Field Bred English Springer Spaniel ESS puppy in Omaha Nebraska

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Field Bred English Springer Spaniel ESS puppy in Omaha Nebraska

  Bud Clouse

  NE-United States


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At Dublem we have been breeding, training, hunting, field trialing and judging field bred English Springer Spaniels for 16 years, which is longer than any breed we maintain. The englsih springer spaniel genetics we focused on for a long period of time was the Badgercourt line and that influence is maintained in our current studs and bitches. Our english springer spaniels tend to be easy to train, quick to learn, have drive and they are eager to please. They have natural mouths, marking and the genetics to quarter are built in. If you are looking for a great pet a hunting companion or a field trial dog we think you will be pleased with a Dublem Gundogs English Springer Spaniel.

We imported the stud Glencarw Kernal "Tom" for his owner Dan James last year. He is a very nice animal that is producing super puppies. He is very traditional UK breeding, hard running, good nose and natural hunt and very pleasant.

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The dam is Copa; we consider Coppa to be very special; her temperament is impeccable and her hunt drive and natural ability to quarter and find game are off the scale. We consider Copa as a foundation bitch that started with three key pieces.

1. Jim Devoll imported her great grandmother, Byrd of Housy (litter mate of FC, AFC,CFC Pel Tan Rolly) from Mike Shefford of Housty Kennels.
2. Jeff Miller imported his fantastic male CNFC, FC, AFC Nant-Lais Sting "Glover", possibly one of the best field trial dogs of all time and a Bird Dog Hall of Fame dog.
3. Finally, Mark Hairfield purchased and campaigned the phenominal dog FC Bricksclose Matchwood "Badger"

A couple key notables that tie this together is that these three English dogs are closely connected to EFC Badgercourt Druid and 1985 ENFC Courtmans Lane. Luckily for us Mark was smart enough to collect and store semen from Badger and Koko carried the Glover and Byrd genes. This combination produced Coppa long after Badger was gone.

If you are looking for a truely remarkable hunting dog, companion of a lifetime or field trial prospect, this is your opportunity to start with a very nice puppy. We have 7 pups on the ground and taking orders. - Bud Clouse

We are located in Nebraska south of Omaha and only a couple minutes from the Iowa line. We are also only two hours north of Kansas City Missouri.