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Breed Group: Sporting
Pointer

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Weight
Male: 55-75; Female: 45-65 lbs
Height
Male: 25-28; Female: 23-26 inches
Color(s)
liver, lemon, black, orange, either solid or mixed with white
Overview
This breed is very active and full of energy making him ideal for an owner that loves the outdoors. Very affectionate and intelligent, the Pointer makes an excellent hunting companion. Hunting instincts are usually always present in this breed.
Character
Friendly and energetic, this breed can also become very timid if not properly socialized at a young age. The Pointer can also prove difficult to train. As this breed has hunting instincts, it is not recommended for homes with small and passive animals.
Temperament
A very even-tempered and alert dog that generally loves to be around people. This dog makes a wonderful companion, but is not recommended for the average home. The Pointer does best in a field environment, but will also do well in a regular home providing he has an experienced handler and sufficient exercise.
Care
Firm bristle brushing occasionally will suffice for this very easy to groom breed. The Pointer generally only needs to be bathed once every six months as they are fairly clean. Average shedding, a wipe with a dry towel or a rubber brush will remove much of the loose hair.
Coat
The Pointer has a very short coat, which makes grooming a breeze. The coat should remain short, dense and smooth. The coat should also have a shiny appearance.
Training
The Pointer has a short attention span and should always have variety. Can be very willful and easily distracted so firm training is a must. Obedience classes at an early age are recommended.
Activity
The Pointer does best in a field environment and loves the outdoors. A very tireless breed, this dog requires extensive exercise or he can become destructive. Acreage is best.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Pointer puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

1/25/2013 9:21:05 AM

1/25/2013 9:21:05 AM

Is my pointer a hybred I have a 1 year old pointer mix blue noise Pittbull he is a very great dog and listens excellent he was trained in only 3 months but the half Pitt in him some times I think makes him stubborn or it could be the hound on him I never opened a hound before this and does any one know if the are hybred with bears because he will dry stop and point at any thing I hit hunting but he won't with bears????of a wolf shows. Teeth and I have to put it down ill see if he points at that but its illegal to shoot wolfs were I live for sport unless they threaten u its just weird when he turns over on his bak he looks just like a cub too

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Anonymous

Your dog is being submissive towards a predator that is larger then him. If you want to train him out of that, contact your local hunting trainer.
7/15/2014 1:47:49 PM

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11/4/2012 6:27:42 PM

11/4/2012 6:27:42 PM

we are adopting a pointer puppy on wednesday, we have a cat also, will the puppy get on with the... we are adopting a pointer puppy on wednesday, we have a cat also, will the puppy get on with the cat? also we need to know that its safe coming from this kennel, is there any signs to look out for? the cat is our main worry....

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He needs to go to a vet within 3 days of getting him. Make sure he is approved from a vet for being in a home. If the pup is raised with the cat, then the pup should be fine. But remember to allow the cat to have as much space high above to get away from the pup when he/she wants too.
7/15/2014 1:49:16 PM

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10/11/2012 2:32:05 PM

10/11/2012 2:32:05 PM

Is it safe to start taking my two months old German pointer puppy for a walk in the park when he... Is it safe to start taking my two months old German pointer puppy for a walk in the park when he doesn't have all his vaccinations yet?

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As long as the pup is on leash and you don't let him eat anything off of the ground then he is fine. Remember to wash his paws after as well and to make sure he drinks water only from your home until he has the rest of his shots. If he is to interact with any other dogs, ask and make sure they are up to date on their vaccinations.
7/15/2014 1:50:32 PM

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8/28/2012 11:44:09 AM

8/28/2012 11:44:09 AM

I have a 4 month old GSP. He jumps on the kids a lot and they tell him "No" with a loud tone and... I have a 4 month old GSP. He jumps on the kids a lot and they tell him "No" with a loud tone and they will push him down or away. And he'll come right back and jump again. He won't do it to my wife or I. Both of us have been more agressive or foreceful. I can just call out his name, walk over to him, or snap my finger and look at him and he'll sit, lay down, or walk away. But with the kids he'll continue to jump, or bite on their shorts/shirts, even walk up behind them and bite their clothes. How can we stop this behavior with the kids? Also, we have been crate training and he's been doing real well with this. But recently he's peed in the house a few times and we are consistent with taking him outside. I'm wondering if he's marking his territory. Thanks.

