*We are no longer having any Mums from our breeding partners, since the shut down of Covid 19, when we re-commenced breeding again, we only breed from our own Mums. This means less litters and less footfall.
*We are committed to giving outstanding after care for all our owners, including veterinary expertise, for life.
*We are committed to only bring you factual information so you can make an informed decision of which type of Beagle you would like, from a working strain cross or a show beagle strain cross, so you can gather all the facts before you make your decision.
*We only breed from health tested parents, please visit our health testing page at this website.
*We condemn puppy farms, we don’t support puppy farming. We don’t support backyard breeding or anyone who breeds with little or no experience.
*We are committed to a quality breeding programme and educating people and campaigners who think if you’re a larger breeder or a puppy farm, most educated people will know this is not correct. The American Kennel Club (A.K.C) sum up very well what a Puppy Farm actually is:-
*Typically separate puppies from their mothers too early (8 weeks is generally recommended) provide inadequate socialisation of puppies, sell puppies through third parties , keep puppies in poor husbandry conditions and fail to follow breed specific health schemes or to apply basic, routine health measures such as immunisation and worming. As a result, the puppies bred by puppy farmers are more likely to suffer from common, preventable, infectious diseases, painful or chronic inherited conditions, behavioural issues and shorter life spans, very rarely are they vaccinated and have no paperwork.
*We are committed to lead the way in “Everything Beagles” and we shall always give impartial advice.
*If we had our way, legislation would not allow a pup to leave until it is at least 9/10 weeks of age. The law at present is 8 weeks.
*If we had our way, it would be illegal to allow a pup to leave without having both it’s vaccination to ensure it is fully safe before it goes to a new owner.
*If we had our way – All breeders should give a lifetime of care and support and re-homing commitment/ help.