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French Pointer Pyrenean type

French Pointer Pyrenean type

The French Pointer Pyrenean type is a variety of Braque Français, a breed of pointing hunting dog originating from France.

The French Pointer Pyrenean type is a medium to large sized dog. Males generally measure between 55 and 63 cm at the withers, while females measure between 54 and 60 cm.

The average weight is generally between 20 and 30 kg.

The coat is short, dense and smooth. Coat color varies, but is often white with brown or orange markings. Some individuals may also have brown spots on their heads.

The head is proportionate to the rest of the body, with a slightly rounded skull. The muzzle is generally longer than the skull. The eyes are oval in shape and dark in color. The ears are set high, of medium size, and carried drooping.

The French Pointer Pyrenean type is renowned for its friendly, docile and devoted personality. It is a versatile hunting dog, used mainly for bird hunting. Outside of hunting, it is a loving family dog that generally gets along well with children and other pets. He is intelligent and receptive to training, although early socialization is recommended.

As a hunting dog, the French Pointer Pyrenean type has substantial exercise needs. It requires regular physical activity to stay happy and healthy. Play sessions, active walks, and opportunities to hunt or engage in other canine activities are important.

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