Out In Front Hurdling | German Shorthair Pointer | New York
The German Shorthair Pointer is an active and agile dog. Very fitting that they are amongst the sporting group in the AKC.
I love the active aspect of a German Shorthair Pointer. I am always looking for a dog that I could run with and this is a dog I could imagine sharing the joy of running with.
The look of the German Shorthair Pointer breed is also something that I really love.
The breed typically has a mostly brown head. Then the German Shorthair Pointer has brown patches over a mostly white fur.
The white fur also has brown ticked marking. There is a wide variation in the amount of ticking in the fur. Some dogs have mostly white with very distinct brown marks. Other dogs have so much ticking that the rest of the fur is barely distinguishable as white and can even look gray or even mostly brown.
I am not sure which color pattern of a German Shorthair Pointer I like the most, but I would surely take any one of them as a running partner.
The agility of the German Shorthair Pointer is demonstrated as this dog clears a hurdle and their human can be seen coming into view in the background as they try to keep up.
Photo details: Nikon D500. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420 mm. ISO 400. 1/2000 sec. f/5.6.