Tuppence’s first litter

Litter photo 1

We are ever so proud of our beautiful tan and white girl, Tuppence, giving birth to no less than seven healthy pups the day after New Years Day 2020. The offspring of Gladstyle Lemon Bonbon x Jewelston Treasure of Erlenbek, this is her first litter but Barnaby’s third. All of the pups were tricolour except for one tan and white.

All of the litter have now gone to their new loving homes, and we wish all the families the best of luck and joy with their new bundles of mayhem.

Proud winners

We’re so excited that two of our beagles have won prizes in a photo competition in support of Service Dogs UK, F.A.I.T.H Animal Rescue near Norwich, and Nelson’s Journey.

Our beloved Erlenbek Watson won 1st place in the Most Handsome Dog category.

In addition, Erlenbek Gatsby, won 3rd place in the Cutest Puppy category.

We’re really happy to have supported the fantastic causes championed by the competition, and would like to thank the organisers and judges for selecting our photos.

Beautiful tricolour puppies – all sold

Our current litter of puppies out of Erlenbek Piper Maru x Gladstyle Google Me have now all been reserved and have wonderful new homes to look forward to.

All our puppies are fully Kennel Club registered, wormed, microchipped, come with a comprehensive puppy pack and pedigree, five weeks of free insurance from The Kennel Club, and buyers have the peace of mind of buying from an Assured Breeder, part of The Kennel Club’s accredited breeder programme. As is routine, all parents have been fully DNA screened so all our puppies are fully clear of MLS, NCCD, IGS and Lafora.

Currently we do not know when our next litter will be available, however if you would like to be placed on our waiting list, please fill in our New Owner questionnaire to express interest.

Auf Wiedersehen, Pet

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.

Farewell Endeavour

Hi-Five... Endeavour was quick to relax - this photo was taken when he was just  2 and a half weeks old.

Hi-Five… Endeavour was quick to relax – this photo was taken when he was just 2 and a half weeks old.

Endeavour goes to his new home tomorrow, living on a school in Hertfordshire (not Oxford). It’s going to be a difficult good-bye as he’s a spitting image of Barnaby and is incredibly cuddly like a teddy bear. We know he’ll be really happy with his new owners and will get a lot of love.