Pudelpointer


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Pudelpointer

a combination of pointer and poodle, this German hunting breed has a short, rough coat of dark liver to autumn leaves color. The tail is docked.
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Pictured here, out of Cedarwood Kennels, is seven-week-old SADIE, a pudelpointer owned by Tom and Trish Randel from Boise.
She used to be a deer hunter, but found she preferred hunting for their dropped, or "shed" antlers with her pudelpointer, Noddy.
This coming season is full of anticipation, especially with the acquisition of our new hunting partner: a Pudelpointer pup.
As far as their hunting style is concerned, I'd say the breed they resemble most would be the pudelpointer.
Perhaps that's one reason two lesser-known versatile breeds are gaining quiet popularity among duck hunters in colder climates: the Pudelpointer and wirehaired pointing griffon.
Two years later, and a multitude of birds to Echo's credit, my wife and I decided to get another pudelpointer.
I do not believe there was a dog that Dave did not like and we hunted behind not only our American water spaniels and Gordon setter, but also all of Dave's dogs, from the more common Labs and setters to the more unusual pudelpointer and wachtelhund.
But a Brittany, a setter or a pudelpointer with strong prey drive will, with no training whatsoever, still look for birds.
It's also worth remembering that all of our sporting breeds are the result of at least some judicious crossbreeding in their early history; the pudelpointer, this issue's featured breed, is a case in point.
The handsome pudelpointer would venture out just a few feet in front of owner Luke Kennedy, then retreat, as if confused.
If your next hunting companion is to be a versatile gundog and also a family member, you owe it to yourself to check out the Pudelpointer.
Some of the more common breeds classed as versatile are the German shorthaired pointer, German wirehaired pointer, wirehaired pointing griffon, vizsla, Weimaraner and pudelpointer.