Our beautiful working cocker spaniel Martha has just had a fantastic litter.
This is Martha's first and she's proving to be a fantastic mother.
She is amazing with children, incredibly patient and very forgiving of our over affectionate toddlers!
Martha is very loving and loyal. She has a lovely, calm temperament and is incredibly biddable. All she wants to do is please, which is always commented on by the people she meets.
Otter, the sire, is a black working cocker. He's a keeper's favourite dog. Otter is strong, keen, biddable and incredibly hard working. "He's a grafter, but cool as you like. Very level headed for a spaniel."
The puppy's were born on the 5th August and are ready to go from the 1 October at 8 weeks old.
They will be microchipped, had their 1st vaccination and health check before leaving. They will have 4 weeks free insurance.
The puppies are being handled daily by children and adults. They're coping well with all usual household noises such as the hoover, washing machine, dryer, as well as the cats.
You will receive regular updates and photos of your puppy's development via WhatsApp.
We anticipate these stunning puppies will be of the finest temperament, incredible family pets and/or working dogs.
We are looking for knowledgeable, active and forever loving homes.
We have 5 boys (3 black and 2 golden) and 2 girls (1 black and 1 blonde) available.
More pictures available upon request.
We will make sure these puppies go to loving homes.
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