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.
3 male Brittany puppies available to go home December 15th 2020
What Visitors Are Saying
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Look at these two North Carolina, ACHP bred German Shorthaired Pointers! 🙂
“Thanks for having us. My son and I and our puppy Leia had a wonderful day with Ken! We can’t wait to come back! I want to attend that tower hunt in November. I gotta find out if I can get the day off work. Thanks again guys.” Chris
“Abby, the female pup I bought from you a couple weeks ago.”
Here are some photos of Ken training some German Shorthaired Pointers at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve (North Carolina).
Hey James, My kids and I had an awesome time hunting your property with my dog Lincoln (the GSP) that Ken Adams trained at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, NC. It is great to see how he turned out after the training process. I look forward to bringing him up to ACHP for many more hunts. Thanks Again. Brendan McInerney
Scamper’s German Shorthaired Pointer litter, born 13 March 2017. Available at ACHP (North Carolina). There are three brown/white and five black/white. Their individual ticking is becoming visible now. Please call James or Ken to schedule a viewing if you are interested in buying one of these puppies. A non-refundable deposit will be required to hold a puppy. Puppies will be ready to go home around the beginning of May (7-8 weeks of age).
Just wanted to update you on Bella! She is adjusting very well to her new home! She is already spoiled!?? we love her dearly!
“Paisley will be a year old April 21st, wow time flies! I thought you’d like a photo and update, she’s as energetic as ever and is adjusting well to life in South Carolina.” Billy Brockbrader
“James and Ken: My son, Josh and I had a productive and enjoyable morning in the field. Terrific guide, dogs, location and birds. We have hunted numerous preserves in North Carolina and elsewhere. I can sincerely say this was the best experience to date. We will be back again and again. Thanks for the hospitality and a great hunt.”
Last bird of the day. He stayed on it for a while.