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Clumber Spaniel

Great Britain, 1800's.
This breed is thought by some to be related to the Basset Hound
for its long body and the St. Bernard for its massive head.

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Life Expectancy
This breed can live as long as 12 -13 years of age

Weight & Height
65 to 80 pounds & 16-20 inches tall

Known Health Problems
Hip Dysplasia, Skin or Flea Allergies, Cataracts or Dry Eyes, Ear Problems, Ectropian, Entropion, Epilepsy, Hypothyroidism, Intervertebral Disk Disease.

Physical Description
Long, Low, Solid dog with a rectangular shape. The head is massive with long, broad ears, a short muzzle and large, amber eyes. The nose is large and brown. The tail is docked.

This breed is gentle calm and loving to people and children. They do well with other animals and are usually easy to train.. They also make a very loyal watchdog

Fairly easy to train

Living Conditions
Will do ok living in the city

Brush weekly, some trimming may be needed

Moderate Exercise Needs. This breed has a tendancy to become overweight and for this reason should be exerised daily

Coat Texture
Coat is silky and straight with a neck frill and feathering on the ears

Coat Colors

White & Lemon

White & Orange

White Lemon

White Orange

2-8 pups per litter, sometimes a c-section is needed to deliver the pups

Continental Kennel Club
American Kennel Club
United Kennel Club
New Zealand Kennel Club
American Pet Registry
Fédération Cynologique Internationale
Canadian Kennel Club
National Kennel Club


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Clumber Spaniel Breeders

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