We take the matching of puppies and owners very seriously and try in cohesion with owners to take into account all aspects of the owner's situation experience and lastly preferences when helping you choose your puppy. I take a great deal of time watching your puppy develop from birth and guide you on their temperament health and “looks”. At birth I will let you know what we have in terms of number in litter, sex of the puppies and colours. I can’t tell what coat type the puppies will have at this stage (Parsons only).
You get to “pick” with guidance and advice at 6 weeks old or older.
Puppies can leave from Chadbrook at 8 weeks old at the earliest.
I appreciate honesty about your situation at home, who lives there, any other dogs, work commitments and your experience of the breed and owning dogs in general. I expect you to ask me questions too!
With over 30 years breeding, show and some years working and training experience.
I am an Assured Breeder with the UK Kennel Club meaning I get audited roughly every 2-3 years with checks made on my paperwork, health testing, welfare of the dogs etc.
Licensed with South Ayrshire Council as a dog breeder. This is renewed every 12 months. Passionate about maintaining the breeds according to their Breed Standard and temperament to suit pet homes (Friendly, confident and well socialised around children and other dogs from birth).
Member of Breed Clubs.
After care is lifelong with Chadbrook. I decided to bring each and every one of my puppies into this world and therefore it is my responsibility to ensure they do not end up in rescue centres if you can no longer look after your dog. We sign a contract of sale stating that you will get in touch with me in the first instance if you need help or advice with your dog for the whole of it’s life. You will receive a handover of your puppy’s current routine, worming, vaccination and socialising. You will also receive information on how to transfer the kennel club and microchip into your own name.
Yes, I can point you in the right direction for help in training in your local area and accessing clubs where you can find out more. The Kennel Club is always the best port of call for most activities.