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Plum Creek Kennels - South Dakota Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel Breeders
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About Plum Creek Kennels
Our dogs are imported and first generation. Plum Creek is competing and winning internationally, our stud Ultra is a French Champion and Tatoo is a French Recommended Stud. Tatoo, Ultra, and Doc all have their Trialer titles in France.
We have owned, trained and hunted brittanys for over 50 years. We were one of the first kennels to begin importing the Epagneul Bretons (French brittanys) from Europe 20 years ago. We have 22 years experience in the French brittany breed training them, hunting them, breeding them and loving them.
Selective breeding with proven French brittanys of extreme skill and natural ability has resulted in the best French Brittany program in the country. We have spent many years traveling to France and establishing personal relationships, giving us the unique opportunity to select and import the best French brittany blood lines in Europe and establishing the superior lineage and talent our dogs have become known for.
Hunting is a way of life for Plum Creek French Brittanys. We own and operate a wild pheasant hunting lodge in South Dakota, Big Spur Lodge www.bigspur.com so the bar of expectation in the field for our French brittanys is necessarily quite high because our clients expect perfection in our dogs. Please check our website to explore all of our French brittany and Plum Creek info at www.french-brittany.com.
All parents are hip certified.
We are also trainers of all sporting breeds, and uniquely qualified French brittany trainers. We offer monthly training programs as well as individual training seminar packages and day training sessions. See our training website at www.dogpro.net.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel
Hunting, Lodging, Meals, Training, Stud Services, Boarding
Breeder Contact Info
Bill & Kathy Dillon
38548 280th St
Armour, South Dakota 57313
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 35 years.
605-724-2358Send Email to Plum Creek KennelsClick here to visit Plum Creek Kennels website
BISCOTTI DE PLUM CREEK
BOUTON DE PLUM CREEK
Champion, Trialer TATOO du BOIS COURCOL, Recommended Stud, CACT, CACS
Champion, Trialer ULTRA de la SOURCE Aux PERDRIX, CACT, CACS, CH-A
CHEROKEE DE PLUM CREEK
DEESSE DE PLUM CREEK
GR CHAMPION CLIATHAN JUMPING JACK
REINE V DU BOIS DE VAUCHELLES
SAMBA DU BOIS COURCOL
VOLGA DU BOIS COURCOL, CACS in FRANCE
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Submitted by: Tara on Jan 21, 2015Thought I would send y'all a update on how Jade is doing in TN. She is a nice pup, we get compliments from everyone on her color ! It is 60 degrees here today so we were enjoying some time outside working on her recall. We have let her find a few birds with our other pup and she seems very birdy already.
Thanks for the nice pup,
Tara & Dustin
Submitted by: Dennis on Jan 21, 2015Got Daisy from you all in 2008 and will be getting another pup in March. Daisy is a great little bird dog. Have shot many birds over her as is evident in the attached photos. These were wild pheasants shot with a 28 ga over Daisy in 2014 in Kansas. Have lost count how many quail and pheasants we have shot over Daisy, but she is having a great season.
Submitted by: Doug on Jan 09, 2015I bought a pup from you about 14 years ago (patouche/sadie) She is a great dog. A good hunter on quail and pheasant and very loving and totally tuned in to you. In fact, she meets the description of sadie on your site to a T. a natural hunter, good nose with lots of love in her.
Submitted by: Tina on Jan 09, 2015Just wanted to say hello and let you know how Jolie is doing!! I have attached some pictures so you will be able to see her. She is a wonderful dog and we can't imagine not having her with us. She loves to go out and explore looking for birds. She has no fear of cover and can smell animals and find them very easily. When she sees us she bows down with her little tail in the air and wags so hard. Its the cutest greeting! We have been reading up on how to train her. We wish we were closer because it would be so nice to come and train with you. It does seem like she knows what to do naturally. Jolie is so quick, like a rador when we are out on walks. She never stops hunting,She also has plunged into the water unexpectedly without hesitation when we were walking at Pitt Lake. She likes to come in the bath and sticks her head under to find things on the bottom of the tub. Its quite funny to watch. She is quite the water dog. I think she runs three times as fast as our Labrador.
Anyways we are so happy we have her. Its so much fun!!
Submitted by: Sue on Jan 09, 2015I want you to know that Jax is doing well. He is a great puppy and a beloved family member. Tom has him hunting and he is exceptional in the field!
Submitted by: Debbie on Jan 09, 2015Didier is a great pup who gets good comments from his trainers. Other than he hogs the bed if we allow him to sleep with one of us, no complaints at all. He was destined for our family!
Submitted by: Paula on Jan 09, 2015Its been two years since we got our dog from you we named him HandLer he has grown into a fine specimen. Very smart and excellent hunter I might say the joy of our life .
Submitted by: Rob on Jan 09, 2015I purchased Moses a number of years ago. I hunted behind Tatoo and put down a deposit. Moses will hold a point without failure and retrieve waterfowl in the worst conditions. Great dog!
Submitted by: Robert on Jan 09, 2015Juno has adapted nicely to our house. She does well spending a few hours in her crate, travels in the car nicely, and does her business outside more than not.
This was a big week...she has put on a few pounds, went on her first leash walks, toured the dog park, and went for a romp in some pastures. She comes when called most of the time, knows to sit on command already, and has lots of toys. Tonight she started retrieving toys in succession. Yes!
The entire family loves her very much. You couldn't have picked a better dog for us.
Submitted by: Ron on Jan 09, 2015I retired Ike and Quinn at 14 years, Ike just recently passed, Quinn still gets around pretty good but nearing his Time. If my math is right Quinn is 16 years.
Mia is proving to be more than I could have expected, she should have a stellar year this season at 2 yrs and 8 months.
Hope all is well, best to you and Bill