German Shorthaired Pointer
Kurzhaar German History and Braque dog would be derived from the common root of all retrievers, the dog Oysel, later called ” est Dog ”, used for hunting birds and nets for hawking. These pointers reached the German princely courts via France, Spain and Flanders. Contributions of foreign blood by crosses with Spanish Shorthaired Pointers, Pointers and the Italian Hounds took place. The current model exists from 1880. In France, the club of the breed was established in 1958. It is the most famous German Shorthaired Pointers and retriever most used in the world. Education Strong, tough, strong, fast, it’s a cross galloper who does not fear the cold, and hunting on any terrain. Hunting dog par excellence, primarily retriever. Its primary purpose is the pen plain or wood. It can be used for research in the blood of wounded game. Brimming with enthusiasm but balanced and obedient, it has character and can be stubborn. Attached to his master, adoring children, it is a pleasant companion. It keeps well, but it is not aggressive. It must receive a strong education. Tips It adapts to city life but needs space and exercise. Long daily trips are necessary. Regular brushing. Monitor ears. Using Hound. Pet dog. Description (1995) Head: Lean, well defined, neither too light nor too heavy. Rather broad skull, slightly domed. Moderately defined stop. Chamfer slightly convex. Muzzle long, wide, thick and powerful. Truffle brown or flesh in dogs with white dress. Powerful jaws. Adjusted lips well pigmented. Ears: Set high, of medium length, rounded at the tip, fall without turning, flat, along the sides of the head. Eyes: Medium size, dark brown. Body: Slightly elongated. Muscular neck without dewlap. Marked withers. Higher than broad chest. Well sprung ribs. Kidney short, broad, muscular. Members: Muscular, strong bone. Rounded feet. Finger tight. Strong pads. Tail: Set high, strong at the base, tapering gradually. Docked by about half for hunting. At rest, it is pending. In action, it is carried horizontally. Hair: Short (kurzhaar = pile), tight, dry, hard to the touch. Colour: Brown, unmarked. Brown with small white marks or flecks on the chest and limbs. Dark brown roan with brown head, brown patches or specks (inconspicuous dress appreciated hunting). Light brown roan with brown head, brown patches or specks or without plates. White with brown head markings, brown patches or specks. Black, with the same shades in the color or roan. Tan markings are permissible. A list or a white ball with speckled lips are allowed. Size: Male: from 62 to 66 cm. Female: from 58 to 63 cm. Weight: 25 to 32 kg.
HUNGARIAN BRAQUE Other names: Vizsla (shorthaired, wirehaired) Country of origin: Hungary History There are two varieties: variety haired (rövidszöru) the oldest. Among his ancestors we count the Hungarian Hound, yellow dog Turks, the Saluki. The first specimens of the current conformation appeared early in the eighteenth century. Other hunting dogs provided a blood supply as the German Braque. She was recognized by the FCI in 1938. The variety haired (Drotszoru). It dates back to the 30. It would have crossed the short-haired Pointer German Wirehaired Pointer with. It also cites among his ancestors, the Weimaraner, the retriever of Transylvania. This variety is very rare in France. Crosses between these two varieties are prohibited. Lively temperament Education, with a great adaptability and excellent nose is enjoyed on difficult terrain. He does not fear the heat. His quest is not extensive, driving to his master, the stop is net, it pays well and is a good swimmer. The short-haired variety, having a faster gallop, will be preferred in the plains. The variety haired, good for small game including woodcock is worth looking at the large blood wounded game. Balanced, it is very comfortable in a family. His education will be firm but gently. Tips It needs space and exercise. Regular brushing. Monitor ears. Using Hound. Pet dog. Description (1983) Head: Dry, noble. Moderately broad skull, slightly domed. Moderate stop. Chamfer law. Wide muzzle. Well-developed nose. Not hanging lips, brown. Ears: Medium length, falling flat against the cheeks. Eyes: Slightly oval, color, preferably darker, in harmony with that of the dress. Eye brown. Body: Slightly elongated but powerful. Neck medium length, well muscled, slightly arched, without dewlap. Accused withers. Moderately broad chest, deep. Ribs moderately sprung. Rein supported. Members: Long, muscular, strong bone. Feet slightly oval. Strong fingers tight. Slate gray pads. Tail: a little low, medium strong. End slightly curved upwards. Docked usually a quarter. In the variety haired, shortened by one third. Coat: Short, dense, straight, harsh. Ras and silky ears. Chin beard. Short and dry on the head. Thick and hard eyebrows. On the neck and trunk haired, dense, 2 to 4 cm long. Dense undercoat. More about the posterior edge of the members. Dense and thick tail. Dress: Color of the small cooked bread or different shades of fawn colored sand. Tiny white spots on chest and feet, marks dotted, are not defects. Size: Shorthair male from 56 to 61 cm. Female 52 to 57 cm. Hard male hair 58 to 62 cm. Female 54 to 58 cm. Weight: Short hair from 22 to 30 kg. Haired 25 to 32 cm. Group: Retrievers