The first Pudelpointer came in the year 1881 and was bred by Baron Von Zelditz. Its parent breeds are the German hunting Poodle and the English Pointer. It was brought to North America in the year 1956, by Bodo Winterhelt.
The Pudlepointer Club Of North America started in the year 1977 in Canada.
Their unique identity is their mustache on their snout.
Passionate developers of this breed have constantly ignored the American Kennel Club as they believe that would simply split this breed into the show dog and working dog category.
Temperament & Personality
These calm and inquisitive creatures exhibit an enormous amount of focus and skill making them an excellent companion dog. Being a faithful dog, it is extremely loyal to its owner. Due to their hunting and retrieving history, they are not suited for the ones with a sedentary lifestyle. Moreover, they make an excellent pet for those with an active lifestyle. They are considered a country dog, but they can also live an apartment life provided they get ample amount of open space.
These dogs are extremely protective of children and are an excellent playmate for them. The Pudels also do well with other dogs and animals if raised with them. They may harm small animals like guinea pigs, kittens, etc. if left alone away from the owner because of their hunting and retrieve background.