Living with a Sprointer
Temperament: The Sprointer is a friendly dog but can be wary of stangers.
Family Dog: The Sprointer makes a very good family dog.
Shedding: The Sprointer is an average shedder.
Grooming: When brushing the coat of a Sprointer, a Curry brush works best.
Behavior: The Sprointer is a very active dog.
Barking: The Sprointer is a moderate barker.
Weather: The Sprointer can handle most weather conditions, but because they have no undercoat they are not able to handle the cold as well as.
Exercise: The Sprointer needs plenty of daily exercise. They need room to run or be walked frequently.
Physical Ability: The Sprointer runs like an antelope but can stop on a dime. Overall they are very strong and fit dogs.
Living Conditions: The Sprointer would probably not make a good dog for an apartment or small house as they need plenty of room to run.
Appearance: The Sprointer can look like a smaller German Shorthair Pointer or may resemble an English Pointer.
Size: A fully grown Sprointer is approximately 20 inches tall with an average weight of 50 pounds.
Companionship: The Sprointer is a very loyal companion dog.
Body: The body of the Sprointer is sleek and trim.
Tail: The Sprointer has a long tail if it is not docked.
Color: Of the five Sprointers we know of three had the German Shorthaired Pointer coat color and two had English Springer Spaniel colors, one tricolor and one Black & White. Some of the common coat colors are Roan, Tricolor, Brown & White and Black & White.
Coat: The Sprointer has a short coat.
Skin Health: The Sprointer has excellent skin health.
Litter Size: The average litter size of the Sprointer is 5 pups.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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