The German Shorthaired Pointer, also known as the Deutscher Kurzhaariger vorstehhund, the Deutscher Kurzhaar, the Kurzhaar and the GSP, is a very rare and luxurious dog in Egypt with prestige, elegance and energy. One of the most intelligent breed that enjoys having a job to do but also thrives as a human companion with a strong desire to please. Potential owners of this breed should be aware of its high energy and intelligence, traits which contribute to its need for vigorous daily exercise and regular mental stimulation to alleviate boredom.
The GSP also has a strong and must be trained to learn that cats, birds and other small animals are not acceptable prey. Now used also as security and life saving dog in Irak – Afghanistan.
Meet the amazing dog who has saved countless lives in Afghanistan: Amazing Hertz the sniffer dog, a German shorthaired pointer, was so good at saving British lives the Americans and Danes called him in to assist them too.
Mature male German Shorthairs should stand 23 to 25 inches at the withers, and females should be 21 to 23 inches in height. Dogs should weigh between 55 and 70 pounds, while bitches should weigh 45 to 60 pounds. Their short, thick double coat is easy to care for and must be liver or liver-and-white, often with speckling, under the American Kennel Club standard, although solid black and black-and-white with or without ticking are permitted in some registries. The German Shorthaired Pointer’s tail is traditionally docked shortly after birth. Its soft, floppy ears should be cleaned on a regular basis and checked frequently for signs of infection or foreign material.
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German Pointer – Appearance & Grooming
Appearance & Grooming of the German Shorthaired Pointer Dog Breed: The average GSP stands 21 to 25 inches high at the shoulder and weighs between 45 and 70 pounds. Their short coat is extremely easy to care for, but their floppy ears should be cleaned on a regular basis and checked for signs of infection.
German Pointer – History and Health
History and Health of the German Shorthaired Pointer Dog Breed: The GSP was developed in Germany using a cross between the German Bird Dog and other German hunting dogs sometime in the late 1880’s. The breed was created to be a hunting dog and a loyal human companion.
German Pointer – Temperament & Personality
The German Shorthaired Pointer Dog Breed has a personality and temperament that is energetic and intelligent. They have a strong will to please and enjoy learning new commands and working with their human family. The GSP is an excellent watch dog and they can be particularly watchful over young children.German Shorthaired Pointer – Pictures
The saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Check out the many different German Shorthaired Pointer Pictures and German Shorthaired Pointer images. Get an in depth look at the German Shorthaired Pointer and see the many things that this breed has to offer.