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Parler's French Brittanys - South Carolina Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel Breeders
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About Parler's French Brittanys
Parler's French Brittanys has been raising the popular French Brittany, the ultimate hunting dog and family companion, for over 20 years. We are a family operated kennel dedicated to producing outstanding pups. Our dogs come from excellent bloodlines and our pups are raised with tender, loving care. Their socialization begins at birth and continues until they are delivered to their new homes. All of our dogs are AKC and UKC registered
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Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel
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1601 Hwy 35
St. Stephen, South Carolina 29479
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 20 years.
843-810-9815Send Email to Parler's French BrittanysClick here to visit Parler's French Brittanys website
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Submitted by: Jonathan Watkins on Dec 08, 2013Just wanted to update you a little on the progress of Dakota "Inka" Du Parler.
Yesterday I was able to do a "mock" test for the natural ability part of NAVHDA. We started off at the water which is proving to be her only questionable area. She has no problem getting into the water chest deep but she seems to not want to swim. I paddled out in a kayak to try and coerce her into swimming for that portion of the test. Once I got out there and called her she was happily swimming circles around me. Now the challenge is to get her to swim without me in the water. Let's hope she gets it soon.
We then moved on to the field search and pheasant track. It was extremely hot outside so I was nervous about her working as she hasn't been worked in those temperatures yet. Well, her ability did not fail due to the heat. The judge said to me during these two phases of the "mock" test, " you've got yourself a heck of a dog". Needless to say she was flawless on both of those runs.
At the end of the day, the judge got everyone in a circle and gave us feedback. I'm proud to say that when he got to "Dakota", he said, "I would take that little Brittany home with me right now. That is going to be a great dog." A little background on him is that he has been doing this for countless years and is soon moving to his 320 acre farm in Kansas to train bird dogs full time. He had six dogs in his truck and would have loved to make room more, namely "Dakota "Inka" Du Parler.
Just thought you would like to hear about her progress. I have to get her swimming by test date. This is really the area she has struggled in since I began training with her. What a great first hunting companion. And the kids and family LOVE HER. We couldn't be happier Thanks again, and we look forward to another companion from the Parlers soon.
Submitted by: Allan Wiggins on Dec 08, 2013Just thought I'd send a quick shot. Scout is doing great, already had a few birds killed over him. I didn't know a pup could be this bird crazy but he is! Thanks so much! I'll send more pics around Christmas as we have plans to hunt a couple days.
Submitted by: Krista Lansdale on Dec 08, 2013Just wanted to give you an update on little Ms. Rackley (aka Ivy)!
The vet said she is the most unique looking French Brittany he has seen (although he has only seen 3 in his life)! Both Rob and I are super impressed with her cuddly, loving and highly intellectual ways! She is definitely a Momma's girl (I'm not bragging or anything ha ha)! At 3 months she is fully housebroken (and will even ask to go out in the middle of thunderstorms if she has to) and knows several commands! Thank you again for giving us the best little girl I have ever known!!
Submitted by: Tracy Baird on Aug 28, 2013Hello, I just wanted to let you know how thankful we are to have Ruby in our lives! She is a joy! She is very playful and loves to run around. Ruby transitioned into our home very well. She is learning and growing everyday. Brian can't wait to begin training her to hunt. She is getting along very well with our other dog and our cat. I just wanted to send you a thank you for raising such a sweet girl! I included a few photos and a video of her first time in the water before we take her to the lake!
Brian, Tracy, and Ruby
Submitted by: Heather Pedigo on Aug 28, 2013I just wanted to send you a quick note telling you how much we love Sixx - that is what we named her since that was her "number" when we were picking her out of the litter! She has the best personality and has fit in perfectly. She and our 8 year old English lab have become the best of friends! She is so sweet and we couldn't be happier with her!
Submitted by: Jonathan Watkins on Aug 28, 2013Dan,
This is "Dakota Inka Du Parler's first bird. She had a blast and is doing well!!!
Submitted by: Ralston Smith on Jun 09, 2013Dan,
Sailor has been great. He is going to the vet today to get his
puppy shots. He has bonded with the entire family and has
a spot in our family.
Submitted by: Mitch Thurman on May 09, 2013Dan,
How are things? Riley had a great year until 2 months of heavy snow cut the season really short. People can't believe the temperament in Riley. In the house, he wants to sit and lay with you, full of kisses. Out with other dogs it's all play, not a mean bone in his body. Hunting is all business nonstop for 2 hours. And what a nose! Seeing him lock up on a a bird and the way he points is picture perfect. I been meaning to send you more pictures but its tuff when hunting. In the fall I'll bring a buddy to shoot some shots and send them to you. Hope all is well with you and the family. Talk to you soon. Mitch
Submitted by: John Hayes on May 09, 2013Dan
I have been meaning to send you a note sooner but now is later. I attached some pictures of Teddy's real first wild pheasant hunt in Nebraska my two sons and I went on last year.Teddy is turning out to be a remarkable bird dog. He was a little stubborn at first but when he realized that obey meant more birds and all around fun he now works well with me and we enjoy our times together. I have had a lot of bird dogs thru the years and Teddy is turning out to be one of the several top dogs.
Submitted by: Tripp Ritchie on Mar 02, 2013I just wanted to let you know how happy we are with Pete. He is an amazing dog, intelligent and feisty. We have hunted Pete since he was 6 months old. Even at that early age, he handled well in the field. He found and pointed 63 quail over 4 days hunting. I do not even have to use my whistle; Pete checks in and I just give him a hand signal to change directions. Pete was about 18 months old on this hunt. These are great dogs that bond strongly as members of the family. Thank you and be well, Tripp.