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Rhoades Woods Brittanys - Ohio American Brittany Breeders
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About Rhoades Woods Brittanys
Here at Rhoades Woods Brittanys we† don't breed often but when we do we breed for quality not quantity.
I field trial and hunt my dogs every chance I get and they are truly great proven performers. We breed specifically for trial and hunter companions that are a joy to own, hunt, and trial.
We produce dogs† that have a ton of drive and great natural ability and bidibility.
Our bloodlines include such notable ancestors as:
AFC FC RIMARDA'S TRADEMARK HOF
DC AFC AmCh BAN DEE HOF
CH AFC DC AmCh PERRY'S RUSTIC PRINCE HOF
NFC FC FRANKLIN COUNTY BANDIT HOF
NAFC DC AFC RENEGADE'S KANSAS KID
FC AFC AJAX VII HOF
NSTRA AmCh NOLAN'S LAST BULLET
NSTRA BEELINE BULLETS BRAVADO
NSTRA RHOADES WOODS LACIE
and many more champions to numorous to add
Check out our website for litter availability and Brittany information and history.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Breeder Contact Info
Montpelier, Ohio 43543
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 9 years.
419-924-5503Send Email to Rhoades Woods BrittanysClick here to visit Rhoades Woods Brittanys website
Testimonials (15) You are viewing the 10 most recent - Click here for more reviews
Submitted by: Bud Ogan on Jan 26, 2013I bought a brittany pup from Tim at approx 3 months old. This pup was every thing I had hoped for.
It was hunting at 9 months, holding birds and retreiving. I named her Ice as she is almost all white except a little orange around the ears. Tim's a straight up shooter and has great dogs. I highly recommend him as a brittany breeder. I'm a upland bird guide and I must have way above average dogs for my guide bussiness.
On Point Guide Service of Nevada
Submitted by: Bud Ogan on Dec 18, 2012In the Spring of 2012, I purchased a female Brittany pup from Tim Rhoades of rhoadeswoodsbrittanys.com. The pup started training at 5 months old and at 8 ½ months she was hunting. A natural retriever and a solid pointing dog at this age is fantastic. I would highly recommend Timís pups to anyone. I donít say these things lightly as I own On Point Guide Service in Nevada at take pride in my services. Tim Rhoades is a straight shooter, who tells it like it is. I have already placed another deposit for another pup out of his future litters.
On Point Guide Services of Nevada
Submitted by: Kevin M. Biggs on Sep 03, 2012I have a 7month Brittany (Dakota) that I purchased from Rhoades Woods Brittanys. Dakota is a great addition to my family. He is learning fast and just went to a hunting preserve this past weekend and pointed his first birds. Listened well, come to whistle,whoa, and found birds in very hot conditions. I would like to thank Tim Rhoades for his care and compassion for this breed. He is breeding top notch trial and hunting dogs that our great in house as well. His dogs have great pedigrees that have champions as well as HOF's. Tim is a great guy who really takes the time to help his clients out with anything they might need. Thankyou Tim for everything!
Sincerely, Kevin M. Biggs
Submitted by: Kevin Zupin on Oct 29, 2011We purchased a Brittany from Rhoades Brittanys about a year ago and have to say we are delighted with the way our pup has developed. When we made our initial visits to the Rhoades home to check out their pups we were immediately impressed by the love they have for the Brittany breed. It was very evident that they cared very much for and wanted the best for their dogs.
We were first time dog owners and Tim Rhoades and his family went out of their way to give us advice and guide us in training our Brittany Juta.
In the year we have raised Juta we have found him to be easy to train and also to have a great tempermant. We have three children and he has been great with all of them. He loves to bound through the meadow and 'wrestle' playfully with the kids.
Tim Rhoades knows his Brittanys and we are very glad he shared his love and knowledge of the breed with us!
Submitted by: Hap Harrison on Jun 22, 2011I met Tim a few years back at a NSTRA Trial. I could not help but notice Timís love for his dogs and how devoted he was to them. Timís competitive nature has been rewarded, his dogs have perform well and achieved Championship titles. Timís devotion to his dogs shows in his breeding program. His dog display a tremendous desire to please with the natural ability to find and point birds. I have had the pleasure working and hunting with a couple dogs from Timís and it was a true joyÖHap Harrison
Submitted by: G. Wooden on Jun 13, 2011I was referred down to Tim from Hap Harrison in Michigan who had bred his dog Zak to Tim's dog Tasha last fall. Tim was a pleasure to work with and accommodated my request to hold the dog for me for a few weeks till I could pick him up. Brodie is now 8 months old and is a well started dog. He has one of the best noses of any dog I have seen and works the field like a pro. In training he is outperforming older more experienced dogs in the field and has a great personality and desire to find birds. Really, all I have to do is let him loose and he finds birds. I look forward to years of Fall hunting trips and companionship with him in the days ahead. I don't see how you can go wrong with one of Tim's pups, especially one out of Tasha and Hap's dog Zak.
Submitted by: Steve Dimon on Apr 13, 2011Great little pup. works the field like a champ, gets along great with other dogs and the kids love him
Submitted by: Steve Dimon on Apr 12, 2011Hey Tim, I wanted to let you know that pup from last year is fantastic! His nose is great, his field manners are the easiest I have ever had to deal with and my kids love him. What a nice dog, thanks again
Submitted by: Brent Rothgarn on Nov 25, 2010TIM
brent from Minnesota here took Berkley out hunting Wed at a game farm near here. I had worked with him a bit in the field but he wasnt showing much interest with the dummy. Whole different story with the real thing after he jammmed on point with the first rooster and lucky enough I hit the dang thing. Ah I am now a proud owner of a HUNTING DOG. The dog has a lot of natural talent ex. working the wind, following the bird when shot, when to go from wind hunting to trailing. I'm only using two commands hear and come he even took to hand signals abit. I hit him once with the collar shortly after getting out of truck and that was it, weren't even hunting yet, perfect!
Only problem I had was retrieving he would run to the downed bird and stand over it but would wait for the lab to come over and get it. Around the house he will fetch stuff but just doesnt like the feathers same with the dummy that has wings on it.
Brent Rothgarn (Minnesota)
P.S. Would you forward this to Hap please
Submitted by: Brianna Kupler on May 11, 2009Here name is Shelby and she is a Brittany Spanial and now a year old. She has the best personality, fun, loving, loyal, and the list can go on and on. She was and is very easy to train for Hunting and the everyday tricks and commands.
And it was extremely easy to work with the Breeder because they provided pictures and updates. I would definitely go through the breeder again.