Get to Know 15 Spaniel Dog Breeds

American Water Spaniel American Water Spaniels are a native of the Upper Midwest's lake country. They love to swim and hunt. They are friendly, happy, curious, and charming. However, they can be aloof around strangers and stubborn. 

Boykin Spaniel The Boykin Spaniel, a medium-sized retrieving and flushing dog, is known for its rich brown color and is eager to please. The Boykin Spaniel was once South Carolina’s most loved housedog and bird dog. 

Brittany Brittany is a versatile and stylish gundog that sportsmen from both sides of the Atlantic love. Brittanys are bright and energetic at home and can be tireless out on the field with their loved ones. 

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cavalier King Charles Spaniel's connection to British history is reflected in the breed's name. Cavaliers combine the best of both worlds: the gentle attentiveness and athleticism of a spaniel with the sporting spaniel. 

Clumber Spaniel The Clumber Spaniel, which is the largest of all the AKC flushing spaniels, is a dignified hunting companion and gentle spirit. The Clumber Spaniel is a gentle and amusing friend who can tolerate some shedding and drooling. 

Cocker Spaniel One of the most beloved breeds in the world is the Cocker Spaniel. With his bright, dreamy eyes, and impish personality, he's a merry, playful and affectionate dog. Although they were originally developed for hunting, Cockers have gained a wide following as companions. 

English Cocker Spaniel English Cocker Spaniel enthusiasts often use the term "merry" when describing their breed. This compact, silky-coated birddog is a popular choice because of his charming personality and irresistible looks. 

English Springer Spaniel An English Springer Spaniel is a charming, sweet-natured bird dog with great energy, stamina and brains. The dual nature of Springers working for sport hunters is a great thing: they can be handsome and gentle pets during the week, but they can also be trusted hunting companions on weekends. 

English Toy Spaniel The English Toy Spaniel, a merry English Toy Spaniel, was created to be the companion of kings. ETS are spaniels and lapdogs first, but beneath their patrician exterior lies the heart of a true doggy dog, bright, loving and eager to please. 

Field Spaniel The gentle and sweet Field Spaniel is known for being sensitive and sweet. However, they are also very active and willing to do anything in the field or play. Although they are not as common as Springer Spaniels or Cocker Spaniels, their charm is immense.