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Rick's Brittany Kennel - Michigan American Brittany Breeders
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About Rick's Brittany Kennel
Above is a picture of our Dam, "Dixie Dallas Star", In the field her first season 2005.
I am a Sixth year Breeder.
As an American Brittany owner, and hunter, my goal is to produce healthy pups that meet the standards of the breed, grow to be average in size, having a great temperment at home and in the field.
I select Sires with a mild temperment, a Blood Line History that will produce pups with strong natural hunting instincts, and the potential to be great companions to hunt with in the field.
Here is a short youtube video about th Brittany breed. CLICK on it.
Our next litter is planned for Spring 2015.
Kadi and Chase, both are OFA certified for hips
and elbows. This will be the second time breeding of
See pedigrees below.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Breeder Contact Info
13886 Hough Rd.
Allenton, Michigan 48002
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 5 years.
586-942-6132Send Email to Rick's Brittany KennelClick here to visit Rick's Brittany Kennel website
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Submitted by: Laura W on Aug 07, 2014If I could give Rick's Brittany Kennel a 10/10 I would. I lost my previous Brittany named Diesel to cancer on August 23rd 2013. I knew I was going to get another dog but I didn't plan on getting another Brittany. Once I started to think about it I missed so many things about Diesel, his soft fluffy ears, his amazing personality just to name a few. I finally decided that another Brittany was the best dog for me. I live in Canada and because Brittany's are not common up here the wait lists are long and the cost is almost double. I searched online and saw that Rick's Kennel was having puppies in late September 2013. This was perfect timing for me because it was enough time for me to grieve my other dog but not too long to go without a dog. I contacted Rick to inquire about the puppies and requested a male. I sent in my deposit, which I learned that was refundable if I for whatever reason I could not take a puppy. This showed me that Rick cared about his dogs very much and it's not all about the money like most breeders. Because I lived far Rick was kind enough to send me pictures and weekly updates through e-mail. He even sent me a video of my puppy playing. I went to visit my new puppy at 3 weeks of age and met Rick and his wife Roxane. They were very welcoming to my family and I and we felt right at home with them. Their dogs are just beautiful and cared for so well. The puppies we just starting to be active so we were lucky that we could hold them before they got too squirmy. I went back to pick up my puppy when he was 7 weeks old, normally Rick said he preferred to wait until 8 weeks of age before the puppies go home but he was kind enough to make an exception as this was the only time I could come pick him up. Again we visited with Rick and his wife and played with the puppies until it was time to go. I could tell that it was hard for them to watch someone walk out with one of the puppies but I promised them that he would have the best life I could give him and all the love in the world. Phoenix will be 1 yrs old on September 22nd and has been an amazing puppy. I can't thank Rick and Roxane enough for giving me such a wonderful new friend.
Submitted by: Wendyliza on Feb 16, 2013Let me start by saying for my fiancé and I deciding to add a puppy to our home was a very tough decision. We knew people that had brittany's and one day we decided to start our search online and our search brought us to Rick. We decided to purchase a brittany from Rick and when we called he only had one puppy left! I remember telling my fiancé we don't want the one nobody else wanted, thats the runt! Little did I know we would grow to love this Baby Jack as much as a family could ever love their puppy. He is an intelligent, strong, unique individual and a part of our family unlike anything I could have ever imagined. I give all the thanks in the world to Rick and family for being very good Brittany Breeders and for taking pride in what they do. I would recommend them to anyone I know. Thank you from the bottom of our heart's Shane and Wendy
Submitted by: Brian and Lisa Kelley on Jul 26, 2012We purchased our puppy, Remington (AKA REMI), this summer from Rick. The entire experience was one of the best I have experienced with a dog breeder. The Ostrowski's truly care about their dogs and the Brittany Breed. We are so happy to have our new family member. The vet exclaimed that the care in the first 8 weeks was apparent and one of the best she had seen. She stated "You really found a terrific breeder". Thank you, and hopefully next year we can get our second pup from Rick as well.
