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Braque Saint Germain

Country/Date of Origin: France/1700s

This breed is said to have been created when King Charles X of France crossed an orange and white English Pointer that he received as a gift with a Braque Francais. This laid the foundation of the breed. Used for hunting large game, it was concentrated for a long time in the area around St. Germain, which gave it its name. It is a rare breed even in its own country.

FCI Group: 7 (Sporting)

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St. Germain Pointer

AKC Group: Miscellaneous

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Body Type:

  • Resembles the English Pointer, although rather leggy
  • Height: 20-24 inches (at shoulder)
  • Weight: 40-57 pounds
  • The long tail is carried horizontally and is not altered
  • The hanging ears are set at eye level and are not altered
  • Nose is pink and the eyes are yellow in keeping with the coat colors


  • Rather reserved with strangers
  • Obedient and loyal to its owner
  • Not noisy - rather quiet and gentle
  • A willing worker


  • Short, fine, thick and glossy
  • The color is always white with a few bright orange patches
  • Does not provide sufficient insulation when wet, so the dog is not used for water retrieving
  • Minimal grooming required

Health Concerns:

  • Generally very healthy
  • May be subject to hip dysplasia
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Tasty Tidbits:
  • A fine dog for hunting small game, but it is not a good choice for retrieving from the water
  • Makes a good companion dog for the family
  • Will be extremely difficult to find a puppy in the U.S.

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