The average weight of an Old Danish Pointer is between 25-35 kg.
Yes, Old Danish Pointers are generally good with children. However, as with any dog, it is important to supervise interactions between children and dogs.
Yes, Old Danish Pointers were originally bred as hunting dogs and are still used for hunting today. They have a strong sense of smell and are excellent at tracking.
Old Danish Pointers are prone to hip dysplasia, ear infections, and bloat. Regular vet check-ups and proper care can help prevent these issues.
Old Danish Pointers are high-energy dogs and require at least 1-2 hours of exercise per day.