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I have a grandson that wants a registered Brittany Puppy. If anyone has information please PM me.
He wants a Female. Thanks in advance.
This post was edited by Sprag 17 months ago
You might try searching for breeders on the internet. I have done that once for a dog and another time for a cat and was successful both times. BTW, when you do your search, the breed is spelled Brittany Spaniel.
"Auburn. I think of purity for some reason." - Lewis Grizzard
My girlfriend and I decided to buy one in December 2011. Without a doubt the most energetic dog I've ever seen. Be sure to have an outside fence to let her run around in to burn off energy daily. My girlfriend thought it would be a good idea to make her a house dog, and we have paid more money in phone chargers, remote controls, and toilet paper than we paid for the dog, which was $300. Ours chews non stop and refused to learn how to use the bathroom outside...not trying to turn you off from a Brittany, just giving you a heads up. They are very smart and sweet dogs, but they require a ton of work.
Thanks TigerLily, I'm an old man. I have looked on the net but have had no luck.
Let me put in a good word for shelter dogs. I have a shelter mutt I adopted in 2011 and he is amazing. I've owned purebred dogs before, and they cannot compare to this sweet "Heinz 57 variety mutt" as my AU-educated vet calls him. Sweet, smart and healthy. Best dog EVER. Please look at the many, many homeless dogs available and consider adopting. Most purebred dogs have serious health issues and some bad breeding in their history.
I strongly disagree with the statement that most purebred dogs have genetic issues. Some breeds are more prone to certain ailments then other varieties but any issues are abnormalities. Hi rates of genetic issues are the fault of puppy mills and breeders who don't know what in the hell they are doing. Mutts are simply a mix of two dogs regardless of heritage and as such can have the same ailments.
I own both. A mutt and a Brittany. I love them both and used to think as you, that mutts made the best dogs. While I love all dogs, pure breds are purpose built and you know exactly what you are getting. A lot can be said for that.
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