My husband was the first to become familiar with the Brittany. He owned several during the heydays (70's early 80's) of upland game bird hunting in western NY. His thoughts, "To hunt that era and reflect, it's sad so many will never experience that past." Yes, back then you could work a small field and have your bird limit. He hunted with many pointing breeds and flushing breeds but the Brittany was his favorite. He says one of his worst days is when he left for the service and turned his two Brittany's over to his hunting buddies. We are located within a family owned private 80 acre shooting preserve. Our Brittany's are well exercised, trained on a regular basis and are always in top condition. Brittany's can adapt to different living situations; the key is keeping them active and exercised. An active Brittany; is a happy Brittany the way we see it. Currently, we are focused with junior handling (with our boys) and field training our dogs during the season. **We are hobbyists and do not offer any dog activities or related services for hire.**
The Brittany is a great breed. They have the temperament and drive which really makes them the dual dog they are. I would point out though, they have a high energy activity level which may not suit everyone. Proper conditioning is a must for Brittany's that are truly going to be worked. Keeping sight of their primary purpose and function must remain the vision for the future "Fitness for purpose" is the motto.. Our efforts are solely for the preservation & betterment of the breed.