The German Longhaired Pointer is the largest spaniel in the F.C.I.'s registry of breeds.
About the German Longhaired Pointer
These balanced, calm, and even-tempered spaniels make great companions and are easy to train. They are solid, muscular, and fairly close to the ground, yet very elegantly built. Smaller dogs must have a lot of substance.
German Longhaired Pointers combine the bloodlines of bird, hawking, and water dogs as well as bracken dogs, which explains their exceptionally versatile skills.
Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)