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Dragonfly Pekingese 

Warbonnet Brittanys
Todd Breitenfeldt and Sari Breitenfeldt Dersam
P.O. Box 883
Whitehall, MT 59759
406-498-5236  -  Email: toddb8877@gmail.com

Dragonfly Pekingese
Jan & Todd Breitenfeldt
P.O. Box 883
Whitehall, MT 59759
406-498-3459  -  Email: jzbreit@gmail.com
Wyndy Best Of Breed
"Dual Quality Do-It-All Family Brittanys For The Hunter"

Kismet Best Of Breed
"Friendly, Classy Pekingese"

Welcome to the web site of Warbonnet Brittanys!
  Hello, I am Todd and I grew up with those wonderful do-it-all family hunting dogs we call Brittanys!!  I have owned, hunted, and enjoyed Brittanys with my Father in Eastern Washington since I was a youngster in the 1960's.  I moved to Montana in 1976 and started breeding an occasional litter of Brittanys in 1984.  Now my family and I live, hunt, exercise, field trial, show, hunt test, hike, rally, fly fish, agility, etc., etc., with our fine furry Brittany friends here in Whitehall, Montana.   We also breed an occasional litter of Brittany puppies from OFA (hip) certified Dual Quality Brittany bloodlines that can HUNT!  HAPPY HUNTERS/FAMILY  We are a Brittany breeder of Merit and occasionally have Brittany Puppies for sale. We are active members of the MONTANA BRITTANY CLUB and THE AMERICAN BRITTANY CLUB.  

We hope this web site will educate you about Brittanys, us, and the many ways you can enjoy one of these fine little dogs.  TB & Family.

AKC Breeder of Merit

Dancer and Todd with two limits of sage grouse, 9-2-2020.  Dancer is still recovering from her Dancer x Wyatt litter of pups, but hunted well.  The Britt on the right is KD who belongs to Jo Ann (who is taking the photo).

Dune (Buggy) at 7 months.  Sort of ungroomed and has not lost (blown) her puppy coat yet.

Above: Our newest addition "Dune" Warbonnet Wynd Swept Dunes, at 11 weeks of age.  They get leggy at this teenybopper stage.  Below: Dune at 8 weeks of age.  From:
Turah x Oudi Puppy Page 

20 litters: Sorry, we are not accepting deposits at this time.  All pups for 2020 are reserved or off to their new homes.  We will probably not be having any litters in 2021.

Feel free to call and chat.  Updated: 10/29/2020.

1. Dancer x Wyatt 
More puppy photos and info. at: Dancer x Wyatt Page Puppy Page
This litter is all reserved and off to their new homes!

  Arnie, 7 weeks old on 7-16-2020.

2. Turah x Oudi - All reserved and off to their new homes!  7-13-2020: Turah had 6 pups, 3 girls and 3 boys.  Link to: Turah x Oudi Puppy Page   

Pup Lucy, seven weeks old on 8-31-20.
3. Belle x Hobey  -  Belle x Hobey Puppy Page 
Belle whelped 7 pups on 8-24-2020.  Seven girls and 1 boy. 
All reserved and off to their new homes.

Cloak, 5 weeks old. 9-28-20.
  See our Brittany Puppies Page for the most up-to-date information.

Cody (Turah x Tempo) earning his AKC Rally Intermediate (RI) title on a windy day, 10-2020.

A Dancer x Oudi 2019 Puppy doing what Brittanys do!

Junior (pup name Chester) out of Dancer x Chief enjoying winter sports in California.  Britts do it all!

Intensity on point at 8 weeks old!  A Turah x Tempo pup, July 2019.

April, 2019 hunt test ribbons.  We passed 15 out of 16 JH runs at the Montana Brittany Club hunt test near Billings.  L-R: Belle, Turah, Dancer, Breez.

July 2019.  Five generations of Warbonnet Brittanys. 
L-R: Amber, Tanta, Belle, Turah, Maggie, Dancer, Breez, Kintla.  Photo by Tommie Dahl. 
The 5 generations area:
1. Maggie, 15 yrs. old.
2. Maggie's pup Breez, 8 yrs. old.
3. Breez's pup Dancer, 5 yrs. old.
4. Dancer's pup Belle, 2 yrs. old.
5. Belle's pups Amber and Tanta, 8 weeks old.

Turah and Kintla are out of our Dual Champion Rye, brother to Breez.  We Co-own Kintla with Tommie, Elkhorn Mountain Brittanys.

Happy 2020 New Pup Owners:



Excellent/Good News!

Belle's hips came back OFA Excellent, Elbows Normal.
Turah's hips are OFA Good, Elbows Normal.

Turah is a new Grand Champion as of Sept., 2018.  Now we can concentrate on hunting!!

