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: Pat H on Jan 08, 2019
Our dog Ripley out of Kurtus is turning 8 years old this summer and she has been a fabulous dog. She's a fantastic hunting dog and even a better family companion with my 4 boys. I'm reaching out to you today because I would like to introduce another hunting/family dog into our family. Please advise me on your upcoming litters this spring.
Submitted by: Cody H on Jan 07, 2019
Just wanted to give you an update on the pup I bought from you last year. Really love her and couldn't imagine life without her. Very well tempered energetic dog. She's been on quite a few birds this year and has been improving throughout the season. She is also learning the ropes on looking for deer antlers.
Submitted by: Mary P on Dec 31, 2018
We hope all is well with you. We purchased a male ECS puppy from you three years ago. We named him Gulliver and he is the greatest little dog ever. Perfect outdoorsman, wonderful in the home and very sweet to our baby born in April.
Submitted by: Tamrin W on Dec 25, 2018
Hi Jay - Just wanted to give you an update on Ava. She is adjusting so well. Potty training is going really well too. She is just a joy to have in the house. She loves running around in the yard and has been meeting lots of different people. She is also very brave and doesn't get spooked easily. Everyone thinks she is the most gorgeous puppy they've ever seen and we definitely agree. We love so much already.
Submitted by: Joan S on Dec 17, 2018
My husband and I took Toby, our little French Brittany, hunting on 60 acres of CRP ground that we co-own. He worked hard and pointed 4 times. The first bird was shot and came down flopping about 30 yards away. Toby hesitated momentarily until I told him to get it. Then he was all over it until I got there. He didn't react to the gunfire at all. We flushed birds from two other points and had one no-show. He did Great! What a natural.
Toby has become a deeply loved member of our family. Thank you for your part in making him possible.
Submitted by: Bob B on Nov 20, 2018
Hi Jay - In July of 2007 I picked up an 8 week old pup from you. We named her Shannon. She is truly a beautiful dog. She loves everyone including our entire family. She's trainable and spoiled. She's a truck dog that went everywhere with me. Thanks for such a great dog.
Submitted by: Mark M on Nov 10, 2018
Jay - I wanted to let you know that I am very happy with my French Brittany pup. She seemed low pray drive during training. But now she is bird crazy. You can tell immediately if she scents a grouse now. A number of guys I hunt with are already asking about pups. She is a really nice dog in the house as well. Thanks
Submitted by: Ed C on Nov 07, 2018
I purchased an English Cocker Spaniel from you back in 2005. Sarge was out of Crockett and Sally. He was a tremendous dog. I must report that we lost him to old age a few weeks ago. In Sarge's prime years he hunted and I mean hunted hard. Once he caught on to the game, he was very hard charging, yet biddable and what a joy to shoot over. He was amazing on Quail and Pheasants and even drove out a few huns. He also loved to swim. As you can imagine, I am a bit grief stricken and missing my pal. In the future I will be looking for another dog like Sarge.
Submitted by: Doug M on Oct 30, 2018
Jay - Abbey is far and away the smartest dog we have ever had, and we have had some smart ones. We hike 20+ miles a week, and we go camping and backpacking in the Rockies and Abbey does it all. She has invented a game when we are on one of the trail walks. She will dock a stick on the trail. After we have walked (even 100's of yards), she will bump my leg and hups asking to be sent for the retrieve. We call it the no-toss fetch. Despite all the endless energy, she has incredible house manners.
Abbey is doing agility work with my wife and is doing Master's level work. The trainer calls her the little red rocket.
Now the hunting story: We just got back from South Dakota. We have known a farmer for about 20 years. He's almost 80, and between him and his sons, they must own half the county. Last year they were not home when we hunted, so they didn't see Abbey. This year, when the farmer saw Abbey, he was a little doubtful that she would be able to retrieve the birds. One of the sons brought along his GSP and a German Spaniel to the first field. The field was blown over sorghum and looked like a woven basket. Abbey attacked the cover like rams butting heads. She made the other dogs look like timid wall flowers. We kept hearing the son say "Dang" under his breath. At the end of the field, we kicked out a rooster and dropped it over a fence row about 60 yards away. Abbey was like a red streak and came back with it at full tilt. She rooted out a limit of birds for us for 2 days and retrieved most of them. Her longest retrieve was about a quarter of a mile.
She definitely is the huntin'est dog I have ever seen. But way more than that, she is the best all around dog we have ever had. Thanks.
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Submitted by: Phil W on Oct 27, 2018
I am writing to let you know back in August 2005, my wife and I purchased an English Cocker pup from you. Yesterday, we had to put her down. She was one of the best dogs we have ever had. Next Summer after our hearts heal, we may be looking to get another one of your great pups.