Clumber Spaniel

Also Called: Clumber Spaniel

Clumber Spaniel
Friendliness High
Kid Friendly High
Pet Friendly High
Exercise Needs Moderate
Playfulness High
Energy Level High
Trainability Average
Intelligence High
Tendency To Bark Low
Amount Of Shedding Medium

Clumber Spaniels are a gentle breed of dog that originates from the United Kingdom. They are very loyal, loyal and affectionate and make wonderful family pets. They love the outdoors and are well suited to rural living.

Breed Overview

  • Group: Sporting
  • Life Span: 10-12 years
  • Height: 17-20 inches
  • Weight: 55-85 pounds
  • Coat: Long, Soft and Dense
  • Coat Colors: White with Lemon ( Pale Yellow) Markings
  • Litter Size: 5-8
  • Family: Scenthounds and Sight Hounds
  • Hypoallergenic: false
  • Recognition: AKC
  • Size: Large

Training and Care

Because of their gentleness and easy-going nature, Clumber Spaniels are relatively easy to train. They need moderate exercise and should be walked on a leash at least once a day. They need regular brushing and grooming to keep their fur in optimal condition.

Diet and Nutrition

Clumber Spaniels require an appropriate balance of proteins and fats in their diet as well as a source of vitamins and minerals. They should be fed a quality dry dog food that is appropriate for their age, size and activity level.

Health Problems

Like all purebred dogs, Clumber Spaniels are prone to certain health problems, such as hip dysplasia, eye problems and ear infections. They can also suffer from skin allergies and obesity. Regular visits to the vet are recommended to keep them healthy.

Breed History

The Clumber Spaniel is an ancient breed, originating from the Thirteenth Century, and is thought to have been bred for the Duke of Newcastle. In the Nineteenth Century, this breed spread to the United States and became extremely popular in the United Kingdom and the US.

Where to Buy or Adopt

Clumber Spaniels can be purchased from breeders or adopted from shelters. Cost of purchasing a Clumber Spaniel can range from $750-$1500 depending on factors including age, pedigree and location.

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