Below are some common questions people ask that i’ve answered so you can get an idea of what Cairo’s like :) Is he crate trained? -Yes! How has his sleeping been? Can he hold it to go to the bathroom until the morning? -Sleeps through the night can hold it in until the morning (just make sure to take him out before bedtime of course) Barking or whining? -No only whining when he needs to potty Good with other dogs? -ADORES other dogs will literally play with anyone Good with other people and meeting new people? -Extremely Is he anxious or have separation anxiety? -No Any stomach or skin issues? -No only shedding when seasons change also on one of his ears. I’m going to take him to the vet to get his ear checked soon as well just in case but this happens to him when the weather changes for some reason i’ve noticed Is he already spayed? -Yes Overall personality? -Rambunctious cuddly SUPER friendly fearless sweet quiet indoors and loves to be rubbed on and kisses. He is the most outgoing and energetic puppy i’ve ever met not saying this because I own him but LITERALLLY the most outgoing dog ever. Isn’t afraid to run to anyone and play. Very headstrong and smart I’ve taught him to sit lay down wait come and “go lay down” in his crate. He does know the difference between indoor and outdoor energy and voices. He doesn’t bark or act crazy in the house he’s super mellow. Also I think his favorite movie is Wall-E we sit and watch it together all the time lol
Discovering the English Pointer: Hunting Excellence
The English Pointer is a breed of dog that was originally developed in England in the 17th century for the purpose of hunting game birds. They were bred for their exceptional speed, stamina, and ability to point out game with their nose. Today, they are still primarily used as hunting dogs, but also make great companions for active families.
English Pointers are known for their athletic build and elegant appearance. They typically stand around 25 to 28 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh between 45 and 75 pounds. They have a short, smooth coat that comes in a variety of colors, including white, orange, lemon, liver, and black.
What sets the English Pointer apart from other hunting dogs is their ability to "point" or freeze when they detect the scent of game birds. This allows the hunter to approach the bird without it being alerted and potentially flying away. Once the bird is flushed out, the Pointer will often retrieve it for the hunter.
In addition to their hunting abilities, English Pointers are also known for their friendly and affectionate personalities. They are loyal and make great family pets, but they do require plenty of exercise and mental stimulation to stay happy and healthy.
If you are considering adding an English Pointer to your family, it is important to do your research and find a reputable breeder. They are a relatively healthy breed, but can be prone to certain health issues such as hip dysplasia and eye problems. With proper care and training, however, an English Pointer can be a wonderful companion and hunting partner for many years to come.