Youngs French Brittanys - Tennessee Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel Breeders
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Epagneul Breton, French Brittany Spaniel
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Submitted by: Daniel on Oct 21, 2016
Had a great trip with Sam (Milo) last week.
He worked hard, was very obedient, found some pretty difficult birds for us and was great company in the field. Couldn't really ask for anything more at just over 6 months. May have a few more customers for you down the road - all the guys in my group wanted to take him home.
I attached a few pics from the trip.
Hope your South Dakota trip went well.
Submitted by: Feliciana Gun Dogs on Sep 28, 2016
We have had the pleasure of purchasing a puppy from Youngs French Brittanys. We could not be happier with this female. She is everything we are looking for in the field. Her ability and drive are second to none. Tara and Dustin have an exceptional breeding program for the French Brittany that can only enhance this breeds desire to hunt. If you are looking for a driven puppy or started dog ready to hunt, give Tara and Dustin a call.
Submitted by: Mark Castille on Sep 26, 2016
Have had the pleasure to hunt with two of the young's pups and meet with them .I have seen first hand their breeding program they are geared to hunting dogs that perform and come from proven hunters not just breeding for looks or pedigrees ,they are respected for producing excellent dogs in the field. So if you are looking for a new hunting buddy I would recommend giving them a try I picked up a liver tri pup for a friend last month and will be waiting for the time I can spend In the field with her if she is anything like the other I have hunted with I will have a wonderful time.
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Submitted by: Judy Casper on Jan 11, 2016
I purchased my puppy this summer from Youngs. Latouche is the sweetest lovable puppy I have ever owned. This guy has the best temperament I have ever seen in a dog. He is a beautiful liver tri that retrieved a live quail to hand at just 12 weeks old. Latouche never fails to put a smile on my face everyday. He is doing well with his training. I believe it is best to let him be a puppy the first year before joining into field trialing. Should be fun watching him mature into a hunting dog. I plan to show him this spring. Tara is very friendly and is working hard to advance the trialing events for the breed.