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 A wonderful litter of PUPPIES is planned for Spring/Summer of 2020

Field, Show, Obedience, Agility, and wonderful pets...
Talent in every venue and looks to match.
 
 
is being bred to
 
Watson is a stunning boy. He was bred by me from imported semen from Scotland and is the grandson of the 2011 Crufts winner. Watson was just getting back in the show ring to complete his Grand championship when Coronavirus put his campaign on hold. His first weekend out he went Best of Breed in Lakeland Florida during a huge supported entry weekend.
 
Blaze finished her championship easily and is halfway to her Grand. She finished both her Championship and junior huning title within a month of each other. She attained her WC and WCX the same day and on her first attempt. (The next day being the only WCX qualifier). She was to run Senior hunter in March, but again, Coronavirus put those plans on hold. She will finish her senior title  and her Grand champion after her maternity leave. Blaze is a lovely girl who enjoys showing. She looks great doing her job in the field.
 
These puppies should provide talent in the field and stunning looks in the ring. While all of our pups are pets first and formost, priority will be given to show/performance homes who will allow these pups to attain their potential.    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
PLEASE consider adopting one of the Flat Coats that may be available through FCRSA rescue. Visit the FCRSA rescue page. http://www.fcrsainc.org/rescue/index.html

Let's give some older babies a chance for a good home. You can often bypass most of the annoying puppy behaviors!  


Puppies???

This time of year breeders get many inquiries about puppies. 
 Please remember that obtaining a puppy should be a well planned event. It is not a decision that is made quickly and without forethought and planning.
Responsible Flat Coat breeders often have a waiting lists for their puppies. Remember "Good things come to those who wait." Don't be surprised to find that you will have to get on such a list if you are serious about a Flat Coat pup.
Responsible Flat Coat breeders are VERY VERY protective of this wonderful breed. Don't be offended by all the questions we ask. We want to be sure you know what you are getting yourself into and we want to feel safe with the decision we make about where we place our puppies. As responsible breeders we are putting our years of experience, countless hours of work, our reputation, and most importantly our beloved puppies in the hands of our puppy buyers...we want to make sure everyone is comfortable with the choice.
We spend so many hours with our puppies and perspective buyers to learn what the buyer is looking for in a pup and then we match the puppy to the home. Seldom, if ever, do we allow people to "pick" their own pup. We would not want a high energy field dog in a home that was looking for a more laid back pet, nor would we want a laid back pet in a home looking for a more active show dog. We spend time developing a trust between buyer and seller and evaluating our puppies for suitability in their new homes. All pups are temperament tested at 7 weeks and evaluated for working, show potential.
We reserve the right to refuse placement of our pups with anyone at anytime. We will gladly refund deposits if we are not comfortable that we have the right puppy for the buyer. ALL pups are sold with a contract dependent on the nature of the venue for which the pup will be used. 

ALL puppies are micro-chipped with pre-payed registration. Breeder remains as a contact on the microchip number.