spaniel

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any of several breeds of small to medium-sized gun dogs with a long silky coat and long frilled ears

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Thus, any hunter wanting a small flushing spaniel can once again find field-tested cockers, either field-or show-bred, that he can both hunt and love.
HISTORY LESSON Like most other flushing spaniel breeds, the cocker spaniel emerged from the spaghetti-like snarl of spaniels in 18th and 19th century England.
This gave a new, public title-giving venue not only to cockers, but to all the other flushing spaniel breeds.
The four basic types of gun dogs are featured--retrievers, pointing dogs, versatile breeds and flushing spaniels.
Training Flushing Spaniels The American Way" is a complete and comprehensive guide for lovers of dogs and those who want to acquire one.