Quality, strong, healthy puppies, bred for type and temperament.
1 dogs and 1 bitch currently available
Dams health tests..
Clear Eye test
EIC Hereditary Clear
Sires Health Tests
PDP-1 Hereditary clear
EIC Hereditary Clear
These pups have a strong working line and some show lines, I am hoping to show one of these pups and so these pups have not been docked or dew-clawed. These are nice strong pups with plenty of bone.
Both parents work on local shoots and mum has competed in some local open shows.
Puppies will come with a complete vet check. Wormed at 2, 5 & 7 weeks.
Vaccination card showing first vaccinations.
Kennel club registration papers.
Copies of both parents health certificates.
Puppies will be ready to leave for their new homes from 16th October at 8 weeks old - Please note viewings from 6 weeks only after 30th September.
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The Spaniel breed’s exact origin is unknown but they are believed to have originated in Spain in the 14th century. Bred to hunt, flush, and fetch game animals, the Spaniel became a hunter’s trusty companion.