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The team exercised a dozen dogs, from Spaniels and Staffies to Huskies and Akitas, as well as donating dogs food and treats.
MOST POPULAR DOG BREEDS 2005-2014 BY AREA Breed and Number of dogs as a % of all dogs registered since 2005 NE postcode 1) Retriever (Labrador) 17% 2) Spaniel (Cocker) 8.
Cocker spaniels came second, accounting for 8% of dogs registered over the same period of time.
O'Connor, it wasn't John McGonigle's intention to suggest that spaniels are incapable of making retrieves of 50 yards or more; they certainly are capable if making long retrieves and are sometimes called upon to do so, as in the case of a crippled, running pheasant.
Famous dog owners include Andy Murray, who has two border terriers, Maggie May and Rusty, and Prince William and Kate who have a cocker spaniel, Lupo.
Victim recovery/blood detection - Labrador or English springer Spaniel
Staff at Dogs Trust Merseyside say she is a typical spaniel with lots of energy.
Fern, a one-year-old puppy, was taken from the Ferrier family farm while playing outside with their other dogs, mongrel Megan, springer spaniel Cilla and collie Trio.
Many years and miles since have brought us an American Cocker spaniel named Carson.
London, February 12 ( ANI ): A family has model and actress Elizabeth Hurley to thank after being reunited with their two missing cocker spaniel pups.
Breed scheme manager Dave Raymond said: "These are the only spaniel pups born through our in-house breed and training scheme this year so it's an exciting time for us.
The worst cases included a family of shih tzus left in a cardboard box at the side of the road, a Staffordshire bull terrier puppy who was left locked in a cupboard for most of her life and a severely neglected spaniel puppy with a skin condition.