What kind of dog is a Deutsch drahthaar?

What kind of dog is a Deutsch drahthaar?

Deutsch Drahthaar Breed History. The Deutsch Drahthaar was developed in Germany during the early 20 th century as an all-around hunting dog. Several different breeds went into the creation of the Deutsch Drahthaar in order to bring together breeds skilled in tracking, pointing, and retrieving on both land and water,…

How to take care of a Deutsch drahthaar?

The coat of the Deutsch Drahthaar should be brushed about twice a week with a firm bristle brush. The coat needs some stripping, but is not hard to learn how to do. The hairs should be hand plucked occasionally depending on the condition of the coat. It is usually thinned in the spring and fall.

What are the ancestors of the Deutsch-drahthaar?

These ancestors included the Stichelhaar, Pudelpointer, Griffon, and the Deutsch-Kurzhaar. The Deutsch-Drahthaar is a mid-sized, substantial dog. The height at shoulder varies from around 61 to 68 cm for males, and 57 to 64 cm for females.

What is the difference between a Deutsch drahthaar and a German Wirehaired Pointer?

The main difference between the Deutsch Drahthaar and the German Wirehaired Pointer is that the Deutsch Drahthaar is still bred to the standards that were established more than 100 years ago when the German breeders determined that they had cultivated the most proficient versatile hunting dog around.

The Deutsch Drahthaar is a medium-sized, well-muscled dog. The body is a little longer than it is tall. The skull is broad with a moderate stop. The muzzle is long and straight leading to the dark brown nose. The medium-sized, oval eyes are brown, with medium length eyebrows. The ears are rounded, hanging close to the head.

What kind of coat does a drahthaar have?

Hair on the beard, forehead and whiskers is slightly longer to protect the face. The coat colors are liver and white, either with ticking, roan or spotted and sometimes a solid liver. The head is liver, with or without a white blaze and the ears are liver. The Deutsch Drahthaar is very active and intelligent.

What is secondary fermentation in a German lager brewery?

The conventional fermentation in a German lager brewery. During the secondary fermentation (a.k.a lagering) the tanks are closed and the pressure build-up is controlled by a pressure sensitive bleeder valve. This system, called Spundungsapparat, ensures the proper carbonation of the beer during lagering.