The German Wirehaired Pointer
Puppies & Rescue
IS A GWP THE RIGHT DOG FOR YOU ?
Taking on ownership of a dog is a big responsibility, you will have to feed and care for them hopefully for 12-15 years. German Wirehaired Pointers are not the breed for everyone – there is a breed for everyone and it is essential that you look at what you are able to offer a dog and what you want/expect from a dog before deciding on the breed.
The best way to meet and understand the breed is to talk to experienced owners and breeders. They can help you understand the breed and if it is right for you.
This list is published as a form of advertising, the adverts are placed by individuals and are not necessarily ‘recommended’ by the GWPC.
The choice/decision and responsibility is entirely down to the purchaser.
Types of Breeder
There is a formal breeder accreditation scheme run by the Kennel Club, the KC Assured Breeder Scheme (ABS).
Breeders in this scheme are listed first and indicated on their profiles.
All breeders on this site are GWPC members and agree to follow the GWPC Voluntary Code of Conduct.
GWP Puppy List
The GWP is a specialist breed, across the whole UK there were generally only around 45-50 litters a year (about 400 puppies), though in the last 12 months this has risen to over 600 puppies.
The advertisers have undertaken they have followed the GWPC health guidelines and general code of ethics.
If you wish to advertise a litter or as a breeder, please email:
Bridgit Kearns – Puppy List Co-ordinator
For details of requirements for listing a litter – Download Puppy List Application Form
Have you considered a rescue GWP ? On occasion GWP’s are in need of rehoming, some through no fault of their own.
Can you offer a home ?
If you have experience of the breed or dogs in general and can consider giving a home to an older dog, please consider helping out a rescue GWP.
If you want to research different breeds of dog and compare to the German Wirehaired Pointer, then the Kennel Club provide some useful information about puppies and dog breeds in general.
The KC breed information centre for the German Wirehaired Pointer.
The KC has an on-line Info Centre covering all Pedigree breeds.
The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme promotes good breeding practice to force puppy farmers out of business.