Watson is the calmest of the puppies and a real show off. He will try to get your attention by sitting nicely and very still, giving lots of fantastic photo opportunities. Watson is a very handsome dog, and he loves playing with his siblings.
This puppy is content with being the quiet side-kick, which is how he got the name of the famous friend of Sherlock Holmes. He is also somewhat of an escape artist, sitting silently back to view his options and cleverly planning to get what he wants.
Dotcom is a beautiful, strong and also very fluffy puppy. With gorgeous markings and a lovely teddy face, you can’t help but want to cuddle him. He loves chewing things, so he will need lots of toys to help him use his little teeth. He may look innocent but he is a cheeky chappy who will keep you on your toes.
Unlike his brothers Dotcom has a lighter brown undercoat. He likes his food and will need to stay very active in order to watch his weight. Having been the smallest of the boys at birth he is now growing fast!
Dotcom is very intelligent and will thoroughly enjoy training (if there is food that is).
Having been the largest of the litter to begin with, Hero has now grown into a slim and elegant puppy. He is very good with children of all ages, and does not get phased by excessive cuddling. He will let you know that he wants attention and then smother you with licks.
Hero is active and playful and his favourite toys include squeakers. We would not be surprised if he would do well in agility!
Maia is the only girl in the litter. She is a petite and beautiful puppy. She might be small but has a big character and being the first born, she is in charge of her brothers. Hence she is named after the independent and cheeky bee.
Maia loves being picked up and cuddled but she needs firm training as she will otherwise rule the household with her beautiful puppy eyes. She loves playing with toys and is particularly fond of a little blanket, which she carries around to sleep on.
We are looking for a very special home for Maia as she is our little miracle.
Ava has had a litter of beautiful tricolour puppies, born 1st September 2016, the second litter of Charterwood Blackannie of Erlenbek x Jewelston Treasure of Erlenbek.
If you’re interested in buying one of our puppies, please visit our Current Litter page for more details.
It’s birthday season at Erlenbek – since April we’ve celebrated birthdays for Ava, Barnaby and Ava’s first litter who are now a marvellous 1 year old and no doubt causing plenty of mischief.
In celebration of the pups’ anniversaries, here’s a gallery of photos from their new families.
Erlenbek Elsa Inu (Elsa)
Erlenbek Endeavour (Niko)
Erlenben Lilla Saga (Jessie)
Erlenbek Piper Maru (Piper)
Our kennel has been joined by Fräulein Smilla (Sire Fallowfield Royal Rupert, Dam Farmoore Seeker). With her lovely lemon and white markings, we are hoping to start a new Erlenbek line.
She has a delightful and friendly temperament with other dogs and children – she gets on with Piper like a house on fire.
Barnaby and Smilla
We wish everybody a happy new year from all of us at Erlenbek Beagles. We’re looking forward to a new litter this year and many more adventures with Barnaby, Ava and Piper.
We’re super excited to bring you the first of a series of limited edition artworks, featuring our very own @PiperMaruBeagle
These framed prints are strictly limited edition and signed by the author, come in a beautiful oak frame and depict a young girl with her beagle puppy in her lap.
Order now in time for Christmas from our Etsy store.
With a heavy heart and lots of hugs and kisses, we bid a fond farewell to Elsa Inu, the last of Ava’s litter to leave us.
Named after a certain singing Snow Queen (we do have a 4 year old in the house), Elsa has enjoyed weeks of tumbling with her sister Piper and competing for our attention. She is going to live in Germany with a new family that we know will give her all the love (and attention) she deserves.
And so, after 15 weeks, a microchip, a rabies vaccination and a pet passport, it’s time to Let It Go, Elsa.
Elsa, shortly after birth.
A tiny little Elsa
Elsa in the whelping box
Elsa confronts a ball (yes, she is small, but the ball is oversized)
Elsa (right) peeking out the whelping box with her sister Piper
Elsa finds a better use for the agility tunnel
Just like her Mum and Dad, Elsa makes a great draught excluder
Elsa, posing for her passport photograph
Elsa (left) and Piper (right)
Elsa, looking cute
This hand must contain food
Elsa (on the floor) tumbling with Piper