The cast of The 121st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show - 1997 includes: Lynn Aguire as Herself - Best of Breed - Bloodhound Allan Chambers as Himself - Best of Breed - Belgian Malinois Chet Collier as Himself - Introduction Sharon Deputy as Herself - Best of Breed - Field Spaniel Terry Deputy as Himself - Best of Breed - Field Spaniel Drew DiDonato as Himself - Best of Breed - Springer Spaniel David Frei as himself Joe Garagiola as himself Jenelle Larson as Herself - Best of Breed - Brittany Anne Marie Silverton as Herself - Best of Breed - Border Collie Taffe McFadden as Herself - Best of Breed - English Setter Patricia Nagel as Herself - Best of breed - Irish Setter Margaret Peat as Herself - Best of Breed - Long Haired Dachshund Michelle Soave as Herself - Best of Breed - Parti-Colored Cocker Spaniel Jamie Souza as Herself - Best of Breed - English Cocker Spaniel Timothy Thomas as Himself - Best of Breed - Clumber Spaniel
What breed of spaniel has been selected as the best in show more times than any other breed was the English Cocker spaniel. This is a very family friendly and loyal breed.
# Labrador # English Pointer # Catahoula # Irish Setter # German Short-Haired Pointer # English Setter # Golden Retriever # Chesapeake Bay Retriever # Brittany # Springer Spaniel
king Charles spaniel
I can definitely see some Beagle in both of them - they have the classic ''Hound'' colouration and they look like they may be Beagle sized. However, the long fur on the tail and ruff suggests a breed with longer hair than a Beagle; I would suggest a type of Spaniel with smaller, less Hound-like ears. They seem to bear resemblance to a Brittany Spaniel, which I would not normally suggest because Brittany's aren't that common. However, almost all other Spaniel breeds have much longer, droopier ears that do not coincide with your dogs' neat, triangular ones. The Brittany also has similar colouration and coat length, so it may be worth looking into the Brittany Spaniel as your Dog's may be Brittany X Beagles. This is the closest matching breed that I could find that would give the characteristics we see in your Dogs (very cute by the way). I cannot be certain, but I have tried my best to be accurate. Hope this helps!
The answer is simple...Brittany Spaniels are the best! The Point very well and i am pleased..we have had many hunting dogs and the Brittany was the best..they are a good size, varity of colors, great companion, obidient, they are a five star dog and should be very pleasing!
Basset Hounds they were breed for ground hunting
A rat terrier is the best
The Cocker Spaniel has won the most BiS (Best in Show) titles. The Cocker Spaniel breed has won 8 times already while Welsh Terriers and Irish Setters have each won 4 times only.
Brittany's are outside hunting dogs that need exercise they are also great companions and very friendly.they are very smart and obediant very easy to train
A Cocker-spaniel dog is the best sniffer dog.
There isn't one but Calivier King Charles Spaniel are favoured throughtout the globe
Well it depends on where you are goin huntin. I'm from east Texas and the best duck hunting around here is usually wood duck with an occasional mallard
Ch Felicity's Diamond Jim, an English Springer Spaniel (Best in Show)
The cast of The 120th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show - 1996 includes: Michael Canalizo as Himself - Best of Breed - Afghan Hound David Frei as himself Joe Garagiola as himself Susan Hamil as Herself - Best of Breed - Bloodhound Jane Myers as Herself - Best of Breed - Clumber Spaniel Arlyne Smith as Herself - Best of Breed - Otterhound Joseph Waterman as Himself - Best of Breed - Beagle
Either a Beagle, Blue Healer, or Red Bone.
The cast of The 119th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show - 1995 includes: Michael Canalizo as Himself - Best of Breed - Afghan Hound Jaqueline Carswell as Herself - Best of Breed - Irish Wolfhound James Dok as Himself - Best of Breed - English Setter David Frei as himself Joe Garagiola as himself Ellen Lowdermille as Herself - Best of Breed - Greyhound Jane Myers as Herself - Best of Breed - Clumber Spaniel Jan Schreiber as Himself - Best of Breed - P.B.G.V. Roberta Woodward as Herself - Best of Breed - Longhaired Dachshund
yes and no. they are good dogs, however when they get older, they tend to get mean and cranky. this isn't the case with all, but many that i have seen. so this may not be the best breed if you have a family and young kids.
There are many different types of horses used for hunting. Some of the best hunters are Irish hunters. These are fearless and will attempt almost anything. But you can use most sturdy horses for hunting depending on where you are hunting.
Yes. They are very loyal to their owners. However, it would be best to learn how to respect this breed of dog before playing with him/her.
Most likely Beagles..... French Brittany's are great bird dogs and good family dogs.
IF your gonna buy a hunting do i say go for a bloodhound and a beagle if you want a small dog go for the beagle if you want a big dog go for the bloodhound