The Sprollie’s height ranges from 46-565 cm. Its weight usually ranges from 18-25 kg. As this dog is a crossbreed, its appearance from one pup to another. A single litter of Sprollie puppies, for example, can yield pups of varying colours, patterns, and traits. Despite this, there are characteristics that tend to be common for most, if not all, Sprollies.
Most of this breed has the same feathered, floppy ears that hang down the sides of their faces, close to the cheeks. They also usually have similar coats as their Spaniel parent. Their colours, even the tails, tend to be inherited from their Border Collie ancestor.
The Sprollie head is broad and proportionate to its body, with alert and intelligent eyes. Its nose is either black or brown, and its eyes can be light or dark brown. Its neck is muscular and strong, and its chest is deep. Its athletic build consists of well-developed hindquarters and thighs, muscular loins and straight front legs. Its tail has a slight curve and is never carried over its back. Its paws are oval and have deep pads and arched toes.
Its double coat, which protects it from harsh weather conditions, can be short and smooth or semi-long. Although the Sprollie’s coat colours cover a wide range of hues and patterns, the most common ones are the black and white pattern. The liver and white combination is also common.
The Sprollie’s coat is easy to maintain. A twice weekly brushing is enough to keep its fur in good condition. It sheds throughout the whole year, though.