Blue Chip Kennels breeds top quality Hunting Dogs for your family. Our imported Bloodlines are bred to be close working and to hunt for their owners. Our goal is to breed for Desire, Ability & Temperment. Our dogs make Excellent Hunting Dogs and Great Family Dogs.
English Cocker Spaniel, Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
Submitted by: Madeline P on Jul 07, 2018
Hey Jay. It's been a log time. I got a puppy from you and her name's Kyla. She is the sweetest, lovable dog I've ever met who loves everybody. She's a great hunting and family dog with a ton of energy. I just wanted to thank you so much for selling her to me.
Submitted by: Rosemary L on Jul 05, 2018
I thought you might be interested in an update on one of Blue Chip Casper's offspring. "Otter" who is the top English Cocker Spaniel in the sport of Barn Hunting, He is also a fantastic upland hunter and my best buddy.
Submitted by: Karoline H on Jun 26, 2018
Hi Jay. Thought I would give you a little update after a little over a year with Milo. He's doing great, 28.5 lbs, very energetic, loves people, dogs, swimming, hiking, car rides, ect. We couldn't have asked for a better pup. Everyone loves him. Thanks.
Submitted by: D Willadsen on Jun 20, 2018
We picked up our French Britt from you almost 10 years ago. He was a 4th of July litter and has been a real firecracker. He says he would like a friend one of these years. And if he gets his way, and he usually does, we will be looking you up again. Thanks again!
Submitted by: T Stripp on Jun 12, 2018
Jay - Here's an update on the Cockers we got from you. At the "Hunt" Jhett tied for second. Came down to first bird. Oakley took 4th. Came down to shooting. We didn't hold up our end. They found every bird. I guess now we know who the weak link is.
Submitted by: T Stripp on Jun 10, 2018
Here is an update on the Cockers we got from you. At the "Hunt" Jhett tied for second. Came down to first bird. Oakley took fourth. Came down to shooting. We didn't hold up our end. They found every bird. I guess now we know who the weak link is. Thanks
Submitted by: Kathy gruver on May 20, 2018
My first English Cocker lived for 16 years and when she passed we were devastated! I immediately started at a search online to find a new girl. I came across a cute little black and white named Jenny and I knew she was mine. To my surprise when I got her she looked considerably different than my original. That's when I found out the difference between a show and a field English! She is almost 12 years old at this point never has hunt a day in her life but is the love of my life! She's the best companion still acts like a puppy great with kids! Perfect family dog.
Submitted by: Mike Hanrahan on May 16, 2018
Jace will be 4 this summer, he is an excellent hunter and an even better house/family dog. We have since relocated to Virginia, Jace will hunt quail in the field and works his tail off all day in the mountains when gunning for grouse and woodcock. He is a 36lb hunting machine. He has been very easy to train and is always eager to learn more. Thanks for a great dog.
Submitted by: S Johnson on Apr 03, 2018
Thought you would like to know how one of your cocker pups turned out. His name id Otis. Bought him from you Jan 2017. He flushed and retrieved on his first bobwhite hunt on our Rocky Branch in Jeff Davis county in GA this past March. We finished with his training in March. Absolutely a wonderful companion and great bird hunting buddy.
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Submitted by: Pete B on Mar 25, 2018
Hello Jay - I hope you are well and getting ready for Spring. "The Dude" visited with the vet this morning for his 3 yr check up. Upon completion of his checkup, the vet declared him to be a "perfect" specimen. At 38 lbs. he is in great physical shape. Jay, "The Dude" is without a doubt a great companion, friend and overall joy.
Cheers - Pete