ORIGEN: Gran Bretaña.

CLASIFICACIÓN FCI: Grupo 8 Perros cobradores de caza, perros levantadores de caza, perros  de  agua.

Sección 2 Perros levantadores de caza. Con prueba de trabajo.

APARIENCIA GENERAL  :  Es  un perro  bien  equilibrado, de  osamenta firme, activo,  con  una  expresión reflexiva;  su  aspecto  general denota fortaleza.

Fuente: FCI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FECHA DE PUBLICACIÓN DEL ESTÁNDAR ORIGINAL VÁLIDO: 09.11.2004.

TRADUCCIÓN: Federación Canófila Mexicana, A.C. y Jorge Nallem.

CABEZA: Cuadrada, masiva, de longitud mediana. La  cabeza   y  el  cráneo  no  deben  presentar  ninguna exageración.

REGIÓN CRANEAL

Cráneo: Amplio  en su parte superior  con  una  región  occipital  bien  marcada;  arcos superciliares pesados.

Depresión naso-frontal (Stop): Pronunciada.

REGIÓN FACIAL

Hocico: Es cuadrado y pesado.

Labios: Bien desarrollados.

Mandíbulas / Dientes: Mandíbulas fuertes con una  mordida de tijera perfecta, regular y completa, es decir, que los incisivos superiores se superponen  estrechamente a  los inferiores  y son  verticalmente implantados en los maxilares.

Ojos  :  Limpios,  de  color  ámbar  oscuro,  ligeramente  hundidos; muestran un poco de  conjuntiva, aunque no en  exceso. Son  sumamente indeseables los ojos prominentes y demasiado claros. Libre de entropión.

Orejas: Grandes, tienen  forma de hoja  de vid, bien cubiertas  de pelo liso; cuelgan ligeramente  hacia adelante. Las franjas  de pelo (plumas) no deben ser más largas que la oreja misma.

CUELLO: Bastante largo, grueso y poderoso.

CUERPO: Largo y pesado, próximo al piso.

Espalda: Recta, amplia y larga.

Lomo: Musculoso.

Pecho: Profundo. Costillas bien arqueadas.

Línea inferior: Flancos bien descendidos.

COLA: Habitualmente amputada.

Amputada: De inserción baja. Con buen fleco, llevada al mismo nivel que el dorso.

Sin amputar: De inserción baja. Con buen fleco, llevada al mismo nivel que el dorso. Fuerte en su base, adelgazándose gradualmente hacia la punta. De largo moderado.

EXTREMIDADES

MIEMBROS ANTERIORES: Miembros anteriores  cortos, rectos, fuertes y de huesos sólidos.

Hombros: Fuertes, inclinados  y  musculosos.

MIEMBROS POSTERIORES:   Bien   desarrollados   y    vigorosos.

Articulaciones femoro-tibio-rotulianas (Rodilla):   Bien anguladas y paralelas al eje del cuerpo.

Articulaciones tibio-tarsianas: Colocadas bien abajo.

PIES: Grandes y redondos, bien cubiertos de pelo.

MOVIMIENTO: Presenta un  paso balanceado debido a su cuerpo largo y miembros cortos.  Su movimiento es  derecho tanto  de atrás como a adelante con un avance sin esfuerzo.

PELAJE

PELO: Abundante, apretado,  sedoso y recto. Los miembros y el pecho cubiertos de plumas abundantes.

COLOR: De  preferencia  el cuerpo  blanco puro  con manchas  color limón; se permiten las  manchas color naranja. Marcas  ligeras en la cabeza y salpicadas en el hocico.

PESO: Peso ideal: en machos: 36 kg   (80 libras inglesas),

                           En hembras: 29,5 kg (65 libras inglesas).

FALTAS: Cualquier desviación  de los criterios antes mencionados se considera como falta y  la gravedad de ésta se considera al grado de

La desviación al estándar  y de sus consecuencias sobre la salud y el bienestar del perro.

Cualquier perro mostrando claras señales de anormalidades físicas o de comportamiento debe ser descalificado.

NOTA: Los machos deben tener  dos testículos de apariencia  normal completamente descendidos en el escroto.

Fuente: FCI

 

 

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General Appearance

clumberThumbThe Clumber Spaniel is a long, low, substantial dog. His heavy brow, deep chest, straight forelegs, powerful hindquarters, massive bone and good feet all give him the power and endurance to move through dense underbrush in pursuit of game. His white coat enables him to be seen by the hunter as he works within gun range. His stature is dignified, his expression pensive, but at the same time he shows great enthusiasm for work and play.

Size, Proportion, Substance

The Clumber is rectangular in shape possessing massive bone structure and has the appearance of great power. The ideal height for dogs is 18 to 20 inches at the withers and for bitches is 17 to 19 inches at the withers. The ideal length to height is 11 to 9 measured from the withers to the base of the tail and from the floor to the withers. Dogs weigh between 70 and 85 pounds and bitches weigh between 55 and 70 pounds.

