||The Italian Pointer has been used for hunting in Italy since the Middle Ages. The breed adapts easily to life as a hunter or a companion.
||white with orange or chestnut spots
||The coat is short and smooth
||Italian Pointers are clever, loving and affectionate.
||The Italian Pointer gets along well with children and other pets when they are raised together.
||The coat needs regular brushing. The ears should be cleaned often to prevent infection.
||Italian Pointers need firm training.
||This breed needs a large yard with plenty of room to run.
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