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The Braque d'Auvergne Pointer is a rare versatile hunting dog breed from France. They have been a homogeneous breed since the late 1700's. And, have made a recovery since World War II from appoximately 25 specimens.

They are strong natural hunters, great companions and probably the best kept secret in the sporting dog world. They point, track, retrieve and with proper exposure love the water. As a hunter they are close working hunters, checking with their partner frequently.

In family life they do their best as a member of the household. They are very affectionate, intelligent, athletic and soft natured.

Origin France
Weight 49-62 pounds
Height 22-24 inches
Coat Short, fine, and shiny
Color Black and white; roaning in the white is desirable to create a blue effect; black must appear on head, covering eyes and ears
Other Names Bleu d'Auvergne, Auvergne Pointer
Registry FCI