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Help me if you can.

Posted by goldy (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 9, 13 at 14:22

And old friend of mine has a nic- nac of a dog.He looks like a coco-spaniel but a little taller and heis brown and white with a cropped tail.I thought he was a English springer spaniel,but all the pictures on the INTERNET the breed has a long tail.If you could help me identify this dog I would be grateful.He has long brown ears a brown row Down his back,brown spots on his sides and a cropped tail.Help me make and old lady happy.She can"have a real dog and these figurines are her life.


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RE: Help me if you can.

Every Springer I've ever known has a docked tail. A docked tail is also part of the AKC breed standard for the English Springer Spaniel.

Here is a link that might be useful: English Springer Spaniel AKC breed standard


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RE: Help me if you can.

That looks like the dog except the dog has brown spots instead of the brown pattern shown in the pictures


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RE: Help me if you can.

That looks like the dog except the dog has brown spots instead of the brown pattern shown in the pictures


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RE: Help me if you can.

Perhaps a Brittany Spaniel, then.


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