This rare breed can be rather hard to find and is prided for its gentle temperament and loving nature.
The Clumber Spaniel is descended from a number of popular breeds including the St. Bernard, the Alpine Spaniel and the Basset Hound. The Clumber Spaniel is believed to have been developed in France in the second half of the 18th century by the Duke of Noailles. The Duke transferred his dogs to England under the care of the Duke of Newcastle when he was threatened by the Revolution and the name actually comes from Clumber Park, which was the Duke of Newcastle’s estate. The first Clumber show took place in England in the 19th century and this breed has been favoured by several British monarchs including King George V. The breed arrived in Canada around the middle of the 19th...Read more about the Clumber Spaniel description of breed...
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