The American Water Spaniel's coat can be wavy or curly (frizzy), with a dense, powerful undercoat that protects it from water and low temperatures. The colors are: solid liver, brown or dark chocolate, with occasional white spots on the paws or chest. The coat should be brushed weekly, but the frequency should increase in spring, which is when the American Water Spaniel usually molts.
The American Water Spaniel is an active dog with a high energy level. For this reason, he needs a good physical exercise routine, including walks, walks and runs, as well as a few sessions of games and games at isolated times of the day. If properly exercised, he can live indoors or in apartments, but this dog does much better living in large places, such as a backyard, field or garden. Other than that, it is not recommended to leave the American Water Spaniel alone for long periods, much less leave him in boredom, as this can make him a highly destructive dog, in addition to being able to present other inappropriate behaviors.