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GRAUSTURM

Contact :
Ingrid Albion
Location :
Hobart TAS
Phone :
0428130022
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In 2018 Grausturm kennels imported the first Wirehaired Slovakian Pointer (also known as the Slovakian Rough Haired Pointer. Zora is from the Danibull kennels in Slovakia and her mother and sister are top winning Slovakians in that country. We selected these kennels because they were bred for both showing and working and provided the phenotype and genotype that we were seeking. Slovakian's are similar to a wire haired Weimaraner - Weimaraners are the foundation with a mix of rough coated breeds including the German wire haired pointers, Cesky Fousec
(Bohemian Wire-Haired Pointing Griffon) and Pudel Pointers. Zora has been campaigned in Tasmania and Melbourne Royal. This is an opportunity of a life time and we are so happy to have this breed in our lives. They are extremely keen to work and please their owners. We have already had some great tracking results with this girl in practice. She is a strong retriever and loves the water.

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GRISEUS

Contact :
David & Michael Hall-O'Dwyer
Location :
Sydney NSW
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https://www.griseus.com.au

Wirehaired Slovakian Pointer (also known as the Slovakian Rough Haired Pointer).

Griseus is the first to own, and show a WSP in Sydney NSW. We begin to campaign Boris on the east coast from March 2022.

A bit about the breed:

Weimaraners are the foundation with a mix of rough coated breeds.

The Slovak rough-haired pointer is a breed that originated in interbreeding. The foundation is the Weimaraner, from which the Slovak rough-haired pointer takes its colour and basic character traits.

By crossing the Weimaraner with wire-haired breeds, in particular the Bohemian wire-haired pointing griffon a breed was created of colour and traits similar to those of the Weimaraner, but with a rough coat.

Until 1973, such dogs were entered into the Slovak Stud Book under the breed name Rough-haired Weimaraner. From 1973 onwards, they have been registered as an independent breed and recognised as a FCI breed.

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