Clumber Spaniel

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This happy go lucky ambassador to the Spaniel breeds is an easy keeper. Its joyous attitude on life, coupled with its drive to please, make it a good choice as a family pet. Steady, affectionate and loyal, they are very keen and eager to please.PURPOSE OF BREED:This spaniel was bred to be a slow moving flusher, ideally suited to a huntsman that was traveling on foot.AVERAGE LITTER SIZE:6 puppies

Country of origin: 
England
Size: 
HEIGHT: MALE : 20 in (51cm) - FEMALE : 19 in (49cm)WEIGHT: MALE : 85LBS (39 kg) - FEMALE : 70LBS (23 kg)
Grooming: 

The coat is silky and straight, with feathering on the undercarriage and legs. Dirt resistant with minimal brushing and some scissoring required. Their color is predominantly white with lemon or orange spots.

Common ailments: 

Hip and Eye Problems

Trivia: 
Believed to have developed from Basset Hound and early Alpine Spaniel crosses, breeds which have influenced the long, low body and heavy head of the Clumber. (Credit:ÿ<a href="http://www.akc.org/" target="_blank">AKC.org</a>)
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