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Clumber Spaniel Breeders Denver CO

The Clumber Spaniel is a large-boned sporting breed that is know for his eagerness to please. They have a long history as a successful hunter and good family pet. For more information please read on the following article.

Earthlings Planet-Friendly Pet Care
(303) 868-4655
311 W. 11th Avenue
Denver, CO

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Paws for Peace
(303) 586-6752
Denver, CO

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Global Dog Natural Pet Products
(888) 326-3647
P. O. Box 230
Littleton, CO

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The Grand Poobah
(303) 669-0943
20269 E Smoky Hill Rd #B-125
Centennial, CO

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Holistic Pet Information
(877) 573-8227
16927 W. 71st Place
Arvada, CO

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(303) 443-8914
P.O. Box 460547
Denver, CO

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(303) 587-3775
1646 Galena St.
Aurora, CO

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Hero's P.e.t.s. (Planetary & Ecologically Trusted Supplies)
(303) 972-1926
8086 W. Bowles Ave., Unit N
Littleton, CO

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The Good Dog Company
(303) 216-0443
414 Violet Street
Golden, CO

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(303) 393-9156
7505 E 35th Ave
Denver, CO
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Clumber Spaniel

The Clumber Spaniel is a large-boned sporting breed that is know for his eagerness to please. They have a long history as a successful hunter and good family pet.

Physical Characteristics

  • The chest is broad and deep
  • Broad, square head, wide across the top with a nose that comes in all shades of brown
  • Eyes are dark amber and deep set, with a soft expression
  • Ears are triangular, hang forward, and are covered with hair
  • Coat: Thick, straight, soft hair in white with lemon or orange markings
  • Height: 17-20 inches
  • Weight: 55-85 pounds
  • Average lifespan: 10-12 years


  • Gentle, sweet, pleasant, playful, loyal, affectionate, very smart, well-behaved
  • Interaction with people: Good with children ; aloof of strangers
  • Interaction with animals: Good with other pets if raised with them
  • Training: Easily trained; needs to be treated gently due to sensitive nature

At Home

  • OK for apartments if sufficiently exercised
  • Needs small yard
  • Needs long daily walks
  • Prefers cool climates
  • Extremely active as puppies; slow down considerably as adults


  • Heavy shedder
  • Groom coat two to three times weekly with a brush and comb
  • Ears and eyes need to be cleaned and inspected regularly
  • Clip hair under ears

Brief History

  • Exact origin unknown; one theory holds that it was bred in England from the Alpine Spaniel and Basset Hound
  • Dating from the late 1800s, it's one of the oldest spaniels
  • The breed's name comes from the Duke of Newclastle's 3,800 acre estate Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, England
  • Successfully presented at its first show in the 19th century in England
  • Several British monarchs have favored the Clumber, including Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's consort), King Edward VII and his son, King George V

Fido's Facts

  • First registered with the American Kennel Club in 1878
  • Rare; largely unknown to the public
  • Used to hunt pheasant and partridge, both in small packs and alone, and is especially well-suited for work in dense undergr...

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