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English Springer Spaniel

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Weight
Male: 50; Female: 40 lbs
Height
Male: 19-21; Female 18-20 inches
Color(s)
black or liver with white, black or liver roan, or tricolored (black or liver and white with tan markings); also white with black or liver markings
Overview
This is an older breed that is considered to be the founding ancestor of modern Spaniels. The English Springer Spaniel is the largest of the Spaniel breeds. They were quite popular during the Renaissance period as they were ideal companions for the European hunter. This breed became popular in America in 1700. Currently, there are two distinct "types" of the English Springer Spaniel. Those bred for the conformation ring are referred to as "bench bred". Those that are bred for hunting and/or field trials are referred to as "field bred".
Character
The English Springer Spaniel excels not only in hunting on both land and water, but is an ideal family pet as well. They are a compact and medium sized breed, and are extremely athletic. Their expression is trusting, kind, and alert. This breed is hardy, sturdy, more quick and powerful than all other Spaniels.
Temperament
English Springer Spaniels are sociable, gregarious, and gentle. They are also courageous, highly intelligent, and sincere. They are excellent with children and love everyone. The English Springer Spaniel thrives on human interaction and must be with their family as much as possible. If they are left alone for extended periods of time they will become destructive and are prone to excessive barking. They are good with other pets, but may not tolerate same sex dogs. They are not suitable for homes with pet birds.
Care
This breed requires regular grooming with a stiff bristle brush. Bathing or dry shampooing should only be done when necessary. Their ears must be cleaned and checked on a consistent basis. It is important to keep the hair on the feet trimmed to prevent burrs or other objects from becoming imbedded. They are prone to hip dysplasia, PRA, PFK, and epilepsy. This breed tends to gain weight easily and must not be overfed. The English Springer Spaniel has recently become afflicted with a serious personality disorder called "Rage Syndrome". A rare disorder, this syndrome will cause an otherwise normal dog to go into a sudden rage and viciously attack. Should this occur, the English Springer Spaniel will not respond to any commands. This condition has been found to be a form of epilepsy and is treatable.
Coat
The English Springer Spaniel has a coat that is of moderate length. It is weather-resistant, straight, lies close to the body, and is glossy. There is feathering on the brisket, chest, ears, and legs. The coat color comes in black and white, liver and white, and there may be tan markings. English Springer Spaniels are average shedders.
Training
The English Springer Spaniel benefits from early intensive socialization and obedience. They must have firmness, fairness, praise, and consistency. This breed enjoys and excels in agility, fly-ball, tracking, retrieving, obedience, and, of course, hunting. They are also capable of making wonderful therapy dogs.
Activity
This breed is energetic and requires daily exercise. They have the ability to thrive in the country as well as the city. They enjoy brisk walks, bicycling, ball chasing, and swimming. They will do well in an apartment dwelling provided they are sufficiently exercised and given a safe space to run. It is important to remember that the English Springer Spaniel be given plenty of attention and stimulation.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of English Springer Spaniel puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

3/16/2015 10:50:44 PM

3/16/2015 10:50:44 PM

We have big dogs next door. I have a park and sidewalk I can take my English Springer Spaniel too, but should I worry about her being frightened in her own backyard?

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If the dogs next door are aggressive then I would worry about the negative effects on my dog, whether my dog copies the other dogs behavior and acts territorial as well; or that my dog would become scared of other dogs. However, with proper training and socialization, your dog should be perfectly fine. But you must not be frightened of the dogs next door, if you are, your dog will pick up on that fear and either become aggressive to protect you, or become frightened as well. So you must stay calm and show your dog that there is nothing to fear.
3/18/2015 8:58:53 AM

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3/7/2013 11:39:30 AM

3/7/2013 11:39:30 AM

Are English Springer Spaniel's good hunting dogs

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English Springer Spaniel's are bred to hunt, so probably
3/8/2013 4:47:15 PM

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3/4/2013 5:49:39 PM

3/4/2013 5:49:39 PM

What is the average birth weight of a springer?

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The average birth weight of the English Springer Spaniel is 250-350 grams, but it can vary depending on the size of the dam and sire, how much nutrition the dam got and how big the litter is.
7/10/2014 4:41:01 PM

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12/28/2012 5:39:39 PM

12/28/2012 5:39:39 PM

dry skin & how to cure Are english springer spaniels prone to dry skin?

