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Small Munsterlander Pointer/Retriever

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Researching dog breeds, led me to take a closer look at this breed, Small Munsterlanders. SM's seem to be a breed that is not very well known. I do not think I have ever seen a posting on one. The internet has given me a lot of info on this breed, but, I am now looking for someone out there that owns one. If you own one, would you recommend the breed as a family dog/hunting partner? Are they high strung & etc?

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My neighbor has one and it is high strung but it isn't one year yet. She is VERY birdy. He hasn't worked on keeping her steady on point and she is almost a flusher rather than a vers.

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The founding father of Mn NAVHDA is Bill Jensen. He now lives up between Dalbo & Milaca. Give him a call. He would have judged or seen the local SMP breeders stuff, I'm sure; or give you imput on who to talk to. It is a rare breed.

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A friend of mine that I hunt with has two of them. They're excellent hunting dogs, great noses, and hunt similar to the other pointing breeds. If you're looking for a pointer, I think they're good dogs and I certainly wouldn't hesitate to own one if I was looking for a pointer. Just be sure to get one that has been well bred. I believe their national association endorses breedings that meet a certain standard, but you would need to look into that further. Hope this helps.

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The only registered sml's are ones that come from dogs that have been titled. The pedigree for my neighbors dog is unbelievable.

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