Italian Spinone Breeders

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  • Lucoru
    Lesley Coldwell
    South Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    We first came upon Spinone in the early 90’s when we were looking for a suitable companion for our Giant Schnauzer, Hansel. The KC gave us the ISCGB club secretary’s contact details & much to our delight, we found she only lived a half hours drive away. We rang to arrange a visit & that was our first meeting with Linda Collins, of Wynsett fame.
    Over the following years, we became close friends & when we were ready for another dog, Linda gave us a 3 year old w/o bitch called Gloria. Later that same year Linda had a litter from Gloria’s sister Gypsy and Lui (aka Sh Ch Wynsett Xcalaber) came .... (click to read more)

  • Chandhally
    Mid Glamorgan
    Current Health Tests

    CHANDHALLY DALMATIANS was started in 1989.I am a Kennel Club Assured Breeder & UKAS certified.
    I have had dogs for nearly 50 years.I started showing in Norway at the tender age of 13.I started judging in 1996.
    I give Tickets(CC's)in Dalmatians and I judge Dalmatians abroad.I judge all breeds,Groups & BIS at Open Shows.
    I am a member of BDC ,NOEDC, DCOS,NKK( Norwegian Kennel Club) Norwegian Dalmatian Club, Belgian Dalmatian Club,ISCGB life member of Windsor Dog Show Soc.I served on the British Dalmatian Clubs committee for 10 years.I was The Hon Secretary for Treharris & District .... (click to read more)

  • Crieda
    Katie Field
    Current Health Tests

    I currently own 3 spinones. All of which firstly are my treasured 'babies' and secondly shown and worked. All have been successful in qualifing for crufts. One of my boys works well and he picks up with me on several shoots. He covers the ground well and has good speed and experience in the field now with a solid 4 seasons under his belt.
    i also have high hopes for my young male in the show ring this year, crieda squirrel, so far he has shown brilliant potential in the ring winning 2 CC's and 1 reserve and we hope to get the third this year

    I am more than happy to help in any way i .... (click to read more)

  • Hochopepa
    Chris, Mick Bennett
    Current Health Tests

    All Bredding stock is health screened as advised by the I.S.C.G.B. (Italian Spinone Club of Great Britain)

    My husband and I have been involved with Spinone over 20+years.

    We show our Spinone and have bred several champions. The dam of our latest litter has her J.W. three reserve tickets. A green star and a reserve green star. Numerous B.O.B. and group placings at open show level.

    All our dogs live in the house and the puppies are whelped in doors.

    I myself judge the breed, to the level of C.C.'s (champion certificate).

  • Feriiia Italian Spinoni
    Kath and Sandy Hastings
    Current Health Tests

    We were taken over by Spinoni after almost 20 years involvement with Dobermanns which we showed,trained (obedience training) and bred (4 litters). We introduced our first Spinone, "Amber" into our home in 1997. We were attracted to the breed by their appearance and by their wonderful temperament and we spent many months finding out all we could about the breed and meeting many of the dogs and their owners before we took the plunge. We have never regretted it and have now been completely taken over by Spinoni.
    We are interested in every aspect of the breed. We enjoy showing and we are .... (click to read more)

  • Beardoni
    Sean and Mary Busby
    Current Health Tests

    We are a small home based kennel, all our dogs live in with us and are a major part of our family - okay so they outnumber the humans! We are members of the KC Assured Breeders scheme.

    I have owned bearded collies since 1985, the first being a lovely Sallen bitch, Sean added spinoni to our home in 2003. It is only since 2004 that we have had the time and money to devote to breeding.

    We only breed from our girls because we'd like to keep a pup for ourselves, therefore we very occasionally have pups available for very special homes. Our aim is to breed the best we can, with health .... (click to read more)

  • Sandra Dolton
    Current Health Tests

  • Sunsanna
    Mrs Sue Forder
    South Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    I have owned this wonderful breed since 1993. I first saw them at Crufts and was captivated by their soft expression and temprement.
    I have had four bitches all of which were the love of my life. At present I am on my 5th a young brown roan bitch called Delta who is a great grand daughter to my lovely Zena and grand daughter to Pru who was my only home bred Spinoni.
    I lightly show my dogs but mainly they are my companions and very much family pets.
    I find the breed extremely easy to train as they love human company so much and always want to please.
    I .... (click to read more)

  • Bellanino
    Mr S & Mrs K Aldred
    Great Yarmouth
    Current Health Tests

    Bellanino are a small kennels that are passionate about Italian Spinone. Our dogs are well loved family pets, and working gundogs.

