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Field Spaniel



The Field Spaniel is a breed of medium-sized dog that originated in England. It belongs to the sporting breed family which is remarkable for their amiable nature, and being well-rounded companions. Field Spaniels have been bred to find, flush, and then retrieve objects during land and water games. Their medium-length single coat could either be flat or somewhat wavy. It has feathering over the chest, hind legs, underside, buttocks, and tail. Coat colors usually include black, liver, or golden liver. Some members of the line have small white markings in the chest area.

Height and Weight

Both the male and female members of the Field Spaniel breed normally have an average height of about 18 in measured at the withers. Their common weight is usually between 35 to 50 lbs.


Field Spaniels, in general, are pleasant, independent, and docile by nature. They are robust, active hunting dogs that are typically playful and intelligent. The breed is easy-going, charming, and affectionate. Giving them adequate exercise and proper leadership, however, is very necessary to make them excellent family companions. Early socialization is also important to avoid timidity and extreme reservation towards strangers. Field Spaniels are generally friendly as they tend to love everyone. They like to roam, and can often relate well with other canines and pets. They get along well with children, though may tend to enjoy extreme rough plays that could be unsafe for kids. The breed needs an owner who can be firm yet gentle in their leadership approach. Otherwise, the pets may become quite stubborn and very temperamental. They crave for human companionship, and are happiest when given a job to do.


Field Spaniels are not demanding when it comes to grooming needs. Their very short coat only needs to be brushed once a week. Bathing sessions may also be done only when absolutely necessary. Trimming can be carried out every few weeks to keep them looking tidy. Cleaning their ears, however, needs to be performed on a regular basis to avoid ear infections.

Health Concerns

Members of the Field Spaniel breed are commonly plagued with health issues such as hip dysplasia, and ear problems. Nevertheless, with proper care, nutrition, and exercise, the breed can live for as long as 10 to 12 years.

Best Environment

Field Spaniels can readily adapt to apartment living provided that they get to receive adequate amount of daily exercise. Letting them run or explore on-leash will make them stable-minded. They can adjust to almost any living environment, though access to a securely fenced yard is usually the ideal. Because the breed loves human companionship, kennel-living is not a good idea.

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