Brittany Dog Breed Information, Pictures, Characteristics & Facts
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Brittany Dog

Brittany Dog is highly attentive and smart dog breed primary bred for hunting birds and commonly known as “Brittany Spaniels” in several countries. These impressive and energetic dogs require 30 to 40 minutes of daily exercise to keep them mentally fresh and fit.

Life Span 14 – 15 years
Color Roan, Piebald, Tri-color, Black & White, Liver & White, Orange & White
Temperament Agile, Quick, Adaptable, Intelligent, Happy, Attentive
Height Male: 47–52 cm Female: 46–51 cm
Weight Male: 14–18 kg Female: 14–18 kg
Origin Brittany, France
Group Sporting Group

Brittany Dog

Brittany Spaniel Puppy can easily found in 6 colors Roan, Piebald, Tri-color, Black & White, Liver & White, Orange & White. Brittany Dog is an extraordinary dog breed in many ways. The attractive and bold frame of this dog makes him excellent and hunting dog which can easily travel with you in a car for hunting games.

About Brittany Spaniel Puppies

The average size of Brittany Spaniel is 46 to 51 cm in height and weigh up to 14 to 18 kg. This impressive dog breed is not made for everyone as they have a high level of enthusiasm of doing things in their manner and merely enjoying the life as they want whether playing with kids or seeking out birds.

Brittany Dog Breed Characteristics

Adapts well to Apartment Living
Sensitivity Level
Tolerates being Alone
Kids Friendly
Dog Friendly
Friendly toward Strangers
Easy to Train
Intelligence Level
Easy To Groom
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
Exercise Needs

Note: If you are not very energetic or have no time to play with him, then this vibrant Brittany Dog is not for you. Brittany Spaniels are family oriented and cannot tolerate being left alone at home for a more extended period without something to keep them busy.

Although they are very friendly in nature and love to play with your little kid, it is highly advisable that your little kid must be performed with your Brittany under your supervision as this energetic dog may unintentionally injure your child.

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