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Bred specifically to spring game toward a net or into the air for a falcon to capture prior to the invention and common use of the gun the Welsh Springer rarely advances beyond easy gun range. Possessing a superb nose, slightly webbed feet and an ability to negotiate heavy ground cover the Welsh Springer is not only a versatile hunter but is also a very good water dog and retriever.
This is not a dog for those that want an aloof pet, or for those with little time to dedicate to their pet. The Welsh Springer Spaniel is very attentive, but also very sensitive, so training methods must always be calm and positive. The Welsh Springer Spaniel does not like to be handled roughly.
The life expectancy of the Welsh Springer Spaniel is around 12-14 years, and there are a number of health problems to look out for with this breed. This includes cataracts, epilepsy, glaucoma, HD, PRA, seizures, and thyroid problems. The parents of the Welsh Springer Spaniel puppy should have OFA and CERF certificates.
The Welsh Springer Spaniel is a medium sized dog, and has a sturdy build. The coat of the Welsh Springer Spaniel is straight and silky, and the chest and legs have feathering on them. The color of the Welsh Springer Spaniel is red and white. These dogs weigh in at around 35-40 pounds for females and 40-45 pounds for males. The height of the Welsh Springer Spaniel is around 17-18 inches for females, and 18-19 inches for males.