Description: These intelligent, lovable, affectionate, vigilant and brave dogs are incredibly intelligent and bond closely with their family/owners/handlers. True to their breeding as hunting dogs, Munsterlanders are eager to work and have a good scenting nose. These dogs will try to dominate so keep their training firm and take positive control.
Height: Female 23-25 inches, Male 23.5-25.5 inches
Weight: Female 55 Ibs, Male 55-65 Ibs
Colors: Brown, white, white ticked with brown (roan), tan marking on muzzle and eyes
Coat: Sleek, dense, medium length, hardly wavy and close fitting.
Temperament: Strong with great nobility, elegance, they are loyal, affectionate and trustworthy.
With Children: They are good with children.
With Pets: Good with pets.
Care and Training: Requires regular grooming to remove dead hair which can be done once a week.
Learning Rates: High
Activity: As with all hunting dogs, small Munsterlanders need adequate exercise
Living Environment: House
Health Issues: Hip dysphasia
Country of Origin: Germany
History: The Munsterlander originated in the region of Munster around the end of the nineteenth century. They were popular working breed used for hunting.
First REgistered by the AKC: