Deutschland, in dem späten 19. Jahrhundert
The German Wirehaired Pointer is a powerful, study, well-muscled, well-balanced, medium sized dog. It has a coarse, wiry, weather-resistant coat, bushy eyebrows, mustache and beard. It's responsive, gentle, affectionate, and even-tempered.
It is very active and energetic, it does not do well in apartment as it needs extensive exercise. This breed is an all-around gun dog; it likes to hunt birds and small animals. It makes an excellent watchdog.
Liver and white, solid liver, black and white.
Thick and harsh, no longer than 1.5 inches with a dense undercoat. Brush the coat a couple of times a week. Thinning is necessary in the spring and fall. Bath when necessary. Regular attention to the ears is needed.
It is prone to hip dysplasia, ear infections, genetic eye disease and skin cancers. To minimize the risk of your German Wirehaired Pointer developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a dog from a reputable breeder.