Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
Breed Standards for the Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
It should be slightly longer than tall, of medium substance.
Eyes large and rounded, in all shades of yellow and brown; Nose brown; Abundant mustache and eyebrows; High-set, medium-sized ears
Preferably steel gray with brown markings, also chestnut brown, or roan, white and brown. Less desirable is solid brown, solid white, or white and orange
Weight: 50-60 lb; Height: male: 22-24”; female: 20-22”
The coat is of medium length, straight and wiry, with a fine, downy, thick undercoat.
Its gait is efficient and tireless, with low, catlike strides
A skilled field dog, pointing and retrieving with a deliberate style, generally staying within the hunter’s gun range.