Get to know the Cesky Fousek
All you need to know about the breed
Curious minds will ask if that’s a German Wirehaired Pointer at the end of your leash or a... Although the resemblance is extremely striking, the Cesky Fousek is very much their own breed and a rare one at that: They are hard to find in many countries outside of the Czech Republic. Look for a specialised breeder if you’d like to add this unique canine to your home.
The Cesky Fousek has a huge desire to please and responds very well to training but at times can be a bit stubborn if they want their way. They can be sensitive too (read: a softie) so sometimes patience will be needed in order to bring the best behaviour out of your Cesky Fousek.
Despite their start as a sport dog, the Cesky Fousek is fairly low-maintenance and a contented dog all around. Loyalty is characteristic here. The Cesky Fousek is easily gratified, whether with family or out in the field. With their sporting beginnings, they’re known to playfully nip at those they need to corral. Fear not, your Cesky Fousek is merely trying to make sure that the pack stays together.
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From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Cesky Fousek
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