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Spanish Water Dog 



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When it comes to selecting the perfect puppy for your household, it is crucial to choose a responsible breeder to ensure a seamless and healthy experience. Finding a breeder who prioritizes the well-being of their puppies is an essential step that should not be rushed. Taking the time to identify the right breeder will significantly increase the likelihood of bringing home a joyful and vibrant companion who will thrive throughout their lifetime.

How to find a responsible breede

The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme to find a good, responsible breeder that promotes the health and welfare of their dogs and puppies. Assured Breeders all agree to follow good breeding practices that are inspected by the Kennel Club, and they are required to comply with breed-specific health screening.
The Kennel Club will visit Assured Breeders on application, and again every three years to ensure they’re complying with their welfare standards.

To find a list of Registered Breeders please go to:
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Any responsible Breeder will:

  • Be happy to speak to you on the phone, answer questions about the breed, and be keen to keep in touch with you.

  • Be keen to get to know you to ensure you’ll provide a suitable home for the puppy. This may be about your lifestyle and the type of home their puppy is going to.

  • Only breed from healthy dogs with no behaviour or health issues, and will be happy to provide health certification.

  • Encourage you to visit the puppies with their mother, and will never sell a puppy younger than 8 weeks old.

  • Ensure a bitch has only one litter within 12 months, four litters over their lifetime and none after having a caesarean section.

  • Ensure the mother and puppies have regular vet checks, including flea and worming treatments and vaccinations.

  • Ensure each puppy is microchipped and registered on a Government compliant database.

  • Ensure their dogs have a good quality of life, with an appropriate diet, a clean, warm environment and outdoor space. 

  • Have started to socialise the puppy at home. 

  • Issue a puppy pack, which includes food, paperwork and advice on progressing socialisation. 

  • Offer to take the puppy back, should your circumstances change throughout the dog's lifetime. 


A responsible breeder may also have a waiting list for their puppies. Remember, a responsibly bred puppy is worth the wait!

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