The Sprocker’s size is generally dependent on it parents’ size. As such, its height can range from 40-51 cm. Its weight ranges from 14-20 kg.
Inheriting its handsome and proud looks from both its parent breeds, the Sprocker Spaniel has an athletic appearance. It has a well-proportioned head and wide-set eyes that look bright and alert. Its ears, like its parents, are long, covered in hair, and droopy. Its muzzle is wide and its nose colour matches that of its coat.
Its body is muscular and strong, with well-developed loins and powerful hindquarters. Its rear legs, which propel it forward powerfully, is well-developed and strong. Its feet are rather broad and well-padded.
The Sprocker’s coat comes in a wide array of colours and combinations, just like the ones on Springer or Cocker Spaniels. Most Sprocker Spaniels are black, though some have a bit of white or are chocolate all throughout. Black and white Sprockers are also common. Its hair length and texture also vary, although it is usually smooth. The fur on its head and ears are rather longer than those on other parts of its body.
Being an active breed, this dog needs to be groomed regularly to keep its coat tangle- and debris-free.