My Dog and I

Our ethos is quite simple. A family business run from home offering great pedigree, happy Spaniel puppies with the most full-some back up we can muster. All our dogs that we breed from (male and female) are integrated as part of the family, our puppies are socialised with all the other dogs, family members and visitors and general animals at large (horses, ducks, sheep, goats and chickens). Our last litter was even partly house trained on newspaper, I cannot take credit for this, they actually sorted it out themselves.

This website is intended as a guide line for first time owners of Spaniels. If there is anything you feel we have missed out that would be helpful then please let us know. From the first time you meet our puppies (we also happily invite interested parties to meet all the dogs if you just would like to get to know the breed a bit better), through to choosing your puppy, visiting him or her in the forthcoming weeks. We also have a shop on site selling everything you could possibly need at great prices. A true one-stop-shop!

Our book 'The Sprocker Spaniel' has come together with the last couple of years of breeding Sprocker Spaniels. Covering how to find your perfect pup, questions to be asked before and after purchasing your pup, puppy proofing your house, essential kit and all the ideas and tips you need to get a successful start. See The Sprocker Spaniel

Not sure which type of Spaniel will suit you best? There are so many urban myths about Spaniels, combined with well wishers opinions of the breed, a lot of potential puppy buyers come to us knowing that a Spaniel is probably the right dog for them, but a tad confused about which one (and which sex) is the best for them. So, combining years of Spaniels as pets, working dogs and breeding and selling them, our new book Choosing A Cocker or Springer or Sprocker Spaniel is the perfect answer for you!

A Kid's Guide To Owning A Spaniel, written by Kids for Kids. There is nothing like having your first puppy, its a life long remembered relationship but its not just fun and games. Bringing your new pup into your life requires love, time and commitment. Just because you are a kid though, does'nt mean you can't do a great job, you just need some help, some guidelines and a bit of patience. See A Kid's Guide To Owning A Spaniel, written by Kids for Kids - no boring adults making it more complicated than it should be!

A lot happens here month by month, pups are born, pups leave, new dogs sometimes arrive and sometimes our faithful girls are retired. We always try to just work with people who get and keep in contact with us when it comes to all matters canine, since we would rather not advertise to the world at large and feel comfortable in our personal community we have built ourselves. In order to actually inform anyone who is interested we have put together a monthly newsletter and as anyone who vaguely knows me, I do love to write, so it’s a perfect opportunity to sit and talk to myself, spaniel on foot and type happily away with a large ‘do not disturb’ sign on the office door. This is intended for anyone who loves spaniels (you don’t even need to own one!) and are interested in their day to day life. See Our Newsletter for more details.

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