National Geographic : 1937 Jan
© National Geographic Society Painting byEdward Herbert Miner ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIELS ARE NAMED FOR THEIR OCCUPATION; CLUMBER SPANIELS FOR ANESTATE OFTHE DUKES OF NEWCASTLE Instead of pointing, the "springing spaniels" (pair with dark markings) flush or spring their game, startling itinto sudden flight sohunters may shoot. Increased pheasant breeding in America stimulates demand for these efficient dogs. Heavier, more sedate CLUMBER SPANIELS, white with lemon or pale-orange markings on head and ears, are well liked because they hunt without barking. Here one bears adead rabbit to itsmaster.