Often people are looking for a bubbly, fun, and loving pet that will brighten up their life, especially if they are living alone and feel a little bit lonely.
Springer Spaniels and many of their mixes can be just the right choice if you are also looking for an energetic and active doggo.
English Springer Spaniels have been recognized by the American Kennel Club as one of the most popular Spaniel breeds, which also makes them a popular choice when it comes to crossbreeding.
The bigger the choice, the more difficult it is to choose the perfect match for your personality and lifestyle that will fit well into your family, but there is bound to be one.
To help you, we have gathered the most important information about all the Springer Spaniel mixes. Hopefully, while you read this, you will be able to find what you are looking for.
Well, what are we waiting for? Let’s quickly jump to the important stuff and present you with a guide to the 29 most adorable Springer Spaniel mixes!
A Guide To Adorable Springer Spaniel Mixes
Springer Spaniels are intelligent and exciting, but also friendly and loving dogs that have a lifespan of twelve to fourteen years. So, it is to be expected that their crossbreeds are going to be the same, if not even better.
Lately, designer dogs have become a lot more popular due to the possibility of combining the most desirable traits of two breeds and creating the best of both worlds — a unique blend that can be exactly what you are looking for.
However, since this is sometimes a mix of two completely different dog breeds, the appearance and the personality can vary enormously, even within the same litter.
Unfortunately, Springer Spaniel mixes can suffer from health issues like eye conditions or hip dysplasia, so you should be careful about that.
That being said, let’s skip to the good part and see what English Springer Spaniel mixes there are!
1. Sprocker Spaniel: English Springer Spaniel X Cocker Spaniel
Photo from: @daisy.sprocker
You know the situation when you just can’t decide which one out of two things to get, and you have to find the best solution that has the best of both worlds?
Well, that would be the Sprocker Spaniel — a Cocker Spaniel mix that is perhaps one of the most famous Spaniel mixes.
These dogs have had the reputation of being excellent gun dogs for many years now, prompting breeders to engage in crossbreeding these two Spaniel breeds.
This is a dog with really high energy and a sense of adventure, but one that is also extremely charming, loyal, intelligent, and lovable.
Most of the time their coat is smooth with longer hair, but they can sometimes sport a bit of curly hair. Usually, Sprocker colors are black, chocolate, and liver with white markings.
They are perfect for younger and more active families and would do best in households that have a lot of space inside and outside.
Generally, they are good with children and other pets, and if you take some time to socialize them properly, they will be perfect family dogs.
2. King Springer: English Springer Spaniel X Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Photo from: @haydenkiss87
King Springers are a mix of Springers and Cavaliers. Some might even say double trouble, especially because of their name, but this is far from true since this mixed breed is actually less energetic and more delicate and elegant.
Since they have slightly lower energy levels, they will probably be better for families that are not that active or have younger children. Don’t worry; they are great with kids. They are also smaller dogs if you are up for a miniature Springer Spaniel mix.
Their coat is usually smooth and soft but can sometimes be wavy. Their long, floppy ears and cute, round eyes will melt your heart as soon as you meet them. I’m sure you will not be able to resist these sweet pooches.
Although we have said that they are a little bit less energetic, you have to remember that they still have some Springer blood in them and will require a significant amount of exercise.
3. Brittany Springer: English Springer Spaniel X Brittany Spaniel
Photo from: @jeremygardevosanimaux.13210
Are you looking for a Springer mix that has all the great qualities of the Spaniel breed? If this is the case, a Brittany Springer might be the perfect choice for you.
They will be tall dogs for sure, given the amazing long legs of the Brittany Spaniel. They are also slim and elegant dogs with a coat that can come in any color of either parent (white and orange, roan, black and white, etc.).
One thing is guaranteed — their hunting skills will mean they are energetic dogs that need a lot of exercise.
It is important to provide them with activities, exercise, and playtime. If they don’t have the opportunity to blow off steam, they will be bored dogs, and bored doggos are often prone to destructive behavior – no one wants that.
