We got our first French Brittany about twelve years ago and the number has grown a lot since then. We specialize in breeding and selling top quality French Brittany Spaniels( Epagneul Breton). We sometimes have started dogs for sale. We provide stud services and training. All of our breeders are hip certified "Good." We have some great stud dogs, with great temperaments and conformation, and natural hunt ability. All of our pups are from our own hunting stock.Yes, we hunt our own dogs. We have UKC/AKC dogs .We are also a proud member of the International French Brittany Club Of America. All of our dogs make great family pets and hunting companions which last a life time.. French Brittanys are close working bird dogs. They hunt for you; you don't hunt for them.They are very intelligent, calm, yet energetic. They work hard in the field..but know how to down shift when they come inside. They are super sweet and will steal your heart. They are a joy to live with..love children, other pets, and people of all ages. We love our dogs and we love what we do. Please read our testimonials.This is definitely the breed of choice for us.
We don't worry about the number of champions in a pedigree.. It's all about the action in the field and the love and passion in their eyes.
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History of the Epagneul Breton in America In America as in other parts of the world, the Epagneul Breton is now recognized and accepted as a separate and distinct breed from its distant cousin, the American Brittany. Since the two breeds share common French ancestry, it is impossible to provide an accurate history of the Epagneul Breton in the United States, without distinguishing the breed from what has become the Americanized version, now customarily referenced as the American Brittany. However, it should be observed at the outset that the Epagneul Breton is quite different in appearance from the American Brittany. There are also notable differences in the manner in which the two breeds are bred to typically perform in the field. The typical contrast in the two breeds is usually demonstrated in the size and the physical structure of various body components, such as the head, as well as overall general body appearance. The head of the classic Epagneul Breton is different in structure than the classic American Brittany head, with the Epagneul Breton possessing a more prominent slope in the forehead and a shorter muzzle and nose. These body components give the Epagneul Breton dog a distinctly different look or expression than an American Brittany dog, whose bone structure and shape of the head are decidedly different. American Brittany dogs are often lankier in appearance, by virtue of being somewhat longer in body from head to rear. In contrast, the classic Epagneul Breton is "cobby" with its height to the withers equal to its body length. This square or cobby look gives the Epagneul Breton the appearance of a dog which is more compact, and more muscular in appearance. In contrast to the American Brittany, the Epagneul Breton's desirable maximum height is 20.1 inches at the withers and a Breton rarely weighs over forty pounds (40 lbs.). Many American Brittany dogs are considerably larger than even their official conformation standard provides, while it is very rare to see an Epagneul Breton which is outside the size limit specified in the official breed conformation standard.
We have a couple of openings for deposits for our fall litter born Nov. 12th. Please email or call for further details.
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This site was updated on Nov. 16, 2016
Chippewa Farms French Brittany's
Jewel and Louie
Pups born Nov. 12th
Just in time for Christmas