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Field Spaniel puppies and dogs

If you're looking for a Field Spaniel, Adopt a Pet can help you find one near you. Use the search tool below and browse adoptable Field Spaniels!

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What is a Field Spaniel?

Field Spaniel traits

Fieldie, Field
Sporting
17-18 inches
35-50 pounds
10-12 years
Field Spaniel characteristics
Lifespan
5 yrs 20 yrs
Grooming needs
Occasionally Frequently
Good with kids
Needs lots of supervision Ready to play
Good with cats
Likely to chase Hey, new pal!
Training aptitude
Headstrong Eager to please
Full-grown size
Teeny tiny Super size
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We don't see any Field Spaniels available for adoption in your exact location right now, but here are Field Spaniels in cities close to Beverly Hills, California

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Phantom

Field Spaniel

Male, 3 yrs 4 mos
Yorba Linda, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Phantom is a young dog (3 years) who has a beautiful spotted roan coat and requires minimal grooming for a spaniel type dog. He is very playful and loves toys. Mostly he would love just having a person to hang out with at home, couch buddies. He has grown up in a large group of dogs. He is very sweet with people, but can be submissive . He would do best in an adult home or with older respectful children and would probably be happy with a female dog around to keep him company. He does need training as he has not been a house pet, but he is crate trained and would probably easily transition to indoor living. Someone with patience and dog training skills would be preferred as he would benefit from some obedience training. We are not in a hurry to place him, but think he would be happier in a smaller pack with more attention being given to him. .
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