UPCOMING LITTER - DUE APRIL 13th, 2020
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upcoming litter is between two great producers, Pearl and Riker. Pearl
has had two previous litters and Riker has had three. Those litters
produced some truly great field champions, dual champion, and some
fantastic family members. We get photos from people all of the time
with Riker pups and Pearl pups. Their match is what we consider a
perfect combination of pedigrees:
Waypoint Chancy Diamond Riker is from a breeding between 5XCH, FC
CHANCEY JACKPOT LOTTO (CHANCE) and DAN'S QUEEN OF DIAMONDS, combining
two of the greatest Brittany Field Trial dogs of our time, Chance and
Diamond Hill Dan - each with pedigrees deep in Champions and Hall of Fame dogs.
Point's Waypoint Serendipity is from a breeding between Shelttany's
Millennium Thunder, from a long line of Millette show champions, and
Thunder Point's Absolute Dream, who's pedigree goes back to some of the
great field and dual champions like Chick's Blaze'n Sawtooth Sam, NFC
FC Beans Blaze, DC Scipio's Little Chick, NFC FC AFC Hi Proof Rum
Runner, and the Ban-dee line.
BIG WHITE wins American Brittany New England Shooting Dog Championship then follows up with a win of the
The Continential Shooting Dog Championship
From the ABC Magazine:
Open Shooting Dog Championship ran 23 dogs on October Waypoint's Chancy
Big White Cooper was named the 2018 New ABC Brittany Open Shooting Dog
Champion owned by Joyce Roberts abd Vic Williams and handled by Kyle Merrill.
The Champion, aptly named BIG WHITE, and handler Merrill arrived in the last
brace, Some dogs need a bracemate but Big White did not. He covered the
country intelligently and purposefully, scoring three well—spaced
finds, each with manners befitting his placement. Though the paths had
been furrowed by many before him, two of his finds were in locations in
which no other dog had scored. In the last, the cover was so
impenetrable, bird flushing seemed unlikely, yet the handler was
unpredictably successful in making the bird fly. Big White concluded
his hour gamely seeking distant objectives, but attentive to his
SOUTHEASTERN CONTINENTAL BREED SHOOTING DOG CHAMPIONSHIP
held at Waynesboro, Georgia
Our Last Litter Born on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019!ALL PUPPIES HAVE BEEN PLACED
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WEEK 4 WEEK 3 WEEK 2WEEK 1Dad and Mom
is a repeat breeding from last year. This pairing produced one of the
best litters we have ever had. Of the 6 pups, 3 have gone to
competition homes and already have field placements, including a
stunning 1st place in the 2018 Georgia Brittany Club December trial.
Three went to family pet homes and they are all very happy.
The pedigree brings together some of the greatest lines of show and field brittanys. WANT MORE INFORMATION?
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More about us....
- We breed when we
are ready and the
dogs are ready. We breed for ourselves when we see an opportunity for
an exceptional combination of genetics. We breed for the whole dog:
Sound Mental Health
|Good Health and Long
Natural Ability and Drive
- We are not
professional trainers. We train our own Brits and work with
professional trainers. Training starts early - when the puppies can
first be molded.
From birth they are handled and socialized. We
provide gradual challenges for their mind and body - challenges that
they can achieve and develop confidence. They are introduced to
nature, wildlife and varied environments so that they are comfortable
in all surroundings and situations.
When they are ready we start
them on discovering birds and the joy of finding wild birds. When
the dog is ready for becoming steady to wing and shot we work with
several professional trainers - See our LINKS
page for information on some of the trainers that we work with.
Training is an ongoing relationship and is never finished - for both us
and our dogs.
live with us. They come in our house, go to work with
us, and go on vacations. We hear over and over, "Wow, that is a
good dog you have there!". Nothing can make us feel more proud of
our pack. And we hear from people who have bought puppies in the
wanted to say Brewster is doing great. He is very eager to go outside
and very eager to learn, he is playing well with our boxer and has even
approached our rabbit run and pointed, very cool. It is obvious that
y'all pay very close attention to detail when you are breeding, he is
one of the best behaved puppies I have ever had. Thanks again.
I had brought home a hundred puppies I don't think I could have found a
better one to work with. She is exactly what I was looking
for. She is always fired up and ready to go, she catches on
quickly and really tries to do what you want. All of this go-go-go
comes in a dog that is very sweet and really wants to be with me.
To top it all off, she's a roan. What more could you ask for!
- Lou Ann
had always wanted a Brittany since I first was introduced to the breed,
but Gus has far exceeded any expectations I had about the breed. I can
only see a better and delightful future with our Gus.. part of that for
sure is your fine breeding and giving Gus and his siblings a very good
start in raising them those first crucial months. I thank you for being
so kind and well with him. We will be back onto the road for Scott to
return to work and we have bought a new, bigger camper to travel with.
We already had a practice sleep over in the yard in it, to see how Gus
would do, and he was just fine! He runs in and out of it like as if he
has been doing it all his life! Silly puppy, we love him dearly.
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other activities that we do with our dogs:
- Fall and Spring
we go to field
trials and enter our dogs and pups into amateur and open stakes. Don't
know about field trials? Visit this Georgia Brittany Club website link
for a description.
- While we have not
really gotten into
the Senior and Master Hunter levels of this AKC sport, we do take our
young dogs to Hunt Tests to give them exposure to bird hunting and
- We occasionally
enter our dogs
into shows but have not immersed ourselves into this venue. However our
dogs' pedigrees have many champions in the lineage and we are planning
on campaigning at least one of our young dogs now.
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