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French Spaniel Puppies
2011 French Spaniel:
The head of the French Spaniel is held proudly, well sculptured, unburdened, without excessive sparseness, but presenting the characteristics of the breed. Head is of average length and size. The skull has a length of 1 ½ to 2 inches more than the forehead. The lateral faces of the skull appear almost parallel. The head is of medium length and width. Well-chiseled, but not excessively. Pronounced brow bones, and a sloping stop. Slightly domed nose-bridge a bit shorter than the skull. Upper lip does not cover lower lip. The brown nose is wide with good nostrils, Bite is either level as scissors. Upper lips must not cover the lower lips. The eyes are fairly large, oval dark amber with an intelligent and gentle expression. Ears are set well back and in line with the yes. Long and feathering at the top. The neck is muscular, signally arched, oval shaped of medium length. Withers are pronounced and large. Back is slightly sloping. Sustained and hard in action. Loins are large, of medium length, and well muscled.
New French Spaniel Puppies:
Thighs (croup) are large and muscular, well Rounded, without apparent bone structure. Chest is bursting with large capacity, high, good depth. The tail is full length, not docked, set low, tapering, held slantwise curves. The skin is flexible and close to the body. The coat is dense, close, and water resistant and has feathering along the back of the legs, belly, tail, and ears. Flat and short on the head. Coat color is white with liver markings. Markings are irregular and can be small or dominating. Speckling is acceptable. Some faults according to the written standard for this breed are; Head too short or wide, clear eyes, tail off center. Other colors except white and liver. Solid liver colored or solid white body. Solid white Head. Little or no feathering. Ears too small or set to high.
Small French Spaniel:
Previously known as “rouse Spaniel» (springing spaniel) meant the dogs, from whom many modern breeds of land spaniels. In the 1800′s Springer and Cockers are often born in one litter, they are distinguished solely by size. In 1902 the English Kennel Club recognized the English Springer Spaniel as a separate breed.In 1880 was organized by the American Spaniel Club, the task he considered the separation of spaniels in size, all dogs weighing over 13 kilograms are classified as Springer. Despite the fact that some American hunters have such dogs, they became known later, when in 1924 the Association of field tests of English springer spaniel, and three years later (1927) Association became involved in breeding and breed. Its purpose was to improve the exterior and the working abilities of Springer.
Latest French Spaniel:
Standard American Kennel Club, adopted in 1927 and was first revised in 1932, called for the fullest development of capabilities Springer – a dog who, having passed the appropriate training, could perform their hunting destination.The Association holds an annual field trial that showed the public how well the Retriever. The larger events were, the wider and faster would be to find a dog and if it underwent a course of training, to obey orders owner.
Black And White French Spaniel:
The French Spaniel has a well-formed head, of medium length and width. It has a sloping stop, with a brown nose, dark oval eyes, and long feathery ears set back and hanging. The neck is muscular and arched, and the back is slightly sloping. The thighs are muscular and well-rounded. The chest is wide and deep. The tail is not docked and is usually set low. The coat of the French Spaniel is feathery along the back of the legs, belly, tail, and ears.
French Spaniel Dynamics:
The French Spaniel has a calm and even temper. It is affectionate and is gentle with children. It has the tendency to become so attached to its owners. This breed is people-oriented and do not like to be alone. It can be easily trained and is sensitive, so training and caring for it has to be consistent, firm, but gentle. This is an intelligent and brave breed, enthusiastic and persistent in hunting and possessing an excellent nose.