German wirehaired Pointer dog reviews

German wirehaired Pointer dog reviews

Last updated on July 8th, 2019 at 11:00 am

The German Wirehaired Pointer is a medium to large-sized griffon type breed of dog oriented in Germany. Wirehaired Pointers are hunting dogs, who are at their happiest when out in the field, working alongside people. It is a responsive breed, although it tends to be stubborn. It retains a guarding instinct, so it is often aloof, even protective, toward strangers as well as strange dogs. They are protective of their property and family and make excellent watchdogs.

  • Dog Breed Group: Sporting Group
  • Height: 22 to 26 inches
  • Weight: 50 to 70 pounds
  • Life Span: 12 to 14 years
  • Other Names: Deutsch Drahthaar, Vorstehhund

German wirehaired Pointer

7.4

Adaptability

7.5/10

Trainability

8.0/10

Friendliness

6.0/10

Exercise Needs

9.5/10

Health Grooming

6.0/10

Pros

  • Not Good with Kids
  • Requires serious exercise
  • Shed regularly

Cons

  • Great Watchdog
  • Good swimmer
  • Easy Training

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