2003 year Clumbers Magazine - 4 issues bundled
a PDF copy in full colour of the FOUR issues of the international Clumbers magazine.
Total of 144 pages including standard magazine publishing information and advertisements.
16.8MB file size
March 2003 issue: 89
GROOMING TIPS by Cathy Brennan
When presenting a Clumber for exhibition it is most important to remember that although the breed is relatively untouched by scissors, it needs just as much care and preparation as any other variety of spaniel.
A DREAM COMES TRUE
This is a two part epic, the first being told by Windsor’s breeder Moira Simmonds of Canada… It is hard to imagine that Windsor was actually conceived years ago. In 1999 after what I considered a huge disappointment of not getting the Clumber
DEAR PROTECTOR OF DOGS AND FOOLS
Internet find : When that intelligent, hardworking, honest judge finally sees what I see in this dog that I’ve worked so hard and long with, help me to accept my win with grace and dignity.
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON by Linda Fraser
September is becoming traditionally a very good month for Clumber Spaniels competing in Hunt Tests on the West Coast. In September 2001 CH Cameo Comedy The Divine Ms M JH SH added Master Hunter to her honours collection.
NONSUCH – SOUTH AFRICA
BELLA VITA – USA
June 2003 issue: 90
EPILEPSY HARD TO DEFINE EPILEPSY 20 EPILEPSY by Elezabeth Peters
EPILEPSY is caused by abnormal and repetitive electrical activity in the brain neurons. It is more than just convulsions, and seizures may be caused by a number of different factors. Thus it is difficult to diagnose and manage without lengthy and expensive evaluation of the canine sufferer.
100 YEAR DROUGHT BROKEN!
James Darley’s dog Sedgehurst Maxim Venaticus became only the second Clumber to win two stakes open to other breeds (the first was a century ago) and was also meritedwith guns’ choice.
UK OPEN SHOW 2003 29
Photos Eileen Sutherland Results Caroline Reynolds & Anita Roberts
CEDRIC THE CHAMPION TRACKER by Kathy Marshburn
When our Ch. Wicfair’s Sir Cedric TDX hit the trail on April 20, Easter Sunday, he was tracking more than the Easter Bunny. To our delight, Cedric completed his variable surface tracking test to become the first Champion Tracking Clumber Spaniel for America.
PRINCIPLES OF BREEDING by Will Judy
There is enormous need of the study of scientific breeding in dogs. For generations, the production of good specimens and winning specimens at dog shows has been a matter of accident rather than of foreplanning.
Photos Courtesy Caroline Reynolds Results The Kennel Club
BEST JUNIORS by Kellyn Miller
About five years ago my family lost a Basset Hound that had been with us all my life. My dad vowed never ever are we getting another dog and to top it off my mother agreed. For a teenager who wants a dog more than anything this really was not good. I spent four years researching all different breeds, I started in toy, trying to find one that my parents would say okay to.
THE PRINCESS ROYAL
In 2002 members of the Working Clumber Spaniel Society (UK) presented HRH The Princess Royal with another Clumber as a token of their appreciation for her involvement with the Society and the breed.
OLD FARTS & FEATHER FETCHERS 15 by Patrick Fraser
In the world of the West Coast Clumber crowd October is the time of year to go hunting for real. The Hunt Tests are over. All the highs and lows have been experienced, Hunt Test titles achieved or relegated to “Wait till Next Year”.
AUSTRALASIAN AWARDS 2002
September 2003 issue: 91
PICNIC AT CLUMBER PARK by Eileen Sutherland photo feature
Now cemented as an integral part of the Clumber Spaniel Club’s annual calendar, The Picnic at Clumber Park has grown and grown. This year saw a heap of demonstrations featuring the Clumber’s pliable and willing nature and natural abilities. This an event any international traveller should consider visiting!
CLUMBERS FROM CHILDHOOD & EARLIER! by Victoria Moira Simmonds
More years ago than I care to remember and when I was a small child my place of hiding was always beneath the large kitchen table it was covered by a cloth that came nearly to the floor.
AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW 2003 by Otto Wahl
DRUMHILL – USA
THE CLUMBER SPANIEL CLUB OF FINLAND
5th July 2003, judge: Hans Lehtinen The Clumber Spaniel Club of Finland had the great honour of Hans Lehtinen, the internationally well respected all rounder, judge the Club Show this year. His knowledge of the Clumbers is well rooted and he is responsible for training new Clumber judges in Finland.
VERSA-TILL-ITY TWO by Roe Froman, DVM
It was our very great honour at theCSCA2002 National Specialty held in Arizona, to have our Tillie (Ch. BlueMoon’s Heart and Soul, TD, CD, JH,WDX)earn her second Clumber Spaniel Correspondence Versatility Award.
At “Clumbers” I have undertaken two new interviews, one on training tips, and one on grooming. I amdelighted to present the first Grooming interview with The Patchett family of New Zealand, who currently exhibited two Clumbers and a small number of English Springers.
DEVELOPING YOUR OWN WEBSITE DEVELOPING YOUR OWN WEBSITE by Anita Roberts
A daunting task for those who are not Computer literate, but actually it isn’t that difficult. I should point out from the outset that it does take a lot of time and patience but it is extremely satisfying to see your WebSite that you have put together spring into life at a touch of a keystroke!
WILLIANA CLUMBER SPANIEL CLUB by Otto Wahl
CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW NETHERLANDS CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW NETHERLANDS
December 2003 issue: 92
EURO DOG SHOW 03
Just over 25 Clumbers competed in the breed classes, but sensation of the show was the Spice Twice team from Finland winning Best Breeder’s Team in Show!
SWEDISH STYLE by Lotta Olsson
This year’s Club Show was held in south west Sweden. To judge this twenty fifth anniversary show we invited Mr Bill Ironside from the United Kingdom, and we had an entry of 75 Clumbers including the puppies.
2003 PHOTO COMPETITION
round one survivors and invitation to vote
UK CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW
Photos Eileen Sutherland Results CSC UK Judge Mike Trafford awarded Best In Show at the Clumber Spaniel Club Championship show to Sh Ch Heibax Sunrise Special at Antonine. This bitch owned by Linda McGillvray’s and bred by Wilma Reid is certainly having a great run of success.
WORLD WINNER SHOW 2003
Dortmund – results
TANGLE FREE by Cheryl LeCourt
Understand that the blow dryer has to blow in the direction that the coat grows – in other words, away from the skin so the dryer has to be pointed away from the skin towards the end tips of the coat. It’s the same with people hair. Blow it in the correct direction and no more fuzz and tangle.
SEDGEHURST – UK
HEARTS by Anita Roberts
The onset of heart disease in dogs is usually gradual and not likely to give rise to sudden death. The conditions leading to heart failure may develop slowly and in some cases have been present from birth. More often than not there are plenty of warnings to indicate that something is wrong, so we usually get plenty of time to do something about it.