Wednesday, December 12, 2018

English Springer Spaniel

English Springer Spaniel Breed Description

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Appearance: Medium-length, straight water-resistant outercoat. Short, soft dense undercoat. Moderate feathering. Black and white, liver and white, tricolour (liver or black and white with tan), blue or liver roan.

Photo courtesy of Nanjay Perm. Reg'd

History

Early spaniels were named according to their size and the jobs they did. The smallest were Cocker Spaniels, mid-sized were Field Spaniels, and the largest were Springer Spaniels. All three sizes could be born in the same litters, and sometimes dogs would change types as they outgrew their old standards. This proved confusing at times, and in the late 1800s the three types were separated and interbreeding banned. The English Springer Spaniel was officially named a breed in 1902. Breeders brought it to North America in 1907, where it faced difficult competition with pre-existing pointers and setters. Interest in the breed increased in 1922 when the English Springer Spaniel Field Trial Association was founded. Over time, a division between field-bred and show-bred lines developed; stronger working instincts and more white coverage are typical of working lines.

Personality

Thanks to their similar heritage, the English Springer Spaniel is much like the English Cocker Spaniel in personality. He is happy and easy-going, a quick learner, and deeply bonded to his family. He loves to swim and play, and is sure to end up wet if a pond or puddle can be found. With regular exercise, the Springer is ready to relax at home, enjoying a comfy snooze on his bed. Because of his deep family bond, the English Springer Spaniel does not like to be left alone at home.

English Springer Spaniel Breeders:


Roman Kennels

Ontario
English Springer Spaniels (European blood lines, field and show style). 30 years of breeding, training and showing experience. Breeding healthy, intelligent dogs, willing to please, with all potential to become great family or hunting companion. Focusing on comeback of ‘’roan color gene’’, including liver roan and blue roan coat coloring. You are always welcome to contact us with your questions about these beautiful breed. (See our advertisement in the Breeder Spotlight.)

Phone: (905) 778-3647 (DOGS); (416) 917-5293
Website: www.romansaly.com
Email: romansaly@gmail.com


Ruskate Reg’d

Ontario
English Springer Spaniels – Since 1989 – Temperament-Plus,Show/Companion Quality puppies – With Classic Springer Style – Written Guarantee – Black and white, and liver and white raised with lots of TLC on fresh country sunshine. Like us on Facebook. 8667 10th Line Essa Township, RR#2, Barrie, Ontario, L4M 4S4 ; Visit us on our Facebook Page

Phone: Bonnie Bristow (705) 733-5768
Website: ruskate-kennels.com
Email: bonniebristow@sympatico.ca


Nanjay Perm Reg’d

Ontario
Since 1976… Where quality extends beyond the show ring… A small, select kennel celebrating over 40 years with this wonderful breed. Thoughtfully breeding English Springer Spaniels for temperament, soundness, quality and dependability. All breeding stock eyes, hearts, thyroids, patellas, elbows and hips certified OFA normal by board-certified specialists. All adults and puppies PRA-DNA tested. Sweet, socialized puppies are raised in a family home (underfoot and over-loved) and are occasionally available for the discriminating buyer. Written guarantees. Reservations suggested. Multiple recipient of Pedigree/CKC Top Breeder Award. 4255 Castlemore Road Brampton, Ontario L6P 0X1.

Phone: Nanci J Footitt (905) 794-1022
Website: www.nanjay.com
Email: nan@nanjay.com