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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: Bill on Apr 29, 2013Bill and Kathy, happy spring time! Woody's terrific. He is a handful but such such fun. Smart, super eager to please, sensitive, tough. HIs nose is awesome, pointing instinct fine, and his retrieving is unbelievable.
Thanks for making the breed the best it can be.
Submitted by: Richard on Apr 28, 2013Just wanted to update you on a pup I purchased last year. Did some work with her before season on pigeons, I did not want to push her to hard but hunted her with older dog in Wisconsin. On the last day of hunt she pointed her first bird , a woodcock. I then went to Montana and it was like the lighjt bulb went off, She was pointing and working birds like an older dog, this continued when I moved on to oregon for chukars and huns.
Needless to say I am well pleased with her. I did not want to push her too hard but I have never seen a pup come on like she did.
When I need another pup I will contact you.
Submitted by: Steve on Apr 10, 2013Just wanted you to know that my French Brittney Jasper has qualified for the west texas regional dog trial and he also is in the running for derby dog of the year for west texas.
Submitted by: Jim on Mar 22, 2013Just a note to let you know that Maverick achieved his AKC Master Hunter title. We are so proud of Maverick and is truly loved.
Jim and Jeanne
Submitted by: Paul on Mar 05, 2013Dear Bill and Kathy,
Just thought I’d drop you a line with an update on Holt. He is doing very well. He is basically finished on all his obedience work and his exceptionally responsive to all his commands. He has a firm grasp on here, stay, whoa, lay down, and his name. He knows kennel real well and has never been a problem barker/whiner. I am working a lot on his retrieve on the training table and have him holding several different dummy types and walking up and down the table holding the dummies. As far as field work, I have had him out as much as the weather allows in Buffalo NY and he really enjoys being in the field. No problems with the primer pistol. I am starting to see his natural quartering pattern develop.
I am really enjoying this little guy.
Submitted by: Tex on Mar 05, 2013I got my Brittany from you guys two years ago .. She is fantastic ... A little quail hunting machine ... Taking her to North Dakota this October. Thanks ,,, she is my buddy.
Submitted by: Joe on Feb 15, 2013Kathy and Bill, thought you would enjoy hearing about Beau's first (non-training) actual bird hunt. I was hunting for chukar at a local preserve. As you may recall, Beau had his first bird exposure last fall in Wyoming on Sage Grouse, which we hunted on a private ranch and which he chased and wondered at their size and numbers. Then he was given some 'whoa' training and some pigeon training by my son for about a month. The result of all this was that my 14 month old French Brittany pointed and held his first ever hunted bird. He held point for about 2 minutes and then I flushed the bird and shot it.
Beau then pointed and held a second bird and my hunting partner missed the bird. Beau watched it and marked its landing and immediately went to the spot and again held point on that bird. He quartered close and healed when asked and came when I whistled.
I didn't need a leash or a check-cord at all. I was very proud of my pup on his first actual hunt.
Your breeding program really showed its value and effectiveness.
Submitted by: Joe on Jan 26, 2013Well Beau has made it to a year old and he has some personality. He still watches TV. I've never owned a dog that continued to do this for so long. He has been started in his hunt training by my son, who is a professional trainer. Beau will Whoa, and he has pointed a few birds, but i don't like to rush my pups. He is going hunting again in a few weeks. I don't mind if he chases and has a great time at this point in his life. Churchill, the English Setter that died and resulted in my getting Beau, didn't point and hold until his second hunting season. I'm afraid I have spoiled Beau to some extent. Shame on me!!! It must come with age!
Submitted by: Jim on Jan 24, 2013It's been some time since I reported on Bob. He is about to turn eight and just completed his best season ever in the field. Northern Michigan had a good crop of Grouse and Woodcock this year and Bob and I took full advantage of the opportunity. We hunted several times each week from early September through mid-November. Bob did a wonderful job. He has earned his place as "head dog" amongst our group of old time bird hunters. (all of us are well past seventy) Bob is the first dog out in every new covert.
Bob is not only a great bird hunter. In the off-season he and I fly fish the Manistee in our old Ausable guide boat. He's done this since he was a kid. He knows the river well enough now to stand on the prow and guide me through the narrows. He is as excited when we strike a big Brown as he is when we down a flighty grouse.
This year Bob was honored by the river guides up here by naming a wet fly in his honor. The "Black Bob" has proved to be quite productive on our river, so it's not just a novelty.
Thanks again. Jim and Bob
Submitted by: Hershal Ferguson on Jan 16, 2013Kathy: I bought my female puppy from you about two years ago and I wanted to give you an up-date. We named her "Molly McGee". She is certainly the best all-around hunting dog I have ever owned and does it all: retrieves ducks and doves, and is a great up-land bird dog. Probably the best quail dog I have ever been around. Just thought you and Bill would like to hear about her. She is the world's happiest dog. Thanks.
Hershal Ferguson, Texas.