German wirehaired pointer

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German wirehaired pointer

a medium- to large-sized gun dog with a harsh, medium length coat in solid liver or liver or black with white spots or ticking. The ears are pendant and the tail is docked to half its length. Called also Griffon (wire-haired pointer).
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On a Sunday evening in late October, after a full and exhausting day of tracking, my German wire-haired dauschund Dutchess and I were just settling in when the phone rang.
Fiona Apple shows up late for an interview with her excuse on a makeshift leash--a black-and-white wire-haired mongrel.
For all his wire-haired antic look, he seemed far too serious to be Beat.
We have a wire-haired pointer who is very intelligent, aggressive in her bird hunting and a one-family house pet.
Six-month-old Cosmo, a wire-haired terrier belonging to Dewsbury Tory MP Simon Reevell, is up for election as Westminster Dog of the Year 2014.
JA mongrel no longer, ye ken, I'm a kilted Celt For years I was a wire-haired Borderer, half-Scotty from my mother's side and English tabloid terrier from my dad's.
The kennel club said the wire-haired visla and the coton de tulear will be eligible to compete for the first time in the New York show next February.
Madison is a female German wire-haired pointer, 18 months old, and my personal favorite grouse and pheasant dog.
A dog's coat should be soft and shiny (except in wire-haired bristly breeds) and free from excessive dandruff.
The wire-haired bitch was walked every day but she also had some unhealthy habits.