Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Hat Creek Farm


A Good Name is rather to be chosen than great riches and loving favor
rather than silver and gold

Jean O'Connor
129 Felton Road
       Perry, GA 31069
 email :  
478 988 0508    

     At Hat Creek Farm we breed spring/and or fall litter a year. This enables us to spend a lot of time handling and socializing our puppies that will in turn become your trusted friend, hunting companion and family dog for years to come. Our puppies are of sound temperament and bred from generations of AKC & UKC TITLED dogs as well as SOLID HUNTING STOCK!
     Our dogs are AKC and/or UKC Registered, CERF and OFA Certified, EIC and CNM tested. Puppies will be wormed  and receive their first vaccination.  After much research we have decided not to have the dew claws removed.   If one wishes them removed you can have it done when you have your dog spayed or neutered.    We also guarantee our pups to pass  your vets health exam. Pups are sold with a limited registration, reversable to a Full upon proof of health tests, ie. hips and eyes certification.  Dogs can compete in all AKC competitions with a limited registration. Breed Shows the exception.    The puppy you get will have a profound effect on your life.  I spend a lot of time watching their personalities and selecting the puppy that best fits your life style.    Hat Creek labs possess all the genes needed for competition, hunting, drug dogs, bomb detection, search and rescue or just a good looking wonderful family pet.  We also offer in home boarding for ONLY our Hat Creek puppies. And we consider them "our puppies" no matter their age!   
 You won't be disappointed with a Hat Creek puppy, in fact we want to exceed your expectations!

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Our Favorite Companion

  Happy, indeed, is the person who owns a good dog.                                                                                                                                                                                                

 Good dogs don't just happen  -   they are bred by thoughtful people