I am happy to announce the arrival of our beautiful 5 working spaniel puppies!
The mother is a chocolate working cocker spaniel with experience of being a mother to 2 other litters and in the shooting game.
Her name is wispa and she is 6 years old with many years experience working as a beating dog for multiple shoots in Hampshire. She is very well known for her brilliant temperament, obedience and her amazing work on shooting days.
She is brilliant with other dogs, children and new people. I can not fault her for being the most amazing mother to her litters! Wispa can be seen with the puppies on the arranged viewings or video calls.
We are currently in a update of a health test for wispa now but previous was completely clear of any diseases, inherited diseases etc.
The father is a beautiful lemon and white working cocker spaniel.
The father won me over completely at the time of the studding for his amazing temperament, outstanding colours and for how obedient he is with his owner.
He is a family dog and has the same aspects as the mother when it comes to behaviour, other dogs, children and new people etc. The father is kc registered and has a brilliant reputation for his outstanding litters.
I could not of picked a better father to have
To these beautiful puppies.
We have 3 boys and 2 girls.
2 black boys- 1 boy having a spot of white on his nose and chest and a few white socks. The other boy having white from the top of his head to the bottom of his chest and white socks.
1 red boy.
1 red girl (reserved)
1 lemon and white female with white from top of head to nose.
What will the puppies have done and come with?
The puppies will have/be-
4 weeks insurance.
Health tested by vet.
Blanket of the scent of mother and litter
First few weeks food
A complete puppy pack with each puppy.
I am taking bookings for viewing or video calls to see the puppies now for when they are 4 weeks.
Video call bookings can be taken now for anytime.
To secure your puppy it will be a £500 non refundable deposit.
If you have any questions please feel free to give me a message or call.
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