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Alpine Spaniel Dogs
Clumber Spaniel Clumber Spaniel:
The Clumber Spaniel dogs puppies for sale were original used as hunting dogs. They will happily retrieve any water fowl after it is downed; they are excellent swimmers. The Bassett Hound, the St Bernard, and the Alpine Spaniel are suspected of being contributors to this bred, although accurate records were not kept.The Clumber Spaniel puppies for sale are the heaviest of the Spaniels and are a quiet, slow hunting dog with good stamina and excellent noses, particularly in the dense underbrush. Their specialty is pheasant and partridge. Recognized by AKC in 1884, the Clumber was one of the first nine breeds recognized.
The Clumber Spaniel puppies for sale are very active while young, but develop a calmness about them as they age. They do need daily exercise such as a daily walk, but can do well with a small yard. Inside they are docile and quiet. The Clumbers get along well with other animals and children. A strong Alpha leader which draws the lines clearly and calmly will receive excellent results because the Clumber Spaniel puppies for sale want only to please their master. Socialization is necessary if you want your dog to get along well with strangers. Introducing and encouraging interaction from an early age will help them to accept strangers who you introduce.
2011 Alpine Spaniel:
Standing between 16 to 20 inches high, the Clumbers weigh 55 to 85 pounds. These dogs will become over weight if over fed and under exercised. Clumbers love to retrieve and to swim doing both naturally. Stock up on chew toys as the bred is a hunter and retriever. The puppies for sale tend to snore, wheeze and drool. Some will have entropion, cataracts or dry eyes. The Clumber loves to chew so be careful they do not swallow any foreign objects. The coat of the Clumber Spaniel must be groomed regularly with a brush and comb. Watch the ears as these dogs puppies for sale ten to develop an irritation of the ear for which a logion is available for relief. If too much hair grows under the ears before the next trim you need to clip it. Be aware this breed is a heavy shedder.The Clumber Spaniel can be used for hunting and will be an excellent bird retriever and flusher, however the Clumber puppies for sale are also excellent family pets. Once mature the Clumber is very calm and even tempered. They love to play with children, and will learn to fetch a ball. The Clumber Spaniel puppies for sale would love to be a member of your family.
Alpine Spaniel Dog:
Description: The Clumber Spaniel is low to the ground with heavy bones and short legs. The head is large and broad, with a deep muzzle, combined with a heavy brow. The nose is large and comes in various shades of brown. The teeth meet in a scissor bite. The eyes are amber in colour and deep-set. The chest is wide and deep, with the front legs being straight.The Clumber Spaniel ears ar triangular in shape, set low and hang downwards. The neck is muscular and heavy, and the pelt is feathered at the throat. The tail is docked, in countries that permit this, and is feathered. The coat is dense, flat and straight, being soft to the touch. This coat is mainly white, with orange or lemon markings. Their weight is 55 to 85 pounds and their height is 41 to 51 inches. Their life anticipation is ten to twelve years.
The American Cocker Spaniel is a breed of sporting dog. It is a spaniel type dog that is closely related to the English Cocker Spaniel; the two breeds diverged during the 20th century due to differing breed standards in America and the UK. In the United States, the breed is usually referred to as the Cocker Spaniel, while elsewhere in the world, it is called the American Cocker Spaniel in order to differentiate between it and its English cousin. The word cocker is commonly held to stem from their use to hunt woodcock in England, while spaniel is thought to be derived from the type’s origins in Spain.
Alpine Spaniel Puppy:
The first spaniel in America came across with the Mayflower in 1620, but it was not until 1878 that the first Cocker Spaniel was registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC). A national breed club was set up three years later and the dog considered to be the father of the modern breed, Ch. Obo II, was born around this time. By the 1920s the English and American varieties of Cocker had become noticeably different and in 1946 the AKC recognised the English type as a separate breed. It was not until 1970 that The Kennel Club in the UK recognised the American Cocker Spaniel as being separate from the English type. The American Cocker was the most popular breed in the United States during the 1940s and 50s and again during the 1980s, reigning for a total of 18 years. They have also won the best in show title at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on four occasions, and have been linked to the President of the United States on several occasions, with owners including Richard Nixon and Harry S. Truman.