11/04/2010 22:15

Willlie: second place win...

Willie's won 2nd out of 23 in the Open All-Age at the Indian Nations Brittany Club's spring field trial on April 1, 2010. This is the last trial until fall. He is now in very serious training for his CDX obedience title.
24/01/2010 16:16

Willie does it again!

Willie wins 2nd place in the Open All-Age stake at the Fort Worth Brittany Club trial on January 22, 2010 to add another adult placement to his wins.
10/01/2010 22:55

"Willie wins Open All-Age points"

Willie won the Open All-Age stake at the Texas Coastal Brittany Club trial on November 6, 2009.  He also won 2nd place in the Open Gun Dog stake .  He now has seven of the ten points required for a Field Champion title.
17/10/2009 18:19

Willie won Open Gun Dog stake

We were really excited yesterday when Willie won the Open Gun Dog stake at the Fort Worth Brittany Club trial.  This is his first adult placement and was long overdue.  Sadly, there were only 4 Brittanys run in the stake.  We received 1 point and he now has 14 field trial...
07/07/2009 10:58

Willie receives his CD!

Congrats to our Lafayette Kinmont Willie!  Willie completed his Companion Dog (CD) in three straight shows in Oklahoma City on July 26 through July 28, 2009.  He beat 47 dogs during the 3 days.
28/02/2009 08:14

Baron pups born

Pups by Baron and Becassier Dottie (OFA Good) were whelped on June 28, 2009.  The owner is Steve Pellessier of Lafayette, Louisiana. Email for more information:
09/11/2008 23:00

AKC Brittany Breed Standard

Brittany Breed Standard Sporting Group General Appearance A compact, closely knit dog of medium size, a leggy dog having the appearance, as well as the agility, of a great ground coverer. Strong, vigorous, energetic and quick of movement. Ruggedness, without clumsiness, is a characteristic of the...
09/11/2008 19:45

Right Breed for You?

The Brittany is strong, quick and agile, requiring exercise and activity to occupy his body and mind. He is a happy and alert dog who possesses willing attitude. Regular brushing is important, but their shorter coats need minimal maintenance. If you are considering purchasing a Brittany puppy,...
09/11/2008 19:44

A Look Back

The Brittany was named for the French province where it originated, but records of its development are largely lost. There is a great deal of resemblance between the Brittany and Welsh Springer Spaniel, which leads many people to believe that the two breeds share the same ancestors. It is possible...
05/11/2008 06:18

Website launched

Our new website has been launched today.  Our new website is just starting up.  Please check back with us often as we share with you all the exciting news with Lafayette Britts!


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DC Lafayette Border Baron UDX2 MH

Baron is a medium size Brittany with clear white color and deep orange markings.  He is a superb bird finder that runs to the extreme limits of a gun dog race.  He has excelled in three levels of AKC competition - field, show and obedience.  Baron is the rare dog that can do many different tasks successfully at the same time.


Baron's AKC Titles


Field Champion

Dual Champion

Companion Dog

Companion Dog Excellent

Utility Dog

Utility Dog Excellent

Utility Dog Excellent 2

Junior Hunter

Senior Hunter


Master Hunter


November 5, 1997


Mary Louisa Smith







OFA Excellent



Orange and White

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Bobby and Sue Armstrong

The Brittany is a medium-sized, leggy, dual-purpose dog, equally suited for sport and companionship. According to AKCĀ® Registration Statistics, it has surged in popularity in the last 50 years due to its talents as both a hunting and show dog. Originally called the Brittany Spaniel, it is now referred to simply as the Brittany, as its hunting style more closely resembles that of pointing breeds. Its dense, flat or wavy coat can be orange and white or liver and white in either clear or roan patterns.


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