SPANADORS

The Spanador is a lively, affectionate, and loving cross between a Cocker Spaniel and a Labrador.

The cocker spaniel is an affectionate, intelligent, and loyal breed, originally established in the UK. They make a clever and happy-go-lucky addition to their households. They’re considered to be a medium-size dog; standing at an average 38cm and weighing around 13kgs. Coat colour in a cocker spaniel can range from black to gold with other variations of roan and chocolate.

Labradors are good-natured, loving, and hard-working. They’re considered a large dog, standing at 60cm tall and weighing over 30kg. They’re a trainable and high-energy dog. They come in a range of colours including chocolate, gold, and black.

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SUITABILITY

Due to their larger size and high energy nature, Spanadors make a fantastic buddy for people with an active lifestyle. They’re most comfortable in a home that has a backyard and they need regular walks and playtime. As very friendly and outgoing puppies they’re typically quite willing to accept and get to know other dogs, people and pets.

COAT

Spanadors have a straight coat and will shed. They come in a range of colours similar to that of a Cocker Spaniel, including golden, chocolate, and black.

SIZE AND WEIGHT

Spanadors are a medium-size dog, they’re around 45-50cm in height at the shoulder and they weigh about 18-25kg.

TEMPERAMENT

Spanadors are loving, intelligent, and playful puppies. Like both Spaniels and Labradors, they’re intelligent and eager-to-please. This makes them very responsive to training, but as long as they’re a recognized and appreciated member of the family they’ll be happy. Spanadors are outgoing and reasonably high-energy dogs that thrive in new environments and experiences.

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