Original Name : Großer Münsterländer Vorstehhund
Τυπος : Braccoid
Μεγεθος αρσενικου : 23½-25½ inches
Βαρος αρσενικου : Approximately 66 lbs
Μεγεθος θηλυκου : 22¾-24¾ inches
Βαρος θηλυκου : Approximately 66 lbs
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Χωρα προελευσης : Germany
Large Munsterlanders are powerful and very muscular pointers that come across as generally racy but noble dogs. Above all, they are gentle, easy learners with proven abilities as a gundog, especially after the shot. Lively, but not nervous.
Distinguished, elongated, with insightful expression.
Long, very muscular withers that are of medium height, short, firm, straight back, well defined lumbar region protected by very firm muscles, long, broad croup, sloping moderately and very muscular.
White with black patches or spots or blue roan. Black head, sometimes with a white snip or blaze.
Broad, set fairly high, rounded at the bottom, close to the skull.
Carried level or slightly higher, extending from the topline without a break.
Long, dense, smooth, not curly or stand-off, as this would hinder the dog in its work.
The history of Large Munsterlanders goes back to the parti-colored bird and hawking dogs used in the Middle Ages, via, among others, 19th century pointers. They are a member of the group of longhaired German pointing dogs first bred at the end of the 19th century that today also includes Small Munsterlanders and German Longhaired Pointers. They come from Munster, a sparsely populated region of western Germany, famous for its castles and gentle way of life.