- Popularity: 3
- Training: 7
- Size: 5
- Mind: 7
- Security: 2
- Relations with children: 9
- Dexterity: 5
- Shedding: 9
The breed was bred in England in the mid-14th century and is the hardest of the spaniels.
The dog was named after Clumber Park, property, owned by the Duke of Newcastle. In the 19th century, the breed became very popular among English high society. Today this dog rarely seen.
The Clumber Spaniel is the hottest of hunters, and It stands out in the hunt for pheasant and partridge.
Medium sized, massive, heavy dog with short legs. She has a large head, short muzzle and a large nose of various shades of brown, pink or purple. Eyes large, round and amber. The ears are large, wide, long. (shaped like a vine leaf), lowered and well covered with hair. The color is white with yellow or orange spots.
- Clumber spaniels are rare and it can be difficult to find a good one. a breeder who has puppies. Get ready to spend time on search and waiting.
- Clumber spaniels can be devastating from boredom or playing. Their strong jaws allow them to easily tear down many objects household goods. It is important to take this into account before by purchase.
- Clammers are very smart and can understand how to open a refrigerator, cupboard or drawer.
- Clumber spaniels drool.
- Clumber spaniels are a great breed for inexperienced dog owners. They are usually. easy to learn and with them easy. Intelligence makes them a great companion.
- Clumber spaniels need 20 to 30 minutes of exercise in a day and two or three short walks.
- The breed has a high incidence of hip dysplasia and may be obese.
The character is smart, bold, tenacious, well-balanced, calm, with a good memory and with a noble character.
Of the hunting breeds, the Clumber Spaniel is the most restrained. He is gentle, very smart, gets along with other dogs, cats and other pets. They usually are tied to one specific person in their family. Clumber Spaniels get along very well with children. They are wary of strangers but they are never timid or aggressive. This breed is very loves human communication and attention.
The breed is very easy to train because it intelligent dog with a good memory and wants to like to your master. With consistent, gentle training you can easily get good results.
Early socialization and the basics of obedience are recommended.
The dog requires daily grooming. Wool should be combed with a brush. The hair in the ears should be trimmed so as not to block ear canal.
Other than that, you need to trim the coat on their hind legs and tail and between paw pads.
This is a dog that feels good with a loving and active. family. Although she has a moderate level of activity, she loves walking, playing sports, but she can adapt to the family and conditions that are offered to her. The dog is quiet and calm in indoors, even if quite active. She needs socialization and training.
The main health problems of the clamber spaniel:
- hip dysplasia;
- ear infections.
Clumber Spaniel is a hunting dog, although now rarely used in this role. Today it’s a great watchdog and companion dog.
|Life span||10-12 years old|
|Height||Males: 46-51 cm Bitches: 43-48 cm|
|Weight||Males: 32-39 kg Bitches: 25-32 kg|
|Colour||white with yellow or orange spots|
|Price||700 – 1800 $|