Wirehaired pointing griffon


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Wirehaired pointing griffon

a medium-sized (50-60 lb) hunting dog with a distinctive short, harsh dry coat which is steel gray, gray with or dirty white, mixed with chestnut.
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Though the Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Club of America maintained an active membership, some problems with the dogs developed," says Dejong.
To differentiate the dogs with the Cesky Fousek genetics, the name of the WPGCA has been changed to the Bohemian Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Club with the word "Bohemian" referring to the region in the Czech Republic from which the CFs came.
org website to understand what a Bohemian wirehaired pointing griffon is and what the BWPGCA's objectives are in producing a breed of gun dog with well-developed hunting genetics, tested and proven hunting skills, and a good health history.
Katy Stuehm of Griffonpoint Wirehaired Pointing Griffons tells about one of the dogs she bred having a problem with not retrieving.