We are excited to announce not one, but two American Brittany litters coming soon. Our field proven, AKC titled and OFA GOOD female, Kenya Karamojo Bell JH was bred to Twenty Grand Pete this past week and we are expecting a litter on the ground mid-April. The dam, Kenya, is a proven hunter and has thrown some fantastic puppies in the past. Cove Mountain Kennels has had the privilege of training with 5 of these pups from her previous litters and they were all great dogs and absolutely the most trainable dogs our kennel has seen. We can provide references. Kenya’s grandpa is Nolan’s Last Bullet, arguably the best Brittany ever. Her mother’s side is covered with blood out of NFC DC AFC Tequila’s Joker and other field champions. She is a pistol in the field and a pleasure to be around at home. She is stylish, fast and covers ground well. She hunts medium range, but will range in for grouse in the thick stuff or range further for sharptails on the prairie.
Also, Karamojo’s Dragon Tattoo JH (Stella, Kenya’s full sister) was also bred two weeks ago to Pete. This is rare for us to have two litters so close as we are only breeding two dams and their cycles are 6 months and 9 months. Stella is a pleasure to hunt with and a pleasure to be around. She was extremely trainable and is a great bird finder with a lot of style.
The sire of this litters, Pete, has the most stacked pedigree I have ever seen. This, combined with his excellent hunting skills, exceptional retrieving skills, and calm, even temperament, are why we chose him as a sire. Pete is a son of DC AFC Grand Junction Jake out of Illinois. In Pete’s five generation pedigree, there are 35 AKC field champions (FC). 10 of those are dual champions (DC). 9 of those are national field champion (NFC or AFC). There are also 8 show champions (CH) and a few AKC hunt test titled dogs as well. That is some serious blood for hunting and confirmation.
We breed for hunting/pointing, trainability and companionship. These dogs make hunting companion dogs or field trial prospects. We prefer hunting or field trialing homes, but sometimes make exceptions to individuals and families with an active and outdoorsy lifestyle.
Pups would be ready to go seven-eight weeks after that, sometime around mid-early June. We are located near Pocatello, Idaho. Scroll down for pics of other litters and the dam. We are currently accepting deposits. Give us a call at 314-954-5424 (Nick) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info, to set up a litter pick or to just talk Brits.