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The Spinone is easy going, docile, and affectionate towards both people and dogs. It is well
known for being loving and gentle with children. Its extremely patient nature also helps with
this, but children should be taught not to take advantage of this trait. It is loyal to those it
knows and still friendly to those it does not. The breed is not known for any aggression and
is therefore not a wise choice for somebody looking for an aggressive guard dog.
Centuries of working with man as a hunting companion has created a loyal, intelligent dog
that is easily trained, although some can be stubborn about performing a learned task if they
see no point in it. Because they are sensitive, motivational training works best for this breed,
as this gentle creature's feelings can easily be hurt when handled incorrectly.
The Spinone can be a very active breed, but it is not a racy dog like most other hunting
breeds. The Spinone typically moves at the relaxed trot that is characteristic of the breed. It
has often been called the perfect dog to run or jog with, because it will not run off in front
and leave its human companion struggling to keep up as it prefers the slower pace
itself. It can be more than happy in a small yard and does not necessarily
need acres of land. The small garden combined with regular walks would suit a Spinone well.
In part due to its long beard and lip folds, the Spinone can have a tendency to slobber.
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