Submitted by: John Whitlatch on Jun 22, 2012Our Female Ginger, one of Maddies pups, just turned one a couple of weeks ago and has been a great addition to our family. Dealing with Rick was great. It took a while for our family to make a decision on which puppy to choose but, Rick was very patient and helpful. We even made a second trip a few weeks later to visit Ginger and Rick was more than willing to accommodate. As far as hunting, this Brittany is a natural. She points and holds as well as any dog I have ever hunted with. She got into the field at about 4 months and showed interest right away. I would recommend Rick's Brittany Kennel to any one who is looking for a Brittany pup.
Submitted by: Mike and Meredith on Mar 12, 2012Bailey was born 6-1-11. She has been a wonderful addition to our family. She has a great personality, friendly to everyone and great with kids. She has shown signs of being a great bird dog, noticing birds right away. She started pointing around 12 weeks. The first time we were shocked. In October we had taken her to the U.P. and took her out for a first hunt for her and my wife. Bailey did very well. following direction and going toward any bird noise she heard. We had tested her with shot guns and wasn't phased a bit at the noise. This was very encouraging. I can't wait to start the serious bird training shortly. She mastered all of the basic obedience commands very quickly and I'm by no means a professional trainer. House training came very natural for her as well. I can't tell you how many compliments on how pretty she is everywhere we go.
Submitted by: Kyle Cove on Jan 15, 2012My pup's name is Tucker and I could not be happier with him. He is a natural pointer and holds his point very well. He has a great nose for birds and is better behaved than a few other dogs I know that are twice his age. He is 7 months now and a true joy to have. Dealing with Rick was a great and smooth experience. He was more than willing to answer all of my questions even when I asked them more than once. I highly recommend dealing with Rick for your next best friend.
Submitted by: Mike Manges on Jan 11, 2012Jake was born 6-1-11 of Dixie and Spice Rum Luke, I shot 4 woodcock and 3 ruffed grouse in Michigan over solid points. In early December I took him to Kansas where he pointed several quail coveys, wild pheasants and two flocks of prairie chickens. In January I entered Jake in a Hunting Dog Trial, his and my first, and he placed 2nd in the puppy class. He's points are rock solid and he's steady to wing. He's a great dog around the house, too.
Submitted by: Dennis Szagesh on Mar 03, 2010We've been around bird dogs for 35 years, yet we've never seen anything quite like Grady at this young age. His natural hunting instincts are incredibly strong. Most pups don't get far from your heels the first season in the woods. Grady gave us five productive points this past fall, a day before his 5 month birthday, and it's been an amazing experience ever since. It's early in his development, but if all goes well he's going to be something special. Next season can't get here soon enough!
His behavior and personality are great, too. He is very social with other dogs, and has even befriended a female chow in the neighborhood that no other dog can get near. He's terrific with our grandchildren (ages 3 & 5), and he's a fast learner.
Rick and Roxan are friendly and knowledgeable, and they love their puppies. It's obvious that this is not a business for them, it is a passion.
Submitted by: Elizabeth on Oct 27, 2009We got Chloe from Rick's 2009 litter. The whole process went wonderful and Rick's entire family were very kind to us. They were very patient while we took nearly an hour to pick out the perfect puppy and answered all of our questions. Chloe is a wonderful dog, she is kind, sweet and very smart! It only takes her one or two times to learn a trick and already has roll over mastered! I would recommend Rick's Brittanys to anyone who is looking for the perfect brittany puppy!
Submitted by: Dave and Colleen on Oct 25, 2009We purchased our Brittany, Laci, from Rick in June of 2008. Rick was great during the selection process as our three boys debated which pup to pick for an hour. It was great to spend some time with Laci's mother as well while we evaluated the pups. Laci has been a great house dog as well as a natural hunter since day one. She was pointing wild pheasants on our farm at 6 months and accompanied me on a bird farm hunt last fall where she impressed our guide who could not believe she was only 8 months old at the time. This fall Laci helped out at a youth hunt with the Washtenaw County Chapter of Pheasants Forever. Laci was able to point a bird for all 6 youth hunters in our group. On opening day this fall I shot 2 roosters over her with several other solid points on hens as well.