The Cavalier King Charles spaniel breed is well-liked, loving, gregarious, and upbeat. It was recognised by the AKC in 1995. They were originally designed as companions for British royalty and are suitable for apartment.
Clumbers are big, placid spaniels who are relaxed at home yet focused while scenting. They might be suspicious of strangers and aren't as energetic as other spaniels, but they respond well to positive training.
Popular and tiny, the American Cocker Spaniel has a vivacious and playful temperament. They appreciate being around polite kids and other dogs, and they have a high-maintenance coat that, unless kept short, requires frequent care.
19th-century medium-sized spaniel from the Great Lakes. excellent at retrieving things from the water. lively and knowledgeable. Exercise is necessary for good family pets.
The Boykin is a South Carolina-bred water-loving bird-retrieving dog. They appreciate action and constructive instruction and are kind, eager, and gentle. Moody and cuddly with enough activity.
Cocker spaniels were formerly used as hunting partners. English cockers are well-liked, lively, and devoted companions today. They like spending time with their loved ones and have soft coats and eyes.
English Springers are energetic spaniels with excellent senses of smell. They like having a task to do and serve as detecting dogs. They are lovable, teachable, and susceptible to over-arousal. Training that uses rewards is successful.
Papillons are spaniel hybrids with erect, butterfly-shaped ears. They have a loud bark, are petite, clever, lively, and trainable, yet they may also be obstinate.
The Welsh springer spaniel, which has red and white markings, is smaller than the English kind. They have close relationships with their family and are loving and joyful.
An ancient Italian breed with Roman origins, the Neapolitan Mastiff was historically employed as a battle dog and a guard dog. It is renowned for its protective characteristics, huge construction, and wrinkles. devoted and kind, walking with a sluggish pace.