Belle and a sage grouse she pointed 9-2-18.

Belle is a new Champion as of June, 2018.  Now we can concentrate on the field!

Kintla earning her Championship, June 2019.
She is a new Grand Champion as of Sept., 2019!

Kintla, our newest pup earning 2nd money female at the 2019 Central Futurity in Colorado March, 2019.
We co-own her with Tommie of Elkhorn Mountain Brittanys where she spends most of her time. 
Kintla is out of our Dual Champion Rye, and Tommie's GCHB Tipsy.

Todd with Belle (Dancer x Ned, 2016) winning the AWD at the California Brittany Club field trial January, 2018.  The next day Belle took 3rd in the Junior Class at the American Brittany Club Western Futurity show.

Etta, very into her birds...  from Dancer Dancer x Ned.

Lexi at 13 months, a Dancer & Ned pup.
From her owner: "She is a natural!  Very little training required.  She has been an excellent dog.  Very smart, kind, loyal protective, (rarely leaves my side).  She has kept us entertained a lot!  We couldn't have asked for a better girl. "

Great day for Skye (Warbonnet & Campbell's Skye's The Limit) at the Northern California Brittany Club Field Trial winning the Open Derby, Open Puppy and Amateur Walking Puppy stakes, Sept. 2017.  Skye (pup name Annie) is out of Dancer & Ned.

Belle (left) and Turah on point during a hot July '17 training session.

Driggs (2015 Breez x Arrow, Lithic Points Litter) at the lake.

Five generations of Warbonnet Brittanys!

1. Right: Wyndy, 15.5 yrs. old.  [Wyndy died at age 16 in Oct. 2017]
2. Lying down: Wyndy's daughter Maggie, 12 yrs. old.
3. Left: Maggie's daughter Breez, 6 yrs. old.
4. Top: Breez's daughter Dancer, 3 yrs. old.
5. Second from top: Dancer's daughter Belle, 6 mo. old.
Third from top: Turah, out of Breez's brother Rye, 5 mo. old.
April, 2017

Warbonnet Brittanys (2 generations pictured here) find birds everywhere!  Fall, 2016.

Warbonnet Brittanys know how to find birds!  Thus is Quinn who belongs to Thatcher in Idaho.  10-16-16.

Breez and Todd with a limit of WA pheasants, Dec. 2015.  We were hunting with my 85 yr. old Father in 7 degrees, 15 inches of crusted show in SE WA.  Breez is carrying Arrow pups in this photo.

Rex (pup name Clovis), from Breez x Arrow 2015 litter winning 1st place in the puppy stake in his first field trial in WA.  Congrats to the happy owners and Rex!!

Indy (Maggie x Quinn) earned 1st money male and best of opposite at the American Brittany Club Western Futurity on January 5th, 2015 in AZ.
Dancer on her first pheasant hunt.  She pointed and fetched several roosters.  Not bad for 7 months old!
Dancer is out of: Breez x Quinn

At Stud

DC Warbonnet's Orion In The Big Sky, JH
OFA Excellent
 Co-owned by: Melody Edwards, Todd Breitenfeldt & Sari Breitenfeldt [Sari is pronounced like Kerry but with an "S" rather than a "K"]  All proud members of the Montana Brittany Club.  http://montanabc.org/
Bred by: Todd and Sari  -   By: 2xNAGDC, DC, AFC Clyde's Double Trouble x CH Warbonnet Golden Magpie, JH. Handled to his CH by my daughter Sari. Handled to his pup and derby FC points and JH by Melody. Handled to the 2011 Western Futurity Dual Dog Award by Sari and Melody.

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Humans L to R: Wrangler and Todd
Dogs L to R: Meadow and Breez
A late Dec. 2013 pheasant hunt on a VERY cold Hi-Line day.

Hunt Test Sisters Spring 2012
L To R: Humans: Jim and Z.  Britts: Ruby, Ida and Breez.  All from Maggie x Dubb.  Hunt test ribbons 3-2012, ID.  A snowy and rainy weekend.  Ruby belongs to Jim, we co-own Ida with Jim and Breez is ours.  March, 2012.

(L to R) Humans: Todd and Wrangler.  Britts: daughter Breez (7 mo.), Momma Maggie, and Grandmother Wyndy (10 yrs.) with a mess of Montana High-Line pheasants, 10-2011.

Melody and Sari with Rye at the 2011 Western Futurity.  Rye earned the Dual Dog Award!


Skye with a Brittany puppy!

Jan Breitenfeldt

Jan (Janice) Marie Breitenfeldt was born in Wolf Point, Montana on June 10th, 1957 to Dorothy and Leo Zimmer.  She was tragically killed May 19th, 2019 in a vehicle accident along with her daughter, Skye Breitenfeldt, while returning home to Whitehall from an American Kennel Club (AKC) conformation dog show in Logan, UT.

