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.
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Ken and Will training and working their dogs here at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, North Carolina.
Photos of some recent visitors to Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve
Milo… He is absolutely amazing at hunting! Everyone, people we don’t even know call him Super Dog. He is so goofy! But when it’s hunting time… it gets real… all business! So happy with both boys!
Thank you for the great hunt last week! -Emily Jones
Here are some photos of Ken training some German Shorthaired Pointers at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve (North Carolina).
Christina and Hazels first quail together. Jeffro backed her point.
Jack and I had another fun day at Anderson Creek. Weather was perfect. The quail flushes were textbook and Jack, Pepper, and Copper had a huge time. Getting my feet tangled in Copper’s check cord and falling down gave us something to laugh about. Especially Ken. I greatly appreciate you and Ken making me, Jack and Fred feel so much at home at Anderson Creek. Here is a picture of your new Brittany’s. And a couple of Jack earning his keep. Sincerely, John Kluttz
The stork brought us a littler of Brittany Spaniel puppies on October 5th! There are both orange and liver. Contact us (Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, Anderson Creek / Lillington, North Carolina / NC) VIA OUR WEBSITE if you are interested in one of these little bundles of joy!
A friend of Anderson Creek, NC has a litter of German Shorthaired Pointers that are from our stock. They were whelped August 14. 1 male, 7 females, 7 black, white & roan. 1 brown & white female. Unregistered $450. Shots and dewormed. Contact us for more information, and specify “August 14th GSP puppies for sale”.
Hi James and Ken, Here is a picture of the Brittany pup (Scout) that I got from you guys. He is doing great and has some awesome instincts! He loves to point at everything and has flushed out a few birds from inside the woods. So far I have been focusing mostly on just getting him to “come” when called, which can be challenging if he is on a scent. He seems to get so focused on the scent he ignores the command. Let me know if you guys have any tips or other commands I can work with him on to get him ready for birds! Thanks, (Another Brittany … Continue reading