The Spanish Water Dog (SWD) is a medium-sized, curly-coated dog. The SWD is a multi-purpose farm dog whose primary function was herding. Secondarily, it was also used for hunting and as an assistant to fishermen. Many SWDs enjoy swimming and diving. The SWD has a distinctively single, curly coat that may be solid shades of black, brown, beige, or white as well as parti-color with the second color being white. Its coat has a woolly texture that is never brushed or sculpted and may form cords when long; shaving takes place once a year or more, depending on the type of work the dog performs. Traditionally the SWD has a docked tail, but some are born with a naturally short tail that can vary in length.- Courtesy of AKC

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