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2024 BRIT Calendar – enter photos here

2024 BRIT Calendar – enter photos here

It's time to submit your photos for our BRIT 2024 Wall Calendar! The price to feature your Brittany for any given month is only $100! We also have.... Full-Page In Memoriam Tributes for $100 Front...

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The Adventures of Harper and Cash

The Adventures of Harper and Cash

In 2015 a family in South, TX adopted Harper who was 8 years old at the time. A few years later in 2019 they adopted Cash, a 4 month old Brittany boy. Unfortunately things changed in this family's...

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Happy 13th Birthday, BRIT (and Pattie!)

Happy 13th Birthday, BRIT (and Pattie!)

We are celebrating two big birthdays this month. BRIT is turning 13 and our founder, Pattie, is turning....let's just say one year older. :)  Donate to Pattie's personal fundraiser today:  [button...

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How does my Brittany get heartworms?

How does my Brittany get heartworms?

Q. How do animals get heartwoms?  A. Mosquito bites!  Heartworm disease is a serious disease that results in severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and death in pets, mainly dogs,...

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Beware the Danger of Corn on the Cob

Beware the Danger of Corn on the Cob

Many Brittanys love to chew on corn cobs...they taste salt, butter, and bits of corn and are fun to chew. However, please don't let them!  Real dangers exist and corn cobs are not recommended for...

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Fireworks and your Brittany

Fireworks and your Brittany

Why is your Brittany afraid of Fireworks? It has to do with the sharpness and the percussive sound of the fireworks and the random intervals. Your Brittany's ears are much more sensitive and they...

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Best Friends Fundraiser

Best Friends Fundraiser

Want to help more Texas Brittanys find their forever homes? Make a special Best Friend Donation and it will be doubled!
Thanks to a generous donor, every donation you make will be matched up to $1,000.

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Dangers of Porcupine Encounters

Dangers of Porcupine Encounters

Keep an eye out for porcupines! According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, these prickly creatures are expanding to new areas. These animals are native to Texas and are the second-largest...

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