*TEMPORARY NAMES BASED ON LITTER THEME*
*SOUND THERAPY & CURRICULUM*
Meet our gorgeous litter of kennel club registered golden cocker spaniel pups. We now have 5 available on the 9th of January.
Elf & Rudolph - boys
Angel & Star & Holly - girls.
This litters theme is Christmas of course! Although these puppies cannot go to their homes until the start of January, we thought it would be fun for photos and temporary names to be based around Christmas and you never know, you might find inspiration from them and keep it for the permanent name of your choice of puppy!
The reason we do temporary names and litter themes different to most breeders you may come across, which usually use collar colours for convenience, is to give our forever families something different. Weekly photos based around our theme, keepsakes to go in the puppy packs & just a bit of fun to really show how passionate we strive to be for our doggies.
Info on parents:
Our mamma has been raised in our family home and herself and the puppies are raised around 4 children.
Both parents are 5 generation kennel club registered, health tested and have a very good temperament.
We can provide photos of litters dad upon request.
Info on pups:
All puppies will be kc registered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed & flea’d when leaving day arrives. They will go home with a large puppy pack of goodies & paperwork.
We will be doing 4-5 weeks of sound therapy with these puppies including: Fireworks, Thunder, loud noises, Children & Babies, alarms, vacuum, hair clippers, traffic, Door bell/knock & animal sounds.
Weekly curriculum will be provided for our pups to get them ready for the outside world with the use of toys, play items, textures & training modules. Week 1-2 included ENS & ESI for early introduction to textures and smells. This has proven to be helpful for working dogs and gives our pups the best start to be ready for what’s to come.
We will only be allowing our pups to go to their forever homes should they be families or working environments. We would expect a facetime consultation before accepting anyone. If you are accepted, a 20% deposit of £300 will be expected to secure your puppy. First come first serve on the choice of pup.
What we offer to our forever families:
Weekly WhatsApp/Email updates:
These updates will include- Professional weekly photos, weekly videos, Health updates, where we are with curriculum, training & therapy, achievements, Weaning updates, different weekly conversations about the specific breed, Leaving day plans. We will also offer a weekly facetime with your puppy should you request it. We are happy to answer any questions about the breed should our families need answers or advice.
Puppy packs upon leaving day:
Includes- A bag of His/Her current food (Skinners 2.5kg bag), Embroidered blanket, Puppy Picture, His/Her favourite toy, His/Her first collar, Puppy pads, poo bags.
Paperwork- KC registering certificate, Generation pedigree certificate, Kennel club name certificate, Vets check certificate, Business card recommendations.
We are also allowing our families to choose part of their Kennel club name.
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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.
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.