In his native Italy, the Bracco Italiano is renowned as a searching dog type, but he's furthermore profiting observe as a sweet and affectionate family companion. With his long ears, droopy lips, and soulful expression, the Bracco Italiano has a distinctive gaze. He's accepted to be an very old breed, dating back to the fourth or fifth century B.C.
In his homeland of Italy, the Bracco (plural is Bracchi) is mainly a searching dog, but persons are starting to find out that this attractive dog with the noble appearance and pleasing character is also an very good companion and show dog.
furthermore renowned as the Italian Pointer, the Bracco is adept of all types of searching and both points and retrieves. In the home, he's calm and sugary. Train this smart dog with gentleness and consistency and he'll habitually aim to delight, but pointed corrections will origin him to stop endeavouring. Ever attentive, he'll probably bark when persons approach the dwelling, but he's too gentle to make a guard dog. The Bracco is accepting of other persons and canines, children, and even cats if he's raised with them.
Males stand about 23 to 26 inches at the shoulder, females stand 22 to 24 inches. heaviness ranges between 55 and 88 pounds, counting on size.
Coat, Color and Grooming
The Bracco's short, dense, glossy outer garment can be white; white with orange or dark amber markings; white with chestnut markings; white with speckled pale orange markings; or white with roan-chestnut markings. A weekly once-over with a grooming mitt is all that's required to keep him looking sharp
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