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Kellers French Brittanys - Arizona Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel Breeders
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About Kellers French Brittanys
This is my 2 and a half year old stud Ely "call name Levi" locked solid on a pheasant. He is OFFA certifid good on hips and elbows. Both of Levi's parents are direct imports from France. Levi is a proven stud and available for stud service.
Kellers French Brittanys is a small kennel that hunt our dogs Epagneul Bretons on gamble quail, mearns quail, scaley quail and pheasant in Arizona.
All of our dogs come from championship bloodlines, and are proven producers of excellant hunting and companion dogs.
Our dogs are socialized from birth until they arrive to there new family, and make awesome companions and awesome close hunting pointing dogs.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel
Breeder Contact Info
PMB 179 - 8711 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 6 years.
602-818-6600Send Email to Kellers French Brittanys
Puppies for sale
We have PuppiesIke, 14 week old Blk/Wht MaleCoach, 14 week old Tri maleRosie, started femaleHenna, Started femaleEppe Pups at 6 weeks3 Started 4.5 month old males
DORA AP WELSH RUN
ELY DU TALON DE GOUDRON
EPPE DE PAYS DU SOLEIL
FAITHE DE SAINTE KELLER
FANCI DE SAINTE KELLER
KELLERS DAFFODIL DE RCK
KELLERS QUAIL RIDGE BELLA
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Submitted by: Dave B on Feb 02, 2013Hey Matt, just wanted to give you an update on Cinder (aka Heidi). She is 9 months old now and has been a joy for the family. Her bird drive is incredible and I'm always amazed at the energy she has. She never quits going! She is very smart and catches on quickly. She has also been great with all the small kids in the house. Although we didn't buy her with looks as the first priority, we are always told what a beautiful dog she is. Doing business with Matt was a pleasure. Thanks for the great dog!
Submitted by: Eric Larson on Jan 02, 2013Matt: Where do I begin? Henry (out of Faithe de Sainte Keller) is now 10 months old and doing awesome! As you know, we picked him up at 49 days and he has been exactly as you predicted. He adapted to us and our home quickly, and house training was a breeze.
In terms of hunting, I could not be happier. I started him on yard work about three days after we got home and he has taken off from there. At 7+ months we hunted North Dakota pheasants for 5 days. The conditions were very dry but he has a great nose and picked up several birds on the first day. His drive/intensity has continued to grow and his point is solid. We have hunted about 12 days this fall, both wild and planted pheasants and he continues to impress! One aspect that is really fun to watch is his willingness to back another dog….rock solid from THE beginning. Man is this fun!
Matt thanks for all of your effort. Your commitment to breeding top dogs shows….I have one and I know.
Submitted by: chad on Dec 09, 2012DONT BUY THIS DOG.
Unless you want a dog that is natural to point and retreve with a soft mouth. Hunt all day with great drive. Willing to learn, hunts close and check back. Gets along with other dogs, is a dream in the house.
All kidding aside this is my second Keller Brit. My first is Ryder a 2 year old and is making huge strides this year in the field. my new pup is a Dora/Ely pup and as a six month has an incredible nose, loves to retreve, we've had him on birds but he does best just following our older dog around a learing in the field.
I've owned GSP's, hunted behind Am. brits. and with all things considered, hunt/home/train this is the best breed I have ever owned.
You will not be disapointed with these dogs/
Submitted by: Tim on Nov 28, 2012Just an update on Sally, went on a pheasant hunt sponsored by CA dept. of fish & game a couple weeks ago. Hunt was on her 1st birthday. She killed it! Rough hunt with 3-6 ft brush, but she worked it out & found 4 of 5 birds for us. Was her first intro to pheasant ... the first bird we got was a fly-by other hunters missed from another field. After she got the scent she was all business & worked the field for a good 3hrs, wouldn't even take a drink 'til the end she was so birdy. Best part is, she found 4 of 5 birds we got ... and I talked to 3 different folks who didn't do nearly as well (one with a gsp, one with an american brit, one wire haired) ... none could believe she was only a year old :) :)
Submitted by: Dan Roccato on Nov 20, 2012Hello Matt! I would like to update you on Birdie (or as you know her, "Anna") out of Daffodil and Pepper. She is doing great, and is very smart. I'm so glad we decided to buy Birdie from you, she is such a great dog! She is a natural hunter, and loves to spend time with the family. Thanks again for a great dog!
Submitted by: Tom Long on Nov 20, 2012We bought our pup Hank from Kellers French Brittanys in March, Hank has been an incredible pup from the day we bought him. Very birdie and I could tell he had a great nose. I didn't have time to train him and ask Matt if he would train Hank for us. We dropped him off in May and picked him up in September. Matt did an incredible job training Hank, he took me out to the desert with 9 birds and showed me what Hank could do. Hank is so solid and intense on points, he is steady to flush and shot and retrieves every thing we shoot. I give him a bath and he stands quiet and acts like a king. He is so lovable and such a great addition to our family. Kellers dogs are second to none and thier facilities are spotless and top notch. Matt and Paula really love there dogs and it shows. Thanks again Matt for such a wonderfull job training Hank. Tom
Submitted by: Jo & Denny on Nov 19, 2012Hi Matt & Paula, Brit out of Eppe and Pepper did a great job on her first pheasant hunt. She hunts with so much intensity it is unbelievable. She never rest and runs until we stop at the end of the day. She has an incredible nose and picks up scent early, sometimes 30 or more yards away from the bird. Brit covers so well and covers an amazing amount of the area we are hunting. Thick brush or tall grass does not stop her from hunting hard. She also did a fantastic job of swimming to retrieve ducks we shot. She is a great multiple purpose dog, she hunts anything that flies.
She has a great personality and is a joy to be around. Makes us laugh a lot. Thanks for picking us out a great dog!
Submitted by: nate panka on Sep 30, 2012Matt, wanted to drop you a note on Hayden (Hailyn). She is a great pup. She is pointing pigeons and bobwhite planted or in the trap, off lead, at 4 months. She doesn't even move in to flush. She is working with year old dogs and backs them well. She is not timid to shot or working with the older dogs. Thanks again for this pup. If anyone out there is looking for a great bird dog Matt is the Guy to see.
Submitted by: Jerry & Michelle on Jul 28, 2012Rosie has an awesome nose for quail wings. Today we set up 5 wings in 5 different bushes. Then sent Rosie running toward where the wing was in the first bush. She was running hard, and came to a sudden stop where the first wing was set up. Rosie amazed us with nose in the air as she worked the bush where the “dead bird” was located.
On the 5th wing Rosie was running and again stopped in her tracks and with nose in the air zeroed in on the bush that the wing was in, but we had placed the wing deep inside the bush and she sniffed all the way around the large bush and worked the bush until she found the “dead bird” deep inside the bush. Rosie repeated the “dead bird” and today found all 5 wings.
We are very impressed with Rosie and her pedigrees, basic hunting skills, and at only 14 weeks old look forward to her future. And with both our two French Brittany Spaniels working together to find game birds, they are holding up to their normal description of, Angels at home and terrors in the field!”
Submitted by: Jerry & Michelle on Jul 26, 2012Hey Matt & Paula,
We have been walking the pups nearly every morning on a small hill. This morning we set up 4 quail wings for Rosie to find. She found all 4 wings in 4 different bushes spread throughout the area. Anyway 3 of the 4 wings that were set up were returned to us, Rosie found one that we misplaced and we looked up and found her eating the last bit of it. It appears that she has a great nose to finding "a dead bird", even at only 14 weeks old today. And Yes, she has fit right in with this family!