April 2016

Read the 2015 Annual Report.

January 2016

Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC) is a condition which predominantly affects Labrador Retrievers. Recently, the EIC test has also been validated in Clumber spaniels in the UK.

March 2015

Read the 2014 Annual Report.

June 2013

The Clumber Spaniel Longevity Survey is now live. Please enter any Clumber you have owned, past or present (living or dead). Follow the link below.

December 2012

The CSHF added two new members to the Board of Directors. We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Susan King and Julie Wickwire, and look forward to their support of the Foundation.

December 2012

In December the CSHF supported 2 new grants.


The Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation has supported two new grants in 2012 from the Morris Animal Foundation that were recommended by Karen Yager of the CSCA Genetic Health/DNA subcommittee.


Read the 2011 Annual Report.


Read the Fall 2011 issue of the CSHF Newsletter.


Article by L. Ari Jutkowitz, VMD, DACVECC, of Michigan State University


Article from Today's Breeder magazine.
(Used with the permission of the publisher, Nestle Purina PetCare.)


Read Sue Roger's first aid article

The Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation has received it's determination letter from the IRS, declaring the CSHF as a 501(c)(3) Public Charity. All contributions retroactive to April 16, 2007, are tax deductible to the amount allowed by law.


All the information you will need to quickly send DNA to research facilities.


You can learn to identify symptoms of Hemangiosarcoma and help fight the disease.

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Dear fellow Clumber fanciers,
While there is no doubt our breed has come a long way in the last 25 years, health issues such as immune mediated hemolytic anemia, disc disease, cardiomyopathy and hemangiosarcoma are taking many of our Clumbers much too early in life. It is our responsibility to act.

The Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation calls upon you to help make a difference, to establish a true resource for Clumber health. Our mission is to help Clumbers, and through our work any other dog, live longer, healthier lives, and you can be our champions.

Banding together internationally, we can promote and fund research into the diseases that are breaking our hearts. We can also educate fanciers on other health issues that affect our dogs. This takes commitment, it takes time, and it takes money. But it can be done.

Your support is needed and will be appreciated. We pledge, as a Board, to handle your contributions with utmost care and respect. We will abide by the Donor Bill of Rightsİ and strong ethical guidelines and will keep you informed on our work and advances.

Dedicated Clumber fanciers around the world can make a real difference. Whether we have bred them or adopted them into our homes and hearts, these dogs we love so much deserve no less.

Please, be a part of this dream: give the gift of health.

Wayne Holbrook
CSHF President

If you wish to send a contribution, you can do so to:

Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation
20958 Gro Racca Road

Iowa, LA 70647, USA

The Foundation is a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.