Clumber Spaniel

Clumber Spaniel

The sturdy-bodied Clumber Spaniel is a sweet and gentle dog who has a dignified and reserved nature. He’s playful and cute, but he can also be a little stubborn and mischievous at times. He’s a wonderful companion who’s also very affectionate with his loved ones. He does well with children, especially the older ones.

  • Easy to train and highly intelligent
  • A good choice for first-time owners
  • A friendly companion for families

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What is a Clumber Spaniel?

A Clumber Spaniel is a stocky dog that is part of the Spaniel dog breed. Its name comes from Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, where it was developed in the United Kingdom.

How long do Clumber Spaniels live?

The Clumber Spaniel lifespan ranges from 10 to 12 years of age.

Do Clumber Spaniels shed?

Clumber Spaniels are considered to be moderate-to-heavy shedders. They tend to shed year-round.

Are Clumber Spaniels hypoallergenic?

A Clumber Spaniel doesn’t qualify as a hypoallergenic dog because of heavy shedding. Because of this, they aren’t a good breed for people who have allergies.

How big are Clumber Spaniels?

The Clumber Spaniel dog differs in weight between the genders. A male can weigh somewhere between 70 to 85 pounds, while a female can weigh anywhere from 55 to 70 pounds. Like with weight, height also differs. A male can grow anywhere from 18 to 20 inches, while a female can grow somewhere between 17 and 19 inches.

When is a Clumber Spaniel fully grown?

Clumber Spaniels reach their fully grown body when they reach three years of age.

Do Clumber Spaniels bark a lot?

A Clumber Spaniel isn’t typically a big barker. If they do bark, it’s when they’re meeting new people or pets, or because someone’s approaching their home.

How are Clumber Spaniels with cats?

If a Clumber Spaniel dog is socialized early and around cats, they get along just fine, but they tend to chase after felines.

Are Clumber Spaniels good dogs?

Clumber Spaniels are good dogs because they have an easygoing temperament and a sweet disposition. They make a great companion, and they’re also a good choice for first-time dog owners.

Are Clumber Spaniels aggressive?

A Clumber Spaniel dog isn’t an aggressive breed. They don’t exhibit any kinds of aggressive traits.

Are Clumber Spaniels smart?

The Clumber Spaniel is an intelligent dog. It ranks #37 on the list of the smartest dogs.

Are Clumber Spaniels easy to train?

Clumber Spaniels are easy to train. They are intelligent, respond well, and are eager to please. Which all help with the training process.

Do Clumber Spaniels need a lot of exercise?

Although a Clumber Spaniel is happy with 30 minutes of exercise, it should get an hour per day. Exercise is important for this breed to stay in shape because it is prone to obesity.

Do Clumber Spaniels drool?

A Clumber Spaniel dog will drool and slobber, especially after a meal or drinking water.

What to feed a Clumber Spaniel?

A Clumber Spaniel should have a diet that contains animal-based proteins, essential minerals, and vitamins, along with some vegetables and fruits, cottage cheese, ground bones, cooked eggs, and high-quality dry food. Clumber Spaniel puppies should consume 3 to 4 meals daily ages 2 to 6 months, and two meals per day for up to one year. They should only have food that is formulated for all ages, including puppies. Always check with your veterinarian to find out what’s the right diet for your dog.


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