How many puppies does a Boykin Spaniel have?
|Height||15-18 inches (38-46 cm)|
|Weight||25-40 pounds (11-18 kg)|
|Litter Size||5-7 puppies|
What is the mix of a Boykin Spaniel?
Boykin crossbred several breeds of hunting dogs—including Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Springer Spaniels, Cocker Spaniels, and American Water Spaniels—to develop the Boykin Spaniel as it’s known today. But according to local lore, it all started with a mixed-breed spaniel named Dumpy.
Are Boykin spaniels AKC registered?
Breed Traits & Characteristics The Boykin Spaniel was recognized as a breed by the AKC in 2009.
How much is a registered Boykin Spaniel?
Boykin Spaniel Price Boykins are being sold for around $650 to $1,200 online by reputable AKC registered breeders at AKC Marketplace. At Puppyfind.com, the price can even reach up to $1,500.
What two dogs made a Boykin Spaniel?
This breed is only one of two US-made breeds named for the family responsible for their creation. In Boykin’s hands the little stray developed into a superb turkey dog and waterfowl retriever. This dog became the foundation stock for the Boykin spaniel.
Are Boykin spaniel hypoallergenic?
Are there any Boykin Spaniels available for sale?
No puppies are available. Breeders of Merit are denoted by level in ascending order of: Standard, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. This breeder… education. Championship title. No puppies are available. club. Championship title. club. NEW!
How is cardiac function determined for a Boykin Spaniel?
General cardiac functionality is determined using a stethoscope; the doctor may determine that an ultrasound (echocardiogram) is needed for conclusive results. Provided free by the recognized regional Boykin spaniel clubs. BSS members and dog owners are reminded that the test results must be submitted to the OFA to be eligible for reimbursement.
What kind of vet should I See for my Boykin?
Best outcomes are when the x-rays are performed by a specialty veterinarian. Ask your regular vet to recommend, or ask your regional Boykin spaniel club president (find contact information on www.boykinspaniel.org)
What should I do if my Boykin Spaniel has arthritis?
Ask your regular vet to recommend, or ask your regional Boykin spaniel club president (find contact information on www.boykinspaniel.org) Proper development of the hip joint socket and ball, and the fit of the ball into the socket. Improper development causes sporadic or permanent lameness, and arthritis as the dog reaches middle age.
Is the litter of a Boykin Spaniel recorded?
Your Boykin spaniel should be recorded in Boykin spaniel history. The Boykin Spaniel Registry records every registration from every dog that has been produced from the original 677 Foundation Stock dogs. Your pups litter has been recorded but each pup’s information in that litter is blank when you do not register your pup.
What kind of dog is a Boykin Spaniel?
GENERAL DESCRIPTION – The Boykin Spaniel is medium in size, sturdy and typically spaniel. He is first and foremost a hunting dog with proven retrieving and flushing abilities characterized by boundless enthusiasm and endurance, moderate speed and agility. Being intelligent and possessing a great desire to please make the Boykin easy to train.
How long does it take to register a Boykin Spaniel?
There is no time limit for registration of an individual dog when you have that BSS blue dog registration paper. Please, complete it and mail it in and record your dog in Boykin spaniel history. They deserve to be remembered.
Is the Boykin Spaniel Society still in business?
Boykin family members are still involved with the Boykin Spaniel Society serving on the board of directors and on board committees. We want to give you some reasons why you should register your dog with the Society regardless of what your plans are for your little brown dog.