About this Site
FINDING A REPUTABLE DOG BREEDER IS ESSENTIAL FOR ANYONE CONTEMPLATING BUYING A PUPPY.
There are now so many “outlets” for puppies, that finding a reputable puppy breeder has become increasingly difficult and confusing for anyone not closely involved in the dog world. What should be a happy and enjoyable task – finding your new Beagle puppy – can quickly become a stressful experience with buyers left feeling that they are taking “pot luck,” through inexperience, lack of clear information and unfortunately, in some cases, deliberate deception.
All the Beagle breeders listed on this site will be known to one another and they will have to meet a criteria (see the “Setting The Standard” page) that is higher than that set by the Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme.
Not all good breeders are show exhibitors but those who do show and breed, tend to have a good understanding of the Breed Standard and will breed in order to maintain good temperament, health, quality and “type”. Reputable breeders will be happy to take time to answer any of your questions and queries. They will also ask you many questions to establish that you have researched the breed and that you have a good understanding of the pleasures and potential pitfalls of owning a Beagle.
This website is created and managed by, professional dog trainer, Amy Louise Millward. Amy was introduced to showing and breeding Beagles while in secondary school, purchasing her first Beagle, Bea, in 2013. This Beagle and her mischievous ways drove Amy to study reward based dog training and later, animal behaviour theory, qualifying with the Association of pet Dog Trainers shortly after leaving higher education. Amy now runs her own dog training business, Amy Millward Dog Training in South Wales and breeds duel purpose Labrador retrievers and Working English Springer Spaniels under the kennel name Brimbleworth Gundogs.
In partnership with a local Beagle Kennel, Amy has successfully shown Beagles making up the Kennel's first Champion with 5 RCCs and 3 CCs in 2018. In recent years Amy has focused her efforts on producing Working Gundogs for active pets, sporting companions and competition dogs. Below Amy is pictured with her Working dogs.