English pointer

English pointer

see pointer.
References in classic literature ?
It is known that the English pointer has been greatly changed within the last century, and in this case the change has, it is believed, been chiefly effected by crosses with the fox-hound; but what concerns us is, that the change has been effected unconsciously and gradually, and yet so effectually, that, though the old Spanish pointer certainly came from Spain, Mr.
I can remember my Granddad telling me that an English Pointer was somewhat like an automatic shotgun: efficient, but frigid.
71 English pointer They point their bodies in the direction of prey.
The English pointer zigzagged through the scrub, sprinting through grassy open areas and slowing to push through clumps of palmetto as he searched for scent.
com software to transport a deaf, eight-week-old English pointer from Savonburg, KS to Troy, VA.
Just as we step into the fields, Buck, a champion English pointer, has caught the birds' scent.
Most Kiwi men will be familiar with the classic Rodd & Gunn menswear brand--with its distinctive English Pointer gun dog trademark--and warm, inviting masculine-style store environments steeped in New Zealand's outdoor heritage.
In Robert Weintraub's exceptionally well researched and engaging No Better Friend, we meet Judy, a purebred English pointer and hero of World War II.
Some primal sense of politeness prevents me from asking him to repeat himself too many times, and I scramble on, lapsing into the very role I am determined not to take: the faithful little grammar-hound, sniffing out any comma splice or misused semicolon, nose quivering at them with the intensity of an English pointer dog who has just uncovered upland game.
Adam Henson Layla Bennett, of Hawksdrift falconry, with her falcon, Monty, and English pointer, Herbie
I got all kinds of presents," he remembered, "including an English pointer dog covered with ticks" (81).