Bourbonnais Pointer

Bourbonnais Pointer
A.K.A. : Braque du Bourbonnais, Bourbonnais Pointing Dog
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Overview: The Bourbonnais Pointer has been used in bird hunting since the 1500s in France. The breed declined heavily during and after the Second World War. Devoted breeders are working to resurrect the breed.
Breed Group: Sporting
Weight (lbs): 35-55
Height (in): 19-22.5
Colors: chestnut or fawn with spotting
Coat: The coat is short and fine. It's dense, a little coarser on the back.
Character: Bourbonnais Pointers are good hunters and companions for a family.
Temperament: The Bourbonnais Pointer gets along with children and other pets when they are raised together.
Care: The coat needs to be bathed and brushed occasionally.
Training: Boubonnais Pointers respond well to firm, but gentle training.
Activity: This breed needs regular exercise. If you live in an apartment, it must be walked every day.
Country of Origin: France
Life Expectancy: 12-14
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