American Water Spaniel

The American Water Spaniel is a gundog breed of dog little known outside North America.
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Weighing 25 to 45 pounds (11 to 20 kg): females usually 25 to 40 lb (11 to 18 kg); males 30 to 45 lb (14 to 20 kg) and standing 15 to 18 inches (38 to 46 cm) in height. They have a curly to marcell coat that is dense and well-suited to resist cold water and inclement weather. The coat's color is liver, brown, or chocolate. (A small amount of white on chest or toes is permissible, and spots become smaller in size as pup grows to adulthood.) The American Water Spaniel (AWS) should have a rocker-shaped tail and be somewhat compact in size with well-proportioned features that give the dog an air of balance. Its head should be broad and spaniel-like with no topknot. Eyes are yellowish brown to brown, hazel or of dark tone and should harmonize with coat. Yellow eyes are a disqualification in the show ring.
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American Water Spaniel Dog Club
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- Breed history and general information, list of rescued dogs up for adoption, club ethics guidelines, calendar of events, photographs, and newsletter articles.


- A regional club centered in the Great Lakes area that offers field training opportunities to American Water Spaniel and other Spaniel breed enthusiasts. Features information on training, field events, articles, and photographs.


- Official description of the breed as provided by the American Kennel Club (AKC).


- How to choose a puppy, training tips, and how to groom the breed.


- Breed information, photographs, pedigrees, and news. Fallbrook, California, United States.


- Features kennel history, photos, profiles of their dogs and show results. Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

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