friends I made in Edinburgh
“During the 16th century, a small type of spaniel was popular among the nobility in England.” - Wikipedia.
My dog stuck her middle fingle upto being a Royal, civilized & a noble dog.
She is the world’s un-classiest King Charles Spaniel you will ever meet.
The Spaniel would like to thank Miss Clare for remembering her in the Christmas card and thank her for the ear scratch.
My dog Bella, love her so much.
The Field Spaniel is a medium-sized dog. The skull is slightly wider in the back then it is in the front. The muzzle is strong, long and lean, with a moderate, but well defined stop. The large nose is light brown to dark brown to black, depending on the coat color of the dog. The teeth meet in a scissors or level bite. The medium-sized eyes are almond in shape, dark hazel to brown in color. The medium length ears are set slightly below the eyes, are wide hanging close to the head with lots of feathering.
The Welsh Springer Spaniel is an ancient breed and is an active dog displaying a loyal and affectionate disposition. Although reserved with strangers, he is not timid, shy or unfriendly and is a devoted family member and hunting companion.
The Welsh Springer does possess a stubborn streak, however the Welsh Springer is an extremely intelligent dog and with patience and an early start the Welsh Springer can be an excellent hunting companion.
Being of medium build and size with an even, reserved, disposition the Welsh Springer is a gentle family dog and prefers to be with his people. The Welsh Springer is often referred to as a ‘Velcro’ dog as you cannot go anywhere without your ‘shadow’. At the same time, without being mean or aggressive, the Welsh Springer knows when to protect and guard.