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Weimaraner
Weimaraner Content
Life Span: The life of the Weimaraner has been know to be anywhere from 9 to 15 years of age.
Litter Size: The litter size of the Weimaraner is approximately on the average of seven puppies.
Group: The Weimaraner breed of dog belongs to the sporting group, and is placed in position 39 of the AKC breed listing. The family consists of gundog, pointer, and versatile hunting dog.
Recognized By: CKC, FCI, AKC, UKC, ANKC, NKC, NZKC, APRI, ACR
Color: brown,tan,blue,grey
Hair Length: Short
Size: Large
Shedding: Moderate Shed
Male Height: 24-27 inches (61-69cm)
Male Weight: 55-70 pounds (25-32kg)
Female Height: 22-25 inches (56-63cm)
Female Weight: 50-65 pounds (23-29kg)
Living Area: It is important to choose the breed of dog that fits your personality and lifestyle. It is also important to understand the breed's guidelines when choosing a dog or bringing one home, such as not picking out a Terrier that is known as a barking or yapping breed when living in an apartment or close quarters. These are considered "common sense rules" and yet, most people pay no attention to them--getting rid of the dog later on when it becomes "ill-mannered." The Weimaraner is an outside hunting dog, and loves being outdoors at certain times. YET they need to be inside with their trainer/owner during the night, when it is cold or cool, or when it is time to watch television. They have a low cold tolerance and a slightly hotter tolerance. They are very affectionate to their owner and have a strong desire to stay with them at all times.

About this Breed

An elegant and noble hunting dog with the look of an aristocrat, combined with kind and gentle features, the Weimaraner is very athletic with a total balance of body form that gives it the highest star quality look. The tallest of the gundog groups, a major requirment of this beautiful breed is that it works in the field--regardless of its background in show or hunting stock--with great speed and endurance. Any faults of this dog that interferes with its working ability are extremely penalized. The Weimaraner combines the traits of speed and endurance with grace, raciness, an alert demeanor, plus pure stamina and determination. With a gait that is smooth and effortless, it should indicate that the dog has a smooth coordination. The hind feet needs to be parallel with the front feet when seen from the rear, and when viewed from the side, the topline should remain strong and level. The head of this hunting breed is what makes it stand out in a croud, with a moderately long and artistocratic head, with a slight median line that gently extends back over its forehead--and stops moderately there. The occiput is prominent with well set back temples, beginning behind the wide set eye sockets--acceptable eye colors are shades of light amber, gray, or blue-gray. When excited, any of these colors have a tendency to appear black. The flews are straight and delicate at the nostrils with skin drawn tightly back, while the lip and gum pigment is a soft pinkish shade. Serious faults are a black-mottled mouth with a snipey muzzle.


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