Clumber Spaniel is described as a docile, sweet, intelligent and 
pleasant dog. Among the most low-key and easygoing of the 
hunting breeds, they are very affectionate, well-behaved, and not 
very active when mature. Clumbers will get along with other 
family pets when raised with them.

The Clumber Spaniel is a heavy-boned, low to the ground dog with 
short legs. The head is massive with a broad, deep muzzle, a 
defined stop and a heavy brow. The large nose comes in shades of
brown ranging from beige, rose and cherry. The teeth meet in a 
scissors bite. The wide chest is deep and the front legs are 
straight. The deep-set eyes are dark amber in color. The flews 
hang over the lower jaw. The hanging ears are triangular in shape 
with rounded tips, set low on the head. The neck is thick, heavy, 
and feathered at the throat. The feathered tail is either docked or 
kept natural. Note: docking tails is illegal in most parts of Europe.
The feathered coat is soft to the touch, flat, dense and straight. 
The coat is predominantly white, with lemon or orange markings.