sorry all sold now .....Our Cocker Spaniel puppies will be Kennel Club registered; this ensures a good line of quality breeding, that their mummy is not over 8 years old, they are pure cocker spaniels, there is no inter breeding with close family members.
This is Meadows 2nd litter and her mummy Poppy and her Nanny Jasmine, and Great Grandma Willow, were all exceptional gundogs & fantastic pets. We are proud to be breeding this consistent line knowing they are kind, loyal, easy to train but sometimes cheeky. I have over 20 years’ experience in training Gundogs so they will have the best start to set them up for life.
Both mum and dad are trained gundogs, and have many Field Trial Champions & winners in their blood line. This can be seen on their 5-generation Kennel Club certificate any dog shown in red is a champion, both have great temperament, trainability and the willingness to please.
They have been vet checked, and will be microchipped, along with their 1st vaccination and wormed regularly.
The puppies will come with:
Skinners puppy Pack - which contains a supply of food on which they will have been weaned onto.
Kennel Club registered paperwork
Four weeks Kennel Club insurance
Scented blanket of Mum and Siblings to reassure your new puppy
Some other goodies- Kong- toys are the best
A lifetime of support (I’m always at the end of the phone to help)
A five-star active home is essential
We are selling our puppies at £1850.00 with a deposit of £350.00 to secure your new friend.
Your new puppy was born 30th July 2020 and will be ready to join their forever home on Thursday 24th September 2020 when they are 8 weeks old as recommended by The Kennel Club so they are mature enough to cope, their new environment.
Any questions or concerns please call us and we are more than happy to video call so you can see the puppies together with mum.
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