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
Just wanted to say thanks again for a great hunt and a wonderful day. It was nice to be able to enjoy a hunt with my wife and child who do not typically like to hunt with me. Until next time. Can we request specific dogs? We really like Spot.See All Testimonials
Monthly Archives: October 2015
Rowdy says Howdy, Rowdy will be 16 months old on the 25th. I will be 804 months old on the 31st. (Halloween) He is 57 pounds, right on his target weight of 60 pounds at a year and a half. I am 210 pounds. According to my doctor I am at least 20 pounds overweight. He is around 22 inches tall. My height keeps changing as I get older. I timed him in a quarter mile at less than 30 seconds. That’s a little better than 30 miles an hour. I can’t even drive 30 miles an hour. He has been off leash for 3 months now and he doesn’t … Continue reading
Here are some of our winter flood plots, out here at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve (NC) for 2015.
Hey guys. Wanted to update you on our Brittany Pearl. We got her last December and she just celebrated her 1st birthday on October 5th. Pearl has been a great dog. She is very eager to learn and to please. She enjoys going on runs, playing with other dogs, and hunting birds and squirrels in her backyard and on runs. Thanks, Mark Harrell
Hey James! We wanted to update you on our dog Scarlett. We purchased her from Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, NC, a year ago. She just turned one year old on October 5th. She is doing great!
Hi James, Please see our hunt pictures attached. Thanks for the great time. Glad the weather cleared up for a little while. Can’t wait to come back and get some more work in with the Benelli! Jeff
Max the GSP with his boy Jackson hanging out at soccer practice.