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Bird Dog Trivia Answers

Bird Dog Quiz© Answers

Bird Dog Trivia© Answers

1. Which bird dog breed is known as the grey ghost?

Weimaraner

 

2. Which bird dog breed is known as the Hungarian Pointer?

Vizsla

 

3. Which bird dog breed has the longest name?

Wirehair Pointing Griffon

 

4. Which bird dog breed is known as the red dog?

Vizsla

 

5. Which bird dog breed is known for tolling?

None, tolling is not natural for bird dogs. Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers are known for tolling.

 

6. Which bird dog breed was created in the U.S.?

None, all bird dog breeds are continental. The only exceptions may be the Red Setter and the Llewellin Setter. But actually they are also from Europe.

 

7. Which bird dog breed is known as the spaghetti dog?

The Italian Spinone

 

8. Which bird dog breed has the tallest breed standard?

Italian Spinone

 

9. Which bird dog breed has the shortest breed standard?

Brittany

 

10. Which bird dog breed has the heaviest breed standard?

Italian Spinone

 

11. Which three bird dog breeds share two of three words in their name?

German Shorthair Pointer, German Longhair Pointer, German Wirehair Pointer

 

12. Which four bird dog breeds share one of their two words in their name?

English Setter, Gordon Setter, Irish Setter, Llewellin Setter, throw in Red Setter too

 

13. Which bird dog breed is known as the grand daddy of all bird dogs?

English Pointer, it one of the oldest of all bird dogs and it's genes run strong in most bird dog breeds

 

14. What is the difference between a setter and a pointer?

Basically setters have long hair and pointers short. Setters were once taught to lie down when pointing, while pointers hold high. They were both designed to set or hold game when found.

 

15. What bird dog breed is most registered by the A.K.C.?

The German Shorthair

 

16. What bird dog breed may not be taken into Mexico?

None, trick question, gotcha

 

17. What two bird dog breeds are known to be natural pointers and retrievers?

Small and Large Munsterlaenders, though many other breeds will point and retrieve Munsterlaenders should do so naturally.

 

18. What bird dog breed has the Elhew line?

Pointer

 

19. What bird dog breed is known for the Rynman line?

English Setters

 

20. What bird dog breed is known for the Laverack line?

English Setters

 

21. What bird dog breed is known for the Candlewood line?

None, it is a retriever line.

 

22. What bird dog breed is known for the Rebel Rouser Line?

Vizsla

 

23. What bird dog breed is known for the Topbrass line?

None, it is a Golden Retriever line

 

24. What bird dog breed is known for the Springset lines?

Gordon Setters

 

25. Which bird dog breeds have docked tails?

German Shorthairs, German Wirehairs, Griffons, Weimys, Vizslas, Brittanys

 

26. Which bird dog breeds have long tails in the breed standard?

Pointers, English Setters, Gordon Setters, Irish Setters, Large and Small Munsterlaenders

 

27. Which bird dog breed recently removed the name spaniel from it's name?

Brittany

 

28. Which bird dog breed can be found born with a short tail?

A Brittany

 

29. Which bird dog breed is known for the VDD?

German Wirehair Pointer, or Drahthaar

 

30. Which bird dog breed is known for NAVHDA?

None, NAVHDA is for versatile breeds it is not a breed specific organization

 

31. Which bird dog breed had only twelve dogs left after WWII?

The Vizsla, they were the dogs of the Hungarian Royalty. Hungary was on the losing side of three wars between 1880-1950s. In short being of the royals after WWII the communists nearly made the breed extinct.

 

32. Which bird dog breed made a big splash in the US. in the 1950s?

The Weimaraner

 

33. Which bird dog breed is also known as Deutsch Kurzhaar?

German Shorthair Pointer

 

34. Which bird dog breed is also know as Deutsch Drahthaar?

German Wirehair Pointer

 

35. When were the first four bird dog breeds added to the AKC?

1878

 

36. Which were the first four bird dog breeds added to the AKC?

English Setters, Gordon Setters, Irish Setters and Pointers

 

37. Which is the last breed of bird dog registered with the AKC?

Vizsla

 

38. When was the last breed of bird dog registered with the AKC?

Vizsla was first registered in 1960

 

39. What was an AKC breed first the Brittany or the Wirehaired Pointing Griffon?

The Griffon 1887 the Brit wasn't recognized for 50 years later in 1934

 

40. Which breed was recognized by the AKC first, the Weimaraner or the Wirehair?

The Weimy was recognized in 1943, the Wirehair was recognized in 1959

 

41. Which breed of bird dog is known for tri-colors?

English Setters, also French Brittanys

 

42. Which breed of bird dog is known for lemons?

English Setters

 

43. Which breed of bird dog is known for curly coats?

None, Curly Coats refers to retrievers.

 

43. Which breed of bird dog is known as the grouse king?

Two English and Gordon Setters

 

44. Which two breeds of bird dog have wirehaired cousins that are not AKC registerable?

Vizsla and Weimaraner

 

45. What is rarest of the AKC bird dog breeds?

German Wirehair Pointer

 

46. What bird dog breed comes from Italy?

Italian Spinone

 

47. What bird dog breeds come from England?

English Setter, Pointer

 

48. What bird dog breed comes from Scotland?

Gordon Setter

 

49. What bird dog breeds comes from Ireland?

Irish Setter, Red & White Setter, Red Setter

 

50. What bird dog breeds come from Germany?

German Shorthair Pointer, German Wirehair Pointer, Wirehair Pointing Griffon, Weimaraner

 

51. What bird dog breeds come from Denmark?

Large and small Munsterlaenders

 

52. What bird dog breed is known for the Celtic line?

Irish or Red Setters

 

53. What bird dog breed is known for the Rawhide line?

German Shorthair

 



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