We are a small kennel located in Rainier, WA and have been involved with Brittanys for over 27 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, have hunting titles, or are currently working toward their titles. All puppies come with limited AKC registration, a health guarantee, tails docked, and dewclaws removed. Prior to going to their new homes they will have a veterinary health exam and receive their first puppy shot.
The following is taken from the American Brittany Club website:
Brittanys are unique sporting dogs: Smaller than setters but leggier than spaniels, they stand about 20 inches at the shoulder. Known for their beautiful, boldly patterned coat, Brittanys come in combinations of white and vivid orange and liver (reddish-brown). They’re rugged and strong—the word “muscular” occurs more than once in the breed standard—but smooth, clean, and quick afoot. The face has the “softness” prized by bird-dog lovers; high-set ears convey the breed’s essential eagerness.
Personality: Bright, upbeat, fun-loving at home; a tireless, enthusiastic worker afield
Energy Level: Very Active; Energetic and alert, Brittanys need plenty of exercise—preferably along their favorite human
Good with Children: Better with Supervision
Good with other Dogs: With Supervision
Trainability: Eager To Please
Height: 17.5-20.5 inches
Weight: 30-40 pounds
Life Expectancy: 12-14 years
Barking Level: Barks When Necessary
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
Shadywood Rising Star aka Halley
Halley went 1st in the Bred By Exhibitor class at the Albany, OR show, then took Reserve Winner's
Bitch at 7 months old. Feb 2019
But she is not just a pretty girl - she is incredible at bird work.
Puppies arrived 2/26/19
3 boys are available - see the puppy page for more information.
Email Shadywood2001@hotmail.com for an application. Puppies are $1250