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Sporting
Domestic or Foreign

Brittanys
Domestic or Foreign
Lagotti Romagnoli
Domestic or Foreign
Pointers (German Shorthaired)
Domestic or Foreign
Pointers (German Wirehaired)
Domestic or Foreign
Pointers
Domestic or Foreign
Retrievers (Chesapeake Bay)
Domestic or Foreign
Retrievers (Curly-Coated)
Domestic or Foreign
Retrievers (Flat-Coated)
Domestic or Foreign
Retrievers (Golden)
Domestic or Foreign
Retrievers (Labrador)
Domestic or Foreign
Retrievers (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling)
Domestic or Foreign
Setters (English)
Domestic or Foreign
Setters (Gordon)
Domestic or Foreign
Setters (Irish Red and White)
Domestic or Foreign
Setters (Irish)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (American Water)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Boykin)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Clumber)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Cocker) A.S.C.O.B.
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Cocker) Black
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Cocker) Parti-Color
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (English Cocker)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (English Springer)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Field)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Irish Water)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Sussex)
Domestic or Foreign
Spaniels (Welsh Springer)
Domestic or Foreign
Spinoni Italiani
Domestic or Foreign
Vizslas
Domestic or Foreign
Weimaraners
Domestic or Foreign
Wirehaired Pointing Griffons
Domestic or Foreign
Wirehaired Vizslas
Domestic or Foreign

Sporting Group


The Sporting Group consists of the gun dogs used in the field with the hunter. They are separated mainly into three divisions depending upon the purpose for which they have been developed. These are:

  • The Pointers and Setters, breeds which locate upland game afield for the hunter. These breeds will indicate the position of the game by assuming a peculiarly rigid stance or by pointing the nose toward the scent of the game.
  • The Retrievers, the breeds whose duty in the field is to bring killed or wounded game to the hunter.
  • The Spaniels, long or dense coated breeds, developed to work in rough cover and close to the gun when locating, flushing and retrieving game.
 

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