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 – 5/19/2016
These Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve Brittany Spaniel pups are now old enough for people to visit and reserve. These ANDERSON Creek Brittany pups are 4 weeks old. We have orange and white males, and liver and white females. They go to new homes in 4 more weeks. Come visit theses pups and us. Call James 910-578-6613
Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve Brittany Spaniel Puppy
If you are interested in an Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve Brittany Spaniel Puppy contact us directly at email@example.com or 910-578-6613
What Visitors Are Saying
James, Sarah and I really enjoyed the hunt. Beautiful land, fine dogs and good flying birds. Ken was not only a good guide but great company. Attached are a few photos. Thanks again,See All Testimonials
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Jax showing his choice of candidates! He’s growing and is incredibly smart. We love him so much! Hope your doing good. Next time I’m in Raleigh visiting my sister I’m going to come visit you! Allyson
Henri is doing great!!! He has stolen all of our hearts and we couldn’t be more in love. Thank you for our sweet baby!!!
Abel has been the most awesome family dog ever. He is enjoying living on the farm and having freedom to explore and hunt whenever he pleases! We love him!
Bella is 9 1/2 months old and the sweetest GSP. She is having a lot of fun at college in GA with her dad. When she comes home to NC she loves playing in the yard with the pine needles and pine cones and burying sticks in the sand. She’s the best! So much fun!
Gunner is one of the best additions to our family.
Lance is doing great!
Pepper, Roscoe, Sammy and Doc (the German Shorthaired Pointers) did a great job this weekend. Ryan and Steve did OK guiding.
James I wanted to let you know that Sam, Hunter and I had a great time this Saturday. Hunter performed beyond my wildest dream having never participated in a pheasant hunt. I had quite a few hunters come up to me and congratulate me on my dog. They commented on his size, speed, stamina, but most of all about his drive to retrieve the birds, going deep into the swampy waters where others including labs did not want to go. I couldn’t be more proud of him. Included are a few pictures. Thanks for having us there. Kind Regards Sam De Sousa
Lookin’ good, Lance!
Hello, Just wanted to send some update pictures on Saxon. He is 4 months old right now. He knows, Sit, Woh, Here and stays close when we walk in the woods. He also has been retrieving a little and can find a pheasant cape wrapped around a bumper in tall grass without seeing it first. He has some pretty great prey drive just need to work on his consistency with commands, retrieving, pointing, and getting used to actual birds. -Chris