Welcome to the Washington Brittany Club
We hope you’ll find a great deal of useful information about our club, our events, and all things Brittany. Please check back regularly as we constantly add new information. For any questions, comments, or general inquiry, visit the Contact us page.
The Washington Brittany Club was formed by six people on August 11, 1954. Subsequently the club has been sanctioned by our parent club (American Brittany Club) the American Kennel Club, and recognized as a non-profit organization by the state of Washington. Since then, the club has conducted field trials, specialty shows, hunt tests and other activities for Brittany enthusiasts in the Northwest. We have met some challenges over the years--some of them seemed insurmountable. But our club survived them all, and has evolved into what it is today: a progressive organization which embraces Brittany lovers who want to become actively involved with, and willing to promote the club’s objectives. We, the members of the Washington Brittany Club, are proud of our 60 year history, and invite you to be an active part of our future.
Goals and objectives
- Promoting cooperation and friendship among both breeders and owners of Brittanys.
- Encouraging higher standards in breeding, training and showing of Brittanys in the field and show ring.
- Sponsoring and conducting events such as field trials, hunt tests, and speciality shows so Brittanys can achieve field, hunt and show championship titles.
- Discouraging the breed from splitting into groups of “field dogs” and “show dogs”-- striving forever to keep it a dual-purpose dog.
- Supporting activities that encourage Brittany owners to become more involved in club activities, and promote the breed’s primary objectives.
- Cooperating with other clubs, organizations, and groups for wildlife conservation and wildlife areas; maintaining existing event grounds, and developing future event grounds.