The German Wirehaired Pointing Dog is a breed of German origin.
This long hair Hunter dog meets blood hounds, hunters of birds, water dogs and hunting with Falcons and therefore has a tendency to great versatility. As of the year 1879 the pure breeding was carried out and settled the essential characteristics of the breed.
In the year 1897, the Baron de Schorlemer established the first standard of the German Longhaired Pointer and this was the basis for the current pure breeding. It became one of the major races for hunting in Germany in the latter part of the 20th century.
It is strong, muscular, under, fluid lines, is medium-sized (Read all about the race…).