GSP, Aston

  • Aston's really relaxed on his pet bed
    Aston's really relaxed on his pet bed
  • Aston with his mum, Julia
    Aston with his mum, Julia


German Shorthaired Pointer
AGE: Unknown
SEX: Male
HOME: Mosman, NSW
WEIGHT: 32kg
BED STYLE: Delux Set
All Navy, Red piping

Hi Kara
The bed arrived on Friday! it is fantastic; took Aston, our German Shorthaired Pointer, a little while to get used to the feel and the noise but now we can hardly get him out of it, he almost prefers it to the couch! Will send through some photos when I can (having a few technical difficulties at the moment). Size is great, we expect him to fill out a bit more in the future which will help with the weight, but for now he has excellent room to stretch out or curl up as he likes.
Thanks again Kara, the service was exceptional and the final product was just what we were looking for.
Will be in touch again soon.

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Learn more about the German Short haired Pointer:

  • The German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) is a medium to large sized breed of dog developed in the 19th century in Germany for hunting.
  • The breed is streamlined yet powerful with strong legs that make it able to move rapidly and turn quickly.
  • It has moderately long floppy ears set high on the head. Its muzzle is long, broad, and strong, allowing it to retrieve even heavy game.
  • The dog’s profile should be straight or strongly Roman nosed; any dished appearance to the profile is incorrect. The eyes are generally brown, with darker eyes being desirable; yellow or “bird of prey” eyes are a fault.
  • The GSP tail is carried at a jaunty angle, not curled under. When the GSP is in classic point stance, the tail should be held straight out from the body forming a line with the pointing head and body.
  • Like all German pointers, GSP have webbed feet. They are known for going after water fowl in the water.
  • The German Short haired Pointer is a member of the Sporting Group.

Links to Local Breed Clubs

GSP Club of Victoria
GSP Club of South Australia
Dogs Clubs of NSW

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