Cocker Spaniel puppies
We are delighted to introduce our litter of Cocker Spaniel puppies, born and raised in the beautiful surroundings of Fenagh. These puppies come from top-class working lines, with many Field Trial champions in their pedigree. They are brave in temperament, making them perfect for either field work or as loyal companions
Each puppy is IKC registered, vaccinated, and has been regularly wormed and de-flead from birth. They are extremely active and are sure to make top-class companions. We have a variety of colours available, including brown/white females, a black female, black males, and a black/white male. All paperwork is ready to leave with each puppy, and as a bonus, we will include a free bag of the puppy nut that they have been reared on. Don't miss out on these adorable puppies, ready to bring joy to their new homes.
Tips for contacting sellers
- Keep communication through our messaging system for as long as possible.
- Choose carefully what information you share about yourself in your messages. Do share info if you have a garden, young kids, or other suitable information to help the seller know you are a suitable buyer.
- Report suspicious activity to your local Garda Station and via the Report ad button.
- We recommend you print or save a copy of this page for your records in case the ad is updated / closed.
Tips for purchasing a puppy
Remember: A puppy is for life, not just for Christmas🎄.
- Ask sellers to provide an ID (driver's licence / passport) and take note of their contact details. You will also need to provide the same & a proof of address to transfer the microchip to your name.
- Note microchip IDs posted here (977200010248077, 977200010248840, 977200010248129, 977200010242835, 977200010247666) and check the microchip certificates (important) when you visit to make sure they match and the sellers details are on the certificate too (see example microchip certificates).
- Do not purchase a dog without seeing a microchip certificate. It is illegal to sell a dog without a microchip that's fully registered (info).
- Ask to see mother of puppies.
- Make sure the puppy is 8 weeks before taking ownership of the dog (closer to 10-12 weeks is even better).
- See puppies in their home environment.
- Do not purchase a dog from a seller in a car park or other business location.
- Consider buying a puppy starter pack of essential items .
- Ask sellers about the vet who has taken care of the dogs. Ask for the dog's vaccination certificate(s).
- Use our contract template www.dogs.ie/contract or another as a basis for a written contract & ask for a written receipt.
- It's best not to bring young kids to first meetings, to avoid disappointment in the case you decide not to buy a dog.
- This seller is a Dog Breeding Establishment (DBE), ask to see their licence from their local authority.
|Dog Breeding Establishment||2015/CW/001/R.6|
|Max breeding bitches||≤ 18|
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Microchip requirements for dogs in Ireland
Legally all dogs over the age of 12 weeks must be microchipped. All dogs advertised for sale also need to be microchipped and registered with one of the four approved Irish databases, Animark, Fido, IKC or Irish Coursing Club. Fines can be imposed for being in possession of a dog that is not microchipped.
You can click to see some public details of the dog microchip on the Europetnet website. Always ask to see the microchip cert when you view a dog and crosscheck the owners details.
Laws about microchipping are covered in the Microchippng of Dogs Regulations 2015 (S.I. No. 63 of 2015), section 3(2).
Dog Breeding Establishments (DBEs) in Ireland
Any premises with 6 or more female dogs that are capable of breeding and older than 6 months are required to register with their local county councils as a dog breeding establishment. Their license stipulates the maximum number of bitches they may on their premises. DBEs includes dog breeders, commercial boarding kennels, hunt clubs etc.
Note: this license is the maximum number allowed, and does not automatically mean the breeder has this many breeding bitches.
This is set out in the Dog Breeding Establishment Act of 2010.