What is working Springer Spaniel? Working Springer spaniel is gentle, friendly, sociable and a good partner for children. Working Springer spaniel is smart, skillful, willing to be obedient and quick to learn. Brave, naughty, energetic, pleasant and pleasant, the tail of working Springer Spaniel always seems to move. Working Springer spaniel is affectionate, kind and sincere. This dog loves everyone.
When working Springer spaniel is with people who can provide them with some kind of consistent structure, they do the best because their rules are clear. Gentle owners and/or owners who do not provide daily mental and physical exercise may have negative problems. This can make working Springer Spaniel frustrated, and if you ignore them, they can become very destructive and start barking a lot. If a working Springer Spaniel does not see the owner as a strong authority, they will begin to believe that it is their duty to take over the leadership role. If you allow this to happen, the dog can become a bite, trying to keep the human route. Young parachutists need a lot of authoritative guidance. Working Springer spaniel is very sensitive to his tone. If he feels stronger than his master, working Springer Spaniel will not listen to him, but they will not respond well to the strict discipline. Owners need to be calm, but have an air of natural authority.
At this age, working Springer Spaniel can be extraordinarily energetic, testing and challenging leadership. There are two types, field line and display line (workbench). The field type is bred for hunting and field experiments. Working Springer Spaniel has more liver or black fur, and its fur is longer and fuller. The fur of the field type is much whiter than that of the performance type, and the hair of the working Springer spaniel is much less. Both types of people are smart, energetic and need to exercise every day, but the field line has a higher energy level and needs more exercise. Even in the same nest, the dominance of this variety is different. If you are not the kind of person who can show natural calmness, but the kind of person who has firm authority, then you must choose a more compliant working Springer spaniel. According to the owners’ attitude towards dogs and the amount and type of exercise they provide, the temperament of performance and venue lines varies greatly. Working Springer Spaniel loves water and may keep getting wet and muddy. Working Springer Spaniel usually gets along well with other pets, but because they are natural bird hunters, they should not be trusted. If the owner doesn’t know who is in charge, working Springer Spaniel sometimes quarrels with other dogs.
Working Springer spaniel is a medium-sized dog that weighs from 40 pounds to 55 pounds. The male is slightly larger than the female. Working Springer Spaniel’s field dogs and performance dogs are different in appearance and agility. Field dogs have thicker fur, shorter hair and lighter bone structure, while performance dogs are heavier, longer hair and usually have butted tails. Working Springer spaniel is famous for its feathered fur and long ears. Working Springer Spaniel’s colors range from Caramel-brown to black with white (usually white on chest, shoulders, legs or claws).
Dental disease is the most common chronic disease in working Springer spaniel, affecting 80% of dogs at the age of 2. Unfortunately, your working Springer spaniel is more likely than other dogs to have her teeth problems. Dental disease starts from the accumulation of tartar on the teeth and develops to the infection of gums and roots. If we don’t prevent or treat dental disease, your working Springer Spaniel may lose teeth and risk damage to the kidney, liver, heart and joints. In fact, your Spaniel’s life may even be shortened by one to three years! We will clean your working Springer Spaniel teeth regularly to let you know what you can do at home to keep your teeth white. Buy an English Springer Spaniel.
Working Springer spaniel is very sensitive to bacterial and viral infections. All dogs can be infected, such as parvovirus, rabies and canine distemper. Many of these infections can be prevented by vaccination, and we will recommend vaccination based on her age, the diseases we see in our area, and other factors. Working Springer spaniel is friendly, gregarious and eager to please. They learn fast and train easily. Working Springer spaniel is a great family dog and children and other dogs do well, although they may not do as well as cats. British sky jumpers like to be in touch with people. If they are alone for a long time, working Springer Spaniel often gets bored (sometimes even destructive).
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