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
There were 18 mallards circling our decoys last evening. I think we saw a total of 30 or more. Definitely migration birds.See All Testimonials
Monthly Archives: February 2015
Schultz the German Shorthaired Pointer puppy enjoying the North Carolina winter with pal Violet.
What an awesome point from this GSP!!!
James, From myself, Kari, and John Peter, we want to thank you and your people (and the dogs!) for an awesome morning of hunting. It was a great weekend getaway from the Fort Bragg work week. Once we can all find time we will definitely be coming back to Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, NC! Aaron
Good job on back up shooting and retrieving at the Feb 14 tower hunt!
Mr. James, I cannot thank you enough for the awesome hunt today for my son’s birthday. Mr. Ken Adams was a great, knowledgeable guide and the dog work was top shelf. Being from Harnett County myself it was just like old times with people that make you feel like they have known you all your life. Dillon, my son, is ready to do it again as soon as possible, which is a positive thing for me. We will be back to hunt again JD Coomer
Another fine German Shorthaired Pointer!
Hey James, Andrea and I wanted to get in touch with you and Ken about our pup Scarlett. She is doing absolutely great and we couldn’t be happier. She just recently finished her first level of puppy training. She has been a wonderful addition to our family and we love her so much. She is very healthy and she is up to date on her shots and been taken to the vet regularly. She is close to 30 pounds now. We just wanted to update you on how she is doing and thank you for everything! Best wishes, Trey Charles
Penny said this is a nice place for a nap! Ahhhh, these GSPs.
Milo said GSPs never get to big to be a lap dog!