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Sunburst Brittanys - Idaho American Brittany, Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel Breeders
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About Sunburst Brittanys
Our kennel is located in New Plymouth Idaho, USA. We breed quality brittanys. We breed our dogs for the weekend foot-hunter, and his family. A calm, intelligent, loyal companion, is what the average American household is looking for in a dog today. To find a bird dog with these characteristics can be a challenge, so that is why we selected the Brittany. We later decided to breed our dogs, so that others may enjoy this unique breed too. The Brittany is one of the most popular breeds in the USA, because of its dual purpose. (Hunting & family dog). Give us a call for more information. Visit us on Facebook at Sunburst Brittanys. Prices of brittany puppies $800. Air shipping available, and is commonly done. Cost paid by buyer.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Brittany, Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel
Breeder Contact Info
GABRIEL & KATIE MOURITSEN
5000 NW 1st AVE
New Plymouth, Idaho 83655
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 10 years.
208-284-3297Send Email to Sunburst Brittanys
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Submitted by: Bob and Leslie McMichael on Apr 21, 2016Peat, our second Sunburst Brittany (born Apr 2, 2015- Sioux and Candy line), is one amazing bird dog. He's super intelligent, high-energy and athletic. He also has a great nose and can find the birds and hold them plus he loves to retrieve.
Towards the end of his first season of hunting he started out hunting our first Sunburst Brittany that was the star of the show. He also naturally backed our older more experienced Brittany while out in the field.
As a family pet he's very affectionate and sweet.
To see video of Peat go to "You Tube", search "chukar hunting highlights 2015-16"
Submitted by: Yvonne Thompson on Jan 05, 2016We got our French Brittany pup Hunter 2 yrs ago .He was the last puppy from the litter,my husband & I were just going to go see him,but ofcourse I fell in love.Hunter is a beautiful, really smart,energetic & vocal dog.He loves the outdoors,he is a great dog .Recommend Sunburst Brittanys Highly
Submitted by: John R on Nov 29, 2015I bought a female from the April 2014 litter. Great experience all around. Gabe drove the dog from his home to Tri-Cities, WA for me to pick her up, for an extremely reasonable fee of $100. Rosie is a great bird dog, points and holds well on grassland species - Huns and chukars - and can hunt all day. She is a house dog, very well mannered and extremely smart and sweet. Weighs 30 lbs on the button. I highly recommend this breeder.
Submitted by: barbara on Mar 09, 2015We picked up a 6 week old female black roan pup in June of 2014. This is the smartest dog of any breed we have ever owned. By the end of August she knew sit, stay, lay down, shake, and speak: she rang a bell at the door to go do her private business, and was pointing grasshoppers in the yard. During upland game season she hunts with natural skill and stays close. We haven't found any pheasant, but she finds chukar and quail and retrieves naturally. She has boundless energy, and yet is the first bird dog we have allowed to be a house dog, because she is calm and happy in the house. 42 pounds, and quick as a flash. Love her!
Submitted by: barbara Kwader on Feb 24, 2015We gave my husband a black and white pup from Sunburst Brittanys in June of last year. She is the smartest dog we have ever had. After very little training she performed very well hunting upland game birds this fall and winter, and is a great family dog. An amazing little girl, and not yet a year old! Great with our grandkids, horses, and cats. She is not too sure of the tortoise.
Submitted by: Angie Lakey-Campbell on Oct 23, 2014We purchased a male black and white French Brittany from Gabe in the summer of 2013. At 16 months, he was holding birds for us in the field. Last Sunday we were able to get our first kill with Paddy! His instincts for hunting have helped a couple of inexperienced chukar hunters get into the birds several times this fall! We are looking forward to seeing what he will be able to do in the future!
Submitted by: Phil K. on Oct 20, 2014We picked up our female liver and white in June 2014. She is 7 months old now and we could not be happier. She is our fourth Brittany (from different breeders) and wow, she is very intelligent, athletic with huge amount of natural birding instincts. Her temperament is very sweet and well socialized. We look forward to many years hunting with her.
Submitted by: Clarke Browne on Aug 22, 2014I picked up an orange roan male from Sunburst Brittanys in June of 2014. I couldn't be happier with the pup. At 4 months he is smart as whip, understands and obeys basic commands. Gabe was super helpful in assisting me with picking out my first hunting dog. Highly recommend Gabe and Sunburst Brittanys for your hunting or family dog needs.
Submitted by: Les Albjerg on Aug 06, 2014"Frankie", our Orange and White French Brittany is just a little over 3 months old. Last evening he locked up in a beautiful point on a quail for the first time. He is the best dog I have ever owned. In the field he doesn't run off. He has a sweet temperment, and lets my Autistic son love on him. Oh!, he is still a puppy, but he is so eager to please he makes me laugh at times. Gabe and his family socialize their puppies, and you can tell they have been loved from Day one. Thanks for what is going to be an awesome hunting and family dog. He is a lover and a hunter what more could you want? Oh, he is handsome too and gets all kinds of compliments as well!
Submitted by: Rich Forbes on Jan 24, 2014We picked up out pup in July 2013. He has become a great family dog and started pointing quail at 8 months. This is my first French Brittany and the smartest dog I have owned. Very well behaved and tempered.