Search by BreedSearch Breeders by Virginia Gun Dog Classifieds
- Post Your Ad
More Gun Dog Classifieds
Hunting Dog Puppies For Sale
Started Gun Dogs For Sale
Finished Bird Dogs For Sale
Hunting Dog Stud Fees
Trainers & Dog Training
The Kennels at Mill Creek Farm - Virginia American Brittany, English Pointer, English Setter, Llewellin Setter, Springer Spaniel Breeders
Want to list your puppies for sale? Post a classified today!
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Brittany, English Pointer, English Setter, Llewellin Setter, Springer Spaniel
Breeder Contact Info
4025 County Line Road
Kents Store, Virginia 23084
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 45 years.
804-457-2420Send Email to The Kennels at Mill Creek FarmClick here to visit The Kennels at Mill Creek Farm website
Submitted by: susan on Jul 11, 2010Doug has worked with a female lewellin setter for us. we thought we had ruined her with an e-collar and she wouldn't hunt. he worked with her and now she is great.lews are very touchy and a harsh training can ruin them for life. he gave her the time and patience she needed.She is a great companion hunter. doug has also worked with 2 of my pups for a few weeks and he taught each one as its personality requires. he definitely knows his trade- i highly recommend him
Submitted by: Kathy Gordon on May 17, 2010My dogs are non sporting and the breeders unknown
to sporting dog enthuiasts. Bichons are family pets but still need trainig after they have been spoiled!
Doug agreed to train me to work with my dogs. I am 63 year old woman that had been saying please to the dogs before giving a command. Not a way to instruct a dog. Doug was kind , patient and had the two dogs healing, sitting and responding to commands within half an hour of our arrival at the kennel. A follow up visit was necessary because "the boys" owner, ME was a little hard to train. The results were unbelievable. If Doug can get this kind of result with Bichons who are notorious for being willful, imagine what he can do for your dog who at least wants to be part of your hunting-retreiving experience.
My Bichons now does enjoy retreiving a stuffed duck.
Move over Ceasar there a new "Dog Whisper" in town!!