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Anonymous

No, they are not prone to dry skin, but like any person, any dog can get it. A grain-free, high quality dog food can keep your dogs skin moisturized but the changing of seasons can make your dog's skin dry anyway. Using Head and Shoulder's Shampoo works wonder's for dogs with dry/itchy and even oily skin.
7/10/2014 4:43:28 PM

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12/7/2012 11:31:15 AM

12/7/2012 11:31:15 AM

english springer spaniel puppy how much does a english springer spaniel puppy weigh

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A pup's weight all depends on the dam, how much milk the pup gets and how big the litter is. Your breeder and vet will be able to tell you if your pup is at the right weight.
7/10/2014 4:44:30 PM

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10/2/2012 10:44:45 AM

10/2/2012 10:44:45 AM

I take my English Springer Spaniel to the park which she fetches the ball i throw then after a... I take my English Springer Spaniel to the park which she fetches the ball i throw then after a while when we get home she always starts to cough then be sick can you help?

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Anonymous

Springers actually have a LOT of energy. I recommend taking the poor thing to the vet(i dont think you did anything). Hopefully she doesnt have anything very serious.
12/17/2012 4:40:16 PM

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9/29/2012 7:23:30 PM

9/29/2012 7:23:30 PM

Are English Springer Spaniel's born with a tail ? then have them cropped ?

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Anonymous

Yes, English Springer Spaniel's are born with a tail, a magnificent feathered tail when fully grown. Docking is unnecessary and unkind, in my opinion, it is like depriving a person of their smile.
10/19/2012 6:13:06 PM

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9/29/2012 9:12:44 AM

9/29/2012 9:12:44 AM

How old does a spaniel start to walk? Is it normal to see them as if they have hiccups when they... How old does a spaniel start to walk? Is it normal to see them as if they have hiccups when they sleep? It also appears that my spaniel finds a difficult time lifting her weight when she walks, I'm not just sure if she's still too young or she has a problem.

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hiccups are quite common when sleeping as well when awake
2/13/2013 9:40:22 AM

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8/28/2012 2:54:04 PM

8/28/2012 2:54:04 PM

Hi there, how big will a 3/4 Spaniel 1/4 Australian Shep get? Also, what is their temperament?

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8/20/2012 7:06:16 PM

8/20/2012 7:06:16 PM

I have a year old springer spaniel who has started biting if you take something away form him... I have a year old springer spaniel who has started biting if you take something away form him and who ever goes to bed last gets bit if he of she tries to get into bed. This started a couple weeks ago. He has bitten my 6 year old grandson when he tried to take the babies passy away from him. He has bitten my husband and myself.

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5/22/2012 4:45:39 PM

5/22/2012 4:45:39 PM

when is the best time to feed a springer spanielpuppy ?

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5/17/2012 3:21:51 PM

5/17/2012 3:21:51 PM

What is the treatment for my English Springer Spaniel if she has rage sometimes?

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I recently read an article talking about a disease that spaniels are afflicted with whose symptoms cause an otherwise normal, healthy dog to develop rage to the point of attack. Not sure of the treatment but this disease was thought to be a form of epilepsy and was treatable. Good luck.
12/28/2012 6:00:59 PM

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4/26/2012 8:47:40 PM

4/26/2012 8:47:40 PM

I live in the Hollywood Hills and would like to find a place close by who can professionally cut... I live in the Hollywood Hills and would like to find a place close by who can professionally cut the hair of my Springer Spaniel. She has allergies and needs a summer cut as she is itching a great deal. I would be so delighted to find someone who can cut her hair well. Thanks for any feedback.

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4/24/2012 3:06:50 AM

4/24/2012 3:06:50 AM

i have two 6 month old springer pups. We took them to the beach with their balls and the kids... i have two 6 month old springer pups. We took them to the beach with their balls and the kids thought it was fun to see them in the water. Unfortunately they were sick on the way home and all day Monday and not keeping their beta puppy food down and now got diaharea and very very sticky pumps. Probably the salt water and maybe sand in their tummies I'm not sure, what can I do, please help?

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3/8/2012 3:35:46 PM

3/8/2012 3:35:46 PM

Would you have a better chance of tri-colored puppies if you breed a tri-colored male and a... Would you have a better chance of tri-colored puppies if you breed a tri-colored male and a tri-colored female or is that gene recessive? Would we have a better chance of tri-colored puppies if we bread a tri-colored male and a black and white or liver and white female?

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2/12/2012 1:54:37 AM

2/12/2012 1:54:37 AM

My springer spaniels nose has been bleeding a little when he sneeze. He has been outside in the... My springer spaniels nose has been bleeding a little when he sneeze. He has been outside in the grass. Could this be allergies

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Anonymous asked:

12/29/2011 6:32:29 AM

12/29/2011 6:32:29 AM

i have a year old springer she came into heat 2 days ago how long will she be in heat?

