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, here are a couple of the pics that we took. And once I want to thank you. You and the staff were great to work with and I have to tell you that the tower pheasant hunt is one of the craziest but most fun I have had. And the term Dove Hunting does not do it justice. Thanks,See All Testimonials
Update – Jill the GSP Learning to Point
Update – Duke the GSP
I will definitely be getting another puppy from y’all when duke is older. To be as young as he is he is very smart! He already will let you know when he has to go out side to use the bathroom. I don’t think I will have no problem getting him trained.
Update – Maverick the GSP Puppy
We have thoroughly enjoyed our GSP Maverick that we got from Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve in early August. He has such a great personality and has been easy to train and so much fun! We have taken him so many places and everyone is always so complimentary of him!
Another NC ACHP GSP –
Another good report from the happy owner of an Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve (North Carolina) German Shorthaired Pointer puppy.
We bought a puppy from you on may 6th. She was born March 11th. I just wanted to show you some pictures of her. She is the absolute best dog I have ever owned. Thanks again.”
Update – Rowdy the GSP
Today is Rowdy’s 3rd birthday. The Vet says he’s in perfect health. Even with all the treats I give him he weighs the same as he did last June 25th, 61.12 pounds and about 24 1/2 inches tall. I did mess up a month ago and gave him rawhide for two weeks. He was sick fort another two weeks, he had me worried. No more rawhide bones ever.
He doesn’t go hunting no where near as much since it has gotten 240 degrees out so he spends 16 hours a day sticking his head into every shrub on the place looking for those little green lizards. If they let him get to close he catches them every time. He doesn’t kill them unless he accidentally bites down to hard. Most of the time he spits them out and chases them again.
Dr. Rabon told me 2 1/2 years ago that he would be a puppy until he’s 3. It saddens me to say but just the past two months I have noticed a big change in him. He still has a little puppy in him. I still can’t catch him with a paint stick but he has settled down, but to me he will always be my baby.
Update – Pointin’ Pooter
This is Pooter (lost a bet) pointing and hunting at about 7 or 8 months old. He retrieves and points mostly by instinct and all it took on my end was mostly obedience training and stuff I learned from the gun dog book.
I’d like to come up and see those spotted Brittanys when y’all have them.
Update – Patton the GSP
I thought you might like to hear about and see some pictures of the male GSP puppy (“Patton”) that we got from Nichole’s January litter. We have really enjoyed having him these past 2 months! He is VERY sweet, and smart, and gets along great with his 8-yr-old Brittany Spaniel sister! He even got to meet one of his litter mates (“Basil”) that also lives in Raleigh – I attached a pic of both of them playing together!
You have really bred some beautiful and great dogs! So grateful that we get to enjoy them – I definitely think we picked the right one! I have also already recommended you to a few people! 🙂