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French Spaniel

Dog French Spaniel

The French Spaniel is a breed of hunting dog originating from France.

Males generally measure between 56 and 61 cm at the withers, while females measure between 55 and 60 cm. The average weight varies between 18 and 25 kg.

The French Spaniel has a well-proportioned, muscular and compact body. The back is straight, the chest is deep, and the limbs are strong.

The coat is short, dense and flat. Coat color can be white with brown or black markings. Some individuals may have speckled spots.

The head is proportionate to the rest of the body, with a slightly rounded skull. The muzzle is of medium length, and the stop is moderately defined.

The eyes are medium sized, almond shaped, dark in color. They have an alert and intelligent expression.

The ears are set high, triangular in shape, and are often carried raised. They may be speckled with spots of color.

The French Spaniel is renowned for its friendly, intelligent and energetic temperament. He is an active dog who likes to be involved in family activities. It is a faithful and affectionate companion, well adapted to family life. As a hunting dog, he has excellent scent and is able to adapt to different types of terrain.

This breed has moderate to high exercise needs. She benefits from mentally and physically stimulating activities, such as hunting, hiking or interactive games.

The French Spaniel is generally a healthy breed. As with all breeds, he may be prone to certain health conditions, including eye problems and ear conditions due to his floppy ears.

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