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Quality Breeder & Puppy Litter List

Following is a list of Quality Breeders that are in alignment with our Responsible Dog Ownership Philosophy. They have provided us input on our web site and agreed to support our campaign for enhancing the quality of life for dogs and their owners. Please contact a Quality Breeder for your breed and learn more about their puppies - tell them we sent you!

Labradors:

Breeder Contact Name: Kate Meredith
Website: www.bullmeredith.co.uk
Contact: email bullmeredith.1@btinternet.com or 07870 666073
Puppies Bred - We love, show and breed (in that order) health screened, well socialised quality, good tempered Bullmastiffs and Staffordshire Bull Terriers. We also occasionally have Labrador pups as my husband keeps two labs for working (and pets obviously!).

Special notes - our dogs mean the world to us and are all part of our family we do not breed for financial gain (if you do it properly there is none!), or glory in the show ring we keep them because we love them and breed from them to enhance/maintain the breed and so we can keep our bloodlines going, as we know all of our dogs have great temperaments, are bred to the kennel club standard, and they are all health checked by all the suggested tests recommended for each breed by the kennel club. No expense is spared when raising our pups, as we are not trying to cut corners to save money, we want the pups to be strong and healthy and therefore we feed them on good quality, naturalfood, and spend a lot of time with them to ensure they are well socialised with children, other dogs, cats and livestock. Our pups live in our house and also have puppy play pens outside they get to experience as much as possible in the first few weeks of their lives, we do this to make sure they are equipped to deal with new experiences and therefore their new environment when they leave here.

All our pups are vet checked, wormed correctly and up to date, and leave us with pup pack (diet sheet, exercise, history of breed, house training hints, health considerations, wormers given and pics of parents), pup food, 6 weeks free insurance and a 5 generation pedigree.

The only thing that matters to us is that our pups go to responsible, loving homes. We will always take a pup back at any point in it's life, if some unforeseen circumstance arises on the new owners part, as we genuinely want the best for our dogs.

Responsible dog ownership - before you buy a pup find out the health checks BOTH parents should be clear of from the kennel club, ensure the breeder is not breeding just for profit (as you will be buying a pup where no consideration to health problems or selecting bloodlines has taken place, which can lead to heartache and allows these people the channels to continue breeding dogs that are detrimental to the breed generally, both for temperament and health reasons). Your pups character will be mainly shaped from four weeks you do not want a pup that has not been cared for, or kind to, or socialised, or in some cases treated badly in dirty, uninspiring conditionsfor the 4 crucial weeks of it's existence (no matter how sorry you feel for it!).

Make sure you have the right breed in mind, contact reputable breeders, do research in to the type of lifestyle your pup would need (diet, space, grooming, training,exercise) and ensure you can meet these needs aroundwork and children commitments, otherwise you will end up very unhappy and so will your pup. A pup is a commitment for possibly up to 17 years, consider this carefully.

Cocker Spaniels

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

English Springer Spaniels

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

German Shepherds

Breeder Contact Name: Karen Amos & Doug Venables
Accredited Dog Breeder: Yes
Web Site: Kazetigsds.co.uk
Your Contact: Email or telephone
Puppies bred: German Shepherd Dogs
Litters expected: 2nd May 2007 - July 2007

Special Notes on Breeding Practises: All our puppies are bred and reared solely in the home with us, they are happy, confident, healthy puppies who like to help out with household chores.They are very well socialised and handled from day one,and mix with all of our adults.They are bred from some of the top German bloodlines in the country. Our adults are all hip scored and DNA tested. We believe temperament is foremost in breeding and only breed from excellent temperaments. Our adults live in the house too and are all happy friendly dogs who love to welcome visitors. We welcome potential puppy ownersprior to our litters being born to meet mum and dad and discuss the pros and consof purchasing a puppy.

Special Notes on Responsible Dog Ownership: Our puppies leave us with an advice sheet giving lots of information on how to rear your puppy into a happy, confident, healthy, friendly adult and life long companion. One thing we strongly advise is the socialisation and training of the puppies. We keep in touch with everyone who has our puppies and like to receive news and pics of them. We are on hand 24/7 to offersupport and advice on any aspect throughout the dogs life.

