•French Brittany Spaniel
•Just come into her first season
•Breedline is working dogs (tail is cut)
•Wormed and flead
•Up to date with injections
•Will come with harness, lead and collar
•Lovely, excitable, child-friendly dog
•Bought her during lockdown 2020, as lockdowns are lifting and work commitments coming back into play, I unfortunately have no time to take proper care of her and give her the time she needs. She loves long walks and she’s fine to be let off her lead for a run about, good recall.
•Loves to play with rope and play tug of war
•Available to meet and view, covid restrictions apply
•Was really hesitant to sell but she deserves more than I can give her
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The Spaniel breed’s exact origin is unknown but they are believed to have originated in Spain in the 14th century. Bred to hunt, flush, and fetch game animals, the Spaniel became a hunter’s trusty companion.
The symbiotic relationship between dogs and humans can be dated back to thousands of years. With that period of time, studies reveal that dogs have evolved along with humans. They now have the capability to empathise with humans through body language as well as facial expressions.