Other Sporting Breeds

Bracco Italiano

Breed Standard Official Standard of the Bracco Italiano Society of America  For more information, visit the Bracco Italiano Society of America Web site (here) This purpose of this standard is to define those qualities of the Bracco Italiano that make the Bracco a premier versatile hunting dog. Evaluation of breeding dogs in the show ring is to … Continue reading Bracco Italiano

The Weimaraner

For more information on this breed contact the Weimaraner Club of America at www.weimclubamerica.org The following information comes from the American Kennel Club website: Often referred to as the “grey ghost” because of the distinctive color of its short, sleek coat, the Weimaraner is a graceful dog with aristocratic features. Bred for speed, good scenting … Continue reading The Weimaraner

The Vizsla

For more information on this breed you can contact the Vizsla Club of America, Inc.¬†www.vcaweb.org The following information is from the American Kennel Club. Originally from Hungary, the Vizsla is a medium-sized, short-coated hunting dog that is essentially Pointer in type, although he combines characteristics of both pointer and retriever. An attractive golden rust in … Continue reading The Vizsla

The Spinonel Italiano

For information about this breed contact the Spinone Club of America at www.spinoneclubofamerica.com The following information comes from the American Kennel Club. An excellent retriever by nature and an experienced hunter on any terrain, the Spinone is robust, sociable and docile. His wiry, dense coat and thick skin enable him to negotiate underbrush and endure … Continue reading The Spinonel Italiano

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