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About Lone Star Brittanys
We breed first for temperament and then natural abilities of the Brittany. If your looking for a great hunting companion look no further. We breed an own son of NFC/DC/AFC Gambler's Ace In The Hole and daughters of the Great Nolan's Last Bullet daughters as well as other great bloodlines. They are smart hunters, with the natural abilities expected in a Good Brittany! All of our pups are guaranteed in writing. Check out our website!
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James L. Morriss
Midland, Texas 79701
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 30 years.
432-559-1037Send Email to Lone Star BrittanysClick here to visit Lone Star Brittanys website
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Submitted by: Mont Eyler on Nov 09, 2013I had searched for several years to find the right Brittany. James took the time to not only talk with me on the phone, but to meet with me at his home prior to purchase and answer all of my questions. If you are looking for an incredible gun dog, with outstanding skills, James is who you need to talk to. Clara, who is now 4 months old, is not only an amazing bird dog, she's the most well tempered and intelligent Britt (or any other breed)I have ever owned. She's great to work with in the field, has TONS of style on point, and a work ethic that won't quit. James was a pleasure to work with, and I couldn't have asked for a better experience.
Submitted by: Calynne Cantu on Oct 26, 2013When we decided to get our first Brittany, we searched long to find the right breeder. James didn't disappoint us. He was friendly, patient, and helped us out with all our questions from start to finish, and even helped me pick out the right pup. Archer is just 3 months old now and so well behaved - and smart! - picks up commands like a charm. He even points and holds without any instruction, lol. The 2 day trip to bring him home was more than worth it. We couldn't be more pleased with our dog and know he is going to grow into a great family member. Thanks Lone Star Brittanys!!
Submitted by: Dave Warrick on Sep 25, 2013It was a 2,500-mile roundtrip from our home in Orange County CA to pick up "Rennie." No doubt there are some very good breeders closer to our home, but after visiting James Morriss on a business trip to Texas, we stopped looking elsewhere.
It was a pleasure doing business with James. From start to finish, we were confident he would deliver a healthy puppy we would love; and he would also help us prepare ourselves for our first Brittany pup.
Totally satisfied, and would certainly recommend to a friend.
Submitted by: Randy Rogers on Sep 02, 2013After some searching for a pup I was advised that James had a male from a litter in the bloodline (Nolan's Last Bullet) I was seeking. The transaction was smooth and I ended-up with a gregarious 43 pound Britt that loves to hunt. Luke, A.K.A. Lilly's Frozen Bullet, is nearing 18 months and has the opportunity to hunt California Quail in Oregon and Idaho, as well as Sharp Tail and Ruffed Grouse and Ptarmigain here in Alaska. He has an amazing nose and a beautiful point. I could not be happier.
Submitted by: bruce brenner on Mar 26, 2013Lola is now 7 months and a great dog...get complements all the time on how pretty she is. Very friendly and real smart . Happy I chose a top breeder like Jim
Submitted by: David Shearer on Feb 19, 2013I got a male pup from Mar 2012 liter. I have been working him on early release birds. At eleven months he is pointing , holding his birds and retrieving. Really has a lot of intensity on point. I couldn't more pleased. Thanks James
Submitted by: Sheryl Price on Dec 31, 2012Hi James,
Greetings from Dallas! I got Lady (Lady Ace Lone Star) from you back in June of 2011. She's now about a year and a half and is the most precious dog I could have ever imagined having. She is extrememly birdy, with strong natural hunting instincts, but is also the most affectionate and sweet dog I have ever known. I never could have imagined that she would be as wonderful as she is. I took her hunting for the first time this year, and she did great! I can't wait for more opportunities to take her out.
Anyway - I just wanted to say thank you for such a sweet dog, friend, and companion. She is truly the best dog I've ever come to know. I am so thankful for her.
Submitted by: TA Gibson on Oct 01, 2012Dear James,
Greetings from N. Dallas. I just wanted to share a couple photo's from what I am sure will be a historic hunting season. Ace and I went to hunt the Flying B ranch in Kamiah
(KAM -EE - I), Idaho. The terrain was a mix of field & stone, large igneous rocks, valley cut wheat, hill sides, and mountain pastures. Temperatures varied from 50' in am to 80' by 2pm.
Because of the heat, we decided to spell the dogs after lunch, using the lodges dogs. As the shade and cooler temps prevailed we brought our Brittany's out to hunt them on the last pass of the day. This being the first hunt of Ace's 2nd season I was especially keen to see if any Year 1 lessons would need to be reinforced. I was particularly interested to see how Ace's "retriever" training in the spring would manifest. While I worked with Ace all summer in the pool to reinforce "FETCH" commands, I had noticed that he really "played" and "chewed" his bumper.
In addition to the most beautiful surroundings western hunting can offer and the companionship of 2 great hunting friends, and the years first hunt my mind raced. Imagine my excitement when Ace took to the field like a dog on a mission. During our first pass Ace showed me why genetics are so important. Ace coursed back and forth, scented, pointed, held, was steady to shot, and raced to make a retrieve. His retrieves are especially enjoyable, once Ace has the game in his grasp, he is steady with -0- "mouthing" of his birds. Then Ace approaches completely to heel, and when my hand is opened, he gladly places the bird in hand.
During our first morning I was tempted to call a time out; just to love on Ace and tell him what a good boy he is. To Ace's credit; he continued to hunt. What a great hunt we had at the flying B both days. Every bird that was taken was found and Ace had an opportunity to hunt Pheasant, Mt. Quail, Chukkar, Huns, and Grouse. Even when my friends
32 lb female, that recently completed 30 days at camp, gave up the ghost; Ace kept plowing through mt. pastures covered in 4 ft grass & wheat. Ace showed no quit and honestly; picked up right where he let off after Yr 1. Close examination of Ace post hunt, showed grains in his eyes that we rinsed out, and a usual assortment of burs and stickers. His paws where worn but no cuts or tares.
When we returned to Dallas; Ace was glad to spend the next 2 days in his bed. Wow, what a hunt, what a dog, and what great memories. Thank you for all your time and dedication to our fine animals, Ace's training at Anderson's has showed consistent progress and success.
God bless you all!
Submitted by: Maggie Parsley on Sep 11, 2012Mr. Morriss was extremely helpful when I came to him to breed my Bitty to his Ace. She produced a litter of 9 very healthy pups. The pups are now 9 months old and I'm receiving excellent reports on all of them. Each new owner loves their pup very much and have all reported that the pups are very "birdy" I can't thank Mr. Morriss enough for all the extra effort he went to, in order for this breeding to be successful. The hospitality he and his wife showed me while I was in Midland was outstanding. The Morriss' actually took me to watch the air show while I was there. If you are looking for a great hunting companion, look no further. Mr. Morriss breeds a quality Brittany.
Thank you Mr. Morris for all your help, I hope to breed Bitty back to Ace soon. As I think we got a phenomenal litter.
Submitted by: Randy Rogers on Jun 01, 2012Wanted to report that Luke, now almost 12 weeks, is a very smart cookie, already very good with his discipline and pointing Grouse wings! His temperment around the family, including the young grandchildren, is excellent.