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Field Spaniel General Appearance

The Field Spaniel is a sturdier, larger breed than its cousin, the Cocker Spaniel. This breed is a medium-sized dog, weighing 35 to 50 pounds and standing 16 to 18 inches tall. They have almond-shaped eyes, long, feathery ears, a long, lean muzzle, a muscular build, and a tail that can be docked or left natural.

Field Spaniels have a distinctive glossy coat that's flat or slightly wavy; they also have a moderate amount of feathering at the legs, chest, and ears. The Field Spaniel's coat color can be solid black, liver, golden liver, or a combination of these colors.

Field Spaniel Temperament

Although the Field Spaniel was bred for hunting, they're mainly family pets and show dogs today. Field Spaniels love being busy and spending time with their humans, so they make great companions for active families with children. Field Spaniels aren't shy or aggressive, and they respond quickly to positive training methods. They might be reserved with strangers, but they quickly warm up to new people.

Field Spaniel Fun Fact

The Field Spaniel is a rare breed, even in the UK — its place of origin. In fact, the Field Spaniel has the least amount of registrations compared to other spaniel breeds, like the Sussex Spaniel, Spring Spaniel, and English Cocker Spaniel.

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