Rebelritsi Gundog puppies definitely are part of our family. We never breed for the sake of breeding, so we have limited litters. We trial both HPR’s and Spaniel’s and breed to always improve on the breeds.
All the dogs we breed from are fully health tested and we use Sires that are also fully health tested. This ensures that we not only breed the healthiest dogs possible from health tested dogs but also do our bit to improve the breed.
For more information on our dogs please visit:
Our most recent litter from ‘Biba‘ were born on Monday 20th, June, 2016. We had 4 boys and 4 girls. The breeding coi for Hungarian Vizsla is 5.4%. The coi for this mating was just 0.9%.
The pedigree for the puppies:
We are also planning a litter from our English Springer Spaniel Marley during her next season in the latter part of 2016.
If you would like further information on either litter then please contact Hannah.
All of our puppies are weaned onto Arden Grange dog food and we can supply a bag of appropriate dog food, full behavioural and training support and advice, 5 weeks free Kennel Club insurance and are microchipped. Docked puppies (spaniel’s only) come with the Defra docking certificate and paperwork completed by the vet.
In 2014, when Biba had her first litter, we ran a puppy meet up prior to the puppies going to their new homes. We like everyone to come, regardless of experience of ownership. We discuss training and what to expect bringing your new bundle of fun home. Everyone gets in their puppy pack a folder with all their paperwork in as well as training advice. During the puppy meet up we cover:
- basic training including:
- toilet training
- crate training
- finding a training class
- anything else the new owners want to talk about
This puppy meet was very well received by all the new owners and we received lots of positive feedback.
Our 2016 litter has proved to be fantastic having all one to their homes and settling in well. You can follow their progress on our Facebook page. We have kept a little girl back and have huge hopes for Ziva.
We have started our puppy blog posts. Our first one can be found here.