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Ian & Wendy WATT


Le Champ David

18200 ORCENAIS

France

Tel: +33 (0)248963967

Port: +33 (0)681776192                          

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On the following pages you will find details of current or forthcoming litters. Choose a breed and click on the photo.  

Golden & Nova Scotia puppies Puppies Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. Golden Retriever pups

All our puppies are vaccinated, micro-chipped, wormed and socialised.  They are also examined by our veterinary and have an official health certificate.  All the parents have been controlled for hip dysplasia and hereditary eye conditions (with official certificates).  We are always available for any questions you may have.

If there is not a litter available now or you are not ready for a puppy just yet please contact us by e-mail or telephone (English and French spoken) for our future plans.

Choosing the puppy: male or female?


It is said that boys run away more often than girls, they are distant and independent. Also they have other faults such as they constantly mark their territory, they are imposing and over eager and they have a tendency to disobey. On the other hand, it is said of girls that they are generally more loving and obedient.

However in our experience our boys can be as affectionate, calm and loyal as our girls. Our dogs are not so sensitive and can be easier to train. Sometimes it is our bitches that look to escape encouraging the others to follow. The main inconvenience with a girl is her seasons, on average twice a year.

It is true that the male is bigger and heavier but he knows how to make himself smaller when necessary and to be gentle when needed.

The main thing is to choose a puppy best suited to your family, knowing that you will enjoy the essential qualities of the breed.

Boy or girl?  It does not matter. Your puppy will bring you much joy and happiness.


Golden Retrievers

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers