Puppies

The New England Litter   |  whelped 23 September 2018
Ainsley's Sweet Deal x Ch Cliffwalk's She's a Keeper

Inquiries about availability of puppies to show homes and families seeking high quality pets are welcome.

Go to the Back-to-School Litter - whelped 8-22-17 (Ch Gwynllyn On Point Sporting Fields x Ch Cliffwalk's She's a Keeper)
Go to the
March Madness Litter - whelped 3-8-17 (Ch Ainsley's Ivywood Rock Star x GCh Ivywood's She's the One)
Go to the Blizzard Litter - whelped 1-26-15 (GCh Winsome Gwynllyn Simply Surreal ECM x GCh Ivywood's She's the One)
Go to the Mother's Day Litter - whelped 5-11-06 (Ch Tuscany's Top Hat 'n' Tails x Ch Cobblestone Tuscany Tia Maria)

AKC Registration

Cliffwalk English Cockers encourages our puppies' families to register them with the American Kennel Club.  You can use the Individual Dog Registration Application you received the day you picked the puppy up, or go to the AKC website and complete the process online.

There are benefits associated with AKC registration:

  • 30 days of healthcare coverage with AKC Pet Insurance, for newly registered puppies.
  • A certificate for a complimentary first veterinary office visit.
  • Optional registration packages that include an AKC collar tag with 24/7 lifetime recovery services, a three-generation AKC pedigree, a one-year subscription to AKC Family Dog magazine, and a dog care and training video.
  • Eligibility to participate in diverse and exciting AKC events, including agility, obedience, tracking, field trials, dog shows, junior showmanship, and many others.
  • A frameable AKC Registration Certificate and your dog’s name recorded in the AKC Registry

For complete information about registration and registering by mail, click here.

For online registration, click here.

The AKC is the oldest registry of purebred dogs in the United States, and indisputably the most well-respected.  It is dedicated to upholding the integrity of its registry, promoting the sport of purebred dogs and breeding for type and function. Founded in 1884, the AKC and its affiliated organizations advocate for the purebred dog as a family companion, advance canine health and well-being, work to protect the rights of all dog owners and promote responsible dog ownership.

 


© 2007, Grace Wilkinson

© 2007, Grace Wilkinson