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Life expectancy

The Pudelpointer has a life expectancy of between 12 and 14 years




Adult size

Female Between 22 and 25 in
Male Between 24 and 27 in

Adult weight

Female Between 55 and 66 lb
Male Between 55 and 66 lb
Coat colour
Black Brown
Type of coat
Long Hard
Eye colour
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More details about the Pudelpointer

Pudelpointer: Origins and history

The Pudelpointer’s story starts in 1881, when German breeders sought to find the perfect hunting breed. After years of trial and error, they eventually mixed Poodles with English pointers and found exactly what they were looking for - a loyal yet extremely capable hunting dog! Today, the breed is popular in Germany but is still fairly rare in the UK.

FCI classification of the Pudelpointer

  • Group 7 - Pointing Dogs

  • Section 1 : Continental Pointing Dogs

Training a Pudelpointer

Very eager to please and intelligent, making it easy to train. Positive reinforcement methods, rewards-based training and consistency works a treat! Recall training is especially important because its hunting instinct is very prominent.

Pudelpointer: Purchase price

We do not have enough data to set an average price.

Looking after a dog of this size typically costs between £100 to £150 a month, including food, medical/insurance, and incidental expenses.

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