Smith's Epagneul Breton - Indiana Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel Breeders

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About Smith's Epagneul Breton
Dolli delivered her pups on 8/10/17. One male black and white tri is still available and ready to go home now. Dame: CH Dolli De L'Escarbot Sire: GRCHF CH Fergus Sur Le Delavan Tan WRT. Call for Details - 574-699-6302 
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel
Breeder Contact Info
W. Edward Smith
13264 S. County Rd 1025 E
Galveston, Indiana 46932
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 20 years.
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Puppies for sale
Testimonials (4)
Submitted by: John Lawrence on Oct 07, 2017
I just bought a puppy from Ed Smith on 10 -6 2017. Soon as i got him home i showed him the wing on a pole. This little puppy sight pointed him within 5 seconds of wing on the ground and held for 30 seconds very intense hold at that. So a little later same day he was retrieving. Multiple times to me 10 to 15 ft retrieves this little guy and me have a long ways to go but i would say we are off to a great start. Having birds dogs most of all my life . i can surely say this is a great breed. I cannot thank you enough Ed!!!
Submitted by: Judy Casper on Jun 29, 2017
Ed Smith produces some of the best Epagneul Bretons out there. I recently purchased a puppy from Ed. She is amazing. I have purchased EB puppies from 3 other breeders in the past and this little girl is the best of all of them by far. Nannette is fearless and learning so quickly. Really looking forward to the years ahead with her. His puppy program produces great puppies. When you add his puppy program to the great blood lines and his 20 plus years with this breed it is a winning package all the way around. We have some great breeders in the United States and Ed Smith is one of them. Ed is honest and to the point. Fine man to do business with.
Submitted by: FRANK LAY on Apr 11, 2016
4-11-2016
Hi folks,

First, let me say that I'm an avid bird hunter and I wanted a female Epagneul Breton puppy.

I already had two males of the same breed out of another kennel. After considerable research, I decided to get a pup from Ed Smith.

I bought a black tri color female puppy, Jules, out of Dollie and Fergus. I got first pick and took the runt.

Incidentally, the pair are expecting again this May 2016.

She was born May 2014.

I started Jules bird training at 3mo old with a trainer, working pigeons on a check cord.

She hunted with me in MI, IN, ND, SD and back to ND at the end the 2014 season. Jules started her hunting career at 5mo old and, in my opinion, was amazing. She hunted hard, pointed and fetched.

As a hunter, that was most satisfying.

She made one of the greatest fetches I've ever witnessed in ND at only 5mo old, tracking a downed rooster 1/4mi into a swamp and found it even with the distraction of other birds flushing wild in the swamp.

Then we trained some more to prepare for the club Nationals in IL Feb 2014.

She got a pass with honor on liberated birds the fist day. Then another pass with honor on wild birds the next day.

She also won Best Female in the US in the confirmation show which qualified her for my proudest award, "Total Dog".

She was confirmed Excellent at the Nationals this March.

I bought another puppy, Lodi, from Ed in August 2015 out of another set of parents. He is an orange and white. Just like Jules, Lodi has proven to be an excellent hunter and a handsome lad, winning Best Puppy in the US at the club national conclave in March.

Obviously, Ed Smith, owner of Smith's Epagneul Breton, breeds excellent dogs, both in ability and confirmation.

Please give Ed a call if you would like a promising puppy.

Frank Lay
Submitted by: Elizabeth Morton on Apr 20, 2015
A bit of background: We are a family with tweens/teens who love the urban and county outdoors, and we are big supporters of Pheasants Forever. We have had labs for years, but when we've been heartbroken over the sudden loss of our most recent girl (a master pointer lab and all-round gun dog). After much consideration, we decided that we would investigate the Britanny, and we've met some really great ones in past bird seasons. We also wanted the French Britanny (not the American Brittany Spaniel), since we have a town home, can take the dog to work, and have many daily visitors, and thus need a gun dog that will adapt naturally to this environment.

We were thrilled to find Smith's and went to visit. This is wonderful breeder! He is small-scale, takes great care of his dogs, and is very serious about breeding excellent lines. We also saw instantly everything we read about the great qualities of the breed.

We put our deposit down right away on one of Joyce's pups. Can't wait!
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