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Originating in Germany in the 1800’s, the Weimaraner is also commonly known as the ‘Weimaraner Vorstehund’, ‘Weim’, ‘Silver Ghost’, or ‘Gray Ghost’.The Weimaraner breed was created intentionally from Continental pointing breeds, Bloodhounds, and mastiffs with a goal of creating a noble-looking, all-purpose dog that could go after any prey animal.It is unclear where the distinct grey color of the Weimaraner originates from, but it has remained since ancient times. The dog shares its name with the Grand Duke of Weimer, whose breeding program favored the breed.Ownership of the breed was strictly limited for decades, and only members of the German Weimaraner Club were allowed to own a Weimaraner.As a result, most dogs were kept indoors and pampered, leading to strong attachments with their owners in the form of strong bonds which continue to this day.It wasn’t until 1929 that a pair of Weimarlanders was finally released to the United States, and the Weimaraner quickly became a popular hunting and show dog, receiving American Kennel Club recognition in 1943.There have been many famous Weimaraner pets and subjects throughout history, such as Dwight D. Eisenhower’s dog Heidi, as well as Man Ray and Fay Ray, photographers William Wegman pets and subjects.

How large is a Weimaraner?

The Weimaraner is between 58 and 69 cm tall (23-27 in) and typically weighs 25-41 kg (55-90 lbs).It is a large dog with longer, pointed ears, a grey nose, and dark-colored eyes. It is also a dog with a sloped back and feet covered in webs.The weimaraner tails are often docked to a third of its natural length and has a captivating look

The Weimaraner Coat.

Weimaraner dogs have a short, wavy coat that is extremely soft to the touch.Some standards recognize a long-haired, silky breed with an undocked tail, but not in North America.The gray color of the Weimaraner can range from silver to beige or tan toned (beige or tan toned).Instead of being white or black, the skin is flesh-toned.

Weimaraner has the following characteristics:

This dog breed is loyal, friendly, enthusiastic, intelligent, and athletic and is often referred to as ‘dog with a human brain’ due to it’s keen and quick problem-solving abilities.They require a calm and patient owner and are driven and rambunctious, especially when young. They need socialization and can be called ‘emotionally needy’. Weimaraners will chew everything they see if ignored or neglected.

Temperament

Once socialized properly as a puppy, the Weimaraner gets along fine with other dogs and household pets. Due to his high level of energy, the Weimaraner is generally not recommended for homes with young children.Weimaraner dogs do not get along with other dogs; it is quite territorial; and it will protect its family in times of danger.

Care

There are few grooming needs for the short-haired Weimaraner. Remove dead hairs periodically with a rubber brush.Its ears must be checked for cleanliness regularly in order to prevent infections. Long-haired varieties need to be brushed and combed daily.

Training

Training is crucial for a Weimaraner; some suffer from separation anxiety or aggressive behavior (as a natural hunter, every Weimaraner will display some level of aggression).A confident approach is needed as this breed can sometimes try to dominate its handler, so Weimaraners excel in a variety of dog sports including agility competitions.

Activity

You need to jog for long periods of time and play in a yard with the Weimaraner breed; it appears to be a seemingly endless supply of stamina.There is no doubt this breed is not the best choice for anyone who does not wish to exercise it regularly. The Weimaraner does not enjoy apartment life and prefers a more outdoor life.

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