Here is just a short a list of several dog breeds with a history of being used for pointing: Pointer. German Longhaired Pointer. German Shorthaired Pointer. German Wirehaired Pointer. Pudelpointer. Pachon Navarro. Labrador Retriever. Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever.
The German Wirehaired Pointer's ancestor is the Pudelpointer, a crossbreed of the Pointer and the old German Pudel. Other breeds used to create the German Wirehaired Pointer include the Polish Water Dog, the German Shorthaired Pointer, the Stichelhaar, and the Griffon.
10 Things Only a German Shorthaired Pointer Owner Would Understand. They're a versatile sporting dog breed, retrievers on land or water, and of course, they're the most affectionate of companions. There's nothing you throw that your dog won't retrieve.
First, the German Shorthair sheds. More than that, he sheds dark and light hair, so it will show up on your clothes and furniture, no matter what color they are. The coarse hairs are often difficult to remove from upholstery and carpet. Seasonally, the German Shorthair has a heavier shed, called “blowing coat.”
This breed of smart, loyal, and active dogs, has a stunning multi-colored coat, expressive eyes, and big floppy ears. They have every quality you could possibly want in a great pet. German Shorthaired Pointers have an amiable temperament and personality and can make excellent family pets if given the proper attention.
The German shorthaired pointer is an excellent family dog, but is not content to sit around. Playful and intelligent, this dog needs ample daily exercise and access to a fairly sized yard. German shorthaired pointers are tougher than most sporting breeds and can hold its own against wild animals.
You should budget anywhere from $1,300 upwards to $5,500 or even more for a German Shorthaired Pointer with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all German Shorthaired Pointers sold is $700.
German Shorthaired Pointers are highly affectionate, cuddly dogs. They're perfect companions and tend to follow their owners from room to room, not wanting to be left out. This can lead to problems when the owner has to leave, however.
Top 10 Breeds for Ringnecks WIREHAIRED POINTING GRIFFON. GERMAN. SHORTHAIRED POINTER. ENGLISH COCKER SPANIEL. GOLDEN RETRIEVER. DEUTHSCH DRAHTHAAR/GERMAN WIREHAIRED POINTER. LABRADOR RETRIEVER. BRITTANY. ENGLISH SETTER.
Gun Dog Hall of Fame: The 20 Best Hunting Breeds to Hit the Field German Shorthaired Pointer. I'm not sure you could start this list off with any other dog. English Setter. Style, elegance and legacy are the words people associate with the English setter. Brittany Spaniel. German Wirehaired Pointer. Vizsla. English Pointer. Weimaraner. French Spaniel.
Breeds of gundog Bracco Italiano. The Bracco obviously stems from the old practice of mating hounds with gundogs in order to produce a type of pointing animal with extra stamina. Brittany. Chesapeake Bay Retriever. Cocker Spaniels. Curly Coated Retriever. Field Spaniels. German Shorthaired Pointer. German Wirehaired Pointer.
Affenpinscher. Barbet. Basset Hound. Black Russian Terrier. Border Collie. Boykin Spaniel. Bulldog. Cairn Terrier. Cockapoo. Collie. Dachshund. English Cocker Spaniel. Field Spaniel. German Pinscher. German Shorthaired Pointer. Harrier.
Westminster Dog Show: 11 Best in Show Winners “Flynn” the Bichon Frise. “Rumor” the German Shepherd. “CJ” the German Shorthaired Pointer. “Miss P” the 15-inch Beagle. “Sky” the Wire Fox Terrier. GCh. Banana Joe V Tani Kazari. “Joey” the Affenpinscher. GCh. Palacegarden Malachy.
There are 2 issues here: separation anxiety and separation anxiety in a German shorthaired pointer! These pointers need lots of energetic exercise. Without this exercise, they can become quite destructive.
While most canines can be trained to track down antlers, here are a few shed hunting dog breeds you can't go wrong with. Pointer. American Foxhound. Beagle. German Shorthaired Pointer. Bloodhound. Golden Retriever. Weimaraner. Pudelpointer.
The 15 Best Dog Breeds For Running credit: iStock/CreativeDream iStock/CreativeDream. First Up: Long-Distance Doggies. German Shepherd. Siberian Husky. Australian Shepherd. Golden Retriever. Rhodesian Ridgeback. German Shorthaired Pointer.
Next to hunting and running, German shorthaired pointers like to be with their family. They are playful and intelligent, and generally are good with other dogs and children. They make fairly good obedience pupils, although at times they are easily distracted by the call of the wild.
They shed a mild to a medium amount, compared to other breeds. Their coat sheds mostly in the spring and fall. In warmer climates, a German Shorthaired Pointer may shed consistently throughout the year. Regular and consistent grooming will help prevent hair from getting all over your home.
Shorthaired Pointers have a short, dense, sleek coat liver-colored coat that comes in either solid, or the GSP distinctive patterns of patched, ticked, or roan. Their skin is tight over their lean muscle, and their tails are docked by 60%. Dewclaws should be removed.
The Top Bird Dogs For Pheasant Hunting #1 One of the Best All-Around Bird Dogs: The German Shorthaired Pointer. Hunting Type: Pointer. #2 The Brittany. Hunting Type: Pointer. #3 The Boykin Spaniel. Hunting Type: Flusher. Another Tip: Boykin Spaniels typically have a longer coat. #4 The English Springer Spaniel.