All boys are now sold but we still have our 5 beautiful girls left, ready to go to their new homes a week on Monday!
All of our puppies are a beautiful liver and white and will be available to go to their forever homes from October 9th 2021 (8 weeks old).
As we own both parents, you will see them at the time of viewing the pups, and so mum will be seen interacting with the puppies.
Both Mum and Dad are perfect examples of stunning and healthy Springer Spaniels - loyal to the bone and incredibly friendly.
Our Springers have been raised to be none destructive and have never had so much as a shoe chewed… I can’t promise that this runs in the family, however, we will do our best!
We hope that the new owners of any of the pups can keep us up to date with their progress now and again - it would be lovely to see them grow. We love each and every one of our beloved puppies and so does our family.
If this is your first Springer Spaniel, please be aware that these are very social dogs. If you work all day or work unsociable hours, then this isn’t the breed for you. They require a lot of human interaction along with regular walks, attention, and playtime.
We ask that a short contract is signed at the time of purchase, this basically outlines some terms and conditions that the puppy will not be sold on in the future and that we will take the puppy back if for whatever reason that you’re unable to keep them - no questions asked. It also explains that we would have had each puppy vet checked, microchipped, wormed and have received their first vaccination before they leave.
Please note that I am in no rush to get rid of these pups, my wife and I have put in a lot of hard work to ensure their health and well-being and therefore will not be letting them go early, nor will I be negotiating prices.
Any questions, please feel free to ask.
We are located on the outskirts of Derby.
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