Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Field Spaniel Temperament and Care Requirements

If you want a dog that can either make an amazing hunting partner out on the open field or a dog that can contribute as both a loyal and loveable member of the family, then the Field Spaniel is perhaps the right dog breed for you. Field Spaniels have sweet even temperaments and personalities that will quickly win over any person that they come into contact with. Field Spaniels are good family pets, especially for younger families with small children, since Field Spaniels are not an aggressive dog breed by any means.
For the most part Field Spaniels require moderate amounts of time for care and attention. The Field Spaniel needs quite a lot of exercise, so if you're the type of person who just likes to sit and watch TV in your free time, then the Field Spaniel is not for you. If you like to take regular jogs or want to play games like catch with your dog on a frequent basis then the Field Spaniel is possibly a good option for you or you and your family.

The other thing to keep in mind is that because Field Spaniels have long coats that need regular grooming so that they do not develop any mats, which mats can potentially harm a dog’s health. It's recommended that you take your Field Spaniel or Field Spaniels to have their coats professionally cut roughly every month to every month and a half, unless you want to let your dog’s hair grow out for a bit.

There's no denying how truly special these England born Gundogs are. There's no doubt in my mind that a dog breed this outstanding can stay under the radar for too much longer. Eventually word will get out about the Field Spaniels once again, to where they might just become a staple family and Gundog around the world sometime in the future. When will this happen? Who knows, but for now the Field Spaniel will remain as the secret precious gem that it is.

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