Working Sprocker Pups For Sale

wbow14

Member
1 boy and 3 girls left. Mum is our working Cocker spaniel. Lovely family pet and hard working. Stud is Pedigree Competition Springer. Born 07/08/20. They'll be vaccinated, vet checked, microchipped and ready to leave at 8 weeks. All pups are chocolate with just the very slightest of white markings.
 

Christoph1945

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Location
Cheshire
Many thanks for the very swift reply and the pic; the little un on the right looks like a real go-getter! My Mrs, alas, has banned me from any more dog ownership on the grounds of my age but I recon someone will snap those pups up.

I was always impressed by the working spaniels in Customs & Excise and Aviation Security.

Good luck in finding good homes for those little uns.

Chris (y)
 

wbow14

Member
Many thanks for the very swift reply and the pic; the little un on the right looks like a real go-getter! My Mrs, alas, has banned me from any more dog ownership on the grounds of my age but I recon someone will snap those pups up.

I was always impressed by the working spaniels in Customs & Excise and Aviation Security.

Good luck in finding good homes for those little uns.

Chris (y)
Thank you. We've got the Cocker and kept 1 sprocker from her 1st litter. Lovely dogs and great with the kids.
 

Christoph1945

Member
Location
Cheshire
If only dogs could talk! A couple of years ago I found a special Crufts dog-tag on Talacre sands and it turned out to belong to a dog from the Midlands and upon returning the tag to the lady owner I learned that she worked with dogs that are used for sniffing out cancer and I also later learned of a guy who's dog can sniff out jet on north-eastern beaches.
 

kermit

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Location
Glos
Be careful where you advertise, We had 2 dogs stolen last week & same day neighbour had bitch & 7 pups taken. Same day, police stopped a van with 40 stolen dogs from this area (not ours) on the way to Durham.
 

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