English Springer Spaniel breeders

Jillfarm Kennels

Jillfarm Kennels

R.R. 2
Barrie, Ontario, L4M 4S4
Tel.: 705-739-7131
E-mail: jill.muntean@bell.net

I specialize in rare Tri or three coloured English Springer Spaniels. My dogs are of great loving temperaments and health. This is my priority.

Pups are home raised, not in kennels or cages. My dogs are part of the family and not kept in isolation. New pups are used to people, well socialized with other dogs, and handled from birth. I even have a cat that cat-educates my babies!

All sold on non breeding contracts to protect the dog, when registered with the CKC. 1st shots, wormed, tattooed, dews and tails done.

Jillfarm has litters throughout the year. New pups are expected in March this year, with many families already waiting for their fur babies. Please check my site for expected litters and anticipated dates. I have two new girls soon to join the mother brigade...very different girls, imported from the U.S. One is a roan tri Springer, Anika, and the other is a black tipped sable, Marley. Both very rare colours, added to my lines. Pups will not be anticipated until earliest Fall 2015, or later.

Jillfarm is growing!
Please contact me soon to be added to my reserved pup list for the season of your choice.

I also offer stud service for approved females.

Don't be disappointed...contact me today!


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