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10/21/2011 4:36:34 PM

10/21/2011 4:36:34 PM

What is an average birth weight for springer spaniel pups, and how much are they expected to... What is an average birth weight for springer spaniel pups, and how much are they expected to gain daily? Just had a litter of five, our first litter, so just want a guide to go on with. Thanks.

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Anonymous asked:

10/12/2011 4:39:16 AM

10/12/2011 4:39:16 AM

I HAVE A 14YR OLD MALE SPRINGER I LOST HIS BUDDY LAST YEAR, HE HAS BECOME A BIT AGGRESSIVE. I... I HAVE A 14YR OLD MALE SPRINGER I LOST HIS BUDDY LAST YEAR, HE HAS BECOME A BIT AGGRESSIVE. I AM GUESSING HE MAY BE HURTING, HE HAS HIP DYSPLASIA AND UNABLE TO PLAY BALL AND W/FRISBEE LIKE WHEN HE WAS YOUNGER. I WAS WONDERING IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT MAY HELP. ALSO HIS HEARING IS BECOMING LIMITED. HE RESPONDS TO HAND AND ARM SIGNALS WHEN HE SEES ME. ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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Anonymous

See a vet about those hips but don't expect much. There are also remedies advertised on television. I had a great SS put to sleep due to hips just before age 14. My only consolation is that he was around the company of people he liked every day and walked and taken outside each day. DOGS ARE SOCIAL CREATURES!
12/17/2011 1:37:10 AM

Anonymous

I have both a chow and a springer spaniel that have hip troubles. We give them shark cartilage and after about a month there was significant improvement. We also switched to a dog food called simply nourish and it put the pep back in their step. Now they prance around and even play a little. Im not saying it will make them act like puppies again but it definitely helped with their hips and gave them a little energy boost.
6/15/2012 1:14:53 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/2/2011 3:08:07 PM

10/2/2011 3:08:07 PM

when is the best time to train a puppy springer spaniel for hunting??

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The first thing is to find a reputable trainer who can guide you. I would start with obedience training at 4-6 months (as early as possible). Once the dog is obedient, then start with the hunting training. If possible, use the same trainer through all training. One thing to make sure you do is to be heavily involved in the training. Hunting training continues for the hunting life of the dog and you will need to continue outside of hunting season. By being involved with the initial training, you can learn how to keep the training going as the dog ages. Being involved from the beginning also associates you in your dog's mind as his/her hunting companion.
1/5/2012 11:20:06 AM

Anonymous

You should introduce them to birds at 2-5weeks. Do this so they don't get bird shy. Some thing you could do is get pigions and show them to the puppy and then let it fly away by the puppy. Or you could get a bird wing and sort of fan it around the puppy and let it play with it.
6/26/2012 3:54:58 PM

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9/7/2011 1:52:57 PM

9/7/2011 1:52:57 PM

We fell in love with an English Springer Spaniel dog this past weekends, it was a neighborhood... We fell in love with an English Springer Spaniel dog this past weekends, it was a neighborhood dog that came down to play with me and my kids. Our current dog is 15 years old and not doing well, so we will replace him once he is gone. Ok, my questions, Once potty trained, how long can they go? Me and my wife work, she gets off at 3pm to pick up the kids from school, I don't get off until after 5. So that is basically 7:30 to 4 most days, and sometimes later due to kid events. Our current dog, which is a Lhasa, can hold it all day, even at 15 years old! Are these dogs capable of holding it that long, he/she will be an inside dog with lots of playtime out? Guessing we should crate him/her throughout the day as well? We are also runners, 3-5miles most days, are these dogs good runners at these distances? I know they are active, but don't want to hurt them.

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We lost our beloved 11 year old English Springer Spaniel this past February. They are the most gentle, kind, kid loving animals I have ever had the pleasure of owning! He never had an accident in the house, ever! He could go 10-12 hours without a problem. My husband ran about that distance and he was always able to keep up! We will own another someday!
9/13/2011 8:46:11 PM

Anonymous

My wife and I are gone from 5:45 am and she is home around 3:15 pm. Once our English Springer Spaniel's are used to our time sched. puppy and up there is no problem. Our dogs are kept in outside runs when we are at work and with us inside until the next morning.They are involed in outdoor activities and can go full days running. Need not worry about over exercing.
9/18/2011 6:08:19 PM

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9/3/2011 12:10:38 PM

9/3/2011 12:10:38 PM

My English Springer Spanie is 3 and she shakes when she breaths - what does this mean?

