It is with excitement that we announce a possible upcoming litter of AKC American Brittanys. After an extensive search of stud dogs, I chose a sire from the legendary trainer and field trialer, Dave Walker. His go-to hunting dog stud, The Clown, was bred to my three-year-old Brittany, Kenya Karamojo Bell JH, on the first and third of December. We tried this same cross nine months ago, but were unable to get a lock. This time, we are very hopeful.
I bred for hunting/companion dogs primarily, but they definitely have the blood to be field trial contenders. Kenya has proved herself in the hunting field, and in AKC hunt tests. She went four for four passes on her JH title in March 2011 and was the only one of twelve dogs to so that weekend. The judges were impressed with her ability to work the field and find birds. She is not a big-running-find-her-in-the-next-county dog, but she covers ground quickly and thoroughly. I also bred for trainability, because as a dog trainer, this is very important to me. She was fully broke, steady-to-shot at eight months. Over 100 wild birds were shot over her during her rookie season. She is an extremely efficient dog and can hunt hard all day, day after day, and has hearty feet. She is a bird finding machine with an intense point. She has a friendly disposition and is everybody’s friend. Kenya comes out of the famous NSTRA dog, Nolan’s Last Bullet and also NFC DC AFC Tequila’s Joker.
The sire, The Clown, has many of the traits Kenya has. He is a friendly dog and a hunting machine. I knew I couldn’t go wrong with Dave Walker’s top hunting stud. The Clown is a son of FC AFC Chubasco II. His pedigree is full of AKC Field Champions and Dual Champions including NFC Beans Blaze.
Both of the dogs are certified OFA GOOD for hip dysplasia.
Deposits are being taken for puppies to be born the first of February and ready to go toward the end of March. It takes a lot of time and effort to produce a dam and find a sire that will truly better the breed. It is important to me that they go to good homes where they will be taken care of and appreciated. If you would like to talk Brittanys, contact Nick at 314-954-5424. We will let you know any news on Kenya’s hopeful pregnancy.