The English Springer Spaniel is a compact, medium sized sporting dog with long ears. This dogs expression is alert, kindly and trusting, just think of the expression 'spaniel eyes'. When they look up at you with those deep brown or dark hazel eyes they could get away with anything. Springers are friendly dogs that are always eager to please. They are well proportioned dogs, nicely balanced, built to cover rough ground well and quickly.
Coach Springers, for example, are usually over one hundred pounds. It is not rare to see Springers in the hundreds with proper weight. They are of medium size and are very strong. They usually get along well with other and make good family pets. They are generally a mellow dog, but love to play and are quite athletic. Springers when they get older don't like to be left alone any longer. They tend to mellow with age but they are always happy and ready to play. They are know as a breed of dog that doesn't have to be fed too often. They will eat when they're full. Springers will eat as much as you put in front of them. They like to carry their toys or bones everywhere they go. Springers aren't picky what they eat or how much they eat. Springers will bond with their owner and be fiercely loyal almost to the point of being silly, their loyalty is uncomplicated. Springers will accept food from just about anybody and will welcome hand towels, hats, belts, socks etc. A couple of their favorite things to do are to snuggle with you on the couch and to climbs the couch. After their morning or afternoon potty break, you will find that Springers love to go back to their potty spot to relax. They will go there to relax and listen to the sound of their owner brushing their teeth. After their grooming, springers love to be cuddled, so don't be surprised if you see coats lying all over the floor. They love to be with their owner, mostly staying close. You may find them following you around the house. If you don't like a dog that follows you around the house, then maybe this dog isn't for you, maybe a cat would be a better choice. They love to run and play, they have been bred to do so. If you have a backyard, then you will find your dog playing with the kids. They like to entertain and be with the family. Springers love the water and have been known to play in it. They are pretty easy to train, their intelligence and desire to please, teaching is fairly easy. They do not however like rough or harsh treatment and if harsh treatment is inflicted on them, then they get angry. Springers fairy naturally cat like by nature and like to curl up in a bed or on a couch. Fairy Springers arekies and playful and their whimsical ways. They want to play with you all day and all night sometimes. Generally they are the companion dog and want to be with their owner. If you like to play and are an active person this dog would be great for you. Fairy Springers are a little bit more expensive than some of the other breeds and rightfully so. It is not every dog that can handle the rigorous exercise that this breed demands. If you are not an athletic or high energy person, then this dog would be a poor choice. The coat quality of this dog is another factor, with many people finding that the shedding is just too much. If you obviously don't have the time or energy to give a Springers the exercise they need than this dog would be a wrong choice. They would be a destructive little ball of fur. They are known to have separation anxiety and be biters when left alone. Springers are also fairly sensitive to picking up pet odors. I hope this article has helped you to make a wise decision for a pet.
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