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lost creek english cockers - Florida English Cocker Spaniel Breeders
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About lost creek english cockers
We are a small family breeding program in central Florida. We live with and hunt our dogs. We believe that we have some of the best bloodlines in the us. We do not participate in the politics of trials and we do not have a website. We prefer to talk to our clients on the phone or in person. We typically have 1-2 litters per year. We hunt all upland birds but primarily woodcock and snipe as well as waterfowl. If interested in our dogs we encourage you to contact us by pnone(386-847-2843). We have many dogs that are producing all over the country. Please come visit or give us a ring. We have a beautiful litter of nine pups whelped March 4 2015. Our pups are reasonably priced for field and family
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English Cocker Spaniel
Hunting, Fishing, Lodging, Meals, Training, Stud Services, Boarding
Breeder Contact Info
722 n airport rd
New Smyrna beach, Florida 32168
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 6 years.
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Submitted by: Kelly Woods on Jun 26, 2015We purchased our puppy from Lost Creek Cockers out of the March 2015 litter. Our "Gus" is proving to be a very enjoyable companion dog (we do not hunt). It is easy to see that he has an excellent nose and is swimming very well for a 14 week puppy. He was housebroken quickly and has learned sit, stay and fetch commands. He has a very happy temperament and does well around our 4 year old granddaughter and our 12 year old lab. We are so happy with him that we will be asking to reserve a female out of the next litter.
Submitted by: Nicole Shaffer on Sep 24, 2011We purchased an female puppy from Mark from the April litter. Haka (aka Grace) has been an amazing dog to work with.Her desire to please is unparalleled in any dog breed or dog I have yet to meet. She is a doll in the house and a demon in the field. I have yet to find another dog either pure breed or mixed who can match her stamina or her dedication to the retrieve. We are training for hunt tests, and the only ability I doubt it my own. We are also working on obedience and agility titles just to see how far Haka can go. She is ready and willing, and hoping I will catch up quick. A true pleasure, not a day goes by that I do not receive a complement of her appearance, stamina, or intelligence. Many do not even believe she is cocker due to all the horror stories they have heard of the breed. Even my own mother, a European raised around an uncle who breeds hunting dogs was impressed by her ability to conquer the field and yet lay in my bed when she got home. I don't think I shall ever have another type of dog, and Mark definitely knows the caliber of dogs he is breeding.
Submitted by: Craig Gates on Feb 18, 2011Mark was great to work with. We picked up Nita at the airport Dec. 28 2010. She has exceeded all of our expectations. She came to us at 8 weeks old, already house trained, and would come to a kiss kiss sound. Now at almost 4 months she comes when called, stays near the house when we let her out, loves to play go fetch, and is very curious about all the smells in the woods. If we would have entered her in the Westminster Dog show, at 4 months she would have sent that deerhound home crying. A smart dog, and a fun companion. Don't hesitate to buy your puppy here. Thanks Again Craig
Submitted by: Jordan Horak on Nov 14, 2010Mark was great to work with, and his dogs are phenomenal. I got "Rocky" from Mark this past summer and he is now 7 months old. He is extremely intelligent and loving. While he still has his "puppy" moments, he is a pleasure to have around the house, and is generally very calm. However, he is a totally different dog in the field. He is a very strong dog, and has no difficulty getting through think cover. He also is an extremely intense retriever. He is always begging for more retrieves at the end of each session. He does a great job marking, and does not quit looking for the dummy until he has found it. I am taking him (along with my other Cocker) on a pheasant hunt to KS next week, and I am confident that he will hold his own...his hunting ability is disproportional to his age! I couldn't be happier with Rocky. Mark gets an A+ from me!