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Brittany

Also referred to as Brittany Spaniel or Epagneul Breton

Find some great facts about this breed. Learn about the average
height & weight, the typical colorings & temperments, plus information
about their activity level, age expectancy, typical health concerns & more!

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Brittany Spaniel

All About Brittany

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Average Height & Weight

The Brittany is considered a MEDIUM dog based on the average height and weight.

 

Males – Height: 17.5 to 20.5 inches.

Weight: 30 to 40 pounds.

Females – Height: 17.5 to 20.5 inches.

Weight: 30 to 40 pounds.

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Brittany Spaniel

 

Typical Coloring

The Brittany are commonly orange and white or liver and white.

 

 

 

Temperament

Like most hunting dogs, the Brittany are independent and curious, but good at following directions from their owners. They are eager workers and love to play, with a cheerful disposition that makes them fun to be around.

 

 

 

Activity Level

This high-energy breed requires a good amount of daily exercise. A short walk is not enough for the Brittany; they need at least an hour of vigorous activity daily. If they don’t get this stimulation, they can become destructive. Because they are so active, they are better suited to houses than smaller apartments or townhouses.

 

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Breed Characteristics

 

 

Age Expectancy

12 to 13 years

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Known Breed-Related Health Issues

The most common health concern for the Brittany is canine hip dysplasia. Epilepsy and lipfold pyoderma are less common but still occur within the breed, while spinal paralysis is seen occasionally.

 

 

 

Ideal Climates for this Breed

Brittany have a medium tolerance for hot and cold climates.

 

 

Brittany Spaniel

 

Family Orientation
(good with kids, or other pets?)

The Brittany make good family pets so long as they are given sufficient mental and physical stimulation; otherwise they can be difficult with children, other dogs and household pets.

 

 

 

Fun Facts  

 

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