English Springer Spaniels Family Raised | AKC Registered

 
 
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English Springer Spaniels Family Raised | AKC Registered

Family-Raised AKC English Springer Spaniels

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Jeremy with Princess Pepper, 2003

The Brinkley Family welcomes you to our website and a glimpse of the blessing it is to own and raise English Springer Spaniels.

We have been Springer fans and owners for over 35 years now.  We love the breed and believe you will too. The English Springer Spaniel’s temperament, nature and character make it an ideal family and companion dog.

Why an AKC English Springer Spaniel is Perfect for Your Family…

The English Springer Spaniel is known for its medium-sized, well-proportioned body, moderately long, silky coat and long, pendant ears. Their big, beautiful eyes call you to play or rest and its medium size makes it the perfect indoor pet for the entire family. They are a balanced dog with a gentle expression and a friendly wagging tail. The Springer’s coat colors can be liver/white, black/white, liver/white/tri and black/white/tri.  The tri color typically shows as gold over the eyes, sides of the muzzle and under the tail.

Springers have been an integral part of our family experience for the last 35 years. We learned how to be parents with these furry beauties and, later, raised our children alongside them.  Our Springers are show-bred, the ones you see in the in the dog shows. They make amazing companion dogs. They are not hyper but are ready to go when you go and rest when you rest. They love to please and enjoy your company as much as you will enjoy theirs.

If you have a dog for companionship, they should be able to live with you in your home. This medium-sized, compact dog is a perfect fit for indoor and outdoor living. While indoors, larger breeds require special accommodations so that they may co-exist with their people.  Smaller breeds, on the other hand, have to be watched so they do not fall under foot. Okay, yes, we are biased! We find the Springer to be the perfect size. They enjoy the indoors and outdoors.  When indoors, they do not take up too much space or get lost under a pile of laundry! Their tails are docked (at 2-3 days after birth by our Vet); so, you won’t have a hot cup of coffee or special arrangement knocked off your coffee table.