Portuguese Pointer

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Though the breed was bred from Iberian hounds, the dog also has Portuguese heritage that is traceable all the way back to the 12th century where they were used as a pointing dog, mainly in hunting of gray partridges. The small, hunting breed weighs 9 to 11 pounds and stands at an average of 22 inches. The Portuguese Pointer is one of the more sociable breeds and has a very lively temperament, while presently it is the most common hunting dog in Portugal.




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