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Exciting New Chapter for British-Bred Kennel
Monkspath Kennels. Source: thefinalwhistle.uk

Exciting New Chapter for British-Bred Kennel

David Titterton is brimming with anticipation as he navigates a new chapter for his British-bred operation at the Monkspath Kennels.

For several years, Titterton, alongside Arran Dunn, has been actively involved in rearing litters for various owners and syndicates near Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. However, Dunn has recently opted to shift his focus to his role as an assistant trainer to Monmore Green’s Richie Taberner, prompting Titterton to take the reins of the breeding venture alongside business partner Chris Ball.

Reflecting on the transition, Titterton remarked, “The passion has been within me for some time, and I’m grateful I was introduced to Arran. We’ve developed this and developed it well for the last three years, had great success so far. My passion drives on."

With a background in horses, Titterton is committed to offering an enriching journey for owners and syndicates looking to have racing greyhounds at Monmore or Perry Barr, among other venues. Notable success stories from their operation include Oxford’s top-grade and Open-class dog Zenga and British Bred Oaks finalist Flyhigh Artist.

Titterton emphasized their philosophy, stating, “We’ve always wanted to differentiate ourselves from others who are doing rearing and breeding. Our whole philosophy is to give the people who have a puppy with us a journey."

He continued, “We want to give them a complete journey and are open for them to be involved as much as they possibly can. My whole idea is to produce as many British-bred litters as we can."

With Monkspath Kennels boasting extensive facilities, including various paddocks and kennels, Titterton is now looking to expand his team. “We want people part-time or full-time to get in touch if they have a passion for dogs – they don’t need to have experience," he stated, outlining plans to recruit five or six staff members.

As the kennel enters this exciting new phase, Titterton remains focused on providing the best possible environment for nurturing future racing stars and offering an unparalleled experience for owners and syndicates.

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