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Breed Split - Update

The American Brittany Club (ABC) recently convened its annual meeting, with an agenda topic about potentially formalizing a breed split between the American Brittany and the Epagneul Breton (French Brittany). We're thrilled to announce that the proposal do was rejected, signifying a momentous win for the Epagneul Breton. We extend our gratitude to all EB enthusiasts and supporters of working dogs who advocated for maintaining the status quo.



Understanding the Journey: A 5-Part Series


For those unfamiliar with the topic, we've crafted a comprehensive 5-part series delving into the history, key influencers, and reasons behind safeguarding the breed through upholding the existing status quo at the ABC. Dive into Part 1 to explore more.


Continued Vigilance


While celebrating this achievement, the CEB-US remains steadfast in its dedicated oversight of the Epagneul Breton. Recognizing ongoing threats that could potentially dilute the breed's essence rooted in over a century of French bird dog heritage, our commitment to safeguarding it remains resolute.


Contributing to the Cause


How can you assist? Joining and supporting the CEB-US amplifies our collective voice, fortifying a unified message. [Join now!] Besides membership, whether you're an avid upland enthusiast, participating in dog evaluation events like trials, hunt tests, agility, etc., or simply relishing the companionship of these extraordinary dogs, grasping the essence of what defines an EB ensures responsibility and accountability within the breed's community. While the CEB-US is responsible for ongoing education and resource provision for the breed, we urge you to leverage these resources in guiding the breed's path forward. Remember, while all dogs are exceptional, not all hold the distinction of being an Epagneul Breton. Advocating for the breed and disseminating its story underscores why it stands as the foremost pointing breed.


Honoring Devotion


The EB community comprises fiercely loyal individuals who deeply value the breed's distinctive characteristics. As the national breed club, we're profoundly moved by your unwavering enthusiasm and affection for the breed. We reaffirm our commitment to fulfilling our mission statement: protecting and promoting the Epagneul Breton.

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