German Longhaired Pointer

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The breed was first developed in Germany for use as a pointer but during the 19th century was cross-bred with setters and English pointers for speed, and was later cross-bred again to improve a steady and friendly attitude. The gentle yet hard working German Longhaired Pointer stands 23 to 28 inches tall and weighs an average of 66 pounds. The only solid dark chocolate color breed is very affectionate towards its family and is known to easily experience separation anxiety.




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