also regained their hunting abilities.
Although the Field Spaniel
was introduced to the United States sometime during the latter part of
the 1800s, there were no champion dogs from this breed between the
years 1916 and 1966. In fact, there were almost no Field Spaniels to be
found in America during this time. However, during the late 1960s, this
dog started to become more popular but is still considered one of the
rarest breeds in existence today.
Personality: With high energy levels and equal amounts of playfulness, the Field Spaniel is one of the most friendly breed of dogs that a family can have and are noted as being extremely friendly towards and other pets. They are easy to train and can be excellent watchdogs. Always willing to please, and enjoy having a job to do, a Field Spaniel would make any home a peaceful one.
Taking Care Of Your Field
Spaniel: Although Field Spaniels are fairly active dogs and enjoy
running around as much as possible, you can satisfy its energy
requirements with a couple of brisk walks during the day. Most happy
when sleeping inside with its family, Field Spaniels should also have
plenty of time to roam free in a fenced-in yard. Grooming will take
solid brushing at least twice per week and the hair of the ears and
footpaths should be trimmed up every few months.
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