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About Brittany

The Brittany is a versatile and energetic dog that comes from the northwestern region of France, which is also known as Brittany. They date back to the 17th century and have been working dogs since then. While many consider them spaniels, they are actually more related to Setters and other pointing dog breeds. Experts suspect that it was bred by combining the English pointers and French Spaniels. Their versatility comes from the fact that the peasants who kept them needed a dog with diverse functions. Over time, its popularity has grown, and they have been adopted by people from other nations. They are also known as the French Brittany and the Brittany Spaniel.

Physical Traits


Hunting birds e.g ducks, pheasants, etc, companions



Litter size

1 to 11 puppies but 6 on average


Triangular, droopy ears with feathering and forward folds

Legs as long as the body is

Wedge-shaped head with thick eyebrows and chiseled skull above the nose

Long muzzle with scissor bite


17 to 20 inches


30 to 40 pounds


Dense coat with flat or wavy hair


White and liver, white and orange, black and white, roan, tricolors


12 to 13 years

The Brittany’s Temperament

  1. Patient - they are known for being very patient with other animals and children.
  2. Friendly - they cannot be good guard dogs as they will welcome thieves into your home.
  3. High energy - these pups are very energetic and need regular exercise and playtime.
  4. Sensitive - they do not respond well to shouting or harsh commands. As such, positive reinforcement is encouraged, and you are advised to ignore negative behavior.
  5. Intelligent - they can grasp commands with ease, which helps in their role as working dogs.
  6. Fun loving - they are very lively and will enjoy playtime with their families.
  7. Need training - since they are sensitive, they may urinate when frightened or excited.

If you are not seeking a 1 year old Brittany spaniel for sale on Craigslist, another dog that shares a similar temperament is the English Setter

Caring For The Brittany

1. Proper Meals and Nutrition

This breed should consume foods like:

  • Quality dog food
  • Meats, e. g beef, chicken, lamb, fish, pork etc.
  • Vegetables, e. g carrots, cucumbers, cabbages, collard greens, bell peppers, celery, peas, green beans, beets, potatoes, etc.
  • Fruit, e. g blackberries, bananas, strawberries, cranberries, mango, peaches, etc.
  • Grains e .g, rice, quinoa
  • Water
  • Supplements, e.g. glucosamine, turmeric, chondroitin, MSM (Methylsulfonlymethane), etc.

A breed with similar needs is the German Shorthaired pointer.

2. Physical Exercise

Since they are high-energy, they need to engage in lots of exercises. You can take them on runs, long walks, hikes, swimming, or involve them in dog sports. At least an hour daily is necessary to keep them fit and mentally active. You may take them to a park or center that allows access to animals and play with other pups as well, but be careful to avoid the spread of disease.

3. Grooming and Hygiene

Unlike other breeds, they do not have a thick coat. Hence they do not need a lot of grooming. They are easy to maintain and only need brushing every few days to remove dead fur and dirt. For this, you can use a pin brush, bristle brush, or hand glove. However, you may hire a professional groomer to keep them looking pristine, especially if your pet is involved in sporting competitions.

4. Allergies The Brittany May Suffer

Brittanys suffer from allergies like atopy (itchy skin), vomiting, diarrhea, and excessive shedding, among others. This occurs when exposed to substances like corn, wheat, probiotics, chocolate, pollen, dust, soy, and other common allergens that may affect dogs. For these reasons, be sure to check for such items before your pet comes home if you are seeking Brittany puppies for sale.

5. Potential Health Risks

Brittany is at risk of illnesses like:

  • Hip dysplasia
  • Luxating patella
  • Hemophilia
  • Skin allergies
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Cerebellar ataxia
  • Cancer
  • Cleft lip palate
  • Dental problems e. g oligodontia, malocclusion
  • Epilepsy
  • Eye problems, e.g., cataracts, retinal dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, glaucoma, and more

Every dog needs vaccinations to prevent certain diseases. This dog in particular, needs vaccines for rabies, distemper, adenovirus, canine parvovirus, and parainfluenza. They also need tests such as an ophthalmologist evaluation and a hip evaluation. However, they may be more depending on your vet’s recommendation.

While we have Brittany puppies for sale, we also list out the potential health risks for other breeds, such as the Irish Setter

Where To Find A Brittany Dog For Sale

The Brittany is a good breed, and it is no wonder that they are popular. However, if you are new to this, it may be hard to know where to find your new pet, even after you search for Brittany spaniel puppies for sale near me or Brittany dogs for sale if you would prefer an adult dog.

Well, worry not, because we have several listings for these cute pups on our site. Simply sign up today and contact these dog owners to choose your next pet. If you would like a friend for your puppy, consider the Labrador retriever, which is related to Brittany. 

Pros and Cons of The Brittany


  • Obedient
  • Easy to groom
  • Enthusiastic and fun to be around
  • Good with children and families


  • Sensitive and easily stressed
  • Suffer from separation anxiety
  • Hyperactive if not given enough exercise

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the price of a Brittany dog?

A Brittany puppy is $500 to $1000, and an adult dog from the age of 1 or 2 years is $500 to $3500.

2. When do Brittany Spaniels calm down?

These pups can be hyper and can remain this way until they are about 2 years of age because they mature slower than other breeds. To calm your puppy down, take them on a long walk or play with them.

3. Are Brittany's dogs loud?

Yes. This breed is prone to excess barking and restlessness hence why it is so important to give them exercise and proper socialization. If this happens, be patient, form a consistent schedule, and don’t yell at them since they view this as you joining their barking.

4. Can dogs smell disease in humans?

Yes. They have highly sensitive noses and can detect hormonal changes and the smell diseases emit. This is especially true for the Brittany, which was historically used to hunt birds; hence they have a good nose. As such, they can be trained to detect diseases that tests might not notice at first.

5. Why is my dog peeing?

They may have kidney or bladder problems, which you should get checked out by a vet. However, it may be submissive urination which is caused by fear. Some puppies outgrow this, but you should avoid being harsh and yelling as it may trigger this behavior.

6. Can you groom a dog at home?

Yes, if they do not have a skin problem. After acquiring a grooming kit, you should brush them, clean their teeth, trim their nails, bathe them, clean their ears, brush their fur, and clip any excess fur.


In summary, the Brittany is a hunting dog native to France that has grown in popularity due to its agility and friendliness. They are medium-sized and have low-maintenance grooming needs. This breed is also good with children; hence they are popular amongst families. As such, many dog lovers seek out using terms like 1 year old Brittany spaniel for sale Craigslist. It may be hard to find these dogs from reputable vendors, but you can find them on our site from several owners. Therefore, if you are seeking Brittany spaniel puppies for sale near me, sign up and meet your new pet today.