We only have carefully planned litters of Cocker Spaniels and miniature long haired Dacshsunds, so puppies are not always available, however,we welcome enquires at any time. We are members of registered breed clubs for both Cocker Spaniels ( The Cocker Spaniel Club) and Miniature Dachshunds ( The Miniature Dachshund Club) and abide by their code of ethics. As reputable breeders, I am sure you will understand, we will only allow our pups to go to carefully vetted and suitable homes. It is as important to us to find the right families to raise and care for our puppies and to give them a suitable home as it should be for you to find the right puppy to suit your family. Please consider very carefully how a puppy will change your life and accept that this will happen. Please make sure you have realistic expectations of how a puppy will fit into your family. If you have children it is not enough to seek out a breed, like a Cocker Spaniel or a Dachshund and expect that because they are good family dogs that this entitles younger members of your family to treat them like toys and then blame the dog when he bites back! Understand that house training, which includes toilet training , learning to sleep alone at night, coming to terms with being left for short periods through the day, chewing, scratching, barking, crate training etc etc all takes time and patience and if your puppy is slow to learn, very possibly it is because you are not being consistent or because you have an unrealistic expectation as to how long it will take. No matter how hard they try a baby puppy can not 'hold on' for long periods of time. All puppies are cute, but they are also very demanding, you must be prepared for this. Remember you wanted to bring a dog into your home, now you must work hard to raise a happy, well adjusted, sociable adult that you can trust wholeheartedly and be proud of, who will love you unconditionally and be forever your faithful friend and companion. All our puppies leave with a 'puppy contract' and we will always take back a dog that can no longer stay with his family BUT that does not mean that you should purchase a puppy unless you are 100% committed to caring for him for his whole lifetime. All our Cocker Spaniel and Miniature long haired Dachshund puppies are lovingly and carefully reared. They are are all well-handled and socialized with both human companions and adult dogs, learning all of the noises they are likely to encounter in their new family homes. This is very important for puppies life skills and helps them to be well-adjusted adults. Each puppy will leave for their new home with a lifetime support and advice if needed, plus a comprehensive care pack consisting of a starter pack of food, a mountain of advice and care information, pedigree certificate, Kennel Club Registration form, health insurance documentation and more. We do not sell puppies for breeding purposes and this includes unregistered breeding and cross breeding and this too makes up part of the puppy contract . KC registrations are endorsed R & X ( Progeny Not for Registration & Not eligible for an Export pedigree) and these , except in cases of established show homes, will not be lifted. We only breed from adults that are tested ( unless status known through parentage) for PRA ( and also for F/N in Cockers) so that no Fendrove or Inkum puppy is affected by these inherited diseases.


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