Springer Spaniels - the ultimate resource
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Welcome to MySpringer.co.uk, this website aims to be the ultimate resource for Springer Spaniels.
This website aims to help and provide to support to existing Springer Spaniel owners, and for those wanting to get their first English Springer Spaniel be it a rescue or a new puppy.
Springer Spaniels can be a rewarding dog to live with and love attention and will do anything to please if not a bit stuborn at times but if you can provide the right lifestyle for them they are the best dog to be with.
Springer Spaniels are a breed of gun dog traditionally used for flushing out and retrieving game. The Springer Spaniel is an affectionate, excitable breed of dog with lifespan of around 12 to 14 years.
English Springer Spaniels or ESS for short have two different lines, the working line and the show line. Springers have average health complaints. Springer Spaniels have an excelent temerament however the show line spaniel has been linked to "rage syndrome", although the disorder is very rare.
The police often use Springer Spaniels are used by the police as sniffer dogs
The term springer comes from their historic hunting role, where the dogs would "spring" birds into the air, even an untrained springer can run randomly into a field to flush a bird they have found.
This website will provide articles and advice on many aspects of springer spaniel ownership, but if you have a specific question do not hesitate to use the forum. The website is new and will take time to build up but if you post a quesiton someone will respond.
We are here to provide informaiton and advice on your Springer Spaniel. We are here to provide information if you are looking for a puppy, have just brought one home, have a rescue springer spaniel or have had springers all your life.
Please browse the website and feel free to visit the Springer Spaniels Forum to post photos, ask questions or just say hello.