Cocker Spaniel Breeders

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  • Totenkopf
    Val, Kim, Ross & Colin Flowers
    Linlithgow
    West Lothian
    Current Health Tests

    Totenkopf Cocker Spaniels is a small hobby kennel, located in Linlithgow, close to Edinburgh, part of West Lothian in bonnie Scotland.
    We have been active in the breed since 1982. All our stock are prcd-PRA & FN tested and we occasionally have puppies for sale to approved homes, our stud dogs are available to approved ladies.
    Our Cocker Spaniels came in black, golden, red, black and tan, liver, liver and tan, blue-roan, liver-roan, all with tan.

  • Grassmillees
    Mrs Janice Logan
    Mauchline
    Ayrshire

    We have 2 bitches, Angel and Star.
    They are both sisters and we have had them for coming up on 4 years. We also have 1 boy, Zak. Zak is Star's boy from her last litter. He is 1 year old.

  • Norma Neil
    Mauchline
    Ayrshire
    Current Health Tests

    Kennel Club Registered. Show winning breed line,3 blue roan dog puppies private home reared. Well socialised, with children. Will make a great family pet or show dog. Mother can be seen. Vey checked and Chipped well handled and free insurance for 1 month. Half brother won puppy class at crufts 2014.

  • Kenwad
    Robert Kennedy Andmark Waddington
    Cullen
    Moray
    Current Health Tests

    We are a family living in Cullen on the beautiful Moray coastline. We are hobby breeders who have occasional litters from health tested cockers and we love cockers in all colours. We have solid black, blue roan and chocolate/liver roan, and we believe that quality comes in every colour. We love our dogs for themselves firstly and as show dogs secondly. We are members of the Scottish Cocker breed clubs and enjoy our show day's out with our dogs.

  • Druimmuir
    Nicola Hannan and Gary Anderson
    Alford
    Aberdeenshire
    Current Health Tests

    Druimmuir Spaniels is a small kennel run by Nicola Hannan and Gary Anderson and they are based in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland. The local area is ideally suited for dog training and spaniels in particular. With many local syndicates and commercial shoots in the area there is no shortage of game experience for the dogs, and all the spaniels and labradors participate in days picking up and beating during the season. The dogs also have days on wildfowl and pigeon shooting and occasional grouse days.

    The kennels offer proven dogs at stud to approved bitches, and also have .... (click to read more)

  • Whinburn
    Roslynn Adams
    Winchburgh
    West Lothian
    Current Health Tests

    For as long as I can remember I have always had spaniels and horses in my life.
    My first dog was an English Springer Spaniel Pepper(1980) who gave me good grounding on gundog training.
    I started showing cocker spaniels in the early 80's and developed my solid line in the mid 90's, my foundation bitch was Chataway Sweet Dreams(Jody). Jody is the greatgrandmother of my black girl that I am currently showing today ,Whinburn Whispering Dreams ShCM.
    I also have Field Trial bred cockers that both myself and my husband work to the gun and not forgeting our working springer Dan.

  • Lindrha
    Ann Mccaffery
    Alloa
    Clackmannanshire
    Current Health Tests

    Small hobby breeder living in Central Scotland. Puppies all home reared. Mother & Gran can also be seen.

  • Lealia
    Lynne Bevilacqua
    Portsoy
    Aberdeenshire
    Current Health Tests

    A member of the Kennel Club Accredited breeder scheme we are small hobby breeders whose aim is to breed healthy puppies to the breed standard with excellent temperaments.

  • Cooleela Cocker Spaniels
    Mrs Susan Macfarlane
    Galashiels
    Selkirkshire
    Current Health Tests

    We are a small hobby kennel located in the Scottish Borders breeding and showing solid and particolour cocker spaniels. We occasionally have puppies available to specially selected homes.

  • Ansharo
    Ann Oswald
    West Calder
    West Lothian
    Current Health Tests

    I am a small hobby kennel breeding a litter occasionally ,I have shown my dogs but am not currently showing due to work commitments.