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He is marking his territory. Make sure you clean it up with an enzyme cleaner. As for the training with your children, you must train the puppy that it is not okay to jump up on the kids. Once the kids say no to the dog, you must go over and reinforce the behavior to show the dog that the kids are above the dog as well. Contact your local Positive Reinforcement trainer for more help/advice.
7/15/2014 1:52:22 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/30/2012 3:58:19 PM

6/30/2012 3:58:19 PM

I have adopted a pointer...small dog mix and she is great EXCEPT she loves to nip at my fingers... I have adopted a pointer...small dog mix and she is great EXCEPT she loves to nip at my fingers and face (in between kisses). she also bites my clothing as I walk. How can I stop her because her teeth are like razors.

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Yo have to correct your pointer every time. Use positive reinforcement when she doesn't nip you. Lavish her with praise when she is good. Give her a firm no immediately and consistently when she nips.
7/29/2012 10:24:49 AM

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6/13/2012 1:17:54 AM

6/13/2012 1:17:54 AM

I have pair of pointer puppies. Age four weeks. How can I feed them? Their mother has died I have pair of pointer puppies. Age four weeks. How can I feed them? Their mother has died

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Anonymous

Contact your vet, he/she can give you some milk replacement.
7/15/2014 1:52:47 PM

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3/6/2012 5:32:32 AM

3/6/2012 5:32:32 AM

I have a 3 months old pointer male dog, when i'm with him to love him he puts my arm or my leg... I have a 3 months old pointer male dog, when i'm with him to love him he puts my arm or my leg in his mouth.... what is the reason???? Does he bite me because he is young..????

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Anonymous

Puppies explore with their mouths. Contact your local positive reinforcement trainer for classes and advice on puppy training.
7/15/2014 1:53:28 PM

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1/9/2012 10:13:34 AM

1/9/2012 10:13:34 AM

I just adopted an 8 month old male pointer puppy. For the time being while I'm at work I am... I just adopted an 8 month old male pointer puppy. For the time being while I'm at work I am crating him, coming home at lunch to walk him and take him to our mini "puppy park" to run after work...will that suffice for adequate exercise until the weekends? Also, he hasn't tried to harm my kitty, but he does growl and "spring" at them...is this just being a puppy and he'll grow out of it or am I to keep them separated for life? Thanks!!! Jennifer

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Anonymous

It's been a month and he and the kittys play....if you're consistant with a dog, they know how to act. All I do is say easy and he plays with not tries to "hunt" the kittys.
2/7/2012 5:28:28 PM

Anonymous

I have to disagree, I adopted a full grown pointer 2 years ago that had been severely neglected. We have 3 cats and she never harasses them. Obviously not all dogs will be the same. But you must use positive reinforcement when your dog acts accordingly around your cat. I will say that my Pointer is a smidge possessive but I make sure to praise her and pet her with my free hand when I'm loving on my cats. If your dog makes any unwanted gestures towards your cat or rough houses, correct quickly with a firm authoritative no. Pointers can be bossy if you are not a firm yet gentle leader. Best of luck!
7/29/2012 10:30:43 AM

Anonymous asked:

10/5/2011 4:24:31 PM

10/5/2011 4:24:31 PM

I adopted a 4 year old pointer. Is it easy to teach him to go without a leash? I adopted a 4 year old pointer. Is it easy to teach him to go without a leash?

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Anonymous

I think it should be easy, I'd follow the basic "come" command at close range with a dog whistle-and if you choose you could use a remote collar to later allow the dog to be able to run off-leash using the dog whisle(collar if necessary) to call the dog back. -my pointer really needs to run quite a bit off leash daily.
12/23/2011 5:33:14 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/18/2011 8:09:05 AM

9/18/2011 8:09:05 AM

Do english pointer puppies develop more spots as they age? Do english pointer puppies develop more spots as they age?

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Anonymous

HI, I have a 1 year old pointer and yes when he was a puppy he had little spots but now he has alot of spots.
2/29/2012 7:38:36 PM

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