Field Spaniel dog breed - photos and description
Pictures of the breed
The main features of the breed
|Care:||Need regular care|
|Need for activity:||Need a lot of physical activity|
|Tolerance of loneliness:||Relatively independent|
|Type of wool:||Medium|
|Friendly to strangers:||Fairly friendly|
|Learnability:||Very easy to learn|
|Tendency to bark:||Almost don't bark, quiet ones|
The Field Spaniel is a breed of hunting dog that was bred in Great Britain in the 19th century to hunt game and rabbits. These dogs have a long, flexible body, short legs and large ears that help them hear the slightest sounds in the forest. They have a good sense of smell and can work both alone and in a group.
Field spaniels can be divided into several types:
– The Field Spaniel Setter is a dog that is used to hunt duck and goose. It has a long body, long legs and long ears.
– The Griffon Field Spaniel is a small dog that is used to hunt rabbits. She has a short coat and small ears, which makes her faster and more agile.
All Field Spaniels are very active and energetic, they love to play and run outdoors. They are also very friendly and easy to train, making them ideal family dogs.