Walking on the Edge x When Legends Rise
Puppies from this litter were born on 2/4/23 and will be ready to head home on 4/1/23. They are guaranteed to be free of any genetic disease that causes death or serious impairment of vital functions for twelve months. We currently have three females available. If you are interested, please complete our Puppy Questionnaire.
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Walking on the Edge
Walking on the Edge is a frozen semen son of NAFC FC AFC Walker's Gunner. His five generation pedigree includes 16 Champions, 21 National Champions, and 18 inductees in the Brittany Field Trial Hall of Fame. Walking on the Edge is a very laid back, affectionate, people-oriented dog.
OFA Hips: Good
Click here to download a PDF of Walker's pedigree.
When Legends Rise
When Legends Rise "Easy" is the daughter of GFC GAFC FC AFC Piney Run Jake, the 2018 & 2019 Purina All Age Brittany of the Year. Her five generation pedigree includes 29 Champions, 7 National Champions, and 3 inductees in the Brittany Field Trial Hall of Fame. Easy is a spirited girl.
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How We Raise Our Puppies
Socialization: From the time our puppies are born they are surrounded with intriguing sights, smells, and sounds. From three days old to fourteen days old, puppies are gently massaged in order to stimulate brain development and familiarize them with human touch. At four weeks old, the puppies leave their whelping area and mother daily to play with toys. Once they have reached six to seven weeks old, they are introduced to situations such as playing with our grandchildren, interacting with our other Brittanys, and exploring our large fenced run area complete with a field and stream. At eight weeks old, they are ready to head to their new homes.
All of our socialization routines help make the puppy's transition into your home seamless and makes the process of training a fine gun dog (and pet!) a great deal easier. Our goal is to do as much as we can with your pup so that when they leave us, they will be a joy to train.