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German Wirehaired Pointer

German Wirehaired Pointer

The German Wirehaired Pointer has a coarse, wiry, weather-resistant coat. It is about 2 inches long with a thick undercoat. The dog's coat is basically water-repellent and protects him from brambles. The beard, forehead hair and whiskers protect his face. The neck is strong and slender and the chest is wide and deep. The lips are not pendent and the muzzle is long, wide and robust. The eyes are dark and transparent. It has a strong scissors bite. The color is liver & white, spotted, roan or ticked. Sometimes an individual will be solid liver. The nose should be dark brown. The head and ears should be brown, sometimes with a white blaze. The pendent ears hang down limply beside the head. The tail is moderately docked. Temperament The German Wirehaired Pointer is very affectionate, active and intelligent. Eager to learn and loyal to its family, it needs a handler who is consistent in approa... 

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Cat Breed

Bombay

Bombay

A black panther with copper eyes In 1958, in an attempt to create a black Burmese, Nikki Horner, an American breeder from Kentucky, crossed a sable Burmese queen with a copper-eyed black American Shorthair. The result was the creation of a “miniature black panther” (the name referring to the black panther of India). The breed was recognized by the C.F.A. in 1976 and by T.I.C.A. in 1979. The first Bombay, a female named Opium, imported to France arrived in 1989. Though highly popular in the United States, the Bombay is almost unknown in Europe. Characteristics This is a self-assured cat. Bombay’s are athletic, playful, curious, and remarkably agile. They are also excellent hunters. This highly social cat adapts easily to its surroundings and makes a good companion. Bombay’s can live with dogs, but do not always get along with other cats. Affectionate and extremely gentle, the Bombay loves to s... 

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