I am on the lookout for a female Springer spaniel puppy.
We are a very loving family who adores their fur babies very much.This will be our second Springer pup.
My previous fur baby was with us for over 11 years and they were some of the best years of our lives.
We also have another wee dog which is a mixed breed dog who would also love a wee buddy to get into mischief with. Our household comprises of adults and children 12+.
I am hoping to find a future planned litter if possible. We are looking for a female liver and white puppy who has not had their tail docked as we are wanting her as a pet not as a working/ hunting dog.
Get in touch to discuss price etc.
I will accept images however will want to see puppies, mum and dad upon picking puppy and on collection.
Images attached are of our late Trixi bear who we loved very dearly and are lost without x
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