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Small Munsterlander Pointer

Breed origin: Germany
Original purpose: Versatile hunting dog.

AKC recognized: No
AKC group: Foundation Stock Service

Size: Weight: 38 to 58 lbs
Size: Height: males 20½ to 22 inches; females 19¾ to 21¼ inches
Color: Brown and white, with or without ticking or roan patterns.

General characteristics/temperament: The Small Munsterlander Pointer is intelligent, confident, attentive, active, affectionate, and loyal. A versatile hunting dog, they are very driven and must be allowed to hunt or to participate in another physically and mentally challenging exercise for at least an hour each day. They make great family companions when their need for stimulation can be met. Otherwise, they will likely develop behavioral problems. They love to swim also.

Intelligent? Yes

Energy/Activity Level: High

Suitable canine sports/activities: hunting, tracking, search and rescue

Exercise requirement: If not used as a hunting dog, they would require at least an hour of mentally and physically challenging exercise daily.

Grooming requirement: Brush weekly.

Known health problems: Hip dysplasia.

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Other websites for additional information:

American Kennel Club breed page
Small Munsterlander Club of North America
Wikipedia breed information page

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