THE SPANISH WATER DOG
The Perro de Agua Español or Turco Andaluz is an ancient breed of the Iberian Peninsula. Used in the north on fishing vessels to fetch dropped catch and in the south as an all-around farm dog and determined herder, dogs in both areas were additionally used to hunt upland game and water fowl.
Although ancient, the breed was only recognized as a native breed in Spain in the 1980's.
Temperamentally, Spanish Water Dogs are devoted and highly trainable companions. Most SWDs require a job in life from competitive venues to finding the car keys. They can be protective of house and home.
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As a serious preservation kennel, we at Ariosa breed each litter with great forethought and purpose. We average fewer than one litter per year. We chose not to breed during COVID. As a rustic herding breed, Spanish Water Dogs require ongoing socialization.
In the past four years we have had only one litter. This year we are planning on two spring litters!
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