WELSH SPRINGER SPANIEL
The constitution of the Springer Welsh Spaniel would have to be almost square, meaning that the length of the dog would have to be a little greater than the height to cruzes of the dog. Nevertheless, some dogs can be squared, and now this it does not penalize in a canine exhibition whenever the height never is greater than the length. In some countries the tail is cut generally and the claws are removed.
The eyes would have to be brown in color, yellow eyes happen sometimes but they are not acceptable for the canine exhibitions. The slightly plumadas ears are pendulums and. The nostrils or are developed and are black or any tonality of brown; a pink nose severely penalizes in the standard of the American Kennel Club for canine exhibition, in the United Kingdom it is a recognized type (and probably original). A bite as the one of scissors is preferred.
The Springer Welsh Spaniel originally was called the Welsh Spaniel, but also Cocker Welsh Spaniel was called. It was recognized by the Canine Club, after the race secured the popularity, in 1902 under the name Springer Welsh Spaniel.  Before, had presented/displayed next to the Springer English Spaniel. It had transferred to the United States during the end of century XIX and was recognized by the American Canine Club in 1906.
Some experts think that the Springer Welsh Spaniel and the Spaniel Britain share the same ancestry.