    I have served on the committee of the Cocker Spaniel Club of Scotland and am bound by their code of conduct.

    I have had cocker spaniels for fourteen years, I breed for temperament and type,my bitches are DNA tested for PRA and FN,and I use only tested clear stud dogs.

  • Amaclassic
    Graeme Snell
    Renfrewshire
    Glasgow

    Small hobby breeder breeding Cocker Spaniels for the past 15 years. The Cocker Spaniels come from quality show stock and health-tested parents. We breed for health, temperament and beauty and most of all amazing family pets. Our kennel include a small group of stud dogs from champion bloodlines from the UK and Sweden. Our party colour boys are sire, liver, blue, and orange roan and all with & tan. Also our solids include gold, red, black and black & tan.

  • Shoogsea
    James and Donna Neatham
    Dundee
    Angus
    Current Health Tests

    We live in Dundee and got our first cocker in 2007. We loved the breed so much that we started showing. Now we have 4 beautiful cocker spaniels, all with their own quirky personalities! All our dogs are pets first and foremost and are part of our family. We would be lost without them.

  • Carjinbar
    Carol Roper
    Cupar
    Fife
    Current Health Tests

    This is it were it all began i have always had a dog as i was growing up we had a corgie (petra) and then when we got married we saw this little bundle in a coal bunker pure black with coal dust walking by itself with fleas This was our (Shep)who ended upto be a collie cross who we sadly lost at the grand old age of 21.
    Then in 1995 we booked a puppy of a neighbor's freind (Heather Manzie) (Kelbonny) but sadly she died so heather was showing a little puppy she felt sorry for me and sold me her this was our first cocker (Rancecraig Russia With Love ) Our Bobby well i started showing her .... (click to read more)

  • Mrs Elizabeth Gordon
    Edinburgh
    Edinburgh City

    I have one pup to re-home as new owner feels he hasn't fitted in with her family as expected. He is 10 weeks old so is ready to go to New home.

    He is a lovely dog, loads of fun and character. Good pedigree with lots of ch°campions in his ancestry.

  • Shoshan
    Nan Bond
    Anstruther
    Fife
    Current Health Tests

    My husband Rab and I bred cockers many many years ago under the Prefix of Shoshan, Simply Red of Shoshan was our wonderful show boy, sadly Oliver is no longer with us, we only gave it up when I opened my own boarding cattery back in Yorkshire. Now having retired, friends have seen to it, that we are back enjoying our first love, our beloved Cocker Spaniels. I still breed and show my Exotic cats & kittens also. It is so nice to be back again with our first love, with all our old Cocker friends to share it with us to

  • Lorna Shannon-Gray
    Invergowrie
    Perthshire

  • Sensqui
    Rita Williams
    Glenrothes
    Fife
    Current Health Tests

    This is a small family run kennel we have all our old grannies and great grannies the dogs were shown up until recently. Also they are reared with children around them as i am a childminder. The dogs play a big part of my life they have wonderful natures and look great. We also have 2 lovely stud dogs one with hip scores 4 + 4 which is really good. All puppies are well reared, insured, have a worming certificate and menu. Our oldest is now 13 years and still looks absolutely gorgeous as are all our dogs. I also now have become one of the rescue officers for cocker spaniels i would never turn .... (click to read more)

  • Katie Nuttall
    Newmilns
    Ayrshire

    My dogs are pets first and foremost and enjoy our regular long country walks - Lottie the tricolour Cocker Spaniel and Piper the lemon and white Pointer are shown occasionally at local and championship shows.

  • Drumtochty
    Mrs Sylvia Baird
    Perth
    Perthshire

  • Briconess
    Mrs. Wilma C. Bodzak
    Glenrothes
    Fife
    Current Health Tests

    Briconess English Cocker Spaniels is a small hobby kennel, breeding only once a year to keep our stock going. We breed for showing and general pets for the public. We breed predominanantly solids and we try our best to breed quality puppies with good health and temprement as our main objectives. We show our dogs with reasonable success but they still get loads of exercise and loving.

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