Jan is survived by her husband of 30 years Todd Breitenfeldt, son Matthew Combs of Billings, MT, daughter Sari (Breitenfeldt) Dersam of Laramie, WY, and mother Dorothy Zimmer of Wolf Point, MT.  She was the oldest of 7 siblings including brothers James Zimmer of Anchorage, AK, Tim Zimmer of Oswego, MT, Bill Zimmer of Park City, MT, and Loren Zimmer of Wolf Point, MT, and sisters Mary (Zimmer) Beil of Reed Point, MT, and Teresa (Zimmer) Jones of Hinsdale, MT.  Also Todd’s parents Dorvan and Diane Breitenfeldt of Cheney, WA, and sisters Cathy (Breitenfeldt) Smith of Medical Lake, WA, and Lisa Breitenfeldt of East Valley, WA, as well as her special friend Judie Lucas of New Meadows, ID.

            Jan grew up riding horses on the ranch and as the oldest sibling was very involved in taking care of her rambunctious younger siblings.  She graduated from Wolf Point High School where she was active in Drama and excelled in academics.  Jan earned a degree in Pharmacy from the University of Montana, Missoula.  She worked as a pharmacist in several Montana locations including St. James Community Hospital, Butte and Whitehall Drug, Whitehall.  She enjoyed all aspects of the pharmacy profession but loved hospital pharmacy and compounding the best.  For the past decade she worked as a relief pharmacist throughout Montana so she could schedule working around dog shows which were her passion.  In recent years she spent most of her work time at Option Care in Bozeman and Driscoll Drug in Butte.

            Jan enjoyed machine knitting, playing the violin and piano, shopping, auctions, and was a voracious reader.  She loved to learn new subjects and was currently studying violin on-line and was creating on-line classes.  Jan was a superb cook and loved to bake.  Tradition was very important to her.  Her holiday meals, baked goods and caramels are legendary and her cooking at events such as AKC pointing dog field trials was a sure crowd pleaser.  An engrossing hobby for Jan was soap making (soaping).  Many of her artistically designed and intriguingly scented soaps looked “good enough to eat”.  Her unscented soaps and shampoos were very appreciated by family and friends during big game season.  Jan also liked snow skiing and enjoyed traveling.  She and her husband Todd lead EF Educational Tours involving high school students to locations including Mexico, several European tours, and Egypt.

            Jan’s true passion was showing and breeding Pekingese dogs, as well as mentoring others with dog showing.  Several of her Pekes are ranked nationally in AKC dog showing and advanced to Bronze and Silver level Grand Championships.  She also bred and owned Oscar, the smallest known Pekingese to earn an AKC Championship and Grand Championship.  Jan was a member of the Helena Kennel Club and the Montana Brittany Club (MTBC) and served as the secretary of several MTBC Field Trials and most recently of an MTBC pointing dog Hunt Test near Billings in April.  Jan was well known and respected in the dog show world.  Her presence and beautiful Pekingese will be sorely missed at dog shows throughout the west.

            Jan was a quiet, modest person who was fiercely loyal to family and friends.  Jan was appalled at the “current divisive political climate in this great country.”  She was disappointed in extremism on both ends of the spectrum.  Jan advocated for “fair, compassionate, reasonable, cooperative, science-based decision making.”

            The family offers a special Thank You to the wonderful Whitehall community and to the many superb people who reached out and offered support.

            Jan will be deeply, deeply missed by all whose lives she touched.

Skye Lynn Breitenfeldt

Skye was born March 19, 1990 in Butte, MT. She was tragically killed May 19th, 2019 in a vehicle accident along with her mother, Jan Breitenfeldt, while returning home to Whitehall from an American Kennel Club (AKC) conformation dog show in Logan, UT. Skye lived her whole wonderful life in Whitehall, MT.  She was born with Down syndrome (trisomy-21), a reversed heart and several other heart defects.  She had a challenging start to life but grew into an amazing lady.  Skye and her parents were involved in the Down Syndrome Support Group of Butte for a number of years.

Skye is survived by her father Todd Breitenfeldt of Whitehall, MT, brother Matthew Combs of Billings, MT, sister Sari (Breitenfeldt) Dersam of Laramie, WY, grandparents Dorothy Zimmer of Wolf Point, MT, and Dorvan and Diane Breitenfeldt of Cheney, WA.
               Skye attended Whitehall Schools and graduated from High School in 2008, where she received high quality special education and wonderful support from the school staff and her peers. She had been working at Butte Sheltered Workshop (BSW) separating donated clothing, and she was living with her parents in Whitehall. Skye enjoyed all the activities provided by BSW including bowling, shopping, dances, going to the YMCA, etc. She loved to shop for DVDs, music, jewelry, hats, and sweaters. She loved to buy gifts for her family and friends. She very much appreciated the BSW community and all the people who worked there.

