OUR BRITTANYS ARE BRED TO HUNT HARD AND POINT HARD!
Piney Run dogs have proven themselves to be successful field trial dogs, plantation dogs and dogs for serious bird hunters. We breed to a “field” standard and look for intelligence and natural ability. Many of our males are 40-50 lbs and are big strong athletic one-hour dogs. Most of our females average around 35 lbs. They are attractively gaited one-hour dogs. Our pups are white and orange and vary in coloring and markings. What they all have in common is they are bred to be good bird dogs.
Owned and operated by Martha Greenlee since 1991, Piney Run Kennel is located near South Hill, VA. We are involved in all aspects of bird dogs including breeding, training, field trialing, bird hunting and managing our training grounds for quail habitat.
We are home to three National Champions including NAFC/FC/AFC Piney Run Sam, NFC/FC/AFC Piney Run Art and 2016 AKC Pointing Breed Gun Dog Champion NGDC Piney Run Lily. We are especially proud of Lily for besting a field of 77 of the top pointing dogs in the country at Ames Plantation, Grand Junction, TN. Please click here to read an article by David A. Webb about Ames Plantation and Lily’s win.
We are very proud of GFC/GAFC/FC/AFC Piney Run Jake and his owner Kent Patterson for winning the 2018 and 2019 Purina All Age Brittany of the Year Award, which is presented to the top All Age Brittany in the country. What an accomplishment! Recently Jake’s son Piney Run White Lightning was Runner-up in the prestigious Victoria National for owner John Chejne and handler Scott Johnson. The Victoria National is the only one-hour Derby stake for Brittanys and is recognized as an American Field Championship.