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Updated September 14, 2019


2019 Litters

Lamore (Seven) has been bred to Louie and their litter is due October 29th. We only have room for one more deposit on a male puppy. Historically Seven has had large litters though and we could have extra puppies.

We plan on breeding Lyric with Louie near the end of September with puppies coming near Thanksgiving. There are two openings for males on this litter. Once we get a better idea on size we could have more openings for both sexes.

We also expect to breed Lexie for the last time at the end of the year. If you want a chance at a sable puppy this is your opportunity to get one. She has a large variety of colors in her puppies. We are accepting deposits on this litter. At this point we are only able to take deposits on males since three females are already spoken for.

Lark and Louie will be bred possibly mid to late November. We are accepting deposits for both sexes on this litter. This litter will not be born until early 2020.


Pricing and selection information is here.


Due to our preference of providing a constant stream of pictures and updates we have decided to post those on Facebook instead of here. The decision came down to a simple matter of time management. Facebook is much less time consuming to use versus any other method. For those wanting to see pictures of the puppies you will need to go there.






He Ain't Heavy from Randy McBride on Vimeo.

Another video, this time of Libby's litter enjoying their second meal of puppy mush:

Winter 2014 video. This was taken of our dogs while we were out walking. Our youngest was only sixteen weeks old when these pictures were taken:

Puppy Information

You can contact us at: info@oregonspringerspaniel.com


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While the English Springer Spaniel has a long tradition of hunting sometimes things get a bit confusing. Given the proper opportunity these dogs would hunt, some better than others. However with the type of supervision ours have this is what can happen. (Very suitable for children, all of all ages)