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What is the difference between a french Brittany and an American Brittany?

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There are many differences between a French Brittany and an American Brittany. A French Brittany is a smaller dog than the American Brittany. The hunting style of these two dogs is very different as well. You will notice that an American Brittany is much milder in their temperament than the French Brittany.

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