The Blue Picardy Spaniel (also known as the Bleu Picard) is a charming Spaniel type dog that was first bred in France way back in the 20th century. The Blue Picardy Spaniel gets their name from their black and grey colored coat, which often blends together under certain lighting conditions, making this dog look like they have blue patches of fur sprinkled throughout their coat. This dog was originally bred to be a gun dog that was meant to excel at pointing and retrieving tasks. If you're thinking about adopting a Blue Picardy Spaniel, here are few activities that will positively impact this dog's growth and development as a pet and companion.
Blue Picardy Spaniels are a fairly venerated breed in their native home of France due to their efficacy as hunting dogs and companion animals. They have lots of energy and endurance, which is why the bulk of the activities on this list are very physical in nature. However, Blue Picardy Spaniels are also incredibly smart dogs who can adapt and reason their way through various problems and scenarios. It's because of the Blue Picardy's high intelligence that we also mixed in a few brain training activities in this guide as well. Beyond the activities we've discussed here, look to introduce your companion to the kinds of activities that will test their mind as well as their body.