It is Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve's desire to breed German Shorthaired Pointers and Brittany Spaniels for puppies that will not only turn into great hunting dogs but will also be wonderful family dogs and beloved pets.
Brittany Spaniel Puppies – May 2018
Brittany Spaniel Puppies! They will make great family dogs that also love to hunt. For more information please call either Ken Adams 910-551-1059 or James 910-578-6613.
What Visitors Are Saying
Jim Wanted to say thanks for a great day of hunting. It was Ned’s first hunt and he really enjoyed it. It was a reward for completing the NC Hunter Safety Education class. Our guide Ken was very helpful, giving Ned some great tips and encouragement throughout the morning. Attached are some photos that you can use on your website. Best, Rich WilliamsSee All Testimonials
Update – Rowdy
Rowdy turned 4 today. He looks just like his Dad Toby but maybe a couple pounds lighter. 61.8 down 2 pounds from last year. Mainly because it’s to hot to go outside and hunt lizards.
Don’t know how I could love him anymore.
Puppy Update – Folsom
“Hey, James! Just wanted to let you know we took Folsom in for his 10 week check up and got a clean bill of health! He’s doing great and we really picked a great dog! He’s a joy and a blessing to our family!”
New Pup on the Block…
Meet Pepper and Doc’s male German Shorthaired Pointer puppy, “Beau Duke”. He is going to be starting his training as a bird dog at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve and be our new stud dog.
Update – Jack “On Point!”
Jack, Fred and I had another great day visiting with you and Ken and all the dogs.
We set 4 birds for Jack and Ken was able to teach him not to bump the birds. We will keep reinforcing that. Here is a picture of Jack on point.
As I said before I left yesterday, “Time spent with James and Ken is time well spent indeed”.
I hope to be up tomorrow weather and road conditions permitting.”
Update – Millie the Brittany Spaniel
I thought you’d like an update on Little Millie. She has made herself at home here. Her and Artie become fast friends from day one! She is a delight!
Thank you for that.
German Shorthaired Seasons Greetings!
Update – Wilma the German Shorthaired Pointer
I just wanted to let you know that my GSP is doing great! She is the sweetest dog and I couldn’t be happier to have her. I named her Wilma. Here she is at the beach for the first time.
Thanks again and Happy New Year!”