September 19, 2021

The Spanador is a delightful mix of the happy-go-lucky Labrador Retriever and the inquisitive American Cocker Spaniel. This breed loves children and makes an excellent family pet.

Facts about Spanadors: 


  • Spanadors are typically smaller and more compact than Labradors. They are medium-sized dogs ranging from 20-50 pounds.
  • Spanadors usually resemble a small Labrador with ears and a face like a Spaniel.
  • They need to be groomed occasionally, and special attention should be paid to their ears.
  • They have a variety of coat colors, including cream, red, brown and black. Often white patches appear on the face, paws and chest.


  • Affectionate and kind-hearted the Spanador has a sweet disposition that can melt the coldest of hearts.
  • This mix is a goofy, playful dog that loves to make friends and is kind and affectionate.
  • Spanadors love family interaction and socialization. They have an even temper making them a great family pet.


  • They can be vocal and bark excessively at times, but proper training and socialization can keep this at bay.
  • Intelligent and loyal Spanadors are fairly easy to train and don’t require a lot of re-training.
  • Spanadors are very high energy and need plenty of play and exercise to keep them happy and healthy.


  1. Vicky

    How do we find one??????

    • Cindy

      These are a mixed breed and not a purebred. They are no different than any other mutt at a rescue or SPCA. You will over pay for the mutt because you have been scammed into thinking it is a rare and special breed. Want a mutt get one from rescue, don’t encourage backyard scammers into selling mutts for top dollar by buying one.

  2. Priscilla s wieden

    Where can i find one in my area? Northern Maine, Dover Foxcroft.

  3. Alray Smith

    Thanks much for the information concerning this breed of Lab as I own a Yellow Lab Retriever , Knight, my Guide 🐕 4 legged “Buddy” forever. I don’t know what I’d do without him. Knight goes above and beyond taking care of me And I him thanks much for your article.

  4. Sepi

    I think most dogs need playfulness to keep them happy 😊


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