Blue Chip Kennels (Hampton, Iowa)

  • 1173 Raven Ave, Hampton, IA 50441
  • +1 641-456-2910
  • Rated 4.3/5 with 6 verified reviews.
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Blue Chip Kennels Customer Reviews Summary

We’ve analyzed all available reviews for this breeder and summarized our findings below for your convenience!

This breeder has received positive reviews regarding the quality of their dogs. Customers have praised the intelligence and trainability of the dogs, as well as their natural hunting instincts.

The breeder is also commended for their care and support, with one reviewer specifically mentioning their availability for advice. However, there is one negative review that raises concerns about the conditions in which a dog was raised, suggesting a possible puppy mill situation.

This review highlights issues such as late socialization, health problems, and separation anxiety. Potential customers should carefully consider this negative feedback before making a decision.

Blue Chip Kennels Reviews

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Emily Zahasky

Haven gotten 2 dogs from Jay. Best dogs, very intelligent, easily trained, natural flushers, no health problems.


Caroline Sexton

I have adopted two dogs throughout the years from Blue Chip Kennel including one of Jay’s female who had 2 litters (she was 6 years old). I have nothing but good things to say and I have experience first hand how much he cares about his dogs. He was always available for advice and I would definitely consider adopting from him again.


Dennis Woodward

We have had English Cocker from Jay and she pasted last September she was the smartest dog that we have ever owned. We have now ordered another.


Traci Collins

My Brittany spaniel came from Blue Chip kennel 4 years ago almost to the day. “Max” is the sweetest pup I’ve ever had….but he clearly came from what I think of as a puppy mill. We didn’t get him until he was 4 months old and by the way he walked, we could tell he hadn’t spent much time outside of a small kennel. I tried putting him in a kennel the first time I left him at home alone, and when I came back an hour later it was completely tipped over and Max was in panic mode. At nine months old we found out he had severe hip dysplasia and needed two total hip replacements. At 12 months old we found out he is allergic to everything! We have to make him home cooked beef and rice, even the minimal ingredient dog food options such as SoJo’s doesn’t suffice. Now at 4 years old, he still suffers from severe separation anxiety. He rips up carpet, scratches the doors and walls, and just cries and howls if I am even one room away.

So please, please, please don’t let this puppy mill continue any longer.