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it means she's cold or scared
6/27/2012 9:19:27 AM

Anonymous asked:

8/26/2011 11:33:16 AM

8/26/2011 11:33:16 AM

we are after getting a beautiful 9 month old springer spaniel, he is house trained but we would... we are after getting a beautiful 9 month old springer spaniel, he is house trained but we would prefer to have him outside (we live in the country), we got him a wooden dog house but he won't look at it, he sleeps on the step at the front door. The first couple of nights he barked but has stopped, is he ok on the step and if it gets very cold should we bring him in, it is like having a child, he pulls at our heart strings !!!

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Anonymous

Bring your springer spaniel inside!
9/10/2011 1:26:21 AM

Anonymous

They said it "bring the dog inside." Springers are like velcro; they love to be close to their masters and need the affection. If properly bathed and groomed, their shedding is minmal. I have 6 neutered springers ranging in age from 12+ - 9 months. They are my daily joy and you will always be rewarded.
9/15/2011 11:40:01 PM

Anonymous

If you leave a Springer outside, you are missing out on the best part of a Springer. No matter how busy or difficult the day has been for you, a Springer will erase it all and fill the remainder of your day with contentment.
11/18/2011 7:08:12 PM

Anonymous

Dogs are human companions and THEY MUST STAY INSIDE!! Please keep him inside ..... so sad to leave them in the cold or heat outside ..... It's cruel!! Lilia
8/13/2012 9:45:20 AM

Anonymous

yes could be possible to keep him out but try to avoid exterme hot or cold weather also be with him alot so he would not get destructive
1/13/2013 7:42:17 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/20/2011 10:07:04 AM

8/20/2011 10:07:04 AM

Our springer is 7 years old and wants to go outside constantly to sniff while walking in circles... Our springer is 7 years old and wants to go outside constantly to sniff while walking in circles to the point of exhaustion.We have to divert her attention to come and sit and drink water. This behavior drives us and our guests to the point of exhaustion as well! What gives...we realize she's a hunting breed but she used to be able to lay outdoors and just enjoy watching the world go by.

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Anonymous asked:

7/24/2011 8:49:06 PM

7/24/2011 8:49:06 PM

my springer spaniel is 7 years old. We never had him nuretered. My vet recommends that we do... my springer spaniel is 7 years old. We never had him nuretered. My vet recommends that we do that now? Is that advisable or needed? If yes, why?

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Neutering is to prolong the life of the male animal. My now 12 y/o springer spaniel was neutered when he was 6 and he did great; never missed the jewelry.
9/15/2011 11:41:31 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/6/2011 10:13:00 PM

6/6/2011 10:13:00 PM

Are English Springer Spaniels suitable for rainy weather as well as dry weather?

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Anonymous

Yes ES Spaniels are suitable for rainy weather as well as dry just keep old towls hany to dry the off. I believe that it is the owners not the dowgs that do not tolerate the rain. They never mind the rain and love the snow. Our Springers stay wet most of the summer due to the 2 ponds around the farm. In fact our dogs will shake on command. (humor is a must when a dogis shaking the water off his fur) Exposure to harsh temperatures/moissture should limit the amount of time exposed to these elements. Use your judgement and take care of your ESS puppy/dog. Remember, the more you rub you ESS with a big towel, the more your ESS puppy/dog loves you!
6/16/2011 11:10:09 PM

Anonymous

Took my Springer camping and it snowed during the night. She went exploring in the morning and took a dip in the creek....ice along the banks. Went back in for more. We freeked but she couldn't figure out why.
11/18/2011 7:12:41 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/23/2011 11:17:27 AM

4/23/2011 11:17:27 AM

my springer spaniel is only 9mths old but after a short walk with a bit of recall of a stick... my springer spaniel is only 9mths old but after a short walk with a bit of recall of a stick when we get home he is completly out of breath and takes a while to recover. Is this normal? He does pull on his lead which i dont think helps

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Anonymous

No. That's not normal. I would have your vet check him out. At nine months old, a healthy Springer usually has enough energy to run for miles. Mine would walk five miles and still want to play fetch until my arm was worn out when we get home. Make sure he gets plenty of fresh water when he gets home from your walk (and bring water with you for him if you are going on a long walk). Watch out for heat stroke in hot weather. Dogs are more vulnerable to it han we are. You should look into clicker training (get a book or check out some videos on Youtube) and try using it to get him to heel without pulling. Springers are easy to train and love to learn new tricks. It won't take you long to have him walking without pulling if you use a clicker and treats to positively reinforce good behavior. Consistency is the key. Good luck.
4/28/2011 11:51:27 AM

Anonymous

is it really warm where you live? My springer will run for hours if you let her when the weather is cool. Once it gets above 75 or 80 though she does exactly what you describe. She just doesn't have a real tolerance for heat. She loves the cold and playing in the snow though!
5/18/2011 9:17:42 PM

Anonymous

Get YOUR springer spaniel checked by a vet to see if he has a heart murmer
6/12/2011 1:50:14 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/4/2011 11:45:10 AM

4/4/2011 11:45:10 AM

Do springer spaniels like fresh water for swimming? Can they dive?

