Club Information

Officers & Contact Info

About the GBC


2014 Spring January Field Trial

2013 Fall Dec. 22 Field Trial

Brittany Breeders

Waypoint Brittanys
Ammos Brittanys
Carter Brittany Kennels
Dogwood Hollow Brittanys
Rival Kennels of Georgia
Illusion Kennels
Thomas Brittanys

Field Trial Pictures and Reports:
Fall Nov. 2012 Trial Results
Spring Jan. 2012 Results
Fall Nov. 2011 Trial Results
Fall 2007 Field Trial Photos
Spring 2007 Trial Results
Spring 2006 Trial Results
Spring 2005 Trial Results
Spring 2004 Field Trial Report and Results


Field Trials - Definition

It's Just My Opinion

American Brittany Club Web Site

Soneridge Kennels / Ben Lorenson - Bird Dog / Field Trial Training

Lindley kennels
Home of Maurice Lindley
Bird Dog Training

Cedar Valley Farms & Kennels - Field Trial Training, Campaigning, Breeding

Cold Creek Horses and Pointing Dogs - Fine Gaited Horses and Field Trial Training - Never lose your dog!

Music City Brittany Club

Ray Dohse's Eshod Farm
Brittany Rescue Groups:

American Brittany Rescue

National Brittany Rescue and Adoption

Mid-Atlantic Brittany Rescue

Dog Politics Links:

Dog Politics - Get Involved

About the Georgia Brittany Club

National specialty clubs (also called parent clubs) represent fanciers of a single breed. The AKC approves only one national club for each breed and for Brittany's this is the American Brittany Club (ABC).
The Objective and purpose of the ABC is to promote cooperation and friendship among the breedes and owners of Brittanys and to encourage higher standards in breeding, training in the field and the show ring; to discourage the breed from becoming split into groups of "field dogs" and "show dogs" and to strive to keep it forever a "dual dog".

The ABC is also a recognized breed sponsor by the American Field, the oldest pointing dog breed registry in the U.S.. The ABC primrily holds dog shows, spcialty shows, and field trial championships.
The Georgia Brittany Club (GBC) is one of many regional Brittany clubs operating under the rules and regulations of the ABC. The GBC operates under an approved constitution with bylaws approved by the ABC and thus the AKC. The officers of the club are listed on this website. The GBC was formed by a diverse group of dog lovers who share the common interest of raising, training, breeding and competing with Brittanys. There are currently about 35 members in the club.
In the GBC's history we have held both performance and conformation events. Our regular events include a fall and a spring field trial which take place over several days and consists of a number of different stakes. These field trial events draw as many as 100 entries. Our web site acts as the primary means of distributing club news, events, and general information. Field trial premiums are also mailed out to those who request such.
Membership in the Georgia Brittany Club carries and automatic membership in the American Brittany Club. Cost is $30.00 for 1 year, $60.00 for 2 years and $90.00 for 3 years at the time of this writing. The easiest method of becoming a member is to visit the American Brittany Club Website.  Membership includes the monthly magazine of the American Brittany Club which includes news, event announcements and results, and articles.
If you have any questions about the Georgia Brittany Club please contact us via our contact page. We will do the best we can to answer you.