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Intro to the Clumber Spaniel

Country of Origin: Nottinghamshire, England

Date of Origin: 1840’s
Original use: Hunting
Life Expectancy: 10-12 years
Weight: 32-39 kg (male), 25-32kg (female)
Height: 46-51 cm (male), 43-48cm (female)


The Clumber Spaniel is a gentle, loyal and affectionate dog that possess an intrinsic desire to please. An intelligent and independent thinker, he displays determination and a strong sense of purpose while at work. A dog of dignity, the Clumber Spaniel may sometimes seem aloof with people unknown to him, but in time will display his playful and loving nature. The Clumber Spaniel should never be hostile or aggressive; neither is acceptable and should not be condoned. The body coat is dense, straight and flat. It is of good weather resistant texture, which is soft to the touch, not harsh. Ears are slightly feathered with straight hair. The Clumber is primarily a white dog with lemon color or orange color markings. Markings are frequently seen on one or both ears and the face.


Information brought to Pups of Sydney by the Clumber Spaniel Club of America and the American Kennel Club

Images courtesy of Aracpet and Nina Johnsrød

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Meet the Breed

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