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apt to rebel against attempts to undergo field training. For those that will hunt, expect a close working dog that moves at a fast trot rather than running speed. They do have a highly developed sense of smell. Generally, they are thorough hunters intent on checking out every shrub or clump of grass - with good stamina, and an excellent memory. Larry illustrates this by saying that they will often remember every spot where they've found game in the past - even as long ago as the previous year.

The Welsh Springer Spaniel may not be considered a good choice for the serious hunter. However, if a slower-paced companion for the occasional hunter is appealing - or your interests in a spaniel are strictly pet oriented, a Welsh Springer Spaniel may suit you well.

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Loretta Baughan

Loretta Baughan resides near Merrill, Wisconsin, with her husband, Steve, and their three children. They raise and hunt English Springer Spaniels under the Autumnskye prefix. She is a member of the UKC Flushing Breeds Hunt Test committee, the Tilden Valley English Springer Spaniel Club, and Northeast Wisconsin Spaniel Club.

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