We are a small farm in central South Carolina, that produces bobwhite quail, and of course the beautiful French Brittany. We got our first French Brittany thirteen years ago, It was several years after having Bella Anne that we decided to breed. We love the beauty, temperament, size, personality, and most of all their willingness to please "YOU". Our pups are out of our own hunting stock .."Yes" we hunt our own dogs. Bringing together the best from the present, and past for the future. All our our dogs has many champions in their pedigree's... we will be glad to send you a copy of their pedigree upon request. French Brittany's make wonderful companions/hunters/family pets for the whole family that will last a lifetime. We love our dogs, and we love what we do, and it is very satisfying for us to connect quality dogs, and pups with families. We find the pup that is right for you, and your family. If needed, we can ship your pup by air. Please call or email to learn more about us, and our French Brittany's. Please visit our website. Thank you, and May God Bless you and yours.
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Submitted by: karin britt on Nov 19, 2017
Submitted by: Doug & Susan Harri on Sep 12, 2017
Best wishes and blessing to all of the Chippewa Family!
We are very blessed to have three Chippewa Brittanys!!
Daisy has been with us over a year now and we thank you for allowing us to make her a part of our family. She has adjusted well, is happy and loves being with her boys, Max and Copper. We love them all and are amazed that she loves cuddling as much as the boys do! We can't thank you guys enough for these loving additions to our family.
Max is the lover boy, Copper is our mischievous baby and Daisy is our little sweet cupcake.
Doug & Susan Harris
Submitted by: Barbara States on Sep 01, 2017
I can't tell you how truly beautiful and special and smart Rudy is. When I walk him down the street he literally makes everyone smile and he always elicits a bunch of "beautiful dog!" Comments. He is truly part of the family, gets along with all the dogs who visit. I could go on and on.
Just curious, are you still breeding Jewel and Cracker Jack?
Hope you and your family are well.
Barbara and Steve
Submitted by: Al & Deb Krause on Sep 01, 2017
Well, Napoleon was 6 months old on Aug 11, 2017 and he has grown into a very handsome boy. In the pic he is on the left with orange collar and my Izzy (Cash's grandson) is on right.
He is quite the backtalker still. Al throws a training dummy for him to fetch and he screams to have you throw it and screams when he picks it up to bring back. First time I heard him I thought he got stuck somewhere. He really gives us a scolding if we go somewhere and leave him home. We are in process of trying to get him not to jump which he wants to do constantly but he is getting better. Al will take him hunting this winter or pheasant and chukar.
Once again, thanks so much for our little devil. We love him to death.
Deb & Al Krause
Submitted by: Kiyomi Doscher on Aug 17, 2017
Hi John and Melody,
Just wanted to update you on Kona! He's almost 11 months now and has been the best pal we could ask for. He is so sweet, gentle, loving, and friendly. We have been so happy with him. He loves the water, fetching, and cuddling with us. Here's a couple pictures of him now. Hope you two are doing well!
Kiyomi Doscher & Matt LeClair
Submitted by: Autumn Gardner on Aug 17, 2017
Enzo is adjusting well to his new home. He walks on a leash and stops at every corner and sits before crossing. He sleeps through the night and loves his bed inside his crate. I forgot how much work a puppy can be! He's growing so fast! Thanks again! Autumn
Submitted by: Brandten S. on Jun 01, 2017
Melody&John, Just at a year old, Piper went through advanced obedience at "Texas Duck Dogs" and will be going back for pointing training. We have been blessed to have such an amazing dog with a great personality. Thank you guys for all your help we couldn't be more pleased!
Submitted by: sara and craig wood on May 24, 2017
Hello Melody and John! We have had our Luc for a full year and have enjoyed each day! He may be small, at rip roaring 35.9 lbs. but has the heart and strength of a 50 lb. dog! He will spend hours outside flushing birds, squirrels, and anything that moves! Smart as a whip will walk off lease and heel close. We have had many people ask about him and we always tell them about y'all. We love him dearly and thought we'd take a road trip and let you see him and visit with y'all. hope all is well, Fondly,Sara and Craig
Submitted by: Deborah K. on May 03, 2017
I'm not sure if you saw any pics of Napoleon on facebook or not so I'm sending a few. He is doing very well. Got his 9 week shot last week and vet said all looks well. He goes back in 4 weeks. He weighed in at 9.4 pounds. My Izzy for the most has warmed up to him and is now playing and teaching him how things are. I have a big basket of toys for Izzy and Napoleon has taken all of them and has strewn all over the house. Potty training goes so so. Some days great others not so much. Bladder not fully grown til 6 months so I'm sure he will eventually get it. He did catch a grass snake the other day. Yuk. He is a joy. Thanks again. I love the pic of the two of them looking over the backyard. Napoleon looks like a mini Izzy.
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Submitted by: Jean Lawton on May 03, 2017
Here are a couple pictures of LC. She sure looks like her mother. Hunting very well, trainer here has hunted her with Tom a couple of times and cannot believe how well she is doing and how easy to train! We love here dearly.
I am considering getting a sister for her. If I do it, I need to get one that is "ready to go"(7 weeks old) anytime from Feb to April. Also, I want one that has a lot of white, and of course a female. I love working with the puppies. When they get older they become Toms dog. But I really enjoy the training.
The pictures come in a slide show of other hunting stuff and didn't know how to send just the two of LC.