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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Group: Gundog Group
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 11 months 30 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: No
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Location: Ledbury, Herefordshire

Advert Details

We are pleased to be able to open our reservation list for the planned spring 2020 litters from Glasybont & Leadon Court Gundogs.

All puppies are fully KC registered.

All of our dogs are members of our family first. We only breed once the dog is fully health tested to include the following:
Annual eye certificate inspection
Hip and if relevant elbow scoring
Full DNA testing for CNM, PRA, EIC, SD2.

Our breeding program exists to allow us to train Labradors for assistance dogs, specializing in companion dogs for physically disabled and also autistic children. Due to this, the nature and temperament of the dogs is ideally suited for family life.

Our dogs are also trained for gundog work and several compete each year at international level.

We prefer to invite interested families and individuals to come and visit us in advance of the litters being born for several reasons:
1. You get to meet the adult dogs. Puppies are very difficult to walk away from but they do soon grow up. Seeing the adult dog will allow you to make a better informed decision on the build, size and temperament of the breeding. we have 5 generations at home for you to meet.
2. It allows you to make a no rushed decision in advance of your new puppy becoming ready to join you. Bringing a puppy into your life is a serious decision and will be with you for the next ten plus years.
3.You can meet the breeder, multiple generations of the breeding line and the environment in which they will be born, reared and looked after by experienced owners.
4. It also allows us to meet you and together make the decision if our breeding is suitable for the new proposed family / home.

The puppies are reared in doors and are handled daily by both adults and children. They will be fully vet checked, come with a vet inspection certificate at 8 weeks of age, microchipped and will have their first innoculations plus relevant worming treatment.
Puppies are re homed with a months supply of premium food, piece of scent bedding if required and a life time of support.

The puppies can leave us after 8 weeks of age. We also are able to keep the puppies for extended periods to assist with the first weeks of house training or basic through to advanced training if requested.

We are a premium small family breeder and only plan 2-3 litters per year. We are licenced and operate to the highest welfare standards and are open to inspection.

To find out more about us, please look at our website;

www.glasybontgundogs.com

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