Get to know the Field Spaniel
All you need to know about the breed
Gorgeous canine athletes in glossy shades of chestnut and tan, with eye-catchingly outsize ears, Field Spaniels are in their element in the great outdoors. Tracking, chasing, swimming all come naturally to this active breed. That’s not to say they don’t make good pets – on the contrary, Field Spaniels are also loyal, affectionate and playful companions.
When it comes to exercise, the breed’s name should be a clue – these dogs are most definitely not couch potatoes and need their exercise, whether that means off-the-lead runs, games of fetch or regular long walks on the lead.
Field Spaniels are definitely not the best choice for apartment dwellers. However, aside from their need to burn off some energy (did we mention they need a lot of exercise?!), Field Spaniels are not a high-maintenance breed. They do shed, it’s true - though brushing is a good excuse for cuddles.
2 facts about Field Spaniels
Things to look out for
From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Field Spaniel
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