Welsh Springer Spaniels are a less common breed, therefore the number of puppies can be quite limited.
Since Covid-19 arrived people are 'comfort shopping' for puppies and all breeders (of any breed) are flooded with requests, including me.
For the time being: PLEASE DO NOT CALL OR WRITE UNLESS IT IS INDICATED THAT A LITTER IS EXPECTED!
The Redsage litter in 2020 has only 1 puppy.
The plan for 2021 is to breed a girl in February
You are welcome to check back periodically for updates.
NO applications or reservations will be accepted
until a breeding is confirmed.
Puppies, especially Welshie pups, need quite a lot of socializing their first year with you. Training classes, outings to the park, meeting kids, going to stores, walks around the neighborhood, and so much more.
Will you be able to provide this during the social distancing phases and possible return to "shelter in place" periods?
Are you willing to have a dog who may never be as well adjusted,
or who will require more training for repeated sessions due to this phase of
social distancing while he/she is young?
There are plenty of questions to ask yourself beyond seeking the comfort of a new family member. I urge you to consider long term if this is the right decision for you and for a pup at this time.
For information on litters across the United States
please link to the National Welsh Springer Spaniel Club
For Breed Information to help you decide if a Welshie is the right dog for you, please see the "Breed Insights" page. This is also where you will find the
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