We're here to help you find Cocker Spaniel breeders in the Clackmannanshire area.
Breeders are listed below, by town or city, and are in alphabetical order. Simply click on the area you're interested in and the link will take you to a list of all the breeders in that location.
Towns and Cities covered here are;
Clicking on any of the breeder listings with a link (below) will take you to a page where you'll find more information about that particular breeder.
If there isn't a link to their site yet, or they don't have a website, you can still contact the breeder by using their listed contact details - please don't forget to mention this site - About Cocker Spaniels.com - and let them know about our Directory!
With a bit of luck, they'll want to add an extra page of their own in our Database.
Miss J D Cuthbertson
Telephone: 07919 151 349
Telephone: 01259 214 589
Dawn McFarlane and Kirsty McFarlane
Telephone: 01259 219 468
Mobile: 07732 358 859
It looks like there are no breeders in the Tillicoultry or Clackmannan area listed in our directory just yet - that's probably because it's fairly new and I'm still in the process of building it.
I'm working very hard to complete it, but in the meanwhile I've added a handy search facility which will look for all the breeders local to you and display them all on one page.
Just type in the words "cocker spaniel breeders" (without the quotes) and the town, city or area you want, then click the search button.
Once you've found your breeder it shouldn't be too long before you have your new addition to the family.
While you're waiting, why not read our article on Bringing Home A New Puppy to bring you up to speed on what needs to be done before you bring him home?
If this is your first puppy, or it's a long while since you've cared for a puppy, you might find our advice on puppy care very useful too.
Potty training your puppy is one of the tasks you'll need to get to grips with as soon as your puppy arrives home and our step-by-step article on how to toilet train your puppy will help you to do just that - without too much fuss!
It's very important to professional and hobby breeders that their puppies go to good homes and it will be your responsibility to convince them of that.
Asking lots of questions about their breeding methods and their dogs will help to prove that you're a responsible puppy owner.
It will also help to reassure you that you're not buying a puppy from one of the many
unscrupulous puppy farms that don't care who they sell their (undernourished, unloved, and usually pretty unhealthy) puppies to!
To point you in the right direction, I've written an article listing the kind of questions that you might like to ask your breeder.
We hope you've found our Cocker Spaniel Breeders Directory helpful in putting you in touch with a breeder, and that you find your perfect puppy soon!
For a list of all other areas covered in Scotland, simply follow the link.
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