English Springer Spaniel

Springer Spaniel

Born in England, this former Norfolk Spaniel is now the full-fledged English Springer Spaniel. Whether he is used for hunting, family life or show, this magnificent specimen makes the happiness of many owners. His friendliness and joy of life are very communicative, and bring happiness to the family he particularly loves. He is a nice and beautiful dog to discover.

Height 46 to 56 cm
Weight 18 to 22 kg
Life expectancy 12 to 14 years
Home country United Kingdom (UK)

Quick Overview of the English Springer Spaniel

Temperament

  • Friendly and affectionate
  • Lively and cheerful
  • Active and lovely
  • Very sociable with everyone

Appearance

  • Harmonious silhouette
  • Well-proportioned and well-balanced
  • Joyful and lively expression
  • Fairly compact appearance

Health

  • Rarely ill
  • No particular pathology
  • Very rustic
  • Generally healthy

Temperament of the English Springer Spaniel

The English Springer Spaniel is friendly, affectionate, lively, cheerful, active and very sweet. He is an excellent hunting dog, appreciated by all the followers of this sport, but he is also a companion dog with many qualities.

Some specimens are strictly show dogs.

He is very sociable, and has no problem with children. He loves everyone, even other animals. He enjoys exercise and outdoor games.

He must be well educated because he is rather independent by nature.

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Breed Appearance

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This medium-sized dog has a fairly compact body. The English Springer Spaniel's body is harmonious, well proportioned and balanced, leaving an impression of cheerfulness and lightness.

His cheerful, lively and active expression is a beautiful characteristic of the breed.

Height

Between 48 and 56 cm (18.90 to 22.05 inches) for the male
Between 46 and 51 cm (18.11 to 20.08 inches) for the female

Weight

Between 18 and 22 kg (39.68 to 48.50 pounds) for the male
Between 18 and 22 kg (39.68 to 48.50 pounds) for the female

Color

His dress has the same colors as the Spaniels. White and black, white and liver, or these colors with tan patches, which are among the most popular.

Hair

His hair is smooth, thick and adherent, and is very weather resistant.

Morphology

His head is quite wide and has a well marked stop. His almond-shaped eyes are hazelnut, and are medium size, with a very soft expression.

His lobe shaped ears adhere very well to the head. They are broad and of good length. His well developed nose is in harmony with his coat. His tail, well feathered and very lively, is set low and should not be carried over the back.

According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 8, section 2 and is #125

Price and monthly budget

Price you can expect to pay for a English Springer Spaniel puppy: between 600 € / $ 723 / £0 and 900 € / $ 1085 / £0
These prices are indicative and may vary from breeder to breeder

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Tips About this breed

The English Springer Spaniel is a wonderful hunting dog, one of the oldest in Great Britain.

Robust and very rustic, he is excellent for retrieving game. Hunters greatly appreciate his talent.

He's in great need of exercise, and the city isn't quite right for him.

The large spaces suit him perfectly. He loves the countryside, where he can run as he pleases, and enjoy the fields to spend all his energy.

Wonderful hunter, he is also an excellent family dog. He is very easy to train, but his education will have to be firm, because he is a little bit resistant to orders.

A firm but gentle hand will be perfect for this dog who loves the outdoors, exercise and his owners above all.

He can live outside, but contact with his family must be constant. He must be able to go inside very often because human company is essential to him.

Health of the English Springer Spaniel

This robust dog is rarely sick. No particular pathology affects the breed.

This very hardy specimen generally enjoys excellent health and a long lifespan.

GROOMING

His dress needs to be brushed at least twice a week. His large, drooping ears require regular checking.

No other special care is required unless he is a show dog. Grooming will then be more specific, otherwise brushing and checking the ears will suffice.

History of this breed

Considered to be the ancestor of the Spaniels, except for the Clumber Spaniel, the English Springer Spaniel was used at the time to retrieve game for netting, greyhound and falcon.

His former name was "Norfolk Spaniel", but it was in 1990 that he received his current name of English Springer Spaniel.

Previously, Springers and Cockers were part of the same breed. They were differentiated only by size.

In 1902, the English Springer Spaniel was recognized as a breed in his own right. He was recognized by the Spaniel Club of England, and later by the English Kennel Club.

In 1910, the American Kennel Club received him in turn. His country of origin would be Great Britain.

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