  • Ilsolo
    Karen Bovio
    North Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    We are K.C.Accredited breeders.
    Having dogs almost all of my life, only going the next step showing and breeding over the past 10 years.
    All of our dogs live in our home as part of the family & are much-loved companions first and show second.
    Our dog's mean the world to us and we think they are all very special.
    I enjoy success in the show ring but more importantly for us, they are our best friends and their qualities are appreciated every day and not just on show days. We stride to produce happy and healthy dogs.

  • Artistryn
    David Field

    My name is David Field and I have been involved in breeding, showing and working dogs for most of my life.
    I am a "A" panel judge for retrievers and have enjoyed judging abroad.
    All of my dogs are full working dogs (not just trialling dogs) being shot over at the peg and walked up, plus doing a full days picking , right throughout the season.
    The dogs are available at stud to approved bitches.

  • Rubanoll Italian Spinoni
    Ann Shaw
    Current Health Tests

    I have had the pleasure of being around dogs all my life. However many years ago I met an Italian Spinone and was hooked by their looks and personality, and so after months of research and many phone calls to various breeders and visits to owners the time was right to introduce this breed into my young family.
    It was the best thing we have done. The Italian Spinone is very much a family dog that loves to work, rest and play!!

  • Testaverde Italian Spinoni
    Mrs Melanie Hibbs
    Current Health Tests

    I have had dogs all my life, mainly Heinz varieties. It wasnt until I was on maternity leave that I seriously looked at The Italian Spinone as a pet and family member. Even with three young children, a home isnt a home without a dog.
    At Crufts in 2003 I saw a lovely young bitch win her class in Sp Junior. That bitch turned out to be mother to my first Spinoni 'Olive' in 2005.
    Olive and I dabbled with showing. Our first show was a Championship show. I was so nervous. We came second and had qualified for Crufts! I felt like Cinderella.
    We went from strength to strength.
    In 2006 .... (click to read more)

  • Mistyayre
    Andrew and Doreen Hardie
    South Ayrshire
    Current Health Tests

    Mistyare has been home to various dogs (mostly gundogs) over the last quarter of a century. This is a small showkennel breeding occasional litters.
    we breed for temperament, type & produces well - balanced healthy dogs.

    Our dogs live in the house along with the family & our cats as well!

    Basically we showing GSP's, Hungarian Viszlas & Italian Spinone at present.

  • Kenshill
    Julie Hill
    Le Mesnil Eudes

    We have had Spinoni for almost 20 years now.
    This is our third litter, the first with Eleanora.

  • Willamden
    N & J Eccles

    We are a dog loving family living in Dublin who have been showing dogs since 1997. We own, show and love both Italian Spinoni & Border Terriers.

  • Munystar
    Corral Gilder
    Sutton On Sea
    Current Health Tests

    I have had dogs in my life for over 20 years and ran a busy kennels for 15 years. I fell in love with a dear Spinone that regularly stayed with us and it all began from there!

    We are now very lucky to own a family of Spinoni all of which have good hip scores and are CA clear.

    Our occasional puppies grow up in a family enviroment, taking over part of the house as they grow. They are all health checked by the vet before the leave and their new homes not only have to provide love and care but also be able to accommodate the needs of a spinone.

  • Afterglow Italian Spinoni
    Mrs C Sharp & Mr M Gadsby
    Current Health Tests

    Not prolific breeders but when we do, we consistently produce top quality puppies from well bred, health tested parents.

  • Samsonli
    Samantha Stanley
    Current Health Tests

    We are breeders of Cocker Spaniel and Italian Spinone. We have had dogs for many years entering obedience and the show ring. We had our first litter of cockers in 2012. We have had Spinone since 2010. All our dogs are kept and bred in the home and all the puppies are well socialized with adults, children and other dogs.Our puppies are wormed, vet checked and come with 4 weeks insurance and a puppy pack/contract. They are all KC reg. and have endorsed pedigrees.

  • Colourbox
    Geraldine Cove-Print
    Current Health Tests

    I've been involved in showing, breeding , judging and working dogs for over 30 years. I enjoyed 10 years as consultant to the BBC regarding showdogs and aspects of canine health and breeding, following a career as a horsewoman. Dogs and horses are kind of similar...both blossom in good hands and the real joy is watching a character you have nurtured , grow into a confident and loving companion , able to do the task he has been chosen for.
    I have been lucky enough to have had sucess in most doggy activities...The hard work is in the healthscreening and careful selection of dogs, so...the .... (click to read more)