So you’re looking to adopt an Deutscher Wachtelhund, or already have one?
According to the American Kennel Club, “The Deutscher Wachtelhund is a medium-sized, longhaired, very muscular gun dog with a noble head and strong bone. Their keen hunting desire and ability make it an ideal dog for hunters and because of their innate love of water, they are often used to hunt waterfowl. The Deutscher Wachtelhund’s name, German quail dog, relates to its ability as an upland bird flusher and is also known as the German Spaniel. Club Contact DetailsName: Bill Wright, Boulder Brook KennelAddress: PO Box 1, Markham, VA 22643Email: email@example.com The Deutscher Wachtelhund has a scenting and blood tracking ability comparable to a Bloodhound and can track 40-hour-old wounded game. On a fresh game trail, it must vocalize to inform hunters of its location. They are a versatile breed, virtually unknown to the German non-hunting public, and is only owned by hunters, gamekeepers and professional hunters in Germany.”
An Deutscher Wachtelhund typically ranges from 45.72cm to 53.34cm in height, and weighs from 18.143694800000002kg to 24.947580350000003kg.
There are a few pet insurance companies in New Zealand that offer dog insurance for Deutscher Wachtelhund breeds. Try Cove Insurance as they are currently offering a one-month free promotion. Typically Deutscher Wachtelhund insurance ranges from $30 per month to $65 – but of course this varies depending on a range of other factors such as gender.