Gilmore Brittanys - Owner Testimonials.
Gilmore Brittanys has provided many new owners with some of the best hunting companions they will ever have. We've received numerous updates from satisfied new owners about thier experiences with the dogs and Gilmore Brittanys. A few of them are posted below.
Submitted by Jim Johnson from Wi on Mar. 11
My mes pup is getting accustom to my dog babes
and his new home. We are bonding . We nemed him Rudi Chief.
Took him for a vet cheek, everything is fine. Want to thank
you for the great dog.
Submitted by J Frisch from WI
on Jan. 15, 2013:
We bought Browning from you last year in the spring. We wanted
to let you know he has been amazing. I have never trained a dog
before for hunting but he figured it out on his own. He points and
Thanks alot i attached a few
pictures for you.
Submitted by Dan from WI on Aug. 10, 2010:
This is Charley. Everything is going good. All his vet checks have been good. He's about 20 lbs now. He is doing pretty good with training, seems to be very "birdie". I'm looking forward to hunting season!
Submitted by Brent Cooper from WI on Aug. 12,
Puppy is doing great. He's full of energy. Very happy with
Submitted by Randy Hanson from WI on Aug.11,
been very happy with our "new" pup. We named him Remington. He
was ringing the bells to go outside within 2 days and
housebroken in the first week. He recently graduated puppy
obedience class and was a very quick learner. we have been
walking him about 3 miles a day and by the time we get him
home he finally starts to slow down. LOL. He has been a
FANTASTIC addition to our family!
Submitted by Janis Healy from WI on Aug.11,
is doing AWESOME!!! Full of energy (as expected), funny
as heck and a real love. In fact, our 3 year old
granddaughter calls him ‚€œsilly boy‚€Ě. J
just interrupted him playing with a water bottle to get you a
picture. He‚€™s REALLY little (like 25lbs). I keep
loosening his collar and asking him if that will make his head
get bigger. The bloodhound loves to wrestle with him and
the black and tan coonhound loves to play ‚€œmomma‚€Ě making sure
they don‚€™t get to rambunctious.
are the photos ‚€“ good lookin‚€™ Brit regardless of his
size. One‚€™s a little fuzzy ‚€“ he just doesn‚€™t stand
and Kent and Lililoo and Bella and‚€¶ HENRI
Submitted by Stephen Stacy From WI on Aug. 13,
doing great! Seems like it only took him a day or two
and he'd made himself part of the family. He and my
daughter Ella are good together and play nicely. Bird
training is coming along. Jackson has a great nose and
holds point well, he'll be a fine bird dog. Thanks for
paul Voelkel from IA on Aug. 11, 2013:
The pup is a pointing machine.
He is doing great and almost bigger than my female. Thanks for
setting me up with such a great dog. He is all natural
ability. We are going to be working with him to run some hunt
test. I will keep you posted on his progress. Thanks
Submitted by Susan Haufe from WI on Aug. 10,
Good Morning Kevin!
Oh she's doing great! We
LOVE her! Last Sunday she took up fishing at our cabin all on
her own (few pictures included). No quite as good as
Cassie was, but its not easy catching blue gill! You can see
she was getting the point down though! She's been pointing and
flushing out birds and cats in our yards. Especially at our
cabin. My dad is thinking of training her for hunting
since he is now retired. She's got such character though! She
loves to dig up our beach to look for roots. Yes roots.
Probably b/c I had to dig them out myself (we are not allowed
to rototill the beaches) and she figured out what I was doing
so started doing it too. And she loves to eat the snails in
the lake. Yuck! She is so great with kids which is such a good
thing with my family (another picture included). And is so
good around other dogs.
