Clumber Spaniel

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The Clumber Spaniel is a breed of dog of the spaniel type, developed in the United Kingdom.wikipedia
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Sussex Spaniel

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The Clumber Spaniel is the largest of the spaniels, and is long and heavy-bodied, standing only 17 to 20 in in height but weighing from 55 to 85 lb. It is similar in shape to the smaller Sussex Spaniel.
It is a low, compact spaniel and is similar in appearance to the Clumber Spaniel.

Spaniel

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The Clumber Spaniel is the largest of the spaniels, and is long and heavy-bodied, standing only 17 to 20 in in height but weighing from 55 to 85 lb. It is similar in shape to the smaller Sussex Spaniel. The Clumber Spaniel is a breed of dog of the spaniel type, developed in the United Kingdom.

Ectropion

Ectropion is the outward rolling of the eyelid, which abnormally exposes the eye, resulting in irritation.
Breeds associated with ectropion include the Cocker Spaniel, the Saint Bernard, the Bloodhound, the Clumber Spaniel, and the Basset Hound.

Alpine Spaniel

The theory goes, that the now extinct Alpine Spaniel was bred with Basset Hounds, and the Pyrenean Mountain Dog also known as the Great Pyrenees.
The breed is thought to be the predecessor to the modern St. Bernard and the Clumber Spaniel.

Henry Pelham-Clinton, 2nd Duke of Newcastle

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One theory is that it originated in France, stating that the Duc de Noailles at the time of the French Revolution gave his kennel of prized spaniels to the Duke of Newcastle at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire.
The Duke is mainly known today as the creator of Clumber Park, his country seat in Nottinghamshire, and the dog breed the Clumber Spaniel, named after the estate.

Vulnerable dog breeds of the United Kingdom

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The Clumber Spaniel is currently recognised as a Vulnerable Native Breed by the UK Kennel Club, which means it is a breed which fewer than 300 new registrations each year.

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

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The first Clumber Spaniel was entered in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in 1878.
1996: Ch. Clussexx Country Sunrise (a.k.a. "Brady" ) - Clumber Spaniel

Dog breed

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The Clumber Spaniel is a breed of dog of the spaniel type, developed in the United Kingdom.

Dog

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The Clumber Spaniel is a breed of dog of the spaniel type, developed in the United Kingdom.

Clumber Park

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One theory is that it originated in France, stating that the Duc de Noailles at the time of the French Revolution gave his kennel of prized spaniels to the Duke of Newcastle at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire. The name of the breed is taken from Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire where the breed was first developed.

Nottinghamshire

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One theory is that it originated in France, stating that the Duc de Noailles at the time of the French Revolution gave his kennel of prized spaniels to the Duke of Newcastle at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire. The name of the breed is taken from Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire where the breed was first developed.

George V

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Clumber Spaniels have been kept and bred by various members of the British Royal Family, including Prince Albert, King Edward VII and King George V.

American Kennel Club

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They were introduced into Canada in 1844, and in 1884 became one of the first ten breeds recognised by the American Kennel Club.

Hip dysplasia (canine)

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The breed can suffer from a variety of breed-specific ailments varying in severity from temporary lameness due to bone growth whilst young to hip dysplasia or spinal disc herniation.

Spinal disc herniation

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The breed can suffer from a variety of breed-specific ailments varying in severity from temporary lameness due to bone growth whilst young to hip dysplasia or spinal disc herniation.

Canine terminology

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Clumbers tend to drool because of their very droopy flews.

Pheasant

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The breed has been used to hunt pheasant and partridge, in both small packs and alone.

Partridge

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The breed has been used to hunt pheasant and partridge, in both small packs and alone.

Upland hunting

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It is well-suited for work in upland hunting in dense cover, and although the Clumber is rather slow in the field compared to other spaniels, it is a quiet worker with a fine nose and good stamina.

Anal gland

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Another common condition that the breed suffers from are impacted anal sacs and the dog may require them to be emptied by a veterinarian.

Veterinary physician

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Another common condition that the breed suffers from are impacted anal sacs and the dog may require them to be emptied by a veterinarian.

Caesarean section

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In addition, Clumbers often have difficulties conceiving and giving birth, and may require caesarian sections.

Entropion

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Entropion is the inward rolling of the eyelid, commonly the lower lid.

Eyelid

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Entropion is the inward rolling of the eyelid, commonly the lower lid.