Boykin spaniel


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Boykin spaniel

an American breed, originating in South Carolina as a turkey and waterfowl hunting dog. Medium-sized (30-38 lb), it has a wavy or curly, liver-colored coat.
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The Boykin Spaniel Society was formed in 1977 as both a national breed club and a registry.
While I do not intend to totally remove myself from the business and public arenas, I look forward to spending more time with my wife, Norma, my children, my grandchildren, my church, my hobbies, and my Boykin Spaniel, Brandy.
This litter of Boykin spaniel puppies is owned by Bill and Dawn Crites of Blythwood, SC.
Bailey Kay Bell is an appealing Boykin spaniel owned by Teresa Bell.
Three-month-old Boykin spaniel Buckwheat is a great partner in the woods and at home.
As you can see, Millie, our Boykin spaniel, loves to hunt
I have a Boykin spaniel that attracts burrs like a magnet and they stick seriously tight.
Holly is a five-month-old Boykin Spaniel owned by Eric and Carol Fisher of Bridgeville, Pennsylvania.
He found a small brown curly-coated bitch in a train station, named her "Singo," and bred the two, with such excellent results that these two dogs became the foundation stock for a new breed, which would eventually be called the Boykin spaniel.
IT IS OFTEN said the Boykin spaniel Was developed because hunters in the southeastern U.
A small, canoe-friendly dog that hunts turkeys and fetches ducks, the Boykin spaniel originated in South Carolina.
For dog lovers, this volume chronicles the history of the Boykin spaniel, its distinctive personality, its abilities, and memories from its trainers and owners.