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German Short Haired Pointer Tea Cup Blue Ornament
German Short Haired Pointer Tea Cup Blue Ornament
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The German Shorthaired Pointed was developed in Germany and is thought to be a cross between the German Bird Dog, Spanish Pointer and other German scent hounds. This breed is an around hunter and is great on water and land. They are proficient with game including pheasant, quail, grouse, waterfowl, raccoons, possums and even deer. Their coat is different degrees of liver and white and requires minimal grooming. Their tails are docked but not so short that they do not create a perfect line when pointing. The GSP is highly intelligent, easy to train, athletic, enthusiastic, and elegant. They make great dogs for the active family because they due require daily exercise. The AKC recognized this breed in the Sporting Group in 1930. They range in size from 55 to 70 pounds, and stand 23 to 25 inches tall at the withers.

We combine our Tiny Ones series of hand painted, breed specific figurines with our Blue decorated White tea cup to create a delightful three dimensional ornament perfect for any special occasion like birthdays or Christmas. Great item to hang on your Christmas tree or an everyday display as well! Each tea cup is 2 tall and 2 wide with a molded handle which has a blue ribbon tied in a bow! The tea cups are even decorated INSIDE with a silver toned rim and decorative stripe on the handle. On the outside, both sides are decorated with a tiny delicate blue pattern. This Tea Cup Ornament is perfect for year round enjoyment. These unique items are stone resin, and individually blister packaged, ready to give as gift or hang in your store. PLEASE NOTE- Sturdy metal Display stand (OH1) is available; see the tea cup display category!
 
Click here to learn more about the German Short Haired Pointer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Shorthaired_Pointer