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
Great day of pheasant, chukkar and quail hunting! Perfect weather, perfect dogs and perfect staff! Thanks and looking forward to the next hunt. Mike McKinney and Jake PaniciSee All Testimonials
Another Good Looking ACHP GSP Pup!
We enjoy getting updates on all of our German Shorhaired Puppies!
Update – Henri the GSP Puppy…
Hope you are all doing well at Anderson Creek!
Ken Hall of Pinehurst, NC
I want to thank you for the opportunity to hunt at Anderson Creek. My daughter Rachel and I had a great time. Being that it was her first time hunting, I wanted her to have a more controlled atmosphere and the guarantee that she would actually see some birds. Our guide Troy and his dog Chuck put us on the birds which allowed us to come away with nine quail and a rooster pheasant. The hunt was part of Rachel’s birthday present and she couldn’t have been happier with the outcome. While driving home, she asked, “when can we go back?” Again thanks for a great time and a memory that she and I will never forget. Take care and have a great day.
Our Anderson Creek German-Shorhair Pointer, Lily
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 pictures of Lily. We look forward to bringing her back to see the preserve and train.