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 Puppies – 1 male, 1 female available
We have a male and female Brittany that are ready for their new family! Please contact us by phone: James 910-578-6613
What Visitors Are Saying
James and Ken, I just wanted to say thank for the hunting at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve. My sons really enjoyed it (as this is their first time hunting upland game birds). I spoke with Ken about a number of things, and I did not realize you had the shooting range among other things. I would like to attend one of your upcoming tower hunts with my sons and am interested in the possibility of hunting coyotes that Ken mentioned to me. None the less, I am glad that we tried it out, and look forward to doing some hunts and such again. Thank you, ShaneSee All Testimonials
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Update – L’il Bit the Brittany Spaniel & First Quail
Bird Hunting in NC, 2017
Update – Josie the Brittany Spaniel
Wanted to send you an update on Josie. She was the only white and orange out of Whisper’s February litter. The picture is of her at 4 weeks and 5 1/2 months, thought it was great. You wouldn’t believe she was the same pup with all the color and ticking that’s come in.
She was housebroken at 4 months, we trained her on an underground fence in about 2 weeks and she travels like a champ. She’s not only a great family dog here in the suburbs letting toddlers poke her in the face, I’ve taken her out in some cutover pine fields and she will hunt without being taught anything.
Wanted to tell you guys thanks and send some pictures along for you to see how good she’s doing.
Wes and Jill
Update – Penny the GSP
Hope everyone at Anderson Creek is doing well and surviving the heat.
It’s been a little while since I shared pictures of the dynamic duo. Easton was a year old on 4/29 and Penny turned a year on 8/1. They play together all day and put on quite the show after dinner every night.
Penny will have her first “real” hunt on opening day of dove season. I’ll let you know how she does with all the chaos. She’s doing pretty well (despite her incompetent owner).
Have a good evening.
Update – Shep the GSP
Thought I’d check in and send a few photos of Shep, our boy we picked up from the early April liter. Everything we thought he would be and more. Doing really well up here in Delaware. Even got to meet his relative Saxon a few weeks ago when Chris Stenger was up north. His boy is coming along really well too. Great dogs from Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, NC.