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Portuguese Pointer

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Synonym(s): Perdigueiro Português


Introduction

General information

  • See The Kennel Club Image Store: http://www.dogimages.org.uk/dmcs_search.html?find=portuguese+pointer.
  • Can be traced back to the 14th Century.
  • Believed to be brought to the UK in the 18th Century and are ancestors of the Pointer Pointer.
  • Medium sized and athletic.
  • Traditionally docked in the past.
  • Kind, affectionate, calm and sociable, making good companions and family dogs.

Biological Data

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