10 Two of the most famous British Pointers were Pluto and Juno, owned by a Colonel Thornton, who was said to have held a point on a covey of partridges for a little more than an hour.
11 They bring to mind the old joke of a hunter who lost his Pointer on the moors. He found the dog a year later — as a skeleton pointing the skeleton of a bird.
12 Sensation, a handsome lemon and white Pointer imported in 1876 from England, is the emblem of the Westminster Kennel Club, which was founded in 1877.
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