Skye was active in Special Olympics and liked to do walking, bocce ball, basketball, bowling, and especially snowshoeing. When she was younger Skye participated in the Whitehall O-mok-see horse events, downhill skiing, fishing at Ruby Reservoir, and camping. She always loved to travel, especially to visit her many relatives. Skye had a knack for immediately falling asleep at the beginning of any car trip. One of her favorite trips was her family’s tour to France, England, Scotland, and Ireland in 2005. She loved to dye her hair and have her fingernails painted vibrant colors. She liked to sign her “full” name, Skye Lynn Miss Pie Breitenfeldt, in permanent ink on almost anything around the house. Skye truly enjoyed her music, eating her mother’s special meals, holidays, and watching her extensive collection of DVDs.

Skye, like her mother, had a passion for participating in American Kennel Club (AKC) conformation dog shows and mastered the skills that it took to handle Pekingese dogs in the show ring. She would often draw a crowd and an applause while showing. She loved her Pekingese and regularly helped with their care. Her favorite way to celebrate after showing her dogs was to visit both the shopping and food vendors at the show. She would tour around the dog show grounds and would sometimes stop and dance her own little private dance of joy. Skye was always a positive member of the dog show community and will be sorely missed at the shows that she regularly attended throughout the west.

The family would like to thank the Whitehall community, BSW community, dog show community, pointing dog community, biological weed control community, and friends and relatives for the wonderful outpouring of support and comfort.

Skye was a quiet, unassuming person with kind soul and gentle heart. She loved family, peace and quiet, and her own safe environment and routines. Skye lovingly kept track of her calendar by crossing off each passing day and inscribing all birthdays and important events. Her favorite person in the world was her big brother, Matt, and she very much adored her aunts, uncles, and cousins.

The next time you watch an AKC dog show, please think of Skye.


There will be several high quality Pekingese litters produced under the Dragonfly Pekingese name in honor of Jan and Skye...  Todd, June, 2019.

Welcome to Dragonfly Pekingese!  
    Hello, I am Jan and I have owned Pekingese for a number of years.   My daughter Skye and I really enjoy showing Pekingese!  Pekingese dogs were originally from China and were brought to England in the 1860's.  From there they have spread so that all can enjoy these beautiful little dogs.  The AKC recognized them in 1906 and the Pekingese Club of America was founded in 1909. 
    If you are thinking of purchasing a Pekingese, please carefully research their needs.  Then asses your desire and ability to care for one.  We enjoy their wonderful, individual personalities and fun loving nature!  JB & Family.
Jesse, Sophie and Oscar
April, 2017

Oscar and Sophie are litter mates.
Oscar is what is called a "sleeve" sized Pekingese weighing in at a strapping 2.5 lbs.  He may be the smallest Champion in recorded history...

GCH Dragonfly Ticked To Amore
Rated in the top 5 in the Nation in Peke Grand Champion points and #1 bitch.
As of Oct., 2014.

Skye showing Lexi in Helena, MT Sept. 2014.

GCH Dragonfly Sparkling Imagination
[pup name Holly]  Out of Senza and Tommy.
WON Pekingese Winners Bitch AND an Award of Merit at the Westminster dog show  2-10-14.

Myka earns Best of Breed and more Grand Championship show points with Jan handling.  June, 2013.

Skye is very happy to earn a Major Win with Lexi!  June, 2013.

Cookie earns a Major Win with Skye handling.  We co-own Cookie with good friend Shirley.  June, 2013.

Jan earns a Major Win with Lexi, June, 2013.

Skye and Cookie earn a Major Win in Montana.  June, 2013.

Skye finishes Cookie's show Championship!  Great Falls, MT, June, 2013.

Myka earns her Grand Championship at the Enumclaw, WA Pekingese Specialties August, 2012.  Sari is handling.

Senza, the number one AKC Grand Champion show pointed Pekingese bitch in the Nation for 2011.

Skye in the Show Ring

Funny: Wyndy's Oily Situation
Brittanys have not been called the "Brittany Spaniel" since the 1980's.

Warbonnet Brittanys Puppy Contract - Choosing A Brittany - Breeders Code Of Ethics - I Want A Brittany - Responsible Breeders - Breed Standard - American Brittany Rescue - A Responsible Breeder Should 

When Jan and I met and married, we each had our select dog breed.  Jan Pekingese and I Brittanys.  Just a couple of "Dog Folk" I guess <lol>.
It is surprising how well these breeds get along with each other!
Todd  :^)