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Pointer (dog breed)

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Pointer

Pointer

Other names
English Pointer

Origin
England

Classification / standards

FCI
Group 7, Section 2.1 Pointer #1
standard

AKC
Sporting
standard

ANKC
Group 3 (Gundogs)
standard

CKC
Group 1 – Sporting Dogs
standard

KC (UK)
gundog
standard

NZKC
Gundog
standard

UKC
Gun Dogs
standard

Domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris)

The Pointer, often called the English Pointer, is a medium to large-sized breed of dog developed in England as a gun dog. It is one of several pointing breeds.

Orange and white Pointer pointing

Solid black Pointer female and puppies

Pointer portrait

Contents

1 Appearance

1.1 Coat and color
1.2 Size

2 General temperament
3 Health
4 Skills
5 History
6 Name
7 Famous pointers
8 Miscellaneous
9 See also
10 References

Appearance[edit]
Coat and color[edit]

A lemon and white Pointer.

The coat of a Pointer is short, dense, smooth with a sheen.[1] They are generally white with either liver, lemon, orange or black markings. Although pointers may have solid coloring in any of these hues, most Pointers are primarily white with some body markings.
Lemon and white dogs have flesh-colored noses, while Pointers with orange, liver or black markings have dark (black or very da

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