Dogs that were originally trained to find live game and/or to retrieve game that had been shot and wounded. This group is divided into four categories - Retriever, Spaniels, Hunt/Point/Retrieve and Setters although many of the breeds are capable of doing the same work as the other sub-groups. They make good companions, their temperament making them ideal all-round family dogs. It is said that they are perhaps the most intelligent of the breeds, resulting in their wide variety of uses and their ease of training. They are active dogs requiring plenty of exercise and attention.

Gundoggroup Breeds
Bracco Italiano
Retriever (Curly Coated)
Retriever (Flat Coated)
English Setter
Retriever (Golden)
German Longhaired Pointer
Retriever (Labrador)
German Shorthaired Pointer
Retriever (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling)
German Wirehaired Pointer
Slovakian Rough Haired Pointer
Gordon Setter
Small Munsterlander (no breed standard currently)
Hungarian Vizsla
Spaniel (American Water) (no breed standard currently)
Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla
Spaniel (Clumber)
Irish Red and White Setter
Spaniel (Cocker)
Irish Setter
Spaniel (English Springer)
Italian Spinone
Spaniel (Field)
Spaniel (Irish Water)
Korthals Griffon
Spaniel (Sussex)
Lagotto Romagnolo
Spaniel (Welsh Springer)
Large Munsterlander
Spanish Water Dog
Retriever (Chesapeake Bay)


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