The German Shorthaired Pointer
The German Shorthaired Pointer is one of the most versatile gun dogs we have ever had the pleasure to train or hunt with. We have been working with this breed for over 20 years now and they confirm to us on a daily basis why they are one of the most versatile breeds around. The German Shorthair Pointer is a very intelligent breed of bird dogs. Being capable to hunt prairie birds in the midwest with style and class. Then transition to hunting ducks in the cold of Michigan. We have seen these dogs hunt pheasant in South Dakota one day and then move to Quail in Kansas the next. Watching these dogs have the intelligence to range out and find birds in the short stuble of a bean field and then switch the next minute and hunt the thick cattails of a slew continually impresses me. This is one of the many reasons we have chosen to base our families lively hood around them. We love hunting with our dogs and being able to watch them hone there skills and instincts. They excitement that they demonstrate when hunting is so contagious. The German Shorthaired pointer continues to be a breed of choice for those pursuing different species of game all over the United States. Weather you hunt quail in the deserts of Arizona or the sharp-tail grouse on the plains of Wyoming or even pheasants in South Dakota this breed should deferentially be on your radar. Make sure you consider the German Shorthaired Pointer for your next hunting companion you wont be dissapointed.
Here is what the AKC says about the German Shorthaired Pointer! Check out there article in the link below.
“Male German Shorthaired Pointers stand between 23 and 25 inches at the shoulder and can weigh anywhere from 55 to 70 pounds; females are smaller in height and weight. The coat is solid liver (a reddish brown), or liver and white in distinctive patterns. Built to work long, hard days in the field or at the lake, GSPs are known for power, speed, agility, and endurance. The overall look is often described as “noble” and “aristocratic.”
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