||The Boykin Spaniel was developed in South Carolina for retrieving. This is the State Dog. The breed is good tempered and has few health issues.
||liver or chocolate
||The coat is flat to moderately curly with medium length, fine hair with light feathering acceptable on the legs, feet, ears, chest and belly. A short, straight coat without feathering is acceptable.
||Boykin Spaniels are well behaved, but must be socialized properly from a young age to be good pets.
||Boykin Spaniels are good with other animals and with well behaved children. They must be socialized to get along with both kids and animals.
||This breed should be brushed daily or at least every other day to keep the coat from matting.
||Boykin Spaniels need some basic obedience training. Time should be taken to socialize them to children and other animals.
||Boykin Spaniels need plenty of exercise. They do best with a large yard and frequent walks.
|Country of Origin: