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The Cocker Spaniels

The Cocker Spaniel was from England originally, but was brought the North America in the 1800’s. The Cocker Spaniel was bred to flush small birds and animals from brush for a hunter. The name Cocker Spaniel is derived from woodcock, a bird the Cocker Spaniel was very adept at finding. Today, Cocker Spaniels are used to hunt game bird and water fowl.

The Cocker Spaniel is not a big or heavy dog, standing fifteen to sixteen inches high at the shoulder and weighing eighteen to twenty pounds. They are best known for their long hanging ears and docked tail.

Because they were bred to be a hunting dog, Cocker Spaniels are willing, obedient, and intelligent. Extremely easy to teach, they are loyal and always ready to please. Being merry little creatures, they seem to always have a smile on their face and a leap in their feet.

The Cocker Spaniel loves activity, chasing a ball or a cat. To walk alongside their master for hours on end is a pleasure to this lovable creature. When hot, they will not hesitate to plunge into a stream or lake and paddle around in utmost enjoyment.

Red/Buff Cocker Spaniel Female
Scarlett's Lil' Sunshine

This red beauty is my Sunshine everyday! This girl is smart and intelligent. She loves people, and is outgoing and playful. She's never met a stranger, doggie or human! 

She was easy to train as well. All Cocker Spaniels have a desire to please and Sunshine is no different. I know that she will pass that color, those smarts, and that eager desire to please down to her children. 

She's very cuddly and always checks in with me the most when every one is outside for playtime. 

She changes color according to the weather and how much sun she had, but she has a red stripe down her back and sides, and buff legs and topknot. She has red, buff, chocolate, silver, and one black in her background. I'm expecting red and buff puppies from this handsome doll!

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DNA genetic testing available upon request.

Chocolate Merle TriColor Cocker Spaniel Female
Missy's Blue-Eyed Chocolate Muffin

Meet Muffin!

Muffin is smart, super cuddly, and almost possesses a therapy dog knowledge about her. She knows exactly when someone just needs a cuddle and will come right up to them, demanding pets. It's not just me, it's other people as well. 

Maybe Muffin will have a career as a therapy dog! 

Muffin is a stunning chocolate merle parti with tan points. She has the cutest of brown and pink noses, and striking blue eyes. 

Muffin is AKC registered, and still needs her official name. 

Muffin carries chocolate and white, as well as the Merle coloring. Once she's old enough, we will be having chocolate and blue merle puppies with her. 

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Her health testing is available upon request. 

Buff and White Cocker Spaniel Female
Captain's Sweetheart Courtney

Courtney, or Corkie as we all call her, is the youngest member of our pack. She's sweet eager to please and outgoing. But sometimes her mischiveous eyes sparkle and she dashes off on an adventure of her own. She's quick to come back though, wanting nothing more than to cuddle. 

Corkie has a linage with majority black and tan tri colored parents. How she came out as a buff and white is sorta a mysterious trick of genetics i guess. 

Corkie will most likely have solid red puppies with Max which could fade to an apricot when full grown. With Sarge, she will have black and tan tri color or maybe some chocolate and tan tri color. It will be a surprise once she has puppies! Click here for more pictures of her. 

Her health testing is available upon request. 

Captain's Snickerdoodle Dandy

This absolutely gorgeous girl is known as Snickers. She has a sweet personality to go along with her name. Snickers tries so hard to please and does her best to do as you ask. She loves to run and play and her tail is always wagging when she's playing. But she has a quiet gentle side to her as well. 

Snickers has a strong chocolate and tan and black and tan ancestry. She does carry for red, so she could literally any color of puppy, depending on the dad. 

Her health testing is available upon request. Click here for more pictures. 


Meet the newest member of our pack! Mila was born and bred in Russia, so she comes with a thick Russian accent. She is smaller and lighter than our American born and bred cocker spaniels. She still has her long and flowy tail which we adore. She is a really gentle soul, who really tries to please. She's shy to begin with, but once she warms up, she's got a intelligent and humorous twinkle in how she relates to people. 

Mila is DNA clear, and carries red. Mila will have red and black DNA clear puppies with Max, and tricolor, parti, black and tan, and red puppies with Sarge. 

Her health testing is available upon request. 


About the Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain Dog (also known as the ‘Berner’) is the most well known mountain dog from Switzerland, distinguished by its long, soft coat. Like many breeds, its origins are uncertain, but it likely descended from Roman Mastiffs crossed with sheepdogs during the Roman invasion of Switzerland in the first century B.C. 

Bernese Mountain Dogs have a shoulder height of 58-71 cm (23-28 in) and weigh 36-50 kg (80-110 lbs). They are a large, agile dog with a flat, broad skull, dark eyes and nose, triangular ears, scissors bite, and defined stop (point at which the muzzle meets the forehead). Bernese Mountain Dogs have low hanging, thick tails, deep chests, and round feet. 

The Bernese Mountain Dog is distinguished by its highly recognizable tri-color pattern. It has a solid black body, legs, head and ears, rust or tan colored cheeks and calves, and white chest, muzzle (with a stripe running up to the forehead), toes, and tail tip. The only variation in pattern is the amount of white. The Bernese Mountain Dog has a dense undercoat and straight or curly medium-length outer coat. It is highly weather resistant and slightly rough, but not harsh. Bernese Mountain Dogs shed their outer coat year round.

Bernese Mountain Dogs are friendly, vigilant, and very loyal to their family. They intelligent, attentive, and calm. Bernese Mountain Dogs require frequent human companionship. They are great with children and will protect their loved ones. They get along well with cats and other household pets, provided proper socialization has taken place. The Bernese Mountain Dog will announce unfamiliar visitors with a hearty barking and watch them carefully. 

Black and tan Bernese Mountain Dog

Beautiful Zena is the biggest dog in the kennel but she has no idea.  

Zena is a hoot! When it's playtime outside, beware, for she may bowl you over accidentally! But when our seven year old walks her, she's as quiet and calm as a lamb! 

Once, our seven year old took Zena into the yard and tried to create a harness for her to pull a wagon with. For a good two hours, Zena sat or lay quietly beside her, waiting for the next command! It was absolutely beautiful! 

Zena still has a mischievous side, though, don't you worry! Last night, it was bedtime and i had to chase her all over the yard until she slipped into her kennel by herself and looked at me like "Aren't I such a good girl?? I need kisses now!" And of course, I couldn't stay mad at such a face! 

She is AKC resistered as well. Her health testing is available upon request. 

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