Dog Breed Group: Gun Dog
Life Span: 9-11 years
Weight: Male: 22-30, Female: 20.5-32
Height: Male: 23-26, Female: 22-25
Origin of Name: The Pudelpointer is a versatile hunting dog breed from Germany.
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The pudelpointer is a rough-coated pointing dog that originates from two breeds, the poodle and the pointer. The idea behind the breed was to build a dog that would love the poodle's intelligence, love of water, recapture instincts, easy training ability, willingness to please, and endless willingness to hunt the pointer to the protective coat, birdiness, gesture The trend was, the area combines with the nose and stamina.
The first cross of a puddle and an English pointer was established in Germany in 1881 to establish a new breed in 1881. Sir was the owner of Kaiser Frederick, the Kaiser Frederick III, and the dam, a puddle named Molly, belonged to a famous Teutonic writer. Hagueveld on the subject of Hunting Dogs.
Poodle's genes, as a breed, seem to have been more influential in moving forward. To change this, many more pointers from the puddle were introduced into the breeding program, which is the puddlepointer today. During the first 30 years of breeding, only 11 poodles were used as opposed to more than 80 pointers. After that initial time period, only occasional re-introduction of the pointer was required. After the First and Second World Wars, the breed was severely depleted and the reintroduction of the pointer again became important for rebuilding the breeding stock.
The first pudelpointers in North America were imported in 1956. The Pudelpoint Club of North America was established in 1977 in Canada, after laying the foundations of the breed.