Old Danish Pointer

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The breed can be traced back to the year 1710 when a man from Denmark crossed gypsy dogs (most likely Spanish pointers) through eight generations of farm dogs to produce a piebald white and brown dog. This pointing dog breed is strongly built standing 19 to 24 inches tall and weighing 57 to 77 pounds. The Old Danish Pointer is quite, yet courageous and makes a great family dog if proper exercise is accomplished.


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