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.