The Stichelhaar is a versatile hunting dog, that originated in Frankfurt, Germany. It is a cross between dog type German Shepherd wire-haired and other races of that style, but the more detailed information about its origins is unknown. The only thing that can be confirmed is that this breed was developed at the beginning of 1900.
The Stichelhaar is a medium-sized dog, with a weight around 20 Kg. And a height of 60 to 66 cm to the cross. The eyes are oval and Brown in colour and their ears glued to the head.
The coat can be of various colours, as Brown, blend of white and Brown, or a range within the chestnut brown range. The mantle is relatively short and Bristly.
This breed has not become popular because of his tendency to bite.
The Stichelhaar are difficult dogs, they are very dominant. They tend to be very aggressive to strangers, and it will accept only a single master.
It is an ideal to live outdoor dog breed.