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Clumber Spaniel

Origin: Great Britain

AKC Group: Sporting

Height: 17 - 20 inches (Male)

Weight: 60 - 80 pounds (Male)

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Clumber Spaniels are steady and quiet and usually adapt well to city life. These dogs have a tendency to be lazy and gain weight, so regular exercise is a must. Clumber Spaniels usually form a strong bond with one person, but they get along well with children and other pets. These dogs are too calm to be playful.

Clumber Spaniels are sporting dogs. Sporting dogs are active and alert and require daily exercise. Because they have superior instincts in the water and woods, sporting dogs are often used for hunting. If exercised and properly trained, most sporting dogs make excellent pets. However, some of these dogs like to bark and whine a lot, so they're not suited for apartment life.

 

Origin: 
Great Britain
Male height: 
17 - 20 inches
Male weight: 
60 - 80 pounds
Coat: 
Soft with longer hair on chest, stomach, legs and tail.
Colors: 
Mostly white with orange or lemon markings on the ears, around the eyes, and near the tail. Freckles on muzzle and front legs. Eyes are amber. Nose can be brown, beige or rose.
Special considerations: 
Clumber Spaniels are terrific dogs, but they're tough to find.
Disclaimer: 
Copyright by T.F.H. Publications, Inc. This document has been published with the intent to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter within. While every reasonable precaution has been taken in preparation of this document, the author and publisher expressly disclaim responsibility for any errors, omissions, or adverse effects arising from the use or application of the information contained herein. The techniques and suggestions are used at the reader's discretion.