2. Temperament

Although the breed is known for its sweet disposition, Brittany spaniels are somewhat sensitive. They are, therefore, not well-suited for noisy homes or families with several high-energy children. However, the Brittany spaniel tends to be happy and gentle, making it a good fit for families with older children. Due to its history as a hunting dog, the Brittany spaniel is alert and well-attuned to what is going on in its environment. This breed is neither shy nor aggressive, giving it the ideal temperament for a companion animal.

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