The Brittany is a hearty, medium-sized vigorous breed with a fairly short, lightly feathered, single coat. The breed is intelligent, and easy to handle and train for hunting. Brittany's can become timid if treated roughly, and need to be socialized extensively as a puppy. They are resistant to cold water, damp conditions, and adapt to all types of terrain. The Brittany is a loving and gentle animal; obedient, eager to please, and wonderful with children.
The English Pointer, sometimes referred to simply as "The Pointer" is powerful yet graceful and aristocratic. The Pointer has an alert expression with the nose set higher than the rest of the muzzle. A well defined, muscular, athletic body that is full of energy.
Hunting instincts develop early and puppies often display pointing behaviour as early as eight weeks old. The Pointer is affectionate and intelligent and very patient with children.
The English Setter is a beautiful setter with a unique speckeled coat. They are a mild mannered and sensitive breed. English Setters are enthusiastic hunters, but they are somewhat willful and should start training early to prevent the development of bad habits. The breed loves affection and is excellent with children.
The French Brittany is an excellent close working pointer with a willingness to learn. With a gentle disposition they are very tolerant of and patient with children. French Brittanys make excellent pets and really thrive when they are accepted as part of the family.
A true hunter, the French Brittany is capable of running hard for a full day through whatever type of cover one wishes to hunt.
Llewellins are a highly intelligent breed with strong natural abilities, and a desire to please. They have a companionable disposition and a willingness to work for the gun. Their disposition contributes to the breeds easy handling... you can make a pet of these dogs and they'll still be excellent performers in the field. All puppies are out of DNA tested Sires and Dames, American Field Stud Book Registration.