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Epagneul Nain Continental

History

The Epagneul Nain Continental, also known as the Continental Dwarf Spaniel, is a dog breed that originated in France. The breed originated in the 17th century by crossing English Toy Spaniels and French Spaniels. The Epagneul Nain Continental became popular with the French aristocracy for its small size and good company.

In the 1920s, the breed became popular again, but this time with the wider public. It was then mainly bred as a companion dog and the breed then got its current appearance.

Character

The Epagneul Nain Continental is a lively and cheerful dog who likes to be close to his owner. They are real companion dogs that get along well with children and other pets. They are very smart and learn new tricks quickly.

By nature they are affectionate, loyal and friendly towards strangers. This makes them excellent family dogs. The Epagneul Nain Continental can be vigilant, and sometimes barks when someone is at the door.

Health

In general, the Epagneul Nain Continental is a healthy breed. Like all dog breeds, there are some health issues to be aware of. For example: heart problems, breathing problems, and eye diseases. That's why it's important to have your dog checked by a vet on a regular basis.

It is also important to give your dog a balanced diet and to give him sufficient exercise. This reduces the risk of health problems.

Care

The Epagneul Nain Continental is a small dog with a long, silky coat. The coat requires regular grooming to prevent tangles and to keep the coat from getting too long. This can lead to skin problems and other health problems. It is recommended to brush your dog at least once a week.

In addition, you should check and clean your dog's ears regularly to prevent ear infections. Trim your dog's nails as needed and give him regular baths to keep his coat clean.

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