We are proud to announce that “Boomer of Kenya” earned a placement in a 14 dog Open Derby stake at the Idaho Brittany Club field trials in Southern Idaho this past weekend. Boomer is from a previous Kenya/Clown cross. He was bred at our kennel and trained last summer. The client wanted a month-long tune up before I ran him, but he had an upper respiratory infection so I only had six days to prepare him. He ran and hunted like a banshee and obviously impressed the judges. He placed 4th. In AKC field trials there are four placements and the rest are not announced. I wonder what he would have gotten had he not gotten sick. There is one more Boomer male pup available and is ready to go home as of today.
We are pleased to announce a projected litter of AKC Brittanys. This is a special breeding that we are very excited about. We had six breedings over a period of ten days and are confident Stella will throw a litter. This litter is perfectly timed with pups ready to go to homes right before Christmas and ready for next year’s bird season.
SIRE: FC 2X RU Staley’s Orange Outlaw Mr. Cooper – “Cooper”
Cooper is an AKC Field Champion and is still being campaigned on the AKC circuit and is picking up placements. The criteria for earning a Field Champion (FC) title are rigid and very difficult to attain. Not only does Cooper have a phenomenal pedigree, but he has proven himself as a world class birddog on the field trial circuit and hunting field. I chose Cooper as a stud for the following reasons:
-Tell leggy build for covering ground
-Desire to run and hunt with a bottomless tank
– Calm at home and in kennel
-Within breed standard for size
Cooper is a proven stud dog and has sired many great puppies.
Stella has had two litters and we have had some of our clients bring them back for training and have been impressed. We have two in our kennels now (one as a two-month trainer and the other for a bird season tune-up) and they are doing great. Stella’s exceptional trainability passes to her pups very nicely. She has a hard point, a nice medium range pattern and flat out finds birds. She is a sweetheart off the field and an all-business workaholic in the field. She is calm at home and in the kennel. She has proven herself hunting wild birds with four species of native grouse, Hungarian partridge, chukar, pheasant and quail all under her belt. She has also proven herself in front of AKC judges by going four out of four for her hunt title with high scores and a total of eight finds all of which she held through the shot.
Both parents are proven on the field and have produced exceptional puppies. The sire is OFA Excellent and the dam is OFA Good for hip dysplasia. Field Champion sired pups are not easy to find. FC sired pups bred to AKC titled dams are even more difficult to find. Let us know if you would like to talk more about this litter or place a deposit. Call or text Nick at 314-954-5424 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. A $200 deposit holds a pick.
Our puppies are doing well. Sissy’s are two weeks and Bailey’s are almost 2 weeks. Their eyes opened in the past few days and they are a cute bunch. We breed for hunting/companion dogs but, if I do say so myself, these are some beautiful pups with beautiful markings. I will try to get some better pictures up soon.
We are serious about our breeding and the health of the dams and puppies. In our last six successful breedings over the past few years, we have lost only one puppy and it was due to a C-section. It was not preventable. We take our dams and pups to the vet to get checked and have certified veterinarians dock tails and remove dew claws. We do this because it is what is best and safest for the pups.
If you are interested in securing a spot of a remaining male, or would like to talk Brittanys, contact Nick at 314-954-5424 or email@example.com. We are offering backyard breeder prices on these males but you are getting quality, well taken care of puppies from proven parents. If you would like references from past puppy clients please ask.
We are excited to announce two American Brittany litters. PUPPIES WILL BE READY FOR HOMES IN EARLY OCTOBER
BAILEY/BOOMER – Boomer is a son from my Kenya/Clown cross that I trained and finished in summer of 2014. He was, without a doubt, THE most trainable dog I have ever worked with. He points hard and retrieves well. Bailey, the dam, is one of the nicest dogs to be around. My family is in love with her calm demeanor. She is chilled when not hunting and very gentle. In the field, she hunts hard, finds her birds, and points them with a lot of intensity. Both dogs have quality pedigrees which include multiple FC and DC titles. Bailey had her puppies on 8-13-15. Below are pictures of Boomer and Bailey. ONE MALE AVAILABLE. Significantly reduced price.
SISSY/DUKE – Duke is a son out of one of my Kenya/Clown litters and I had the privilege of training him last summer. He is very much like his mother, Kenya. He covers ground fast, points hard and intense and is a pleasure to be around. Sissy is a hard hunting female and has a nice build. She is everybody’s friend. We are excited about these pups. Both dogs have quality pedigrees. Sissy had her puppies on 8-10-15. Below are pictures of Duke and Sissy. SOLD OUT.
Both Duke and Boomer were purchased from one of our previous litters and sent back to us for training. I begged the owners not to cut the dogs because I was so impressed with them. I searched long and hard for females of other lines to breed to them and knew very soon after running Bailey and Sissy the first time that I had a great pair. We do not breed all our dogs…only the best and the ones that will truly better the breed. To inquire about either of these litters, or to send a deposit, call, text or email Nick at 314-954-5424 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are accepting deposits and have several already down. $150 holds a pick and generally our litters are mostly sold before they hit the ground. Puppies will be in Pocatello, Idaho. We currently have pups from this litter headed to Canada and five states. ONE MALE AVAILABLE.
Past clients may be wondering where all of our old pictures and articles are. We are currently in the process of changing hosting companies. We have nine years worth of great articles on training, puppies, hunting and many other gun dog related topics. We were assured that the information will be uploaded when our website developer is able. Stay tuned!