German Hund Pointer Breed Maintenance
This hybrid has fairly undemanding grooming requirements. Bathing is rarely needed unless the dog gets into something messy and in most cases, brushing is only required a few times a week to keep the coat shiny and healthy. If the German Hund Pointer takes after the German Pointer side of their heritage, they may start life with a silky or woolly coat rather than a wiry one. This puppy coat has a greater tendency to tangle and should be brushed more often than the wiry coat of a mature German Wire Hair Pointer or Wire Hair Dachshund. The German Hund Pointer may also get its Dachshund genetics from smooth or long-haired Dachshunds, giving it the possibility of being born with a short, smooth outer coat or a medium length silky coat instead.