Central Indiana Kennel Club
Field Spaniels resemble Cocker Spaniels but are longer and a bit larger. The distinctive glossy coat is either black or some shade of liver, or combinations of the two. They stand 17 or 18 inches at the shoulder and should present the picture of well-balanced, moderately proportioned hunting companions. The long, feathery ears frame a facial expression conveying a gentle intelligence. Field Spaniel movement appears effortless, with a majestic stride characteristic of the breed.
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