We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
Submitted by: Douglas Sarver on Mar 08, 2019
I wanted to write and tell you how good my Tri-colored Biebel Brittany Parker is doing. He has really settled into our home and gets along with everyone! He and our Cavalier are best friends.
I have had him out hunting Chuckars and he holds a strong point and retrieves wonderfully!
He spent 4 weeks at the trainer, Gene Showers and here is a quote direct from the trainer..."I will tell you what, he is the best overall dog I have ever trained. His temperament and bird drive are second to none. That combination is difficult to come by."
Thanks for another great dog!
Submitted by: Robin on Feb 06, 2019
After I sent my previous message, I found the AKC application form you emailed me and completed it online. Ryker's full AKC name is "Biebel's Ryker on the Rock." The Rock is a nickname for Newfoundland.
Ryker is quite the handsome little fellow. He receives many compliments when we are out walking in the park. He is a barrel of fun and joy. A very loving puppy! We are very happy to have him in our lives and as part of our family.
Robin in Newfoundland Canada (almost closer to England than USA!
Submitted by: Robin S. on Feb 05, 2019
Hi Harold, How are you? We're fine here. Ryker's doing great! Loves playing with his toys and resting in the oddest of places. I attached a few recent pics of him.
Submitted by: Pat K. on Feb 05, 2019
Harold - Sounds like a good "Plan B". I am really trying to make Montana a part of my fall adventures. Hope the bird numbers rebound and you can make it. We are also watching ND and are in touch with a couple ranchers.
Here's wishing you a very good April. Have them install a grease fitting to facilitate those "long walks".
Dog training has been tough the last month - outings limited to 5-10 minutes, dogs moved into the garage and bird cover mostly snow covered. Tobey is making progress. We are shooting blanks over him during retrieving work and he retrieves to hand - most of the time. We have moved his fetch work from the bench to the barn and now to outdoors. He is steady to flush and working the field with good casts. He is pretty much over his fear of pointing but I am not ready for collar conditioning until his confidence level gets higher. Aren't hunting dogs fun to work with?
Stay warm my friend and stay in touch. Pat K
Submitted by: John Michael on Jan 09, 2019
Good morning and happy new year. I hope you are well. I have been meaning to send you a note regarding Boomer. If you recall, Boomer arrived in my care as a shy pup, reserved and could be skittish at times. He found comfort and shelter in his kennel where he would spend most of his day with the door open. However, he had good confidence once feet were on the ground in the field.
With that said, Boomer quickly began to come out of his shell literally and figuratively. He is a completely different dog these days. He is very social now, loves to be loved by most, and his confidence and abilities in the field have only amplified to soaring heights. I made the early assessment that he was very methodical and that he certainly is. He is a little bird finder! His name holds true. Boomer is light footed, aware of his surroundings, regal, proper, and respects the methods of upland hunting. Boomer's points are staunch for a Brittany, quarters naturally, and he whoas and honors like a pro. He has likely had 175-200 quail shot over him at this point. I am pleased with the little guy and love to watch him work in the field. He has assimilated with flying colors into our family and way of life.
I look forward to many more years with Boomer as a great asset to my dog team. Thanks for the opportunity to have a special little dog.
River Marsh & Co. LLC
Submitted by: Jeff and Renee on Jan 06, 2019
Hi Jeff and thanks for all the kind words. Yes we can help with flushing. Do you have an e-collar? Like the Garmin Delta I recommend? Harold.
Thank you for getting my friend and co-worker Brandon and Jessica Milhous set up with a Brittany from one of your associates! Biebel's Babbling Brook Moore has been such as great dog for us I share with everyone that will listen. So if I don't scoop up the recently finished dog you better believe I will be telling plenty more people about him. But back to my dog.
Brook retrieves well in the back yard but is having a hard time transitioning that to new places. I imagine I just need to take it slow and keep working at it. If you have any other advice I would appreciate it. I worked in some whistle training getting her to come on whistle command without much trouble. I recently took the next step and had her out a pheasant/quail/chukar preserve with quail and pheasant. For her first day out she did really well; she had no reaction to the shotgun over her. Another big step was her backing / honoring a more seasoned pointer later in the day. I attribute most of that to your superior blood line with the remaining bit to your advice on slow gun training.
Left to Brook's own she flushes every bird in the field without a chance for me to ever see them. She continues to lay chase to the bird until it is well off the property. If you have any advice on promoting pointing that would be another big step in her training. The preserve owner recommended letting her go at her age (May 5th 2017 litter) and continuing exposure to birds. I do plan to take her back to the preserve to get her on more live birds soon. What a great dog. I have attached a couple pictures of Brook's 1st hunt successes.
Thank you for raising such great dogs,
Jeff and Renee
Submitted by: Brian on Dec 23, 2018
Incredible! I have two Biebel Brittany’s and they are both absolutely incredible! Margo the youngest out of Huckleberry and Dixie (my first) is holding point and retrieving birds at only 5 months. Harold has been fantastic to work with and has become a very good friend.
Submitted by: Larry Reynolds on Dec 02, 2018
Remington is doing great first year on pheasants pointing honor points doing great
Submitted by: Elizabeth in Atlanta on Sep 20, 2018
Hi Harold. This photo is the dog we got from you for young Gerry. The pup is 5 now. Goes with Gerry to work in an office downtown , and points quail and retrieves dove , duck , quail and pheasant ! Another brilliant Biebel Brittany! He does it all. Thanks again. Elizabeth.
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Submitted by: Todd in Illinois on Sep 11, 2018
He has settled in nicely. He has picked up place training and all his house skills. He is a great running buddy ever morning. He and our lab are best friends. I had him out in the field yesterday doing some bird work and he did good.
We are getting the first round of cool weather, so all my dogs are full of energy and ready to chase birds.
Todd in Illinois