Pyrénées-types are more spirited, impetuous and faster on the ground than Gascogne-types, and they know just how to conserve energy so they do not use it up too soon.
The Pyrenees-type French Pointer is a native of the southern Pyrenean. As a highly adaptable breed it has found a home with hunters from other parts of France, as well as abroad.
The Pyrenees-type French Pointer has the same general characteristics as the Gascogne-type, only smaller and lighter. These hardy dogs, adequately muscled but without heaviness.
Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)
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