Brittany Breeders Keene NH

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Court Street Veterinary Hosp
(603) 357-2455
686 Court St
Keene, NH

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Monadnock Equine Veterinary
(603) 876-4820
464 Old Chesham Rd
Marlborough, NH

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Walpole Veterinary Hospital
(603) 756-4731
Rte 12 S
Walpole, NH

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Peterborough Veterinary Clinic
(603) 924-9615
205 Concord St
Peterborough, NH

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Tenney Fritz & Combs Animal
(603) 924-3881
187 Union St
Peterborough, NH

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Cheshire Animal Hospital
(603) 352-8585
505 Winchester St
Keene, NH

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Keep'em Healthy Veterinary
(603) 242-6007
120 N Main St
Troy, NH

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Jaffrey-Rindge Veterinary Clnc
(603) 532-7114
109 River St
Jaffrey, NH

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Animal Care Clinic Pllc
(603) 924-9033
129 Concord St
Peterborough, NH

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Podengos da Floresta Kennel
138 Perry Rd
Strafford, NH
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Portuguese Podengo Pequeno

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Brittany - Guide to Brittanys - Kennel.com

Brittany Description: The Brittany, also known as the Epagneul Breton and formerly as the Brittany Spaniel, is mainly a pointing dog. It most likely originated from a cross between the English Setter and the French land spaniels; the name comes from its area of development, Brittany, France. During the middle of the 19th Century, Breton peasants wanted a dog with pointing and retrieving abilities that worked capably in both open country and in dense brush. The Brittany had all of these abilities and was a popular hunting dog throughout the province. The breed was first exhibited in Paris in 1900, and within the next 30 years, was officially recognized in North America as demand and interest in the Brittany steadily increased. Families of all kinds will enjoy the busy Brittany and should provide him with exercise every day.

Height: The height for a Brittany is 17 - 21" (43.2 - 53.3cm)

Weight: The weight for a Brittany is 30 - 40 lbs (13.4 - 17.9 kg)

Coat Type: The Brittany's coat is dense, like that of many other sporting breeds, to protect against weather and the hunting environment. The hair lies flat and may be straight or slightly wavy, but not curly. Acceptable colors include orange and white, liver and white, and black and white. Grooming is a regular, but easy task with the Brittany breed.

Temperament: Brittanys are lively and energetic dogs, making great companions in the home, and super sporting dogs in the field.

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