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Welsh Springer Spaniel - Top 10 Facts

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The Welsh Springer Spaniel is a mediumsized dog with a red and white coat, often with freckles. These dogs were developed as gundogs to flush, or spring game in the field.

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In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Welsh Springer Spaniel that you might not know.

A Quick Overview:
Group: Sporting Dogs
Weight: 35 to 55 pounds
Height: 17 to 19 inches tall at the shoulder
Life Expectancy: 1015 years

Welsh Springer Spaniels are trainable and eager to please. As a typical spaniel, they have a lot of enthusiasm. They are a little less outgoing than English Springer Spaniels and somewhat independent. They're gentle around children if they grow up with them or are exposed to them when they're young, and they're affectionate toward their families. Welshies can be reserved around strangers, and early socialization is important to prevent timidity. They are generally good with other pets in the household, even small ones, although they might see birds as prey since that's what they are bred to hunt.

Because they're bred to be hunting dogs, Welshies require a lot more exercise than your average dog. They have a great deal of stamina and energy and can work for hours in all kinds of weather and terrain. That hunting instinct is strong, so keep them on a leash in unfenced unless you want to see them take off in pursuit of a bird or bunny. Their enthusiasm for hunting is so great that they have a tendency to wander from the hunt field. Training a Welshie from a young age to come when called is a must.

Welshie's athletic skills aren't limited to hunting. Many people who have one participate in such activities as obedience, agility, flyball, and tracking. Because Welshies have such happy natures, they make great companions and family dogs. Their only aim in life — besides going after birds — is to be near their people and to please them in any way possible.


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