New State of the Art Puppy Kennel at SouthWind Plantation

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New state of the art kennel at SouthWind Plantation welcomes a new litter.

Puppies have become a permanent part of SouthWind Plantation, and nothing is more exciting than the birth of a new litter.

Just recently, we spoke with the management team at SouthWind Plantation located at 670 Bower Station Road in Attapulgus, Georgia. SouthWind has been raising and training some of the finest dogs in Southwest Georgia. Their kennels are home to a number of Cockers and Pointers with outstanding pedigrees and distinguished bloodlines.

SouthWind Plantation recently completed the construction of a beautiful state-of-the-art puppy kennel. The facility houses five indoor and outdoor kennels, two administrative offices and a veterinarian on call 24/7. It is also home to Coco and Bandit, proud parents of their newest litter of pups.

Coco and Bandit, both English Cocker Spaniels, are descendants from the finest of bloodlines. Coco is one of the best dogs on the plantation. She ran the fastest time in her very first Field Trial. Bandit is a rare tri-colored Cocker with exemplary flushing and retrieving skills. Together, these two dogs have only had one other litter.

Coco gave birth on Sunday, July 24th to her second litter of puppies. These 4 little guys and gals will be ready for a new home in just 6-8 weeks.

English Cockers, although fabulous hunting dogs, make great family pets. They are good with kids, have great dispositions and are well-mannered. Sadie Mae, a 1-year old pup from Coco and Bandit’s first litter has found a permanent home as the family pet with loving owners in North Carolina.

So if you are in the market for a great hunting dog or pet, give the plantation a call at 1-800-456-5208 or visit our website at

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