The Welsh Springer Spaniel was traditionally used to spring game at a time when hunters used falcons to hunt with. The Welsh Springer is slightly smaller than his English cousin.
Someone looking for an enthusiastic and eager to please companion to explore the great outdoors with.
Bird watchers. The Welsh Springer's main aim in life is to go after our feathered friends!
Welshie, Welsh Springer, Welsh Starter
A bit smaller than a Labrador.
High (Two hours or more)
Without sufficient mental and physical exercise will probably do the wall of death around the living room!
Jacket and skinny trousers
Any feathering can get knotty. Some coats self-clean by depositing mud all over the kitchen floor.
Doesn't moult much
But all dogs shed dander so if you're allergic, make sure you'll be ok
HOW IT WORKS
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