WELCOME TO THE BOYKIN SPANIEL SOCIETY®
The Board of Directors of the Boykin Spaniel Society has reluctantly accepted the resignation of Bill Rundorff as Chairman, and as a member of the board. Bill's many and significant contributions to the society are gratefully acknowledged and we wish him well in his golden years while he enjoys training and hunting his Boykins.
A Special Meeting of the board was duly called by Vice Chairman, Amelia Skipper, acting as Chairman, to fill the vacant positions on the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors, plus any vacancies resulting from the elections during the Special Meeting.
THE BOYKIN SPANIEL
The Boykin Spaniel was first bred by South Carolina hunters during the 1900's to provide the ideal dog for hunting ducks and wild turkeys in the Wateree River Swamp. Hunters on South Carolina's Wateree River needed a small rugged dog compactly built for boat travel and able to retrieve on land and water.