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1. Cascade "Cascade"
2. Big Sandy "Sandy"
4. Levanna "Anna"
5. Clovis "Clovis"
6. Folsom "Folsom"
7. Elko "Elko"
Please remember, we are Brittany Fans! but, not great photographers... :^)
Levanna is a small to medium sized, thin,
triangular lanceolate arrowhead with
generally a concave and
occasionally a straight base. These points
are nearly as wide as they are long and
are generally thin and well made. In more
slender specimens, the length varies from
about one and one third to one and one
half times the width. About seventy
percent of the time the point will be an
equilateral triangle. The remainder of the
population could be described as broad
isosceles triangles. Edges are usually
straight but can occasionally be incurvate, excurvate or recurvate. More than
eighty percent of specimens will show a
basal concavity, often to a marked degree
and nearly V-shaped in a few examples which
produce prominent corner barbs or auricles.
The remaining 20 percent have straight
bases. The point has
wide distribution especially in New York,
Connecticut, northern New Jersey,
northeastern Pennsylvania, most of New
England, Southern Ontario, and into the
middle Atlantic states at least as far
south as Virginia. Levannas are usually
made from local materials, flints, cherts,
quartzites and siltstones. The Levanna is
considered a characteristic arrow point of
the Owasco culture. The
Levanna can range in size from 22 mm to 76
mm. The average size range is between 32
mm to 44 mm in length and the typical
thickness is 9 mm. The point was named in
1928 by William A. Ritchie for the Levanna
site in Cayuga County, New York.
|Puppy #4 BRITTANY PUPPIES Past Litters Back to Lithic Points Litter|
|4-5-15 - Day 47: Weight: 3376g.
The pups are continuing to grow and mature
nicely. They all like to play tug-o war with
|3-29-15 - Day 40: Weight: 2704g. The pups are enjoying more space out in the dog room. They are an alert, happy, perky bunch!|
|3-22-15 - Day 33: Weight:
2046g. The pups are getting really playful
now! From now on is a good time to come see
|3-15-15 - Day 26: Weight: 1764g. Their noses are darkening in, they are real fat but, starting to be quite active in short bursts.|
I'm so sleepy...
Let's see how Todd tastes today!
|3-8-15 - Day 19: Weight: 1328g. Their eyes are just starting to open and their nose pigment is coming in well. They are quite chubby!! :-)|
|3-1-15 - Day 12: Weight: 882g. Shirley is holding them with her famous Moose Jacket on. Happy March 1st!!|
|2-22-15 - Day 5: Weight: 484g. Held by our friend and neighbor Shirley who visits our dogs daily and gives them lots of attention.|
Just a few hours after birth on 2-17-15.
Weight on 2-17-15: 310g Description: girl with the most color, standard head.
Orange and white Brittanys are born with very light colored spots and blue eyes (eyes are of course, closed at birth). The spots and eyes will darken over time to the same color as the parents.
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Brittanys have not been called the "Brittany Spaniel" since the 1980's.
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