My First Brittany

 

I got into brittanys in 1963 while in high school.   At the time I was looking for a field English Cocker to hunt pheasant, woodcock, and ruffed grouse.   I wasn't able to find one, so I began to look through different dog books.   I liked what I read about Brittany Spaniels, so I started looking around for a puppy.   A member of the Baptist Church I attended had a litter. I purchased a male puppy for $25 from him.   I called him Buddy of Golden Fields.   He wasn't a hard running dog, but was an excellent bird dog.   He had the ability to find and work birds where other dogs couldn't.   When Bud was less than 2 years, I was drafted into the army and I sold him to a friend.

After Bud came pups from dogs such as: NFC, DC & AFC Ban-Dee, DC & AFC Killie, NFC Goldtone's Duke, DC Le Pradalan, NAFC & DC Tigar's Jocko, DC Lund's Trooper, NAFC & DC Hi-Spirit Buck, DC Timber's Marquis de Colorado, NFC, AFC & DC Cinnabar's Amy Roc de Edwards, FC Buddy Boy, FC Linvel's Blazin Jake, NFC Bean's Blaze, FC, AFC RJ Microtuck, DC Duncan's Place Your Bet, NFC/AFC Lobo's Klickitat County Line, FC/AFC Rj's Micro Tuck, FC Hit's For Pete's Sake

Past Brittanys
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