4. Springador: English Springer Spaniel X Labrador Retriever
Photo from: @buddy_thecrazyspringador
Labradors are definitely one of the most loved dog breeds out there, and when you combine them with Springer Spaniels, you get even more lovable, loyal, and affectionate pups.
What makes them so desirable is their unconditional loyalty to their humans. They were born to please, and take this mission very seriously. Springadors are so cute you won’t be able to resist them, believe me!
Springadors or Labradingers are super-friendly dogs that enjoy company and make great family dogs. Just keep in mind that they don’t like being left alone for too long.
Other than that, they are super-smart and easy to train, not to mention active dogs that need a lot of exercise.
When it comes to looks, they combine the best of both breeds, making them sooo adorable. Usually, they come in black, brown, and yellow colors and have those super cute, floppy ears.
5. Spangold Retriever: English Springer Spaniel X Golden Retriever
Photo from: @laylathelovelyspangold
I don’t think there is a single person who hasn’t heard of Golden Retrievers since they are probably one of the most well-known dogs out there. So, the fact that they are also mixed with Springer Spaniels doesn’t surprise at all.
These two dogs make pooches with the sweetest nature. They are absolutely adorable doggies with friendly, loyal, and affectionate personalities — an absolute treat to have as a family pet.
They are great watchdogs, but you have to know that they will bark at people they don’t recognize or when they sense danger.
Spangold Retrievers have a medium-length coat that comes in the various colors of their parent breeds, and they usually have cute wavy hair around their neck and belly.
If you are looking for a mixture of energy, cuteness, and calmness, this mixed-breed dog may be exactly what you are searching for. Definitely check them out.
6. Sprollie: English Springer Spaniel X Border Collie
Photo from: @dapperdogozzy
If you want a dog that looks good but is also super smart, a Sprollie or Border Springer will not disappoint you.
Border Collies are said to be one of the smartest breeds of dog, so you can expect your Collie mix to be easy to train and quick to learn new tricks. However, they need a lot of exercise or some tasks to do.
Their appearance may vary, but usually, they will have black, brown, and white coloring and silky, soft fur.
Other than sweet looks, Sprollies will also have equally sweet personalities — they are playful, loving, and obedient dogs that crave attention and love.
They also have great working and hunting genes, which means they need a lot of exercise to keep them happy and healthy.
7. Spreagle: English Springer Spaniel X Beagle
Photo from: @bluethespeagle
If you haven’t noticed an ear pattern by now you will definitely see it when looking at this beautiful mix. Most Springer Spaniel mixes have large, floppy ears, and Spreagles are not an exception.
They might be active pups but also enjoy spending time with their humans just chilling or cuddling on the sofa. Spreagles are friendly, cheerful, and intelligent but also very affectionate and gentle.
Regarding their appearance, besides the floppy ears, they have a black nose that has great scent instincts and beautiful brown and hazel eyes that will melt your heart. Their coat is silky and usually comes in black, chocolate, and white colors.
They have also proved to be a bit independent, which sometimes can make them difficult to train. To counteract this, make sure they receive a lot of physical and mental stimulation.
8. Springer Pit: English Springer Spaniel X American Pitbull Terrier
Photo from: @bearthespringerpit
It would be such a pity not to mention these adorable Springer Pitties. Even though they are not that common, our list would be definitely incomplete without them. These medium-sized dogs are extremely loyal and friendly.
They can be a little sensitive and overly attached to their owners, which can result in developing separation anxiety. On the other hand, they are good with children, which is what most families are looking for.
They have muscular bodies with strong legs just like their Pitbull parent breed and, of course, what else other than large, floppy ears. Kind eyes are just another adorable feature that will steal your heart.
These mixes can come in a variety of colors, such as brown, black, white, cream, and many more. No matter what, you shouldn’t be scared of getting a Pitbull mix; they might surprise you with how sweet, and friendly they can be.