Head

The head is massive with a marked stop and heavy brow. The top skull is flat with a pronounced occiput. A slight furrow runs between the eyes and up through the center of the skull. The muzzle is broad and deep to facilitate retrieving many species of game. The nose is large, square and colored shades of brown, which include beige, rose and cherry. The flews of the upper jaw are strongly developed and overlap the lower jaw to give a square look when viewed from the side. A scissors bite is preferred. The eyes are dark amber in color, large, soft in expression, and deep set in either a diamond shaped rim or a rim with a "V" on the bottom and a curve on the top. Some haw may show but excessive haw is undesirable. Prominent or round shaped eyes are to be penalized. Excessive tearing or evidence of entropion or ectropion is to be penalized. Ears are broad on top with thick ear leather. The ears are triangular in shape with a rounded lower edge, set low and attached to the skull at approximately eye level.

Neck, Topline, Body

The Clumber should have a long neck with some slackness of throat or presence of dewlap not to be faulted. The neck is strong and muscular, fitting into a well laid back shoulder. The back is straight, firm, long and level. The brisket is deep and the ribs well sprung. The chest is deep and wide. The loin arches slightly. The tail is well feathered and set on just below the line of back; its trimming minimal, serving to tidy the feathering to allow for a natural appearance and outline. The tail is normally carried level with the topline or slightly elevated, never down between the rear legs. The tail may be docked or left natural, both being of equal value. If docked, the tail's length should be in keeping with the overall proportion of the adult dog. If natural, the tailbone should extend to the point of hock, but should not extend to the ground.

Forequarters

The Clumber shoulder is well laid back. The upper arm is of sufficient length to place the elbow under the highest point of the shoulder. The forelegs are short, straight and heavy in bone, with elbows held close to the body. Pasterns are strong and only slightly sloped. The front feet are large, compact and have thick pads that act as shock absorbers. Removal of dewclaws is optional.

Hindquarters

The thighs are heavily muscled and, when viewed from behind, the rear is round and broad. The stifle shows good functional angulation, and hock to heel is short and perpendicular to the ground. Lack of angulation is objectionable. The rear feet are not as large or as round as on the front feet but compact, with thick pads and are of substantial size.

Coat

The body coat is dense, straight and flat. It is of good weather resistant texture, which is soft to the touch, not harsh. Ears are slightly feathered with straight hair. Feathering on the legs and belly is moderate. The Clumber has a good neck frill and on no condition should his throat be shaved. Evidence of shaving is to be penalized. The hair on the feet should be trimmed neatly to show their natural outline and for utility in the field. The rear legs may be trimmed up to the point of the hock. Tail feathering may be tidied. Trimming of whiskers is optional.

Color and Markings

The Clumber is primarily a white dog with lemon color or orange color markings. Markings are frequently seen on one or both ears and the face. Facial markings include color around one or both eyes, freckling on the muzzle and a spot on top of the head. A head with lemon/orange markings and an all-white head are of equal value. Freckles on the legs and/or a spot near the root of the tail are also frequently seen and acceptable. The body should have as few markings as possible.

Gait

The Clumber moves easily and freely with good reach in front and strong drive from behind, neither crossing over nor elbowing out. The hocks drive in a straight line without rocking or twisting. Because of his wide body and short legs he tends to roll slightly. The proper Clumber roll occurs when the dog, with the correct proportion, reaches forward with the rear leg toward the centerline of travel and rotates the hip downward while the back remains level and straight. The gait is comfortable and can be maintained at a steady trot for a day of work in the field without exhaustion.

Temperament

The Clumber Spaniel is a gentle, loyal and affectionate dog. He possesses an intrinsic desire to please. An intelligent and independent thinker, he displays determination and a strong sense of purpose while at work. A dog of dignity, the Clumber Spaniel may sometimes seem aloof with people unknown to him, but in time he will display his playful and loving nature. The Clumber Spaniel should never be hostile or aggressive; neither is acceptable and should not be condoned.

Approved: January 8, 2001  Effective: March 28, 2001

Texto e imagen: AKC

 

 

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Es estoico, con corazón generoso, muy inteligente, con una actitud determinada que realza sus habilidades naturales. Es un trabajador silencioso con un olfato excelente.  Es  constante,  confiable, cariñoso  y  digno,  más reservado que  otros tipos  de Spaniel,  pero no muestra  tendencias agresivas.

Fuente: FCI

Es un eficiente perro de caza, aunque no es tan rápido como otros. Es excelente para la caza en las mesetas, y puede ser un buen perro retriever cuando está entrenado. También puede ser un perro de compañía, pues posee un buen temperamento y es muy cariñoso con su dueño

 

 

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