We have had our GSP Bitch confirmed to be in whelp and are now taking expressions of interest. Both parents work both scent tracking, driven/rough shooting and can be seen. Both parents are happy, fit, lively and healthy - hips/eyes tested & certificated clear of defects. The litters COI is below the breed average. This is Mum’s 2nd litter and Dad’s 3rd and final litter. We have been in the breed for 12 years and have competed GSP’s in gundog shows, scurrys, field trials and working tests. They spend most of their days accompanying me to work in my 4x4 or outdoors around horses. Pups are whelped in our kitchen and live there 24/7 until after weaning around age 5 weeks when they need more space to play and live in our garden & stables. We offer a lifetimes welfare and training support to puppies we breed and love to receive regular updates on the litters progress once in their new forever homes. GSP’s are a bouncy, lively, energetic breed who make great family pets and mix well with older children and enjoy the company of another large breed canine gundog companion. Working Gundogs need consistent exercise, play, training and stimulation. The whole litter will be ready to leave, wormed fortnightly, nail trimmed, microchipped, a piece of vet bed that smells of mum/the littermates and have food that their tummies are used to supplied at age 8weeks. We plan to dock/de dewclaw at around 3 days of age but only the percentage of pups going to working homes as per Englands current DEFRA certification rules hence advertising prior to birth so copies of gun licences or a letter from the gamekeeper/MOD,etc are required by docking Vet. We take a 50% non returnable deposit once a secure knowledgable home has been found and the final 50% at the time of collection.
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