Our lovely dog Rosie recently gave birth to 9 cocker spaniel puppies!
She have 6 boys and 3 girls in the litter. They are all healthy and strong and are developing very well.
The father is our own pet, Harry. Both parents are very calm, loving, and affectionate. Very easy to train.
Both parents have had health tests Familial Nephropathy (FN), and prcd – PRA, Acral Mutilation Syndrome (AMS)
In addition to this, both Rosie's and Harry's parents have also had tests for Familial Nephropathy (FN), and prcd – PRA,
Both the parents and the grand parents being clean, means that our puppies won't develop or carry these awful diseases.
The puppies in the images above are listed below:
1. Boy 1 (dark green) (available)
2. Girl 1 (blue) (not available)
3. Boy 2 (orange) (available)
4. Boy 3 (pink) (available)
5. Boy 4 (red) ( not available)
6. Girl 2 (white) (available)
7. Girl 3 (purple) (available)
8. Boy 5 (light green) (available)
9. Boy 6 (yellow) (available)
The puppies will be ready to go to their new homes from 27th July.
By the time they are ready to leave they will have been trained to go to the toilet outside and they will be on solid food.
They will be wormed and flea treated as well as have their first vaccination, microchip and health check.
They will come whit bag of food ,and blanket whit their mummy`s sent.
The puppies will not be KC registered.
The deposit for puppy will be £250.
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As early as a thirteen-week-old puppy, a cocker spaniel can be introduced to necessary training. In fact, Northumbria Police have begun training four cocker pups (Henry, Herbert, Hartley, and Hunter) to become the future Northumbria Police specialist search dogs.
Should you get a cocker spaniel, the UK’s most popular spaniel breed, or a Cavalier King Charles spaniel, a favoured breed by many royalties? Both spaniel breeds make great family pets that it’s hard to choose between the two. Let’s assess and see which breed is more suited to you and your lifestyle.