Bracco Italiano Descripción de la Raza

Expectativa de Vida
10-13 años
Grado de Aprendizaje
Tamaño de la Camada
5 to 8
Perros: 25-40 libras
Hembras: 20-35 libras
Perros: 61-69 pulgadas
Hembras: 56-64 pulgadas
País de Origen
Otros Nombres
Italian Pointer
Bracco Italiano

The Bracco Italiano is a medium-sized breed that is known for its athletic and muscular build. It has a distinctive appearance, characterised by a long, rectangular head with droopy ears and slightly wrinkled brow. It also has a strong, well-defined jaw and nose, with large, dark, oval-shaped eyes. As well as a deep chest and strong hindquarters

Bracco Italiano perro

The average height of a male Bracco Italiano is about 24 to 27 inches (61-69 cm) at the shoulder, while the average height for a female is about 22 to 25 inches (56-64 cm). As for weight, the average for a male is around 55 to 88 pounds (25-40 kg) and the average for a female is 44 to 77 pounds (20-35 kg).


Bracco Italiano perro

The Bracco Italiano is a friendly, affectionate, and energetic breed that is known for its outgoing and cheerful temperament. These dogs are typically good-natured and easygoing, making them great family pets. They are generally friendly with people, including children and other animals, and they enjoy being part of the family.

Bracco Italiano perro

Bracco Italianos are highly intelligent and energetic, and they have a strong prey drive. This means that they have a strong urge to hunt and track scents, which can sometimes lead to chasing behaviours. To help control this instinct, it is important to provide plenty of exercise and mental stimulation.


Bracco Italiano colores

Typically white with brown or orange markings. The exact pattern and distribution of these markings can vary between individuals, but the most common pattern is a distinctive “V” shaped marking on the chest. The brown or orange markings are usually found on the face, legs, and tail, and they can range in colour from a light tan to a dark chocolate brown.


pelaje del Bracco Italiano

Its coat is typically short, dense and smooth. The coat is weather-resistant and requires minimal grooming.

Problemas de Saluds

Problemas de Salud

Hip dysplasia, eye issues such as PRA, and allergies are occasionally issues.

Condiciones de Vida

The best environment for a Bracco Italiano would be a home with a large, securely fenced garden where they can run and play. They can also live in smaller living spaces, such as apartments, as long as they receive sufficient exercise and mental stimulation.

Living environment

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