Clumber Spaniel Personality
Clumber Spaniel Characteristics
Dog Park Friendly
Clumber Spaniel Care
Clumber Spaniel History & Lineage
Clumber Spaniel Medical Challenges
The Clumber Spaniel is considered to be a predominantly healthy breed, though some of these dogs may still experience certain issues such as entropion and ectropion, hypothyroidism, ear infections and joint dysplasia. However, most of these dogs live full lives without any serious issue. Annual checkups with your veterinarian will play an important role in helping you to keep on top of and treat any issues that they may face, as well as to help you better ensure their continued health. Always be sure to contact your vet right away if you have any serious concerns for your dog’s health and well being. The National Breed Club also suggests that you speak with your vet about hip and elbow evaluations, cardiac exams, and PDP1 tests for your Clumber Spaniel. Your pup will be grateful for all the loving care that you provide for them, and they will be sure to find plenty of ways to show it that will continue to bring you joy.