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.
Shorthair & Brittany Puppies For Sale
Shorthair and Brittany puppies for sale.Great family dogs that makes amazing hunting partners. Call or text James 910-578-6613 for more information.
What Visitors Are Saying
Good Morning Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve! We made a visit to your beautiful property the end of December. What a fantastic place! Coming back to the “country” after being stationed in the “city” for the last 6 months was wonderful! The fur friends were adorable and our boys LOVED running around with the puppies! We are STILL hearing about the little brown Brittany that seemed to attach himself instantly to our youngest! haha While on the bird hunting adventure with Loki, Timmy, our 12yr old, got his 1st quail! He was ecstatic! Thank you Ken for such an amazing trip and being part of the adventure! I have attached some pics….thought you might enjoy them! Wishing you … Continue reading →See All Testimonials
Monthly Archives: January 2018
Another good hunt with Ken and dogs
Mike and JR are getting better each time!
Onyx and Cookie helping at the Raleigh Gun Show Jan. 20-21
“James, Jack, Fred and I had another great day visiting with you and Ken and all the dogs. We set 4 birds for Jack and Ken was able to teach him not to bump the birds. We will keep reinforcing that. Here is a picture of Jack on point. As I said before I left yesterday, “Time spent with James and Ken is time well spent indeed”. I hope to be up tomorrow weather and road conditions permitting.” John
“Hi James, I thought you’d like an update on Little Millie. She has made herself at home here. Her and Artie become fast friends from day one! She is a delight! Thank you for that. Nancy Stanfield”
“Quail hunting at ACHP. On a beautiful January 16, 2018.”
“Thanks for a great day! I’m one proud Dad. Thanks again, David and Mason Jones”
Burning brush piles so we can plant more food plots this spring here at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve.