COCKER SPANIELS, CLUMBER DOG and FIELD – These rather closely related dogs may, like the setters, be considered each in relation to the others.
The clumber is the largest, weighing up to 65 pounds, though the average is probably about so. He is perhaps best described as a very low, heavily built English setter, all white except for lemon or orange ears and eye- patches, with ticking of the same on forelegs and as little as possible elsewhere. He is a benign, affectionate creature and very sedate in manners. (more…)