The group of Pointing Dogs includes both Continental Pointing Dogs as the British and Irish Pointers and Setters. The Pointing Dogs are distinguished by a pointing position when they have seen the animal they are following.
Derived from hounds, the dog breeds that make up this group first specialized in this role for hunting birds, before its use was extended.
These dogs are easy to train and pose few problems when living in packs.
The function has been the determining criterion for the integration of the races in this group, that brings together dogs of different morphological types: Bracco, Spaniel, Griffon, Pointer and Setter. According to the criteria of use, dog breeds Spaniel type are also present in the group 8.
The Pointing Dogs are divided into 2 sections, based on geographic criteria.
Standard – classification FCI
- Group 7: Pointing Dogs
- Section 1: Continental Pointing Dogs.
1.2 Spaniel type
In this box we will focus on all dogs Spaniel type included in the Section 1 (Continental Pointing Dogs).
Used for hunting, the Blue Picardy Spaniel is distinguished by its very pronounced style, its exceptional physical resistance and its capacity
The Brittany Spaniel are “Pointing Dogs” multifaceted, for all types of hunting and all-terrain.
The Brittany Spaniel It, as its name
A peculiarity of Dutch Partridge Dog consists of the fact that during the search the tail performs a rotary movement each time
Very gentle nature, courteous and intelligent, the French Spaniel is eager to learn.
The origins of the French Spaniel They are very uncertain and I know
The first thing to keep in mind is that the German Longhaired Pointer is a hunting dog
Nature Large Münsterländer is lively but not express nervousness.
Historically, the Large Münsterländer, It was a dog used for hunting birds and hawks in
Docile and resistant, happy with little, the Picardy Spaniel however needs the constant attention of your caregiver.
The Pont-Audemer Spaniel he is a gentle dog, very balanced and obedient. Energetic, smart and loyal, they are easy to train.
The Pont-Audemer Spaniel
The Small Münsterländer, is playful, joyful, Active, docile and learn very fast.
The small Münsterländer, It is a breed of dog in German, Spaniel type.
The Stabyhoun is very similar to the Dutch Partridge Dog, but smaller. It is practically unknown outside