9. Springer Russell: English Springer Spaniel X Russell Terrier
Photo from: @tahra_obrien
As this is a Russell Terrier mix, you can definitely expect an energetic dog with a high prey drive. Even though the Spaniel gene will help tone it down a little bit, they are still really active dogs that require a lot of exercise.
Due to their high energy and hunting instincts, early socialization and training are essential for this breed.
Since they are a smaller dog breed though, they are suitable for homes with limited space, provided that you take them out regularly. Make sure you remember to keep them on the leash.
They have a petite frame but a muscular body and can be quite fast, especially if they see something that can be their prey. This is why you need to be careful when going for a walk with them if there are other animals around.
If you don’t mind the active energy, you are in for a cheeky dog that will make your life more fun and a happier place to be.
10. English Bull Springer: English Springer Spaniel X English Bulldog
Photo from: @harley_englishbullspringer
This is one of the strangest mixes out there because of how different these two purebreds are. But in the end, it works, creating a cute and chubby pup that will have significantly less energy than its Springer parent.
They can inherit either the short and fine hair from their Bulldog parent or a curly coat. The same goes for coat colors which can vary from dog to dog but are usually brown, black, white, or tan.
English Bull Springers are wonderful companion dogs that have a docile, sweet, and laid-back nature.
Because of the Springer gene, they will need some exercise, however, you should be careful since Bulldogs are known to have health problems (Brachycephalic dog health issues) that can be passed down to this mix also.
Other than that, they are really gentle souls that love nothing more than to live a harmonious and happy life with their family.
11. Dalmatian Springer: English Springer Spaniel X Dalmatian
Photo from: @
If you are looking for a dog with an interesting coat pattern, then this is the perfect dog for you.
We all know which dog is known for their black and white dots — Dalmatians of course – so there’s a big chance that a Dalmatian Springer will also sport this fun coat pattern.
They usually have soft coats with little feathery moments around the ears, chest, or belly.
They can either have large and floppy ears or small triangular ears but will always have a muscular body type that is usually larger than purebred Springer Spaniels.
Although they can sometimes be aloof with strangers due to their Dalmatian genes, most of the time they are affectionate and well-behaved, making them great family pets.
They will require a lot of physical and mental stimulation to keep them in shape and happy; otherwise they can show their destructive side.
12. Sproxer: English Springer Spaniel X Boxe
Photo from: @saskia_the_sproxer
If you are up for a bit of a challenge, this mix of Boxer and Springer Spaniel will be the job for you. These are extremely energetic pups that require an active family who like adventures.
In return, you will get a doggy that is goofy, energetic, and intense, but one who will certainly make you a happier person.
They are also affectionate, highly intelligent, and love socializing with other pets, which is important if you have more than one animal at home.
Usually, they will resemble the Boxer parent more, typically having a stockier build and short hair that is often black and white-colored, but a splash of tan is also possible.
Sproxers are one of the larger Springer mixes that make great watchdogs and are quite reserved with new people. Sometimes they will also start to bark if they feel insecure.
13. English Springerman: English Springer Spaniel X Doberman Pinscher
Photo from: @pawsof615
When it comes to protection and guarding, Doberman Pinschers are among the best. The English Springerman, created by mixing Springer Spaniel and Doberman breeds, is one of the dog breeds known for its overly protective nature.
They have an athletic body type and are very courageous with higher energy levels which usually means that they are better suited for experienced owners and those that know how to train them properly.
However, Springermans are also really affectionate and loving dogs that are sometimes even a bit sensitive. They love to be around humans and, if possible, will spend every single moment with them, so expect to have a clingy dog that won’t leave your side.
As expected, this can cause them to suffer from separation anxiety when you leave them. Early socialization is necessary for this English Springer Spaniel mix.
14. Sproodle: English Springer Spaniel X Poodle
Could there be a list of any mixes without a curly poodle mix, difficult isn’t it? Sproodles, also called Springerdoodles, are a cute, curly-haired mix of a Standard Poodle and an English Springer Spaniel.
