Willow Spring Kennel (Quakertown, Pennsylvania)

  • 479 E Cherry Rd, Quakertown, PA 18951
  • +1 215-538-2179
  • Rated 4.5/5 with 52 verified reviews.
  • Website
  • Monday: 1-6 PM
  • Tuesday: 1-6 PM
  • Wednesday: 1-6 PM
  • Thursday: 1-6 PM
  • Friday: 1-6 PM
  • Saturday: 1-6 PM
  • Sunday: 12:30-4 PM

Willow Spring Kennel Customer Reviews Summary

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

Customers have expressed high satisfaction with this golden retriever breeder. They appreciate the breeder's knowledge and helpfulness, as well as the welcoming and non-rushed atmosphere when choosing a puppy.

The breeder is noted for their excellent aftercare support and willingness to answer questions even after several months. One customer mentions their dog's mild mitral valve problem, but overall, the breeder is praised for their professionalism and love for their dogs.

However, there are a few negative reviews that should be considered. One customer had a poor experience with a sick puppy that had multiple health issues, which they believe are genetic malformations.

Another customer details the health problems their dog faced, including severe SM, MVD, and cancer. They caution potential buyers to ensure the parents have been cleared of MVD and SM to prevent purchasing dogs at risk for these diseases.

Overall, the breeder receives positive feedback for their knowledge, helpfulness, and aftercare support. It is important for potential customers to be aware of the negative reviews and to thoroughly inquire about the health clearances of the parents before making a purchase.

Willow Spring Kennel Reviews

We’ve compiled a list of the most helpful reviews for this breeder below. We’ve included both positive and negative (if applicable) reviews to give you a better idea of the type of breeder you’re considering.


Nadine Abulaban

I wish I can give them a 10 out of 5, they are the best breeders I have come across because they are the BEST!

When we first decided to get a cavalier, my husband and I took a few weeks to make this decision because we never had a pup before. We visited them multiple times to meet the puppies, and each time we were there they never EVER rushed us, they always welcomed us over and encouraged us to get to know their pups and choose the one that we felt most comfortable with. Also, they never asked us for a deposit (some breeders make u pay a deposit before even seeing the pups), and they always answered the million questions we had throughout the process.

Its been 6 months now, and we have our little Tula and she is the sweetest dog ever. She brings so much joy into our home and literally has reduced so much of our stress. She is the most gentle and well socialized dog ever.

But here is the best part, each time I have a question, I call the breeders and they STILL remember me (even if its been over 6 months) , answer all my questions. They will even do research and call me back and share that with me! The after care they have amazes me, they make you feel like you are family. I’m so grateful for them!


Nicholas Riell

We got our cavalier Dabney (Charlie) from Terry he was great told us a lot about breed and so helpful and friendly Puppy is doing well and we love him Thank you Terry


Laurie Lewis

We purchased Cinderella, now Lady 9 years ago. We were very impressed with the professionalism of this breeder. They truly love their dogs. Other than a few digestive symptoms solved by food change, she has done well.
Recently she has been diagnosed with a mild mitral valve problems and started on Pimobendan. We can look forward to many more years with her according to the Cardiologist. Best dog ever!


Rebecca Morrison

If I could give a negative number I would. My poor pup made it 7 and spent probably close to $100000 trying to figure out what was wrong with him. That poor dog was sick from his first birthday until he took his last breath at 7. This breeder is so irresponsible and should be shut down.


Chris Blevins

Our dog from them had severe SM, chiari malformation, luxating patella and hydrocephalus, pancreatitis and allergies. She had severe Sm from the moment we got her but we didn’t know what it was. She had brain surgery and a shunt at 9 months old and almost 10,000 in vet bills. These are genetic malformations and they continued to breed the parents of our puppy after we told them about her conditions.


Debra Andrews

READ THIS BEFORE BUYING A CAVALIER FROM WILLOW SPRINGS KENNEL. My cavalier, Trisha, born 12/19/09 died before the age of 8 with a severe case of SM, MVD (heart disease), and cancer. Her SM was diagnosed at 18 months. She had brain surgery before her 2nd birthday and was on 4 medications a day for that. She developed a heart murmur prior to 4 years of age and was on 2 medications per day for her heart. She couldn’t run, play, or be walked on leash by the time she was 3. She died of gastric cancer and internal bleeding on 11/11/17. It’s been devastating. If you do buy, make sure the mother and father are over the age of 5 and have been cleared of MVD (by a cardiologist) and SM (through MRI scan only). When younger dogs are bred, they may not be showing MVD or SM. By purchasing dogs at risk for these horrible diseases, you promote the suffering of poor, innocent dogs that typically lead very short lives.