English Springer Spaniel Breed Information
Other Common Names:
The English Springer Spaniel has a compact body, upstanding and with proud carriage. It has a docked tail. Its build suggests a combination of endurance, strength and agility. Very eager to please, the English Springer Spaniel makes a good family pet and working dog. Very affectionate, this dog breed loves everyone.
Affectionate,friendly, eager to please, quick to learn and willing to obey...
Country of Origin:
The English Springer Spaniel originated in England.
Male English Springer Spaniels range from 19 inches to 21 inches. Female English Springer Spaniels range from 18 inches to 20 inches.
Male English Springer Spaniels range from 45 to 55 pounds. Female English Springer Spaniels range from 40-50 pounds.
English Springer Spaniels are usually black, blue or liver and white.
English Springer Spaniels have straight or partly wavy coats that are water resistant. Regular grooming is essential to keep the coat neat and clean.
The English Springer Spaniel is energetic and friendly. An intelligent dog breed, they are easy to train.
The English Springer Spaniel is susceptible to epilepsy, ear infections and eye abnormalities.
The expected life span of the English Springer Spaniel is 10-14 years.
English Springer Spaniels are energetic dogs who need daily exercise. This dog breed will do best in a house with a fenced yard.
The English Springer Spaniel is in the Sporting group.
English Springer Spaniel
with our Free Breeder search!
Or Choose a Link Below
Find English Springer Spaniel Puppies with our Free Breeder search!
HEALTHDog fighting used to be a sport meant to entertain police officers and firefighters, and was advertised in police gazettes. Now that numerous laws have been passed that make dog fighting illegal, the sport has simply gone underground.
DOG HEALTH Many new puppies are adopted throughout the year, especially around Holiday time. One responsibility most first time dog owners forget to take into account is the amount of veterinary care that is necessary in keeping your puppy happy and healthy! Learn the basics of finding a vet and getting puppy vaccinated.
DOG HEALTHThere are many benefits to spaying and neutering, but there are also more than a few risks. We want to give you often overlooked information you need to make a full and informed choice.
ADOPTION Are you intimidated by the prospect of "rescuing" a dog from a shelter? One reason that you may be wary of adopting a dog from a shelter is not knowing how to choose. Adopting a dog from a shelter can be a rewarding process, if you're prepared to do a reasonable amount of research.
DOG HEALTH As we get older, most of us probably have at least one prescription medication we take regularly, and for many, some form of pain reliever is a daily necessity. We might think that these same medications can help out our dogs as they get older, but their systems react to these chemical compounds in ways much different than ours.
DOG HEALTH Bringing home a new puppy is so exciting, but it doesn’t take all that long for your exuberant puppy to grow into a senior dog who may have special needs. Here are the doggies.com top ten tips for taking care of your companion who has been with you through so much.
DOG FUN Whether you like to go out on your pontoon, a fishing boat, or even a canoe, life on a boat can be even better if you bring your dog along. Here’s the doggies.com guide to dogs on boats. (A little different than Snakes on a Plane.)
DOG FUN There 's no doubt about it, taking your dog to the dog park involves a certain amount of good manners. Here's our guide to "keeping your nose clean" while your dog hangs out with his or her friends.