We are a small kennel located in Rainier, WA and have been involved with Brittanys for over 25 years. We are committed to breeding the highest quality Brittanys that not only are happy, healthy family pets, but who will be able to excel in the field or show ring. Each breeding is carefully selected to produce puppies with sound conformation and excellent temperaments. Our breeding dogs are OFA tested for hips and elbows and eyes are cleared by CERF. Our dogs are AKC champions or have hunting titles or are currently working toward their titles. All puppies come with a health guarantee, puppy shots as needed, tails docked, and dewclaws removed.
There are more Dual (field and show) Champion Brittanys than all other Sporting breeds combined. The Brittany is carefully bred to retain this dual purpose: ideally, he should be able to hunt one day, have a bath and compete in the show ring the next day. Brittanys are known for having a keen nose and a very biddable disposition; they bond and work closely with their human partners. This allows the Brittany's success in field trials, hunting tests, conformation shows, obedience trials, agility trials, tracking tests, and just about anything else they are given a chance at. The Brittany is easily handled, but sensitive if treated harshly.
When not enjoying the sporting life, the Brittany can content himself at home as family pet and guardian. This is a fun-loving, energetic, friendly, gentle and affectionate breed, known to be patient and trustworthy with children. Intelligent and eager to please, with daily exercise the Brittany makes an excellent family pet and companion.
From one Brittany to another, this one whispers some advice to a competitor just before showing Saturday at the Seattle Kennel Club annual event. The show continues Sunday with more than 1,500 dogs of about 170 breeds, plus one 140-pound pig. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times)
Georgia (facing) makes the Seattle Times March 12, 2016.
Rosie - Sunset at Fort Lewis
Two sisters - Georgia on left, Katniss on right
from the 2014 Rosie/Colt litter.
Georgia (left) 4 point major and Best of Winners
Katness (right) Reserve Champion Jan 20, 2017 at Rose City Classic in Portland. The next day, Katniss took a 4 point major.
A beautiful day at Scattercreek getting Kimber ready for hunt tests. Here she is on whoa and holding it beautifully. So many wild flowers out. 5-17-17