KING CHARLES SPANIEL

KING CHARLES SPANIEL

Pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 128a (22. WE. 1964 r.)

General impression. The dog is compact and stocky with fine lines, free and elegant movements.

Head. Massive in the cerebral part (relative …

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL

Pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 136b (2. WE. 1965 r.)

General impression. The dog is alive, graceful, harmoniously built, fearless, with hunting passion, cheerful, about free movements.

Head. Rather flat between the ears, not arched. Edge …

AMERICAN COCKER SPANIEL

AMERICAN COCKER SPANIEL

American standard entered in the FCI register under the number 167 (20. IX. 1965 r.)

Dogs of this breed have become our salon attendants with a well-groomed coat.

Overall impression. The Cocker should give the impression of a working dog with a noble head, …

CLUMBER SPANIEL

CLUMBER SPANIEL

The English pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 109a (6. X. 1966 r.)

General impression. Angular dog, heavy, very massive, but lively, with a "concerned" look”.

Head. Big, angular, massive, the average length, wide at the top, with a pronounced parietal tumor. …

SUSSEX SPANIEL

SUSSEX SPANIEL

The English pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 127b (5. X. 1966 r.)

Dogs of this breed, very characteristic, they are not bred with us.

General impression. Rather massive and muscular, about the freedom of movement and the lively action of the tail.

Head. Harmoniously …

SPRINGER SPANIEL

SPRINGER SPANIEL

The English pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 125a (28. I. 1964 r.)

Breed less popular in Poland, in hunting clubs, however, known and bred, is a Springer Spaniel. It is larger than the cocker and maybe therefore less often kept …

COCKER SPANIEL

COCKER SPANIEL

The English pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 5a (10. IV. 1963 r.)

It is the most popular breed of spaniels.

General impression. Alive, cheerful hunting dog. A Cocker Spaniel should not resemble a larger field spaniel in nor in length, nor low height …

IRISH WATER SPANIEL

IRISH WATER SPANIEL

The English pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 124

The Irish water spaniel is a breed completely different from other spaniels. Its popularity in England is not as great as that of other breeds of this group, probably because of the eccentric …

Spaniele

Spaniele

The spaniel family is quite large. They are all a product of English breeding, and in their home country with a large number of varieties they can satisfy different tastes.

The Polish name of this family of dogs aptly reflects their usefulness - flushing dogs. Hounds and scoundrels as dogs …