German Pointers

Braque Allemand

Main features

  • average pursuit
  • strong setting
  • sturdy, staying, swift
  • a bit stubborn
  • strong attachment to his master

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This attractive hunting dog was developed in the XVIIth century to fulfill the needs of a dog capable of hunting all sorts of game on all sorts of terrains, as well as on land as in the water.

In Germany, where it's called Kurzhaar, it's known to be an excellent pointer, retriever and tracker as well as a good guardian and compagnon.

The first Kurzhaars were heavier and slower than nowadays. They were a cross-breed of the Spanish Pointer and the Bloodhound. Afterwards, to obtain a dog with a better smell, the blood of the English pointer was added.

It is a sturdy, an actif and a brave dog, its short hair hard and dense, its colours white and liver, roan or plain liver. It needs little care but its ears must be examined regularly and if needed cleaned carefully. The race adapts itself very well to family life, in the city as well as on the country side. It has a lot of energy, so give it much exercise.

Locate us

Élevage de l'Étang du Vert - Stockbreeding & Boarding Kennel - Pointer Specialist - is in Banon (04)
in the Alpes de Haute Provence, in the triangle of Sisteron, Aix-en-Provence and Apt, near Manosque and Forcalquier.
See also the roadmap.

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