Exploring the history and unique characteristics of the French Brittany.
We want demons in the field and angels at home.Jeff Ruiter – Trinity Kennels
Do you know the difference between a French Brittany and an American Brittany? Depending on who you ask, you’re likely to get varying answers. No matter your knowledge or interest in the breed we suspect you’ll learn something during our conversation with Jeff and Josh Ruiter of Trinity Kennels.
Home of the Epagneul Breton, French for Brittany Spaniel, Trinity Kennels produces and develops French Brittanys from field tested, champion bloodlines. In business for over 30 years, the father-son tandem of Jeff and Josh know pointing dogs and they’ve got plenty of real world upland experience to go along with it.
During our conversation we discuss the history of the French Brittany, some of the differences between them and American Brittanys as well as how the two distinct breeds came to be. We dive deeper into the dogs from Trinity Kennels and talk about the goals and evaluations standards that Jeff and Josh use in their breeding program at Trinity.
Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast to learn more about Trinity Kennels and the French Brittany.
About | Trinity Kennels
“Trinity Kennels has been around for over 30 years, and is committed to bringing in fresh bloodlines with champion ancestry. We are committed to serving you the customer by developing a “birdy” hunting dog, who is highly ambitious in the field, while maintaining a very family and child friendly dog who you would love to have in your home at night and in the field pointing a bird by sunrise.
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Nick Larson is the host and creator of the Project Upland Podcast. He and his family, which includes a pair of English setters, reside in Duluth, Minnesota. Naturally, his favorite pursuit is upland bird hunting. From the northern forests of the upper great lakes to the prairies of the west, he chases adventure across the uplands wherever his bird dogs and the people he meets inspire him to go.