Right after the beginnings of century 20, in Spartanburg, Carolina of the South, Alexader White saw small spaniel brown vagando near the local church. The dog seemed to be vagabond, so it decided to take it to house. It discovered that the dog had a great ability to hunt. Alexander gave the dog to his companion of hunting L. Whitaker Boykin. The dog was a male who was appointed like Dumpty. The chaste Boykin Spaniel has evolved of that unit with you cross the American Spaniel, Springer Spaniel, Pointer and the Chesapeake Bay Retriever. The Boykin is very popular between the dogs of hunting in the south of the United States.
The Boykin has the type of head of spaniel. The tail is clipped. The impermeable coat is waved or curling, but also the smooth coat is accepted. Color: brown chestnut tree or. The Boykin is greater than the Cocker Spaniel, with small and raised ears but, covered with a length and wave hair.