Staffordshire Terriers

Breeder Contact Name: Kate Meredith
Website: www.bullmeredith.co.uk
Contact: email bullmeredith.1@btinternet.com or 07870 666073
Puppies Bred - We love, show and breed (in that order) health screened, well socialised quality, good tempered Bullmastiffs and Staffordshire Bull Terriers. We have kept in touch with all owners of our pups to ensure our pups are well and happy and the owners have no problems. We have lots of pictures of previous pups grown up and very positive feedback from owners. We also occasionally have Labrador pups as my husband keeps two labs for working (and pets obviously!).

Litters expected - at present we have one female staff available (the litter is 3 weeks old so obviously not ready for their new home for 5 more weeks - beginning of June) out of a litter of 5. Both parents are PHPV,HC and L2HGA clear, and pups are raised with toddlers and are very well socialised with dogs of other breeds, cats, toddlers and livestock as we live in the country.

Special notes - our dogs mean the world to us and are all part of our family we do not breed for financial gain (if you do it properly there is none!), or glory in the show ring we keep them because we love them and breed from them to enhance/maintain the breed and so we can keep our bloodlines going, as we know all of our dogs have great temperaments, are bred to the kennel club standard, and they are all health checked by all the suggested tests recommended for each breed by the kennel club. No expense is spared when raising our pups, as we are not trying to cut corners to save money, we want the pups to be strong and healthy and therefore we feed them on good quality, naturalfood, and spend a lot of time with them to ensure they are well socialised with children, other dogs, cats and livestock. Our pups live in our house and also have puppy play pens outside they get to experience as much as possible in the first few weeks of their lives, we do this to make sure they are equipped to deal with new experiences and therefore their new environment when they leave here.

All our pups are vet checked, wormed correctly and up to date, and leave us with pup pack (diet sheet, exercise, history of breed, house training hints, health considerations, wormers given and pics of parents), pup food, 6 weeks free insurance and a 5 generation pedigree.

The only thing that matters to us is that our pups go to responsible, loving homes. We will always take a pup back at any point in it's life, if some unforeseen circumstance arises on the new owners part, as we genuinely want the best for our dogs.

Our Staffs are from Crashkon, Valglo, Sparpit lines.

Responsible dog ownership - before you buy a pup find out the health checks BOTH parents should be clear of from the kennel club, ensure the breeder is not breeding just for profit (as you will be buying a pup where no consideration to health problems or selecting bloodlines has taken place, which can lead to heartache and allows these people the channels to continue breeding dogs that are detrimental to the breed generally, both for temperament and health reasons). Your pups character will be mainly shaped from four weeks you do not want a pup that has not been cared for, or kind to, or socialised, or in some cases treated badly in dirty, uninspiring conditionsfor the 4 crucial weeks of it's existence (no matter how sorry you feel for it!).

Make sure you have the right breed in mind, contact reputable breeders, do research in to the type of lifestyle your pup would need (diet, space, grooming, training,exercise) and ensure you can meet these needs aroundwork and children commitments, otherwise you will end up very unhappy and so will your pup. A pup is a commitment for possibly up to 17 years, consider this carefully.

Cavalier King Charles

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Golden Retrievers

Breeder Contact Name: Vivienne Nelson
Your Contact: e-mail Vivienne.nelson@cd-tr.wales.nhs.uk, mobile during working hours, home number 01490 440 306 evenings
Puppies bred: Golden Retrievers
Litters expected: I have one litter born 23.4.07 and have 2 dogs and 2 bitches available

Special Note on Breeding Practises: Both parents are hiptested with very low scores and have current clear eye certificates, thebitch is a family pet and has an exceptional temperament, all puppies are lovinglyhome reared, and are wormed, insured, and socialised before going to their new homes. Both the dog and bitch have excellent pedigrees with many Champions in their lines.

West Highland White Terriers

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Boxers

Breeder Contact Name: Elaine Berrington
Email: elaine.berrington@btinternet.com
Puppies bred: Boxers
Please Contact me for available litters

Special Note on Breeding Practises: Take breeding very seriously and will carefully screen potential new puppy owners, as it is very important for puppies to go to an appropriate, responsible homes.

