Ariège pointer

region France
cut 56 - 67 cm, large
weight 25 - 30 kg
behaviour calm, balanced, easily stubborn
federation FCI Nomenclature Group 7, Section 1, No. 177
Care: easy to care for, brush daily Utility: Good hunting dog that requires a lot of occupation.
It is practically no longer possible to determine the origin of the Braque de l'Ariège. Many cynologists attribute it to the king's white dogs as depicted in Oudry's paintings at Versailles. It is an enduring pointer, insensitive to bad weather, which is particularly suitable for partridge hunting. It searches quickly, but only within a limited area.