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Anonymous

My Springer loves any kind of water. He gets very upset if we don't let him in the pool with us. He loves to dive in after a toy and can hold his breath to dive down to get sinking toys. He's a bit too boyant to make it to the bottom of our 5'6" pool, but he can usually catch his toy before it hits the bottom. Springers are natural clowns and don't seem to mind being dressed up in floaties and goggles as long as they get to swim. Mine started swimming at about 12 weeks old. Just make sure you show your dog where to find the steps to get out of the pool so they don't get exhausted and panic. If they have a good experience the first time, they will be a water dog for life.
4/28/2011 11:35:04 AM

Anonymous

I had a houseboat on Lake Mead. My Springer would jump off in the morning, swim out into the middle of the lake, visit the shore, and then swim around the boat until someone helped her climb the ladder. The answer is, You betchum.
11/18/2011 7:18:05 PM

Anonymous

springer spaniels do like fresh water and they do dive
6/27/2012 9:21:03 AM

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2/20/2011 7:24:09 PM

2/20/2011 7:24:09 PM

I have a male Springer Spaniel and he's only 8 months old. But when he sees another dog whether... I have a male Springer Spaniel and he's only 8 months old. But when he sees another dog whether its big or small he instantly barks at them and goes nuts. It's driving me crazy! And also he keeps on going potty in the house right after I take him outside. What can I do?

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Anonymous

We have a 3 month old male English Springer. He does the same thing. We take him outside to potty, he comes back in and potties in the house. How long does it take to potty train these dogs?
3/30/2011 8:12:50 PM

Anonymous

Try putting your dog in a crate as soon as you bring it in and then take it back outside to potty after about 30 minutes or longer. We have had to do this with one of our older Springer puppies. All the other Springers learned to go out just fine. But once they get in the habit of going potty as soon as you come back in they need to go directly into a crate. Most dogs will not potty in a crate.
4/3/2011 7:57:10 AM

Anonymous

I have a 5 month old springer spaniel male who loves to sprinkle pee here and there. Springer spaniels are hard to potty train. I have had four springers in my life time and boy is it a challenge to get them potty trained.
6/4/2011 2:50:03 PM

Anonymous

Our group of Springers have not been a problem to train to potty outside, I had to train myself to get on a schedule with them when I am home. We also have bells on a ribbon aka "Poochie Bells" and they know to ring their bells. Like Pavlov's dog, I need to let them out! If your dog still goes potty after you have let him out, increase th time out. Take him for a loonger walk. (Again adjust YOUR time) A dog's bowels do not keep track of your work schedule. Take time to praise your dog when they do their business outide. If they continue to use the house as a potty area, checkwith your vet to see if it is amedical problem.
6/16/2011 11:18:39 PM

Anonymous

Springers love praise and will do just about anything to avoid "the voice". When the dog messes in the house, take the dog to place, place a hand on the back of the neck (gently but firm), have him look at the spot, and then point to the spot and say in a slow deep voice, "did you do that"....with a slight raise in volume, "did you do that" ....."NOooooo". Then comes the worst part for a Springer....put him outside. He will put 2 and 2 together quickly
11/18/2011 7:26:53 PM

Anonymous

We have a 10yr old female Springer who has never had an accident. In fact, she will go to the door, raise her paw on the door to let us know she wants out. She will also sit in front of the door if she's feeling sick. She's the smartest and easiest train we've ever had! Love her dearly!
3/5/2012 9:15:16 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/13/2011 1:19:23 PM

2/13/2011 1:19:23 PM

Do English Springer Spaniels shed a lot?

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Anonymous

Yes English Springer Spaniels do . But if you brush their coat every day. that will help a lot. I have 2 and I have no problem.
2/18/2011 7:50:19 AM

Anonymous

My ESS sheds a lot less than the Lab that I had before him. Cleaning his ears every day or two is more of a chore than dealing with the hair.
4/28/2011 11:54:06 AM

Anonymous

When you have 2 Jack Russells and 3 Springers, we installed a central vaccum to maintain the hair flow. I think the cat sheds more than the five dogs, butshe will never admit it. We keep a sheet over our bed spread and on our good couch. All our company are dog people and understand that a roller is a must where ever we go!
6/19/2011 12:51:29 AM

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