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Brittany Dog: Temperament, Exercise, Health (Brittany Spaniel)
Group: The Brittany
Dog belongs to the group of Gun Dogs. It is classified
under AKC Sporting Dogs Group.
AKC Ranking: 31
Also Known As: American
Brittany, Brittany Spaniel and Epagneul Breton.
It is also often referred to as simply Brittany
(as in the US).
About Brittany Dog
Country of Origin, History of the breed
It is believed that the Brittany
Dogs had been developed in the Brittany province
of France in the 19th century. Probably a
crossing between the Orange and White Setter
and some other French Dog (not clearly identified)
had given rise to the breed. The dog was first
displayed in France in 1896. The official
recognition for the breed however did not
come before 1938. This implies that prior
to receiving a formal standard the breed had
been subjected to several fortune changes.
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Description of the Breed
The Brittany dog is a medium sized
dog having an athletic build- compact and solid
but not heavy. It has a fairly short and lightly
feathered single coat. The dog has long legs and
wears an expression of intelligence, vigor and alertness.
The dog is agile and active.
The dog has a rounded skull of
medium length. There is a straight or slightly ram
shaped muzzle. Depending on the coat color the eyes
of the dog are amber or hazel and the color of the
nose is more or less dark. The ears are high-set,
short and triangular in shape. They are slightly
fringed and hang close to the head. The tail is
naturally short. It is usually docked to less than
The Brittany Dogs come in five
colors- orange and white, liver and white, black
and white, liver tricolor and black and have tricolor
pattern with some ticking.
Dogs have heights ranging between
17'' and 21''
Bitches have heights ranging between 18'' and 20''
Dogs weigh 35-40 pounds
Bitches weigh 30-40 pounds.
Temperament of the Breed
The Brittany Dog is a loving and
gentle animal that stays eager to please its owner/master
always. It is intelligent and alert and obedient
too. It is a free thinker- having abilities to think
independently. The Dog is easy to train. It should
not be chastised severely during training for then
its spirit might break. The dog is excellent with
children and gets along well with other dogs. They
enjoy working as team members in a dogs’ team.
It is always advised to keep a pair of Brittany
Dogs, as these dogs simply love company.
The dog makes a very active and
enthusiastic hunter and a great hunting companion
for its outstanding instinct for retrieving from
water. However, it makes a poor protector dog because
of its outgoing nature.
With regards to Brittany Dogs it
must be remembered that unless the dogs get their
daily requirement of physical and mental exercise
they may turn destructive.
It is not recommended to keep the
dogs inside apartments. The dogs are very active
indoors and this may create difficulties. Arrangements
need to be made for housing the dog in a yard. The
Brittany Dog is resistant to cold and damp conditions
and can stay fine outdoors.
Brittany Dogs are very active by
nature and need to be provided with frequent exercising
opportunities. The dogs need plenty of room to run.
They may turn destructive if they do not get the
physical and mental exercise that they need daily.
They best serve as companion dogs to active outdoor
persons or hunters. A long, brisk daily walk or
jog is a must for the dogs.
The Brittany Dog is a light shedder
and simple regular brushing will help keep the medium-length,
flat coat in good condition. Bathing or dry shampooing
of the dog may be done when needed. In case of show
dogs skillful trimming (preferably by professionals)
need be done to secure the proper grooming. The
ears need to be carefully inspected for ticks, cuts
etc. especially when the dog comes back after being
out in some rough or bushy terrain.
This is generally a healthy breed.
However, the dogs may be prone to some genetic disorders
like hip dysplasia and seizures. The ears of the
dogs are also prone to infection.
The Brittany Dogs live for 10-15 years.
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