13 Interesting Facts about German Shorthaired Pointers

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Is a German Shorthaired Pointer the Right Dog for You?

German Shorthaired Pointers have a strong, muscular build with a sleek, athletic appearance. They have short, dense coats that are usually solid liver or liver and white. They are highly intelligent, energetic, and eager to please, which makes them excellent companions and working dogs.

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  • pooping on my welcome mat
  • stealing my underwear
  • destroying potted plants
  • shredding newspaper, paper towels, toilet paper all over the house
  • rolling in the most foul smelling things they can find outside
  • hiding under the couch with my shoe
  • making sure I am ok in the bathroom
  • stealing food off the counter and out of the garbage
  • unconditional love and loyalty

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Facts About German Shorthaired Pointers-Final Thoughts

German Shorthaired Pointers are an energetic breed that require adequate exercise and physical activity to thrive. For pet owners who enjoy spending time outdoors and leading an active lifestyle, the GSP puppy can be a good fit for family life. With their high energy levels and need for regular exercise, this breed is best suited for active individuals or families with a fenced area or access to open spaces. Their short coats make grooming a breeze, and their friendly and loyal nature makes them great companions. German Shorthaired Pointers are a bit slower to mature than many other breeds and they may exhibit extended puppy behaviors so it’s a good idea to start obedience training early. They were bred for hunting and have strong hunting instincts, so they will generally chase after other small animals. If you’re looking for a playful, intelligent, and athletic dog that will keep up with your activity level, a German Shorthaired Pointer puppy may be the best fit.

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