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The Brittany is a hearty hunting dog skilled in pointing and retrieving game. Strong, quick, agile and alert, the Brittany is good-natured and friendly, making him a loving companion. The breed has a dense, feathered coat that protects him in the field and requires regular grooming. This energetic breed needs vigorous daily exercise and thrives with an active outdoor family.
Living Considerations
  • Good with children
  • Not hypoallergenic
  • Not suitable for apartment living
Did you know?
The Brittany originated in the French province of Brittany, where the breed was first shown in 1896. Paintings by Jean-Baptiste Oudry from the early 1700s show a liver-and-white dog believed to be a Brittany pointing partridge.
Also Known As:
Brittany Spaniel
Brittany Wiegref
Epagneul Breton
  • Size Medium
  • Height 44.5 to 52 centimetres at the shoulder
  • Weight 13.5 to 18 kilograms
  • Coat Feathered flat or wavy
  • Energy High
  • Colour Orange and white or liver and white in clear or roan patterns
  • Activities Hunting, Field Trials, Obedience, Conformation
  • Indoor/Outdoor Both