Border Terriers

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Rottweilers

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Shih Tzus

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Miniature Schnauzers

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Lhaso Apsos

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Yorkshire Terriers

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Bulldogs

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Dobermanns

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Bull Terriers

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Weimaraners

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Pugs

There are no current breeders or litters at this time...please contact us for more information

Tibetan Terriers

Breeder Contact Name: Alison Harris
Accredited Dog Breeder: Yes
Your Contact: Telephone - 01905 452183 / 07836 584400
Puppies bred: Tibetan Terriers
Please contact me for available litters: Yes

Special Notes on Breeding Practises: All my puppies are home-bred. Sires are chosen for temperament, bloodlines and have been hip-scored an eyes tested.

Special Notes on Responsible Dog Ownership: Tibetan Terriers are a big commitment and should not be purchased by anyone who is not fully au fait with the breed, the amount of grooming required, how very mischievous they are and, very importantly, that they can not be left alone for long periods. I do have an overview prepared which can be e-mailed to anyone with an e-mail address and am more than happy to talk to prospective owners.

Bull Mastiffs

Breeder Contact Name: Kate Meredith
Website: www.bullmeredith.co.uk
Contact: email bullmeredith.1@btinternet.com or 07870 666073
Puppies Bred - We love, show and breed (in that order) health screened, well socialised quality, good tempered Bullmastiffs and Staffordshire Bull Terriers. We have kept in touch with all owners of our pups to ensure our pups are well and happy and the owners have no problems. We have lots of pictures of previous pups grown up and very positive feedback from owners. We also occasionally have Labrador pups as my husband keeps two labs for working (and pets obviously!).

One of our bullmastiffs is due in season shortly (May 2007)and we intend to mate her to our stud dog Hector. Both parents have good low hip scores and are eye tested and clear. They are both very loyal, loving friendly, family orientated dogs.

Special notes - our dogs mean the world to us and are all part of our family we do not breed for financial gain (if you do it properly there is none!), or glory in the show ring we keep them because we love them and breed from them to enhance/maintain the breed and so we can keep our bloodlines going, as we know all of our dogs have great temperaments, are bred to the kennel club standard, and they are all health checked by all the suggested tests recommended for each breed by the kennel club. No expense is spared when raising our pups, as we are not trying to cut corners to save money, we want the pups to be strong and healthy and therefore we feed them on good quality, naturalfood, and spend a lot of time with them to ensure they are well socialised with children, other dogs, cats and livestock. Our pups live in our house and also have puppy play pens outside they get to experience as much as possible in the first few weeks of their lives, we do this to make sure they are equipped to deal with new experiences and therefore their new environment when they leave here.

All our pups are vet checked, wormed correctly and up to date, and leave us with pup pack (diet sheet, exercise, history of breed, house training hints, health considerations, wormers given and pics of parents), pup food, 6 weeks free insurance and a 5 generation pedigree.

The only thing that matters to us is that our pups go to responsible, loving homes. We will always take a pup back at any point in it's life, if some unforeseen circumstance arises on the new owners part, as we genuinely want the best for our dogs.

Our Bullmastiffs are from Bunsoro and Ferdhu bloodlines.

Responsible dog ownership - before you buy a pup find out the health checks BOTH parents should be clear of from the kennel club, ensure the breeder is not breeding just for profit (as you will be buying a pup where no consideration to health problems or selecting bloodlines has taken place, which can lead to heartache and allows these people the channels to continue breeding dogs that are detrimental to the breed generally, both for temperament and health reasons). Your pups character will be mainly shaped from four weeks you do not want a pup that has not been cared for, or kind to, or socialised, or in some cases treated badly in dirty, uninspiring conditionsfor the 4 crucial weeks of it's existence (no matter how sorry you feel for it!).

Make sure you have the right breed in mind, contact reputable breeders, do research in to the type of lifestyle your pup would need (diet, space, grooming, training,exercise) and ensure you can meet these needs aroundwork and children commitments, otherwise you will end up very unhappy and so will your pup. A pup is a commitment for possibly up to 17 years, consider this carefully.