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Warren is a member of the
Boykin Spaniel Society
Silver Breeder Program
This is a breeder who's 100% committed to a selective breeding requirement of "All animals selected for breeding shall be in good health".  His or her dog (dogs) will never be mated unless both dogs have been screened for inheritable disease transfer to their puppies. 
This is a breeder who's 100% committed to a selective breeding requirement of "All animals selected for breeding shall be in good health".  His or her dog (dogs) will never be mated unless both dogs have been screened for inheritable disease transfer to their puppies. 
Meet the Boykin Spaniel
Boykin Spaniels are medium-sized spaniels, larger and rangier than Cockers but more compact than Springers. The breed’s hallmark is a beautiful solid-brown coat. Colors range from a rich liver to a luscious chocolate. The large, feathery ears hang close to the cheeks, setting off an expression of soulful intelligence. Boykin Spaniels move with the effortless and balanced gait typical of durable gundogs. Bred to work the lakes and swamps of their native South Carolina, web-toed Boykins can swim like seals.
THE HISTORY
The Boykin Spaniel carries a unique set of credentials that no other breed of canine can honestly claim. He is a dog originally bred by South Carolina hunters. He was developed initially as the ideal dog for hunting wild turkeys in the Wateree River Swamp during the early 1900s and now beautifully adapts to the dove fields, the duck marshes and the home fires of his modern-day masters. Most individual Boykin Spaniels have a special personality and enthusiastic field ability that no other dog can match.
THE BOYKIN SPANIEL SOCIETY ® website
http://boykinspaniel.org