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Thank you for considering one of our beloved puppies to become a beloved member of your family. 
We breed our puppies with love and passion, ensuring they receive the best start in life.

 

We like to consider Kennel Whistledown as one big family, and we would be delighted if you'd join us. 

 

Our commitment is not only to breed exceptional puppies but also to find them loving forever homes where they will be cherished and cared for. We believe that bringing a puppy into your life is a significant decision, one that requires careful consideration and compatibility.

That's why we take the time to get to know you, your lifestyle, and your expectations. 

We kindly request the opportunity to meet with you few times before making a final decision.

This allows us to build a relationship, discuss any questions or concerns you may have, and ensure that our puppy's temperament and needs align with your family dynamics.

If you're interested in meeting us and our dogs, please send us an email at kennelwhistledown@hotmail.com .

Tell us more about yourself, your family, your lifestyle, and why you're interested in adding a Welsh Springer Spaniel to your family.

Our goal is not just to place a puppy, but to ensure that it will thrive in its new environment and receive the love and care it deserves.

We look forward to getting to know you

and potentially welcoming one of our puppies into your heart and home.

- Scroll down to view all the planned litters -

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"We firmly believe that there are no misbehaving dogs, only misbehaving owners."

LITTERS

WHISTLEDOWN
SEASON

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N UCH WESTAWAY THE GAME IS ON
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N UCH TRYSTYN BENTON HUSH PUPPY

2021

WHISTLEDOWN
SEASON

02

SE(u)CH LV CH NOUCH NOJW-17 DON'S SUPERMAN
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N UCH TRYSTYN BENTON HUSH PUPPY

2022

WHISTLEDOWN
SEASON

03

N UCH NV 15 CASEIN'S AUTUMN BREEZE
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N UCH WHISTLEDOWN ELOISE VICTORIA

2024

WHISTLEDOWN
SEASON

04

FERNDEL WATER STONE WITH INUGOYA
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N UCH TRYSTYN BENTON HUSH PUPPY

The litter is expected by the end of May 2024

WHISTLEDOWN
SEASON

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IS THE WELSH SPRINGER SPANIEL RIGHT FOR YOU?

WEIGHING THE  BENEFIT AND CONSIDERATION

3 good reasons
to get a WSS

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Active Lifestyle Partner: Welsh Springer Spaniels are energetic and love to stay active. They'll eagerly join you on hikes, runs, and other outdoor adventures, helping to keep you motivated and healthy with their boundless enthusiasm for exercise.

Loyal and Affectionate Companion: Welsh Springer Spaniels are known for their loyalty and affection towards their owners. They'll be by your side through thick and thin, offering companionship, love, and emotional support, making them wonderful additions to any household.

Versatile Working Dog: Whether you're a hunter or simply enjoy training and engaging with your dog in various activities, Welsh Springer Spaniels excel in a wide range of tasks. From hunting to agility competitions, obedience training, and more, they're intelligent and eager to please, making them versatile partners for any endeavor.

3 good reasons
to think about

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High Energy Needs: Welsh Springer Spaniels are energetic dogs that require a lot of physical and mental stimulation. If you have a busy schedule or limited time for exercise and play, you might find it challenging to meet their needs, which could lead to behavior problems like restlessness or destructive behavior.

Grooming Requirements: While Welsh Springer Spaniels have a beautiful coat, it requires regular grooming to keep it in good condition. Their feathered fur can become tangled and matted if not properly cared for, so if you're not prepared to invest time and effort into grooming, this breed might not be the best fit for you.

Separation Anxiety: Welsh Springer Spaniels are exceptionally social dogs, known for forming strong bonds with their owners. However, some may develop​separation anxiety if left alone for long periods, leading to behaviors like excessive barking, chewing, or digging. If you have a lifestyle that requires you to be away from home frequently, it is crucial to begin training your new puppy from day one. 

"Many of our puppy buyers often tell us that as soon as the puppy arrives, they will take weeks off to spend all their time with them... nothing could be more wrong. This will lead them from your constant presence to complete absence when you're at work."

It's understandable that new puppy owners are excited about the idea of spending every moment with their new furry friend. However, it's important to consider that puppies, much like children, need a stable routine and consistent environment to develop in a healthy and balanced manner.

If owners spend an extended period constantly present with the puppy, they create a very strong bond, but also excessive dependence. When they return to their daily routine, such as work, the puppy may feel abandoned and confused, as its main source of comfort and interaction is no longer available.

Instead, it's advisable to gradually introduce the puppy to the family's daily life, establishing a routine that includes moments of interaction and play, but also periods of calmness and autonomy. This will help the puppy develop the confidence and independence needed to cope with the owners' absences without stress and anxiety.

Moreover, it's crucial for the new owners to understand the concept of gradual separation, and to  leave the puppy alone for short periods of time right from the start, helping it learn to handle solitude positively. 

Here are some examples on how to gradually train your puppy... 

 

Ultimately, a gradual transition to normal daily life will help the puppy grow into a confident and well-adjusted dog, capable of handling owners' absences without stress and anxiety, and maintaining a healthy and balanced bond with their human family.

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