German Shorthaired Pointer With Sunset Behind The Dog
The German Schorthair Pointer is a great dog for bird hunting. The GSP was developed in Germany in the 1800s. The dog is a cross between a pointer and a bloodhound.
It has webbed feet which make it good in the water. The German Pointers are very intelligent, friendly, and well-mannered. They can learn from eight weeks of age, so early dog training is key in raising a well adjusted dog. They are a very active breed. They need a lot of outdoor activities. Most large dog breeds have hip, elbow or knee dysplasia. They also be susceptible to degenerative eye conditions. Cone Degeneration DNA - Even if the dog shows no symptoms of cone degeneration, he or she could be a carrier. Common eye problems are common , so it is very important to ask for regular eye checks. . . .