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Clumber Spaniel

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clumber spaniel

Clumber Spaniels are steady and quiet and usually adapt well to city life. These dogs have a tendency to be lazy and gain weight, so regular exercise is a must. Clumber Spaniels usually form a strong bond with one person, but they get along well with children and other pets. These dogs are too calm to be playful.

Cocker Spaniel

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cocker spaniel
A Cocker Spaniel with a sound temperament is one of the sweetest, most loving breeds of dog. Happy, trusting, intelligent and gentle, with large, soulful eyes, the Cocker Spaniel is utterly endearing. His devotion to play is matched only by his devotion to his owners. These are naturally curious dogs who thrive on being included in everything that goes on around them. Cockers are intelligent dogs and love pleasing their owners.

Chesapeake Bay Retriever

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chesapeake bay retriever
Today's Chesapeake Bay Retriever ("Chessie") is as constitutionally "tough" as his forebears, able to hunt in harsh conditions and deliver for the hunter. This tenacity can be intimidating to inexperienced dog owners. For those who can handle a dog with a mind of his own, the Chessie makes an exceptional sporting companion. He is intelligent and affectionate with his family and can be very protective of them.


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Easy to handle and train, the Brittany is extremely companionable. This happy and alert dog is always ready for some fun and frolic. He is soft hearted and sensitive at home and an intense and tireless hunter in the field. He is best behaved when his family takes him out often.
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