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Deda   manchester uk, MS

9/9/2010 7:45:28 AM

my new ess pup (8wks)loves to play with toys chasing and biting them often growling .She however continues this hard play with me and tries to bite me .I say no and walk away however I am not too sure whether this is aggression or a naivity ion my pup.When i say no and leave the area on my return to her some time later she seems to know and remains gentle however she soon begins again.is this common? and what is it in a pup so young? Is this deliberate agression or her not being able to differentiate? Does anyone have a similar problem?

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Barbara   Chicago Suburb, IL

9/12/2007 9:42:50 AM

also you can look up the UK ESS website at http://www.englishspringer.org/

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Barbara   Chicago Suburb, IL

9/7/2007 12:35:51 PM

Check out the English Springer Spaniel Field Trial Association (ESSFTA) for the best Springer information http://www.essfta.org/

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Barbara   Chicago Suburb, IL

8/14/2007 9:50:56 PM

Really disappointed with the advise! I have owned springers since 1980.

Ear care #1!


Training never use any "harsh" training with any
breed!

I know Monica Bowers and I cannot believe she would say something like that about the breed!

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hyeyong   clinton, MI

3/24/2007 10:37:54 AM

your articales are amazing.do you people know anything about cats ?there also a big passion of mine.do you know a spriger can grow as much hair as you would grow in about 90years of your life time in approximently one year.?-hyeyoung kim

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justin   chicago, IL

3/24/2007 10:28:51 AM

this artical shows good advice but usally english springer spaniels are thin the time when you think your dog is obesese its probably just his fur growing to long and just means you have to give your dog a hair cut or so i heard from my dearest friend so this is my commet.-justin timberlong

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justin   chicago, IL

3/24/2007 10:28:44 AM

this artical shows good advice but usally english springer spaniels are thin the time when you think your dog is obesese its probably just his fur growing to long and just means you have to give your dog a hair cut or so i heard from my dearest friend so this is my commet.-justin timberlong

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justin   chicago, IL

3/24/2007 10:28:36 AM

this artical shows good advice but usally english springer spaniels are thin the time when you think your dog is obesese its probably just his fur growing to long and just means you have to give your dog a hair cut or so i heard from my dearest friend so this is my commet.-justin timberlong

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