Our dogs are first and foremost pets who live with us in the house. My aim is to breed happy, healthy, biddable dogs, who adjust well to being members of the family. The dogs share our home with horses, a donkey, cats, chickens and ducks, mostly in complete harmony.
Jo has her own business, Mannerly Mutts, working as a dog behaviourist and trainer teaching obedience and agility. She is a full member of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association and the Guild Of Dog Trainers.
Even though breeding is a hobby for me I do take the responsibility seriously. I like to place my puppies in appropriate homes. Large Munsterlanders are energetic and intelligent and enjoy lots of exercise and mental stimulation. They enjoy nothing more than to be cuddled after a busy day.
If you think you have the time and energy to give a Crumpsbrook pup a home do come and visit us, something I encourage everyone to do. I will not take a booking for a pup without being sure of the future home.
Our puppies are all reared in our lounge which has a split level, the bottom 1/2 becomes the maternity wing for the duration.
Jo and her cob Issie. We have had Issie since 2016. She turns a hoof to anything asked of her and has done well showing and dressage.
Chris and Pepper. Pepper was bought in 2009 straight out of a field as an unbroken 3 year old.He is a lovely person and Chris and he enjoy Riding club competitions and have been members of our riding club teams.
Patrick our longest resident. He has been with us since 1988. A real character who loves a cup of tea, introduced to him by our farrier!
We keep a few free range poultry and ducks for eggs and enjoy growing our own fruit and veg.