Like most hybrid dogs that have not been standardised, Springadors can have varying sizes. They can weigh around 50 to 90 pounds and stand 46 to 61 centimetres, usually bigger than a Springer Spaniel but smaller than a Lab.
In terms of the coat, some Springadors can have the tight hair of the Lab and others can take the longer coat of the Springer Spaniel’s, with dogs having different amount of markings. There could also be feathering on the ears, chest, legs and tail. The Springador usually has a double coat composed of a harsh outer coat that can be straight, wavy or shaggy, and a dense soft undercoat. The breed comes in yellow, black, brown, chocolate, and golden, with or without markings.
Grooming depends on the length of the coat. Short-coated Springadors will do well with a weekly brush and wipe using chamois leather, while longer-coated ones will need more brushing, about two to three times a week. Attention should be given to feathering in the ears, bellies and other parts to avoid tangles and matts. Other grooming regimens include regular brushing of the teeth, cleaning of the ears and trimming of the nails.