The Water Dogs of the Section 3 of the Group 8 from FCI, are breeds that were specifically bred to work in the water while hunting and fishing. In addition to its original use, some of these breeds have become popular family dogs.
The Water Dogs they are usually medium in size, and the different races have quite marked differences in appearance. One characteristic all spaniels have in common is dense fur., between wavy and curly, which tends to show a dark coloration and offers good protection against heat to these water-working dog breeds.
Standard – classification FCI
- Group 8: Retrievers - Flushing Dogs - Water Dogs
- Section 3: Water Dogs.
In this box we will focus on the Water Dogs from the section 3 included in the Group 8 (Retrievers - Flushing Dogs - Water Dogs).
The American Water Spaniel always delivered to work, is obedient and easy to train.
The American Water Spaniel is a breed of
The Barbet they prefer to be in the same room with the family at all times
The Barbet (French water dog) is a French breed
The Frisian Water Dog is - virtually- unknown outside the Netherlands.
The ancestors of Frisian Water Dog also called Wetterhoun to
Today, despite relative popularity with some hunters, the Irish Water Spaniel still not very widespread outside
The Portuguese Water Dog It is a kind and patient breed.
The Portuguese Water Dog It is a breed of dog of the Algarve,
The Romagna Water Dog not suitable for sedentary people or living in the city.
The Lagotto Romagnolo, or “Dog of
The Spanish Water Dog is a faithful dog, obedient, joyful, laborious, courageous and balanced. It is a breed little seen outside of Spain.