an assured breeder of welsh springer spaniels in western canada
Shore n Cliff Dog Breeders are a responsible dog breeder of Welsh Springer Spaniels in Alberta. Our stock of Welsh Springer Spaniels were selected from some of the finest stock in America. Our dogs are raised inside a heated building and we begin to teach our puppies paper-training at 3 weeks old - which makes the breeder-to-new-home transition much simpler. We produce only a couple of litters each year, as the emphasis for our breeding stock of Spaniels is on health and happiness.
The breeding stock of the male stud and both females of Welsh Springer Spaniels at Shore n Cliff Dog Breeders are well-kept and maintained in Innisfail, Alberta. The females are each bred just once per year as it is important for the mothers to recover back to full health before producing a litter - which can be both exhausting and strenuous to the animals. Our Springer Spaniels are fed only the highest quality of dog food and are excerised (ran) twice daily. The dogs live on a large farm in Alberta that has an invisible fence (to protect them from coyotes) and are free to run, play and enjoy their days. As a result the litters of puppies produced at Shore n Cliff Breeders are bred by healthy, happy stock.
Frozen Semen for breeding available from Leo, our breeding stud, call (403) 227-4632 for information.
Welsh Springer Spaniels
excellent dogs for families
The Welsh Springer Spaniels are sporting dogs originally bred to flush out fowl from the ground and as such the Welsh Springer Spaniel thrives outdoors and loves to run and enjoy water where available. Although this Springer Spaniel is considered a working dog it is easily adaptable as a loving family pets it has a somewhat lower temperament, than its cousin the English Springer Spaniel. Welsh Springer Spaniels were recognized as a separate breed from the English Springer Spaniel in 1902 upon acceptance by the UK Kennel Club.learn more
Welsh Spring Spaniel Detects Cancer - Global News Report
One of the dogs from our litter has been trained to sniff out cancer and you can read more in this Global News report.