American Water Spaniel

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Learn about the temperament and personality of the American Water Spaniel. Discover what he's like to live with, his traits and characteristics and how he generally behaves. And look at lots of American Water Spaniel photos.

American Water Spaniel
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American Water Spaniel Temperament

The State Dog of Wisconsin, the American Water Spaniel, was bred to be a companion as well as a retriever. This is an athletic, active, and energetic dog who loves his daily exercise. They need to be kept busy in order to work off some of their energy. Though they are great all-around hunting dogs, they also enjoy runs in the park, swimming, playing in the backyard, obedience training, and agility work. He needs to exercise his brain as well, as he bores easily, and if gets bored, he can be destructive. He is a very vocal dog and can be quite the little barker, but training can help with this. He is intelligent, eager to please, and responds well to obedience training. He is a happy, friendly, tenacious, outgoing dog who loves to be the center of attention.

American Water Spaniel Training

The American Water Spaniel is moderately easy to train. He learns new commands at the average rate. He is neither difficult nor easy to train.

American Water Spaniel Shedding

The American Water Spaniel sheds a fair amount of hair. You'll find hair stuck to your couch, carpets, clothes and everything else in your home.

American Water Spaniel Grooming

The medium-length coat of the American Water Spaniel requires brushing a few times a week to keep it tangle-free.

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