These dogs are often compared to cute teddy bears because of their coat. They should be lighter shedders like their Poodle parent, although not completely hypoallergenic.
If you don’t like to have a lot of hair around the house, this mix will be perfect. Their other recognizable feature is the poofy, curly tail.
Sproodles have a cheerful nature and are fun to be around. They are also gentle, loyal, and affectionate. They love spending time with you and are eager to please, but also enjoy running around and playing.
If you have a yard or garden, they will happily spend time outside.
15. Miniature Sproodle: English Springer Spaniel X Miniature Poodle
Photo from: @fig_the_sproodle
A Miniature Poodle is created by mixing a Springer Spaniel with a Miniature Poodle and is different from the Standard Sproodle.
If you are looking for a smaller-sized dog with equally cute looks and temperament as the Standard Sproodle, this mini one might be the right solution for you.
Just like the larger version, they should have the signature curly coat that makes them look even more like a plush toy now that they are even smaller.
This mini mix may be suited to more sedentary families as they are a little bit less active due to their size.
They are intelligent, gentle, and great with small children. Easy to train and socialize with other pets, they make great family pets.
16. Aussie Springer: English Springer Spaniel X Australian Shepherd
Photo from: @doris_aussiespringermix
This energetic, lovely, and fun designer dog mix is called an Aussie Springer and is produced by crossing an Australian Shepherd with an English Springer Spaniel.
The appearance of every mixed breed dog will depend greatly on which genes the puppy inherits the most of. The same situation also happens with this breed.
Aussie Springers will probably shed a lot. When it comes to their coloring, the coat can come in either color of the parent breeds, however usually, it is a mix of brown, white, and black.
Having a lovely and intelligent Aussie Springer as a pet can be really fun and exciting and, if they are properly socialized, they will be friendly with kids and other pets.
However, due to their herding instincts, they require activity, both physical and mental, to keep them sane.
17. Springer Husky: English Springer Spaniel X Siberian Husky
Photo from: @ocean_and_river_
If you don’t mind vocal and slightly mischievous dogs, you should definitely choose the Springer Husky.
These mixes are extremely fun and comical but also highly energetic, so you must be prepared for a lot of activities and trips to the dog park or outside walks.
Because of this, they are better suited for active families and those that have experience with dogs, preferably Huskies.
Just like their Husky parent, they will have an extremely fluffy coat that sheds a lot, to the point that you don’t know whether there is any hair left on them.
They can also inherit Husky eye colors, which will make them look absolutely stunning. These pups are always in high demand and can be hard to find.
18. Springer Rottie: English Springer Spaniel X Rottweiler
Photo from: @mb.bros.universe
A Springer Rottie is usually a much larger dog than a purebred Springer, with an average height of 27 inches and weight of 60–80 pounds, so it is expected that if you are considering getting this pup, you have enough space for them in your house or apartment.
They are usually strong dogs with double-coated fur (short to medium length hair), which can come in various colors, such as black, white, tan, and brown.
Just like their parent breed, Rottweilers, Springer Rotties are also known for their protective side and guarding instincts.
Sometimes, they can also be kind of aggressive towards other dogs; however, with early socialization, they can be loyal and playful dogs that are good with children and other pets.
These dogs require company and don’t do well if left alone. However, they are considered to be quite smart, so they should be relatively easy to train.
19. Spanierd: English Springer Spaniel X German Shepherd
Photo from: @barkley_the_spanierd
A Spanierd is a large-sized dog created by crossbreeding a Springer Spaniel and the well-known German Shepherd. These dogs have sweet and friendly personalities but are also funny and a little bit mischievous.
They are known to be funny dogs that like to entertain everyone with their behavior and little antics.
Usually, they have long, dark-colored hair (typically black with white markings sometimes), which requires a bit of time for grooming since they shed a lot.
They should be easy to train, but they require a lot of exercise, both mental and physical.
They are intelligent and usually friendly, although they can be aloof sometimes with strangers or people they don’t feel comfortable around. Usually though, they are well-behaved and can be good family pets.
