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Thread: Friend Seeking a Boykin Spaniel: Need suggestions!

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    Default Friend Seeking a Boykin Spaniel: Need suggestions!

    Hey all,
    Just wanted to see if any of you new of could recommend a breeder of Boykin Spaniels as I have a close friend that is ready to commit to a new dog. He wants a pup, and the pup will not only be a member of the family but a dog that hunts quite often. Thank you for your help!!
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    Senior Member frontier's Avatar
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    http://retrievertraining.net/forums/...reeders&page=1

    I have a litter planned Spring/Summer, but already have a long waiting list.

    What state is your friend located?
    Terrie Tomlinson
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    Therapy?

    /Paul
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    Too many dogs to list (By some Bitch)

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    look for a Chief Puppy!

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    or a shady acres jasmine puppy....

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    www.brandywinecreekboykins.com

    Great dogs and great people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud View Post
    www.brandywinecreekboykins.com

    Great dogs and great people.
    X2!!!!!!!!!!
    River Bottom Retrievers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Gasaway View Post
    X2!!!!!!!!!!

    X3!!!

    I train with Branywine dogs and they are good, heard a lot of good things about Phil and Karen. A Chief puppy would be a good choice also
    HRCH Ashland's Dixieland Delight MH - "Dixie"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun_Dog2002 View Post
    Therapy?

    /Paul
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    Thanks everyone for the replies! We are located in Illinois, northeast corner of the state. This particular friend will drive wherever he needs to for the right pup. As a lab and GSP guy, I know nothing about the bloodlines and characteristics of the Boykins. I know they are hardy dogs, really driven hunters, and full of go. I welcome any and all suggestions of breeders and thanks again!
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