A hybrid of mysterious origin, the strong-willed Lab-Pointer is a medium sized hybrid that may have only recently emerged within the last decade as a designer breed. It's unclear as to where this designer mix may have originated from or what the purpose of their creation may have been, but it can be speculated that the Lab-Pointer may have originated from North America, due to their current recognition and registration with the American Canine Hybrid Club, Dog Registry of America, Designer Dogs Kennel Club and Designer Breed Registry. Wondering where your Lab-Pointer gets its energy from? These hybrids often get their stamina and hunting skills from their parent breed, the English Pointer. The Pointer was a breed built for speed, tracking and pointing. The Pointer is believed to have originated in England during the 1600s but can be traced back to Spain. These versatile hunters are believed to share common ancestry with the Newfoundland, Setter, Bloodhound, Greyhound, and Foxhound. The Labrador Retriever is another sporting breed that originated from St John's, Newfoundland, Canada in the 1800s. First called the St. John's Water Dog, this incredible canine swam the icy sea of Labrador. Over the last decade, this breed has captured the hearts of millions of Americans and is considered the most common dog breed in America. During the 1800s, the Labrador mainly assisted fishermen in retrieving fishing nets; in England however, these breeds were used during various hunting expeditions. Today, both parent breeds are recognized by both the American Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club
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