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We are pleased to bring you this great selection of Brittany Spaniel dog breed  posters, photos, and fine art prints. Please enjoy browsing these cool posters of dogs.

Brittany Portrait

Brittany Portrait
Judy Gibson
Art Print
12 x 15 in
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Brittany Spaniels Flush Three Birds from Cover in a Meadow

Brittany Spaniels Flush Three Birds from Cover in a Meadow
Walter Weber
Photographic Print
16 x 12 in
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Portrait of a Brittany Spaniel Puppy Lying Among Fallen Autumn Leaves

Portrait of a Brittany Spaniel Puppy Lying Among Fallen Autumn Leaves
Paul Damien
Photographic Print
12 x 16 in
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Brittany

Brittany
Rial
Art Print
13 x 19 in
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Danchin Brittany Spaniel

Danchin Brittany Spaniel
Danchin
Art Print
10 x 13 in
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Brittany Spaniel Variety of Domestic Dog, 7 Week-Old Puppy

Brittany Spaniel Variety of Domestic Dog, 7 Week-Old Puppy
Cheryl Ertelt
Photographic Print
24 x 18 in
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Brittany spaniel and Australian shepherd puppies

Brittany spaniel and Australian shepherd puppies
Michael Kloth
Photographic Print
16 x 16 in
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Brittany spaniel puppy

Brittany spaniel puppy
Michael Kloth
Photographic Print
16 x 16 in
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Danchin Brittany Spaniel

Danchin Brittany Spaniel
Danchin
Art Print
13 x 16 in
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Brittany Spaniel, Domestic Gundog, USA

Brittany Spaniel, Domestic Gundog, USA
Lynn M. Stone
Premium Poster
16 x 12 in
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Danchin Brittany Spaniel

Danchin Brittany Spaniel
Danchin
Giclee Print
18 x 24 in
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Brittany Spaniels

Brittany Spaniels
George Wiliam Horlor
Giclee Print
24 x 18 in
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Brittany Standing in a Yard

Brittany Standing in a Yard
Cheryl Ertelt
Photographic Print
24 x 18 in
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Brittany Spaniels Waiting Patiently

Brittany Spaniels Waiting Patiently
Kevin Muggleton
Photographic Print
16 x 16 in
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Portrait of a Brittany Spaniel Puppy

Portrait of a Brittany Spaniel Puppy
Paul Damien
Photographic Print
16 x 12 in
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Portrait of a Brittany Spaniel

Portrait of a Brittany Spaniel
Paul Damien
Photographic Print
12 x 16 in
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Brittany Spaniel, Domestic Gundog, USA

Brittany Spaniel, Domestic Gundog, USA
Lynn M. Stone
Premium Poster
16 x 12 in
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Brittany Portrait

Brittany Portrait
Judy Gibson
Framed Art Print
18 x 22 in
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 The Brittany Spaniel: An Extraordinary Bird Dog
By Michael Russell
The Brittany Spaniel originally was found in Breton. In a painting by Oudry in the early 1700s there is a portrait of a tail-less spaniel about the size and color of the Brittany that is pointing a partridge. The breed became popular with local poachers in the 1800s because of its agility and small size and its extraordinary ability to point and flush the birds, combined with a desire to retrieve and a willingness to work.

Brittany Spaniel - Dog Breed Info
By Jim Hodges
The Brittany Spaniel, a member of the Sporting Dog Group is a fantastic all around dog. Known as a hunter. They also have a great disposition and very friendly. Could a Brittany Spaniel be the right dog breed for you? Choosing the right breed dog is very important for you and for the dog. Here are the dog breed standards and other important information you should read prior to buying a new dog or puppy for your home.

Brittany Puppy And Dog Information
By Mitch Endick
The Brittany Spaniel is basically a bird dog. She can make a good family pet and watch dog. She likes children and does well with other pets. She prefers to have plenty of space to exercise. She may be a poor choice for an apartment. A properly fenced in enclosure for exercise would be ideal. She needs weekly brushing and monthly bathing. Her breed is considered to be generally healthy.

Brittany Spaniel Facts
The Brittany is a breed of gun dog primarily bred for bird hunting. Although the Brittany is often referred to as a spaniel, the breed's working characteristics are more akin to a pointer or setter. Brittanys were developed in the Brittany province of France in the 1800s.

Description

Appearance

A Brittany is typically quite athletic, compact, and solidly built without being heavy. Other characteristics include long legs, and their expressions are usually of intelligence, vigour, and alertness. Their gait is elastic, long, and free.

Some Brittanys are born with naturally short tails and others with long tails. If born with a long tail it is normally docked to a length of 3 to 10 centimetres (1 to 4 inches). In countries where docking is illegal long-tailed Brittanys should carry their tails level with the back or slightly lower.

Size

Brittanys are almost always between 44-52 cm (17.5-20.5 in) tall at the withers, with the UKC and AKC preferring smaller dogs. They weigh 13.5-18 kg (25-30 lb). The dog is squareish when viewed from the side, with shoulder height equaling body length (from withers to base of tail). Show dogs have their tails docked in some countries. The tails of working or companion dogs are rarely left long.

 Types

Many breeders differentiate between "American" Brittanys and "French" style Brittanys. Although generally recognized as sub-sets of the same breed, there are recognizable differences between the two. The American Brittany is taller and faster. It has been bred to cover more ground in order to hunt wide open spaces common in the United States. The French Brittany appears more "spaniel-like" in that it is smaller and the French Brittany generally works more closely to the guns. However, many breeders consider these "differences" to be unsound generalizations and that North-American standards should be updated to reflect the breed's standard in its country of origin, i.e. France, where black has become an acceptable coat color since 1956 while it is still considered a fault in North-America. Originally known as the Brittany Spaniel, the word "spaniel" was dropped in the USA some years ago, as fanciers thought the Brittany was "the only pointing spaniel" and therefore they wanted to avoid confusion with English spaniels (Cockers, Springers, etc.), which are flushing and not pointing dogs. But this was probably in total ignorance of the existence of many other pointing spaniels well known in Europe (French Spaniel, Épagneul Picard, Munsterlander, etc.).

Temperament

The breed is noted for being easy to train, sensitive, and sweet-natured. Many enthusiasts agree that it takes little more than a stern look or cross word to chastise a Brittany. As a consequence, care must be taken during training so as not to break the dog’s spirit. Brittanys are excellent with children but they are an exuberant breed and if not well supervised may accidentally harm a small child. Many of these loveable dogs will, if allowed, even climb upon your lap and rest their head on your shoulder. Brittanys get along well with other dogs and enjoy working with other dogs as a team. Many Brittany enthusiasts encourage new Brittany owners to be a two dog family. The dogs are active and require frequent exercise and room to run. As pets Brittanys are first-rate companion dogs but they do need plenty of exercise. Their outgoing nature makes them poor candidates for protectors.

The Brittany makes a good house pet as long as it receives daily mental and physical exercise. If not given sufficient exercise, it can become destructive.

Health

Brittanies are generally healthy dogs, though some genetic disorders are prevalent. They can be prone to canine hip dysplasia and epilepsy. Their ears can be prone to infections. They usually live 14-15 years.


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