20. Springer Dachshund: English Springer Spaniel X Dachshund
Photo from: @infinity_paws_
Springer Dachshunds are a crossbreed with quite an interesting appearance. They are much longer and shorter due to the Dachshund gene and are often called sausage dogs.
They are usually much easier to train and less stubborn but can also be playful dogs that love to spend time outside. It is ideal if you have a garden where they can run around and sniff the whole day long without being able to escape.
On the other hand, Springer Dachshunds can also be really lovable dogs that enjoy human company and cuddles, so there is a chance that they will join you in the afternoons for some snuggling time.
Besides their signature sausage look, they can inherit either medium-length stiff and rough coats or short, smooth hair. The colors of the coat can also be inherited from both parent breeds.
21. Springer Spaniel Sheepdog: English Springer Spaniel X Old English Sheepdog
Photo from: @rebanhocaroata
The Springer Spaniel Sheepdog is a large Springer mix that combines the best qualities of both parent breeds. These are well-mannered and loving dogs with great working skills.
Springer Spaniel Sheepdogs will have a slightly longer, furry coat that comes in black, white, and tan colors. It is possible for these dogs to also have different colored spotting on their coat.
They are highly intelligent dogs that are playful and energetic.
Most importantly, they are extremely loving and affectionate, which they will certainly show all the time. Since they can easily adapt to any new environment, they will fit right into your family.
Most of the time, they will be very social and get along well with others. However, early socialization will probably be needed for them to learn to be around children.
22. Sporgi: English Springer Spaniel X Welsh Corgi
Photo from: @mavymoo22
If you are searching for a more unusual-looking pup that is extremely cute and fun, then I have something for you. A Sporgi is an interesting mix of English Springer Spaniel and Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
Due to the strong Corgi genes, these dogs will probably be much longer and shorter and will sport a shaggy coat that is usually in golden and white tones but can also be black or brown.
Their ears will either be large and floppy like in Springers or triangular and sticking up like a Corgi.
These are cheeky and loving dogs that will usually be really affectionate with their family but can sometimes be slightly reserved when it comes to strangers.
However, it shouldn’t take too long for them to warm up to new people; with early socialization, this will not be a problem.
23. Springer Pug: English Springer Spaniel X Pug
Photo from: @dennis.the.sprug
Probably one of the rarest Springer mixes we are going to mention, the Springer Pug, is a combination of two completely different dog breeds. These are smaller dogs that don’t have as many rolls as their Pug parent but should have some at least.
They usually have a short, sleek coat that is black or fawn-colored. Because of this, they are easy to manage and don’t require a lot of grooming time.
Springer pugs are also less active than their Springer parent, which may be better suited to less active families.
They can be slightly mischievous at times but are usually very affectionate, loving, and entertaining family dogs. They do like to eat a lot, which you should be careful of because, if you don’t control this, they could become obese pretty fast.
24. English Sprointer: English Springer Spaniel X English Pointer
Photo from: @lilly_the_english_sprointer
English Sprointers are medium-sized dogs that have elegance and good looks associated with them. They are one of the most recent mixed breeds, and not very much is known about them yet.
Still, there are some important characteristics that can be discussed.
These are super friendly and loyal dogs that should make awesome family pets. Living with them will definitely brighten up your day. However, they can also be quite reserved with people they don’t know due to their guarding instincts.
They are mostly well-behaved, even though, in some cases, they have been found to be difficult to train since they lose focus pretty quickly. A lot of exercise will be needed for these energetic dogs.
When it comes to appearance, they have muscular and compact body types and long pointed ears. They usually inherit the coat of the English Pointer parent, which is short, wavy hair in variations of black, brown, and white.
25. German Shorthaired Sprointer: English Springer Spaniel X German Shorthaired Pointer
Photo from: @somethingnicepet
German Shorthaired Sprointers are one of the Springer mixes with awesome traits. This is a medium-to-large-sized dog whose average weight is 60 pounds.
