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Huddersfield Town Task team volunteers pictured out exercising dogs, from spaniels and staffies to huskies and akitas
The statistics, which were released to coincide with The Kennel Club's Discover Dogs event this week, show that the Labrador is the most popular dog breed in the UK followed by the cocker spaniel and the springer spaniel.
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.
The second most popular breed is the cocker spaniel, closely is the cocker spaniel, closely followed in third place by followed in third place by the springer spaniel.
And while spaniels could be "loud, vocal animals when excited" they were mainly "agreeable" and "polite" dogs at home.
Fern looks almost identical to Lupo and we've spoken the endless dog charities and police who tell us the same story - that demand for cocker spaniels is outstripping supply because of the popularity of Lupo.
Meet him at 1st Avenue Shelter and find out why the British were so smitten with spaniels.
Toy breeds (396): Affenpinschers 7, Brussels Griffons 10, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels 34, Chihuahuas (Long Coat) 20, Chihuahuas (Smooth Coat) 33, Chinese Cresteds 40, English Toy Spaniels (Blenheim & Prince Charles) 5, English Toy Spaniels (King Charles & Ruby) 7, Havanese 26, Italian Greyhounds 21, Japanese Chins 11, Maltese 13, Manchester Terriers (Toy) 7, Miniature Pinschers 10, Papillons 19, Pekingese 12, Pomeranians 21, Poodles (Toy) 10, Pugs 34, Shih Tzu 17, Silky Terriers 6, Toy Fox Terriers 9, Yorkshire Terriers 24.
Springer spaniels are trained by the force as search dogs.
Another claims that they crossed field spaniels with curly-coats.
Cassie joins the abandoned and neglected cocker spaniels who find their way into loving hands.
It is usual for us to have upwards of 20 labradors, spaniels and retrievers in the field.