meet theBrittany


Training &Temperament

Due to the breed’s intelligence, basic obedience training is recommended. The Brittany is strong, quick and agile, requiring exercise and activity to occupy his body and mind. He is a happy and alert dog who possesses willing attitude. Some of the best activities for Brittany’s include pointing breed field trials, hunting tests, dog shows, obedience, agility, flyball, lure coursing, and tracking.

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Did You Know?

The Brittany was named for the French Province in which it originated.

From 1934-1982, the Brittany was registered by AKC as Spaniel, Brittany.

September 1, 1982 its official name was changed to Brittany.

The Brittany enjoyed a steady gain in popularity in US due to its merits as a shooting dog; many Brittany breeders still strive for the "dual" Brittany (i.e., good in the field and the ring).

First Brittany standard outlined in 1907; introduced to the US in 1931.

The first accurate records to pinpoint the actual Brittany-type dog are the paintings and tapestries of the 17th century.

colors & Markings

Below is a list of the colors and markings available for this breed. Please refer to the breed standard for descriptions and the difference in types.


Description Desc. Standard Colors Std. Colors Registration Code Reg. Code
Liver & White 125
Liver Roan 126
Liver White & Orange 222
Orange & White 134
Orange Roan 136
White & Liver 212
White & Orange 213
Black & White 019
Black White & Orange 314
Blue Roan 053
White Black & Orange 315


Description Desc. Standard Markings Std. Markings Registration Code Reg. Code
Roan 036
Spotted 021
Ticked 013