They are agile and sporty dogs, with muscular and heavy-built bodies and floppy ears.
They are countryside dogs that love running around and being active since they have high energy levels and significant hunting instincts. However, they are also really intelligent, making them easy to train and learn new tricks quickly.
Other than that, when they are not running or chasing something, they will be sweet and affectionate doggos.
They are eager to please and like to spend time with their owners, so you basically get the best of the dog breed — a loving and active dog that can be everything you wished for.
If you like Pointer dogs, check our list of fabulous German Shorthaired Pointer mixes!
26. German Longhaired Sprointer: English Springer Spaniel X German Longhaired Pointer
Photo from: @melissaw3369
Since German Longhaired Pointers are closely related to their cousins Shorthaired or Wirehaired Pointers, it is expected that even their mixes with Springer Spaniels will have similar if not the same characteristics.
This mix is going to be a versatile and active dog that requires a lot of exercise and playtime due to their athletic build and high energy levels. However, you can expect this dog to be gentle, friendly, and loyal too.
What differentiates them from their cousin mixes is their coat type, which is usually longer hair that can shed moderately. It will also need regular brushing and taking care of.
The coat color can be either of the parent breeds, depending on which gene dominates.
No matter what, this dog will be a great companion for the whole family.
27. German Wirehaired Sprointer: English Springer Spaniel X German Wirehaired Pointer
Photo from: @dana_pike73
The last of the German Pointers mixes is the Springer Spaniel and German Wirehaired Pointer. This is an extremely well-bred dog because the personalities of both parent breeds match and go together really well.
These are highly energetic dogs that have an athletic build, big eyes, and loose, hanging ears.
As their name suggests, they have a short, wiry coat that can come in a variety of colors, such as black and white, brown and white, or even a combination of three colors.
German Wirehaired Sprointers are wonderful companions whose best qualities are loyalty and friendliness. They are also great work dogs that will follow you everywhere.
These are carefree and good dogs that are well-behaved even with children and, when properly socialized, can be a perfect choice for a companion dog.
28. Springer Bichon: English Springer Spaniel X Bichon Frise
Photo from: @jcandthesunshine
If you are looking for a small dog that is incredibly cute, then this Springer Spaniel and Bichon Frise cross might be just what you are looking for. They are described as sweet animals that make great companions.
Springer Bichons can come in a variety of colors and will usually inherit the slightly longer and curlier coat of the Bichon Frise, which combined with the soft hair of Springers, will result in gorgeous floofs.
They might also inherit the poofy tail, making them even cuter.
Usually, they are friendly and loving dogs but can also be feisty and mischievous at times. Often they will be cheerful, comical dogs that bring fun to the household.
These pups like to run around, and if you have a backyard or some kind of garden, they will happily run and play for their daily exercise.
29. Springbatts: English Springer Spaniel x Basset Hound
Photo from: @dusty_springbatt
If you haven’t heard of this English Springer Spaniel and Basset Hound mix, don’t worry, you are not alone. This is a completely new designer breed, and there aren‘t many of them around, with only one or two breeders.
These are lovely dogs that will probably have less exaggerated short legs and wrinkles than purebred Basset Hounds and hopefully will be easier to train.
However, as with any mix out there, they can come in different sizes and shapes depending on which genes they inherit more.
Sometimes they can be a bit difficult to manage and live with if they inherit the stubbornness and hunting instincts of the Basset Hound and prey drive of the Springer, so early socialization and proper training will absolutely be necessary.
But are they cute dogs? That is absolutely correct, and I am sure that you will not regret your decision in getting one.
If you were unsure before which of the many Springer Spaniel mixes to choose, I hope that there is no doubt now. In our guide, we have tried to give you everything that a person looking for a new puppy must know in the beginning.
These are lovely dogs with a lot of personality, and there is bound to be one that will suit you and your family the best.
If, however, you are still not sure that one of these mixes is the right choice for you, you can check out some of our other guides to different mixed dog breeds, and perhaps you will find what you are looking for there: