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Meet Fin

English Springer Spaniel, 6 Months old

🏠 Suburbs dog
🍷 Lives with adults only

My favourite thing about Fin is...

He is my son's therapy dog and has basically saved his life and gave him a purpose to get up each morning. Fin knows when my son is not having a good day and will sit on his lap, with his head on my sons chest to comfort him, even though he is such a young dog he is amazing. He is a cheeky pup also, he can get his own way just with the tilt of his head or a nudge of his nose.

The biggest challenge with Fin is...

He is very stubborn, if he doesn’t want to go on his bed he will come and sit on someone’s knee or crawl under your legs as if to say “I am sitting so doesn’t matter it’s not on my bed, I am technically doing as I am told” He also jumps in the bath and sit waiting until he is told to get out or we run the bath for him and he lies in the water getting a bath, he cheers us all up and is just the bes

The most surprising thing about owning a English Springer Spaniel is...

Very energetic, stubborn and food driven. Fin also thinks everybody loves him and will try and goto anyone who makes eye contact, but generally everyone does want to make a fuss of him as he is crackers.

What I wish I’d known about English Springer Spaniels is...

How active, stubborn and energetic they are. The are a very intelligent breed, which is amazing but can also be a challenge. Fin sometimes thinks he is the boss.

Did you know?

Springer and Cocker Spaniels used to be the same breed, occurring in the same litters, with the larger puppies being the Springers and the smaller being the Cockers. They were split into separately recognised breeds in 1892 by the Kennel Club of Great Britain.  

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