Brittany Spaniel Question

Is the Brittany Spaniel able to live out doors in Pa temps anywhere from 0 too 100 degrees?


Is the Brittany Spaniel able to live out doors in Pa temps anywhere from 0 too 100 degrees?

    In Brittany Spaniel - Asked by Anonymous - 10/29/2012 12:41:58 PM
Absolutely not! Brittany's are loving people animals and will be very unhappy in a cage. In your home and interacting with you, your children and other pets is where they thrive. They are in fact true hunters but a lonely existence is their worst enemy. An active family, loving home with a good size yard and a lake or stream for a swim is where a Brit belongs. They are not a dog that belongs in a prison but they will do flips to win your approval. I have had many dogs but none quite as easy to live with as a Brittany. Mine would protect me to her death but would prefer to not hurt a flea. Mice, chipmunks, squirrels and birds are not safe unless they are raised together. I have black bears behind my home every day but they know better than to come in my yard because my 36 pound female Brittany will have them up a tree in a minute. Absolutely fearless in every sense of the term! The best all around dog and companion I have ever had and she will hunt for dinner.
    Answered by Anonymous - 11/9/2012 11:34:03 PM


I would concur with the above answer, but I would like to add that they are a very resilient dog. Morgan did quite well here in Vermont throughout the year no matter how hot or cold and absalutely loved to be in the field. Companionship is key though. They are not a dog to be locked up in a cage.
    Answered by Anonymous - 4/9/2013 11:27:53 AM