200 German Shorthaired Pointer Names You and Your Dog Will Love

The following list contains all the different German shorthaired pointers registered with AKC. There are some other dogs which have been registered with AKC but not yet officially recognized by any registry or club. These dogs are listed here because they may become official members of a registry or club at a later date. Some of these dogs will no doubt be sold as breeding stock in the future and their registration status will change accordingly.

These are the most common names used in Germany:

Achterhund – Airedale Terrier (German)

Alsatian – Alaskan Malamute (English)

Bichon Frise – Bichon Frisé (French)

Blitzenpfeffer – Blondie Pinscher (American English Coonhound)

Blutbündchen – Bloodhound (British Standard Setters)

Dachshund – Dachshund (English)

Pionier – Pomeranian (Portuguese Water Spaniel)

Rottweiler – Rottweiler (Olde English Sheepdog)

Herr Schutzhund – Herd Hound (Great Dane/Scottish Deerhound Mix)

Schwarzenpferdler – Schwarzwaldherdenpferdehondehound (Scandinavian Shepherd Dog)

Sichelbart – Scottish Deerhound (Irish Wolfhound)

Spinone Italiano – Spinone Italiano (Chesapeake Bay Retriever)

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Wasserhund – Waterdog (Golden Retriever)

Leistenhund – Leisten Shepherd (Belgian Laekenois)

The following list contains all the different types of German shorhairs registered with the AKC.

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Sources & references used in this article:

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Chronic lameness in German Shorthaired Pointer dog. by C Fina, F Stambouli – Point Vétérinaire, 2011 – cabdirect.org

An account of the origins and history of the German Shorthaired Pointer. by MM Hardy – … origins and history of the German Shorthaired Pointer., 1962 – cabdirect.org

Pathologic rupture of Achilles tendon in a dog. by J Hnízdo, J Vomáčka, L Bicanová – Veterinářství, 2014 – cabdirect.org

Everted membrana nictitans in German Shorthaired Pointers. by CL Martin, R Leach – Journal of the American Veterinary Medical …, 1970 – cabdirect.org

Dogs: The Ultimate Care Guide: Good Health, Loving Care, Maximum Longevity by M Hoffman – 2000 – books.google.com

Litter size in the dog. by A Lyngset, O Lyngset – Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1970 – cabdirect.org