German Wirehaired Pointer

Eager, Intelligent, Energetic

Breed Overview

The German Wirehaired Pointer, known as the Drahthaar in their native Germany, was bred to be a versatile hunting dog. This dog can sniff out, point to, and retrieve any type of game. Comfortable at work on land or in the water, their extraordinary stamina and keen nose make them a hunter's best friend. The GWP's distinctive coat, along with their bushy beard and eyebrows, protects them from harsh weather and rough underbrush. This breed is eager to learn, willing to please, and has a need for mental and physical stimulation. These traits makes agility, flyball, and obedience fun with this pointer! German Wirehaired Pointers love human companionship make great family pets when their activity needs are met. This breed is affectionate and loyal family members who have a steady demeanor and dependable temperament. He makes a good watchdog as he is possessive of his things and his people. The GWP's strong will matched with a muscled build needs a confident handler. His size and exuberance may be too much for small children. These dogs love company and can suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for too long. For more on the breed check out the American Kennel Club. German Wirehaired Pointer

Life Expectancy

The life expectancy of the Breed is 10-12 years.

Size & Activity Level

A medium sized member of the sporting group, the GWP will weigh between 55-75 pounds when mature. They are extremely active and love having a job to do. An athlete who will thrive on sports such as jogging, swimming and retrieving, he is also a great jumper. This breed is always up for an interesting adventure. Care & Grooming The GWP's wire-like coat is water resistant and easy to groom with weekly brushing. This light shedder will rarely need a bath, drying quickly after. These sloppy drinkers leave a trail of water drops from their bowl due to their shaggy beard. A strong instinct to chase will need a tall and secure fence to keep this dog secure from wandering.

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German Wirehaired Pointer

Eager, Intelligent, Energetic

Breed Overview

The German Wirehaired Pointer, known as the Drahthaar in their native Germany, was bred to be a versatile hunting dog. This dog can sniff out, point to, and retrieve any type of game. Comfortable at work on land or in the water, their extraordinary stamina and keen nose make them a hunter's best friend. The GWP's distinctive coat, along with their bushy beard and eyebrows, protects them from harsh weather and rough underbrush. This breed is eager to learn, willing to please, and has a need for mental and physical stimulation. These traits makes agility, flyball, and obedience fun with this pointer! German Wirehaired Pointers love human companionship make great family pets when their activity needs are met. This breed is affectionate and loyal family members who have a steady demeanor and dependable temperament. He makes a good watchdog as he is possessive of his things and his people. The GWP's strong will matched with a muscled build needs a confident handler. His size and exuberance may be too much for small children. These dogs love company and can suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for too long. For more on the breed check out the American Kennel Club. German Wirehaired Pointer

Life Expectancy

The life expectancy of the Breed is 10-12 years.

Size & Activity Level

A medium sized member of the sporting group, the GWP will weigh between 55-75 pounds when mature. They are extremely active and love having a job to do. An athlete who will thrive on sports such as jogging, swimming and retrieving, he is also a great jumper. This breed is always up for an interesting adventure. Care & Grooming The GWP's wire-like coat is water resistant and easy to groom with weekly brushing. This light shedder will rarely need a bath, drying quickly after. These sloppy drinkers leave a trail of water drops from their bowl due to their shaggy beard. A strong instinct to chase will need a tall and secure fence to keep this dog secure from wandering.

Be sure to check out Buy Puppies Safely Online – How To Do It

Before you bring your new puppy home, check out How To Housebreak Your Puppy.

And Don’t Forget Your First Vet Visit: Recommended Schedule For Puppy Vaccinations.