Keep your Backyard a Safe Haven for Your Brittanys

Spring has sprung in Texas … happy news for your Brittanys, who will be spending more time sniffing and romping and rolling in the great outdoors. While longer days and warmer days make us happy, they can bring some risks to our Brittanys. Every seasonal change can bring dangers, but the Spring...

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Addie’s Puppies

Addie’s puppies born 2/28/2020.  Here are the rules:  You must submit your names in a group of 10 (8 Girls and 2 Boys).  The person whose group of names is selected will win a BRIT Beach Towel and a BRIT bottle bag! Let’s make this fun and come up with some great names for these puppies....

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Maggie and Merlin’s porcupine adventures!

A Quick Afternoon Hunt by Jeff Skoubo My two Brittanys, Maggie & Merlin, got settled down by the time we reached the ponds and working around the north side they had success finding a pheasant, but it flew behind the lone tree which didn’t provide a clear shot.  I did pay attention and got a...

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Cruz the pup found with multiple injuries

Young Cruz (est. 7 months old) was found in Central Texas by the police. He had multiple injuries including: broken tail, crushed elbow, and an eye condition called “Horner’s Syndrome.”  Horner’s syndrome is a condition that can occur in dogs and many other species....

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Beware of Copperhead Snakes!

Copperhead Snakes are on the move here in Texas so watch where you and your Brittanys step. We are seeing copperheads in established neighborhoods as well as in the country. Keep grass cut and your yard picked up so the snakes have fewer places to hide. Snake bites should be treated by...

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2020 Calendar Photo Submission Guidelines

Please follow these guidelines for photos:  Image must be of Brittanys ONLY (sorry no humans!) Image must be Horizontal/Landscape NOT Vertical/Portrait Acceptable photo formats are .jpg, .bmp, .png, .pdf Minimum pixel dimensions: 3300 px x 4200 px (Must be large enough to fill an 8.5x11in page...

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