Briarbuster Brittanys - Georgia American Brittany Breeders

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About Briarbuster Brittanys

The hardest working gentleman's hunting dog, Briarbuster Brittanys.

Now taking deposits on current litter born 12-26-16! 1 male and 2 females available. They are going fast! Deposits received on 6 puppies.   Please see website:

Bloodlines include: HOF, 32x NSTRA FC, AFC, Nolan's Last Bullet & NFC, FC, AFC, Shambo's Dark Shadow & NFC, DC, AFC, Tequila's Joker & nine other DC/FC/AFC titled dogs.  This is one of the top bloodlines in the country!  Pups will have 9 Hall of Fame Brittanys in their immediate bloodline!

Copies of pedigrees on Website:

Sire and Dam OFA certified that there is no evidence of hip or elbow displasia

I am a hunter first, and then a hobby breeder who raises just a few litters a year. As a hunter, I want to hunt over a dog who is wanting to please and easy to train with high prey/bird drive. Natural point and retrieve is a must have for a good bird dog. I have done my homework and researched the bloodlines to find the dogs that are my hunting companions. I found and purchased the best bloodlines with Hall of Fame dogs that are not only proven dogs, but are also proven producers of other great dog. I am breeding top AKC Field Champion lines to the top NSTRA lines. I breed and produce hard working, honest, wild bird, companion hunting Brittany, the best of both worlds. The hardest working gentleman's hunting dog.

All pups: Guaranteed (healthy, natural hunting ability, genetically sound), tails and dew claws done, UTD vaccines and worming, vet health cert if needed. 

Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Brittany
Breeder Contact Info
Steve Pickard
PO Box 859
Louisville, Georgia 30434
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 10 years.
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Testimonials (6)
Submitted by: JOE AND BLAIR on Apr 05, 2013
First of all I can't tell you how amazed we are with Riggins each and every day. He and I have now done over 150 miles on the Appalachian trail. Blair's Mom who has hated Dogs all her life watches Rigins when we have to work and snuggles him on the couch much to her entire families utter amazement. She even taught him to take trash over and place it in the bin.

Here is the best part...l took him out to my Families ranch in Idaho over Christmas and he even managed to show my Dad's Lab up several times, But here the kicker we were hunting Geese over water!!! He had two 50 yrd + swims on two retrieves.I swear the bird was bigger than him. Also My dad shot one goose that managed to land in the main current of the Snake River and of course my dad's lab jumped in and tried to swim after it quickly realized he could not swim fast enough. He gave up and swam ashore trying to climb up on the worst ice ledge possible. We spent over 20 mins trying to get my Dad's dog from drowning and back up on the ice. It was a real S#!# show When we finished dealing with that mess I noticed that Riggins was no where to be seen. Thank god there was snow on the ground because we were able to follow his tracks along the shore for a quarter mile and to our shock…There is Riggins, Standing on the opposite shore with a goose in his mouth, well he was really just holding up the head, we wasn't tall enough to actually hold the bird off the ground. We called him thinking he would jump in and swim across right there but he ran 200 yrd up the river and swam across at the slowest section of the river where there was very little ice and dropped the goose at my feet. It was simply amazing and now my Dad hasn't given me one once of Crap on why I would pick a Brittany over a lab.
Submitted by: Woody Jones on Mar 28, 2013
I run 2 Brittanys in NSTRA and have for at least 10 years. Steve and I often meet and run our dogs together. The new Mom (Shadow) not only is a sweet dog, but all go power. She simply works, works, works the whole time she is on the ground. Matching her up with Bullet was a good thing; only good dogs can come from that.
Submitted by: Sam Hathcock on Mar 28, 2013
I bought one of Steve's puppies two yrs ago after much thought and deliberation , because my expectations were so high....I have to admit , Colt(my pups name)was a startling/plesant surprise to me...First pup I had ever owned that was practically "gun broke" from the start(4mo) , backed naturally and held point naturally...I was amazed and still am...Now after his second full hunting season , training to steady him to wing and shot(and I Am Not a professional trainer)...His pups are great...Can't go wrong IMHO
Submitted by: Richard Garrett on Mar 28, 2013
After losing my lab I spent a long time deciding what breed I wanted to replace her with. I couldn't have made a better choice of breed or breeder/trainer. Steve chose my puppy Dixie from his litter based on what I wanted to do with her and how I wanted to live with her. He gave me a started dog that perfectly fits my lifestyle . She is great in the field and great around the house which is what I wanted. She's very smart and quick to learn and please. You can't find better dogs or breeder/trainer than Steve.
Submitted by: Gil Stacy on Mar 28, 2013
When my wife's cousin heard I was looking for a well-bred Brittany from hunting and field trial lines, Abbot recommended Steve. He has a male from one of Bullet's earlier litters. I couldn't be happier with Abby who is a litter mate to Sam's Colt. I hunted her in her first year, and I was both pleased and surprised with her instincts and drive. She is progressing to steady to wing and shot. She has hunted two seasons and I can't wait for next bird season. More importantly, she is a family dog of the first order and couldn't be more affectionate or sweeter.
Submitted by: Michael Pinkosky on Mar 26, 2013
What a great guy to deal! Super hunting dogs! Everything he said about this pup is true! Highly recommend!
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