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Hartland brittanys - Michigan American Brittany Breeders
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About Hartland brittanys
I have been breeding Brittany's for 8 years. I strive for top quality bloodlines to ensure you have a great family pet or gun dog in the field. I have produced some wonderful pups for the avid hunter whether they put them in trials or just use them for their personal hunting companion. I have a litter due December 30th.
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5252 Fenton Rd
Fenton, Michigan 48430
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 8 years.
734-732-0506Send Email to Hartland brittanys
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Submitted by: Linda on Jan 06, 2017My daughter and I each purchased a puppy from Dianne(only wanted them for a family companion) They have been the best dogs anyone could ever ask for. We get so many compliments on both. I will always get my Brittany's from Dianne a long as she still breeds. She gives so much more than other breeders and puts a lot of time and loving care into her pups. You cant go wrong from getting a puppy from her. they are spoiled before going to their new homes.
Submitted by: Tammy and Dean Kowalski on Jan 06, 2017My Brittany Tobias is a beautiful dog. He is just over a year old. His stance, his health, and intelligence are impressive. We are constantly receiving compliments referring to his beauty. Full of energy and true to the breed. He is a hunter at heart and started pointing when we brought him home as a pup. He flushes on instinct with no formal training. He is happiest on our lap or in the woods chasing birds, squirrels, Deer. We have a song for him, "Bird, Bird, Bird. Birds the word. It's by the Trashmen LOL. I believe we could have easily put him in competition. This breeder is easy to work with and cares about her reputation. I will recommend her to friends and family.
Submitted by: Justin on Dec 18, 2016I just wanted to say thank you for raising such wonderful Brittany's. I purchased a puppy from Dianne 3 years ago and he has been one of the best dogs I have owned. I only hunted him a few times and in my eyes he is great. could probably use some training but I am not a huge hunter so the 3 times I took him I was pleased with no training. He has been more of a family pet than an hunter ( by my choice) and that was all we really wanted. Dianne will be my only breeder I will use. She goes above and beyond with her dogs and the litters she produces.
Submitted by: Colleen Falcone on Aug 08, 2016I got Quigley (formerly Chase) from Diane's first litter. He is an amazing dog. He is very smart, very curious and very sweet. I had never had a Brittany before and now I know I will never be without one of Diane's dogs. We adore Quigley. Thank you so much!
Submitted by: Dianne on Nov 20, 2015I just have to thank you again for Toby. He is absolutely a beautiful, easily a show/field dog. He's smart, funny, agile, so loving. You keep up the breeding! You do an excellent job!
Submitted by: Dianne on Nov 15, 2015Dianne,
Just a note from a person who purchased two older brittanys from me.
The second hunt went much better for Hemi. I thought it would take some time, but he really got into it quick once we got into some hens right off the bat in some cattails (can't shoot hens). After that he couldn't wait to get into the thicker cover, something he wasn't doing often on the first trip. I think the hot weather had a lot to do with that too though. The gun shyness went away too, he was having a ball. I probably shoot noisier/heavier loads out of my shotgun than what Hemi was used to, but he got over it now. I couldn't get a decent picture of them posing with the birds, they didn't wanna sit still for that.
So this hunt went as I thought it would when I first started observing these two way back in spring. Hemi does have the better nose and probably will be as good as my last male. He has a ways to go on some things; i.e. leaning how to run down a running rooster in heavy cover, and improve a little on retrieving. He will certainly get there, it just takes time as it always did with my other dogs. I got a few over Riley too, he has a lot of fun and gets very excited when he gets the scent in his nose. He won't be quite as good for that (over excited) reason, but it's always entertaining.
I gotta say, I never had any dogs house trained as well as these two. They really impressed me in the motel both trips. Great great dogs!
Submitted by: Bob on Sep 20, 2015I purchased two Brittany pups from Dianne a few years ago. They have been the best Brittany's I have owned. I hunt with both. they have been great in the field and just as great as a family pet. I have gotten a lot of compliments on both. I tell people all the time who I got my Brittany's from when they ask. As long as Dianne is breeding I will only get them from her. You can tell she really cares about her dogs and puppies and puts a lot of time into them.