A Pointador is a mix between a Labrador Retriever and a Pointer.
Labradors and Pointers have different builds with the pointer being tall and lean and the Labrador being a bit stockier. The choice of which breed will be the artificially inseminated female depends on the size of the two dogs involved.
With most dog mix breeds, it may be difficult to predict what the resulting puppies will look like. This is not the case with offspring from the Labrador and Pointer pairing as the two dog breeds have a lot of features in common. Here are a few physical traits you may find in your Pointador.
The weight of a Pointador ranges from 35 to 80 lbs and its height can be anywhere between 22 to 28 inches. The actual size will depend on genetics and which of the two parents the Labrador Pointer mix takes after.
At first glance, the Labrador and Pointer dog breeds are very similar-looking when it comes to facial and skull features. There are only a few subtle differences like the elevated nose and brow features of the pointer and the larger ears on a Lab.
Other than that, you could expect a dog with a wide, forehead, large and wide-set eyes, a long snout, and long droopy ears.
This may be the only unpredictable feature you can expect from your Labrador Pointer doggy. The coat is usually short and dense as is the case with both parents.
However, when it comes to color you may either have the single-colored yellow, black, or chocolate from the Lab or one of up to 8 different colors and combinations from the Pointer.