Our “introduced” dogs are younger dogs typically still puppies, 4-6 months old, that have had some basic obedience and field training. These pups typically come to the whistle, sit on the whistle while on a lead, are generally retrieving to hand and have been introduced to birds and gunfire. We typically offer “introduced” puppies for between $1,500 – $2,400.
DOB August 7, 2018
Asking $2,400 pricing will increase as training progresses.
Sammy is a medium sized black and white male with a well proportioned compact build. His pedigree is a blending of top US and UK bloodlines resulting in a temperament that is very biddable and cooperative and takes to training quickly. He has a stable calm disposition, that is not easily rattled. He responds best to positive training methods rather than correction.
He is crate trained, responds well to the whistle, delivers birds to hand (pheasants and pigeons), is steady to a thrown dummy or bird and has been introduced to the gun (Shotgun W209 primers). He is a strong bird finder, has a great mouth with a quick pickup and good delivery. He will be a loving companion and hunting buddy. Sammy is a “gentleman’s hunting dog, a well mannered cooperative dog whether on or off leash.
His pedigree is filled with exceptional US And UK spaniels including, NFC FC AFC Harvest Moon’s Cinnamon Girl, NAFC FC AFC Sand Creek’s Annie’s Abbey, NFC FC AFC Crosswinds Warpath, NFC FC Pondsview’s Left In The Light, IFTC Skronedale Romulus, FTC Clarburg Art, UK NFC Sunnybrae Siskin and UK NFC Moonreed Flush.
Please call 763-221-2882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
DOB August 7, 2018
We are asking $2,400, pricing will increasing as training progresses.
We are offering Abbey, a 9 month old female English Springer spaniel for sale.
Abbey is a pocket rocket! She is very petite but has has a ton of drive and is very flashy in the field. She is an excellent bird finder, lights up on game and is affectionate with a bolder temperament. She handles moderate correction well and has been introduced to the e-collar, for minor corrections. She has not been collar “conditioned.” I have introduced her to shot via Winchester 209A primer pistol. Her pick-up and delivery has been sloppy but is improving significantly.
Among her other talents Abbey is an escape artist. Six foot high kennel panels require a top to contain her otherwise she goes over the top!
Abbey has a lot of potential as a field trial candidate or exceptional hunting dog who is exciting to hunt over.
For more information please email email@example.com, or call 763-221-2882.