Liver/White Female Brittany

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Liver/White Female Brittany

  Michael Sadler

  MO-United States



I've thought long and hard about this, as I have never parted with a hunting companion. But it is in her best interest so I'm going to see what kind of response I get. I have a female liver/white Brittany that I have had since a pup, she will be 9 this June 2016. Her name is Coco. AKC registered, spayed, has been in the house before but only while whelping two litters. Before I moved to southern MO I hunted her a lot on quail and pheasants in South Dakota and northern MO. She hasn't hunted in about 3 years, but the last time I had her out she was finding and pointing/holding on three coveys of quail and the following singles we found. She is typical female, requires a soft hand, but listens very well. I have moved and life changes haven't allowed me to hunt her, and won't in the near future. She is a smaller female, and living outside could use a good bath and grooming. She is an absolute sweetheart, great with people and kids. Not good around kittens, but fine around adult cats. She HAS retrieved downed birds before but not normally. I think this is because my dominant male always tried taking them from her when she was younger so she stopped trying. I live on a farm but can't let her run loose due to a nearby highway. She stays free behind a wireless pet fence, but I can't stand seeing such a good dog not be hunted anymore. This is NOT about the money, but I don't know of any other way to ensure she only goes to a very good loving home, that knows about the breed and will hopefully hunt her. I am asking $250 for her. Yes she is 9 years old, born on June 13, 2007, but she has lots of energy and gets around great. I had her spayed because about 5 minutes after she eats she sometimes has about 5 seconds of stomach cramps that quickly subside. They never show up or affect her at any other time. She is current on all shots and the vet hasn't expressed any concern over the issue. It showed up after her last litter, about 4 years ago. If you are looking for a good dog, with an outstanding nose that knows how to use it, Coco may be for you. Call or text 660-281-2569