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OMEGA BRITTANYS - New Hampshire American Brittany Breeders
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About OMEGA BRITTANYS
We have hunted,trained, and competed with our Brittanys for almost forty years.
Mike has been an AKC Hunt Test Judge since the beginning of the event and president and officer of the Hopkinton Everettt Lake Dog Club
Donna has been an officer of the Northern New England Brittany Club for twenty years as well as the club's Specialty Show Chairperson.
We are dedicated primarily to breeding a family hunting companion - a gun dog that has the versatility to compete in the field, show ring, obedience, agility and rally events. Our dogs have achieved titles in all of the above.
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DONNA AND MICHAEL HOWE
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire 03102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 25 years.
603-623-3242Send Email to OMEGA BRITTANYS
Submitted by: David Nelson on Aug 16, 2013I picked up Dutch the day I returned from a deployment to Iraq (end of Aug 2006). He was twelve weeks old. At 16 weeks with no formal training he made his first retrieve. A week and a half later he made his first solo point while hunting. He was and still is a natural now with 7 successful seasons under his belt. In 2008 he was introduced to my newborn daughter, he is her friend and protector. If you are looking for the perfect combination of family pet and hunting companion I can highly recommend Omega!
Submitted by: Dennis Neubauer on Apr 07, 2013My brittany is 15 months old and is everything I could have hoped for. I worked with her during the summer doing basic commands and with wings .Took her to the UP of Michigan where she worked with a couple of older dogs, and she did very well on woodcock and grouse. Back home in Pa we hunted at least a couple of hours nearly every day of our small game season. For a "pup" she did very well. She has a good nose and points well. She is close ranging and a good hunter. I am already looking forward to next season. I failed to mention that she is a house dog. Great with the whole family. Thanks to the Howes for breeding such wonderful dogs. Dennis N