We have gotten so many
compliments on her looks. Even other Brittany owners have not
heard of the tri-color (I did mention your name and website
for them to check when they are ready to get another
Submitted by Ruth Howell from SD on may 21,
Just wanted to
send you some photos that I promised you. I picked up a puppy
back in December, around the 8th or 9th, 2011 and she is
great. These photos are all from April/May
She'll be hunting a lot this year! Great water
Submitted by Kirk Brien from WI on
Aug. 10, 2013:
He is doing great. I am looking
forward to hunting over him this
Thanks for such a great bird
Submitted by Randy Kirk from MN on Sep. 23,
My family and I are completely satisfied with
our two Brittany's we have from Gilmore Brittany's. We
purchased a male approximately two years ago. He has been an
excellent family dog, gets along great with kids, and is a
skilled hunting partner. With very little training, he points
pheasants like a pro. He is a handsome dog we constantly get
compliments on. Very recently, we have purchased a female
tri-colored Brittany from Gilmore Brittany's. She is
beautiful, has a great personality, and we are very pleased.
We cannot wait to see how she does hunting.
Submitted by Jeff Leverenz from WI on Oct.1,
be a bit early at 14 weeks to tell but, hunting must run deep in her
family tree. She has been fun to watch in the field and we
have seen to find plenty of birds.
Checkout the attached photos... I have a friend that
said he is calling you when his son is a bit older to get a
Brit after seeing her!!!
Submittted by Mike Ceslok from WI on Jan.12,
I had bought a dog from you about a year and half ago.
He is doing awesome more than I could of hoped for. He has an
outstanding nose and will hold point forever. Going to start
guiding hunts and running him in the bdc competitions. Thanks
again for a great dog
Mike and boomer
Submitted by Beth Geisler from WI on
Here is a picture of jake and our daughter
Laura. He is a year old today! BY FAR, the best dog either my
husband or I have ever had:) Thanks again!!!
Submitted by Randy K. From Hastings Minnesota On
Feb. 17, 2015
Our tri-color female, Bailey, is now a year and a
half old. She is full of energy and has quite the personality.
She gets along great with our older male Brittany, Tracker.
When it comes to hunting, she has an unbelievable nose and
proved herself to be an asset this past fall. Her unique
tri-color sets her apart in a crowd. We have gotten countless
compliments about her. We cannot say enough about the
temperament of your dogs! the make great family pets and
outstanding hunting companions.
Submitted by Monica Collins from California
On Feb. 11, 2015
the folks from California who picked up a little male Brittany
from you last summer with hopes of putting him in Search &
wanted to let you know how he is doing.
He is a
real character; very smart, playful, energetic & addicted
to his ball! But that probably describes most Brittays!
is Rudy & we have been teaching him basic obedience&
doing some hide & seek games. But this week he finally got
to participate in a session with CARDA, the California Rescue
Dog group that my husband Bob is working with. He was put
through some exercises to see how well he can search for an
individual in a controlled setting & he did great! For an
almost 10 month old, the experienced handlers were impressed
with his potential. He definitely has the right temperament
& energy level. Very happy to work!
Rudy have a great bond; Rudy cries for him every time he
leaves the house!!
just wanted to let you know how he's getting along & how
happy we are with him! We have passed along your name to
midwest family & friends who are interested in
attached a few pictures & a movie of Rudy in the
California hills having fun so you can see what a beautiful
boy he is!
let you know his progress in the coming months with the Search
& Rescue training.
Submitted Nonnoa and Joe From WI on Feb. 3,
It was a pleasure meeting
you and your wife and your beautiful dogs. We are still
working on a name for our new puppy. Our drive home was
uneventful because she either sat quietly or slept. We
did take a side trip to my oldest daughter‚€™s home to show her
off to our grandson and granddaughter. They liked the
puppy a lot. The puppy slept all night and didn‚€™t
even cry. Maybe tonight will be different because she is
quickly adapting to home life.
Our youngest daughter and
her family came over to visit the new puppy since they live
only a mile away. My granddaughter loved the
puppy!! She is used to big dogs since they have a black
lab mix and their other grandmother has huge labs. Brittanys are like midgets to her
Attached are a few
pictures. You can see our puppy is adjusting well.
for such a cute puppy.