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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During the weeks search for turtles, students worked with a unique partner, the Boykin Spaniel, a dog breed that has an uncanny ability to sniff out turtles.
That the post-game show will draw massive ratings isn't in doubt - CBS could air footage of Colbert's Boykin Spaniel napping for an hour and keep at least 10 million Super Bowl viewers.
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.
Her dog, Fudge, a 10-year-old Boykin spaniel, always accompanied Meyer when she went to work, and she loved to tell stories about the pet.
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Back in June, my wife and I drove up into the heart of Nebraska to pick up Lou, our 13-week-old Boykin Spaniel.
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The Boykin spaniel, quivering with intensity, egg-stepped to her side.