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Portuguese pointers (perdigueras portugesas) Chamusca, Constancia and Damaia looping the fields before doing some training on quail
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It was not until the 1920s when some breeders made an effort to salvage the breed by locating some of the ancient Portuguese dogs in the inaccessible north of Portugal. The Portuguese pedigree book was then established in 1932 and breed standard in 1938. For at least a thousand years, this dog has always had the same square head, a marked stop, triangular ears and compact look. The Portuguese Pointer is a dog of medium proportions.
I have a portuguese pointer, most affectionate dog.
Suas perdigueiras portuguesas estão lindas!
I´d like to have the chance to see Canela hunting…
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