Suedanka Kennels

Breeder & Exhibitor of Qualty Cocker Spaniels

Puppies available

We currently have one blue roan dog puppy available, he is 8wks old, had his first vaccination, is microchipped and ready to go.  $1725


He was staying to be a show dog but we have decided to keep the girls instead.  If you are interested then contact asap as he wont be available long.


We are planning another litter to be born around Christmas time, so due for new homes in February, enquiries welcome.  We expect the litter to be blue roan.

As with all of our litters, the parents are DNA tested for FN and PRCD-PRA and have current eye certification.

Puppies

At Suedanka I do not breed often, My puppies are bred from quality pedigree show dogs, with proven temperaments, they are health tested and matings are done based on type, temperament and health.

If you are looking for a pet puppy you will be required to sign a desexing contract, there are enough puppies in New Zealand without progeny of my lines adding to the numbers.

If you are wanting a show puppy then you will need to call and chat to me in person, I love to encourage people into this lovely breed, so helping you to purchase the best possible puppy is my intention, I do not believe in letting people start out with a pet puppy as they are already a step behind and breeding good dogs is hard enough.

Cockers are companion animals so my puppies are only available to homes where they can live as valued family members, they require regular grooming, exercise and care, please ontact me if you require any more information.

Below is some typical Suedanka Puppies

Accredited Breeder

We are one of a very few breeders in NZ that have joined the accredited breeders scheme with the NZ Kennel Club.

What is the NZKC Accredited Breeders Scheme?

The scheme is managed and monitored by the New Zealand Kennel Club. The aim of the scheme is to:

  • Encourage the breeding of healthy well-adjusted puppies
  • Promote and recognise good breeding practices
  • Assist the puppy buying public to find responsible breeders

What is an Accredited Breeder?

An Accredited Breeder is someone who:

  • Ensures their breeding stock and progeny are NZKC registered.
  • Advises new owners about the NZKC Register that the dog is recorded on and explains any endorsements that may be applied to the puppy and why they have been applied.
  • Permanently identifies breeding stock by DNA profile and microchip or tattoo.
  • Makes use of health screening schemes (as they become available), relevant to their breed, on all breeding stock.
  • Ensures their puppies are well socialised before going to their new homes.
  • Provides written advice to new owners on feeding, worming, socialization, exercise and future training of their puppy.
  • Provides a written record (from a veterinarian) on the immunisation measures taken to date on the puppy.
  • Is available to give reasonable post sale advice to the new owner.
  • Will assist if necessary in the re-homing of the dog, for whatever reason throughout the dog's lifetime.
  • Will advise the buyer of any know inherited disorders that the puppy or adult dog may be predisposed to which may cause health welfare problems during the dog's lifetime.
  • Provides the new owner with a Sale and Purchase Agreement, detailing any of the endorsements that may have been placed on the dog.
  • Advises the new owner about the requirement and recommendations that apply to them as an Accredited Breeder and also make the buyer aware of the NZKC Complaint Process.
  • Provides written advice, in the Puppy Sales Wallet on the continuation of socialisation, exercise and future training.

Why Buy a Puppy From an Accredited Breeder?

The NZKC Accredited Breeders Scheme provides puppy buyers with reassurance that:

  • They are purchasing a pedigree puppy from someone whose priority is the health and welfare of the the puppies that they breed.
  • The breeder will give a quality, supportive and informative service both before and after they take their puppy home.
  • The sire and dam of a puppy have been tested for all required health tests, relevant to the breed, and that the breeder will provide you with accurate information about the results of these tests.
  • The sire and dam have been DNA profiled so the parentage of the puppy can be verified.
  • The Breeder has signed and agreed to the Accredited Breeders Code of Ethics and Code of Practice. These can be viewed on the NZKC Website.
  • The breeder will advise you of the process should you wish to lodge a complaint.