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.
German Shorthaired Pointer Pups, Oct 4th, 2014 Litter
The stork also brought us a litter of German Shorthaired Pointer puppies on October 5th! There are liver & white and black and white GSP pups in this deliver! Contact us (Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, Anderson Creek / Lillington, North Carolina / NC) VIA OUR WEBSITE if you are interested in one of these little bundles of joy!
Brittany Spaniel Pups, Oct 5th, 2014 Litter
The stork brought us a littler of Brittany Spaniel puppies on October 5th! There are both orange and liver. Contact us (Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, Anderson Creek / Lillington, North Carolina / NC) VIA OUR WEBSITE if you are interested in one of these little bundles of joy!
What Visitors Are Saying
Attached are few photos we had from our hunt on Christmas eve. We had a blast and my brother went back to Texas telling everyone about it! I will stop by soon to talk ducks. Hope all is well!See All Testimonials
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A friend of Anderson Creek, NC has a litter of German Shorthaired Pointers that are from our stock. They were whelped August 14. 1 male, 7 females, 7 black, white & roan. 1 brown & white female. Unregistered $450. Shots and dewormed. Contact us for more information, and specify “August 14th GSP puppies for sale”.
“Our GSP puppy has been wonderful. Her name is Grace Jones. She is full of energy. She comes to work with me each day. I’ve attached a picture of what my office looked like when I returned after a meeting. She loves to run and dig holes and then just completely crashes. Her personality is wonderful, very social, curious, and loving. She has yet to meet a stranger. She even met a cat she kissed! We cannot say enough wonderful things about Grace Jones!” Happy puppy in North Carolina!
Black & white and dark roans. Call me for your next German Shorthaired Pointer!
Remember Ruger the GSP? He’s not exactly a puppy anymore! Follow Ruger’s updates here.
We have a litter of GSP (German Shorthaired Pointers) pups born Feb 7. There are 10 pups that are akc reg. brown and white that will be ticked patched roan. Contact us if you are interested in one of our fine puppies!
Mr. James, I first want to say thank you for allowing us to bring Lily home. She has become a part of our family in only her first month here. She can already sit, lay, stay, roll over and play fetch. She has tripled in size since the day we got her and is showing no sign of slowing up as you can tell from the pictures. I can’t wait until she is old enough to go back to train. She is eager to please just like you said she would be and is already showing signs of being a great hunter and even better companion. Thanks again! Attached are … Continue reading
It was this November that we decided to purchase a GSP puppy..we wanted it for a Christmas gift for my 22 year old son. This past October he had lost his best friend in a tragic car accident than a day later we had to put down our family gsp.. Devasting! So we started looking around. I live in Cape Cod so I started my looking in the New England area. Web searching pulled Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve as one that had puppies available. I sent a email to them and to many others that that showed puppies available. We got some return responses of puppies that would be ready! … Continue reading
Jim / Ken, Pictures of our puppy. She’s absolutely adorable and smart! Her name is Rixey. Can’t wait till she’s hunting. Thanks,
James, It was great seeing you at the Raleigh Gun Show this past weekend. It has now been seven months since we took our eight week old GSP puppy home from Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve. We could not be happier with our “Daisy” since she is the most loving and affectionate addition to our family. We have taken “Daisy” to Bon-Clyde in Sanford for puppy training and she is the dog most used to show the others on how to respond to commands. Everything you told us about these GSP’s is true, they are smart, easy to train, always want to be around its owners and make a wonderful family … Continue reading