Club de l'Epagneul Breton
The French Brittany is different from The American Brittany; they vary in colors, size and temperament. They are not always recognized as a "Brittany" when found as strays at shelters, and some may slip through the cracks.
The goals of the CLUB de l' EPAGNEUL BRETON of the UNITED STATES, Inc Rescue are to educate shelters about the breed; to locate and rescue purebred French Brittany's from shelters and voluntary surrenders; to place them in foster care for rehabilitation and eventually in permanent homes; and to reduce the number of unwanted purebred dogs through education and rehabilitation.
Due to the fact that we are just getting started, we will be relying on both the American Brittany Rescue and the National Brittany Rescue to refer any French Brittany's to us for rescue, rehabilitation and adoption.
If you are interested in adopting a French Brittany, please complete and return the application form below. We can make contacts and see if any suitable dogs are available elsewhere.\If you are interested in being considered as a foster home or rehabilitation facility, please e-mail the rescue coordinator for more information.
IF YOU HAVE A FRENCH BRITTANY THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SURRENDER, PLEASE CONTACT THE RESCUE COORDINATOR BELOW.
The French Brittany dogs placed into the rescue and adoption programs may or may not hunt and may have special needs. Every effort will be made to match dogs with owners that can provide what they need, however no guarantees are implied.
Adoption Fees will apply to all dogs and will be based on the individual dogs available for adoption. Adoption fees will be used to offset the costs of acquiring dogs from shelters, transportation, medical needs and some administrative expenses.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application and return it to us as soon as possible. You may also contact Cindy Chase – French Brittany Gun Dog Association Rescue Coordinator at (715) 339-4539 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Feel free to e-mail or call if you have any questions.