The Top 8 Most Adverse Brittany  Habits

Brittany Dogs

Understanding the habits of Brittany dogs is essential for effective training and management.

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Excessive Barking

Brittanys are prone to excessive barking, which can be bothersome to owners and neighbors.

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Separation Anxiety

Many Brittanys suffer from separation anxiety, leading to destructive behavior when left alone.

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Chewing

Brittanys have a strong chewing instinct, often causing damage to furniture and personal belongings.

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 Digging

Digging is a common habit among Brittanys, especially when they're bored or seeking attention.

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Jumping

Brittanys have a tendency to jump on people, which can be a nuisance and even dangerous, especially for children and the elderly.

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Pulling on Leash

Brittanys are known for their strength and may pull excessively on the leash during walks if not properly trained.

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Counter Surfing

Brittanys are notorious for counter surfing, often snatching food and items from countertops when unsupervised.

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