Ariege Pointer Personality
Ariege Pointer Characteristics
Dog Park Friendly
Ariege Pointer Care
Ariege Pointer History & Lineage
Ariege Pointer Medical Challenges
Although some dogs amongst the breed can experience issues such as hip dysplasia and eye disorders, the Ariege Pointer is a predominantly healthy breed. Like other similar dogs, the Ariege Pointer can experience bloat or stomach torsion. To mitigate the risk of these conditions, avoid having your Pointer do any heavy exercise immediately before or after meals. Annual check ups with your veterinarian will help to ensure the continued well being of your Ariege Pointer. The National Breed Club also suggests that you talk to your vet about hip, thyroid and ophthalmologist evaluations to help you gain a better understanding of your dogs health. Your dog will be grateful for the love and care you provide them and will be sure to find ways to show it.