Oakland Dog Boarding
One of our local Oakland dog boarding facilities specialize in Brittanys. I found out some stuff about these cute little. Brittanys are mostly white with orange or liver spots. Individuals can have spots in combinations of these colors. Some individuals also have black spots but this is contrary to breed standard. The coat is of moderate length, dense, flat, or wavy, with slight feathering on the ears and legs. Too much feathering is undesirable as it impedes the dog's work in thick brush. Show have their tails docked in some countries. The tails of working or companion are rarely left long. The breed is noted for being easy to train, sensitive, and sweet-natured. Many enthusiasts agree that it takes little more than a stern look or cross word to chastise a Brittany. As a consequence, care must be taken during training so as not to break the dog's spirit. Brittanys are excellent with children but they are an exuberant breed and if not well supervised may accidentally harm a small child. Brittanys get along well with other and enjoy working with other as a team. Many Brittany enthusiasts encourage new Brittany owners to be a two dog family. The are active and require frequent exercise and room to run. As pets Brittanys are first-rate companion but they do need plenty of exercise. Their outgoing nature makes them poor candidates for protectors. I don't know how many Brittanys there are in the Oakland area but this specific Oakland dog boarding facility seems to be doing ok. So there must be a good amount around these parts.