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Endless Limit Water Spaniels - Kentucky American Water Spaniel Breeders
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About Endless Limit Water Spaniels
Endless Limit Water Spaniels is located near Louisville, Kentucky.We raise hard core hunting American Water Spaniels. If you want to know more about Endless Limit American Water Spaniels, please contact BILLY BRODERICK at Critter Control 502-966-8987.You can also view some of our hunts with our Endless Limit American Water Spaniels and you can see our Endless Limit American Water Spaniel pups in action on our facebook page by viewing Endless Limit Water Spaniels.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Water Spaniel
Breeder Contact Info
Louisville, Kentucky 40299
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 4 years.
502-222-4312Send Email to Endless Limit Water Spaniels
Submitted by: dennis mcgraw on Apr 24, 2013I got my puppy from Endless Limits Waterspaniels out of a breeding between Jazz and Gator.Ten pups were born, 5-females and 5-males. All pups were born healthy and raring to go. I first saw them at two weeks of age and pretty much weekly after that, although I was encouraged by the owners to stop by any time and as often as I wanted. I was quite impressed by the care and attention given the pups after their birth. The puppy pen was inside the house and someone was with them pretty much around the clock, even sleeping beside the pen. All of the pups were handled several times daily and when they were old enough were taken outside daily, weather permitting. At six weeks of age the puppies were exposed to picking up dead game birds, firing blanks near them to get them used to loud noises/gunfire, and taken to water to allow them to get used to it. At seven weeks they were allowed to pursue and catch live pigeons. In conclusion, I think one would be hard put to find another breeder that puts the time and effort into ensuring that their pups are healthy and well adjusted. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a waterspaniel puppy.