Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Puppies For Sale
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Dog Breeders
Find Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Puppies For Sale on Pets4You.com. This breed was developed in Europe around the 1870s. It was created to make a stronger hunting dog that could handle the harsh winters in Europe. This dog possesses a harsh, rough coat that is mainly gray with a hint of light brown. The Wirehaired Pointing Griffon is a great family pet for those who live in rural areas. This dog loves to run in wide open spaces. Contact the dog breeders below for Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Puppies For Sale.
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All terrain hunting dogs -- a rare breed with a devoted following. Learn more from our breeders and consider a WHPG for your family.
"The Wirehaired Pointing Griffon excels as an upland gamebird dog. He’s versatile enough for a variety of activities and makes a decent duck dog, too!"
"The wiry coat is easy to maintain, keeping grooming chores minimal."
"The best friend a hunter could have!"
Group Classification: AKC Sporting Group, Gun Dog
Recognized By: CKC, FCI, AKC, NKC, APRI, ACR
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Hair Length: Medium
Shedding: Moderate Shed
Body Size: Large
Weight Male: 50-60 pounds
Height Male: 22-24 inches
Weight Female: 40-50 pounds
Height Female: 20-22 inches
Litter Size: Typically 6 to 9 puppies, with an average litter size of 8.
Life Expectancy: 10-12 years
Grey/Brown, Steel Grey, Brown/White, Chestnut Brown, White, Black
This breed is a bad choice for apartment life and will quickly grow frustrated with containment. It is happiest in a country home, or perhaps a farm, with land to explore and freedom to exhaust its bundles of energy. It is possible to keep a Griffon in a large house, providing there's a yard with ample space. The dog will appreciate room to maneuver, but space isn't necessarily a substitution for the freedom of a country life. The dog prefers a cool climate and isn't suited to Mediterranean temperatures, or stuffy humidity. It will not enjoy being kept in a kennel or being tied down for any length of time.