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Characteristics of this breed:
Originally from the Duchy of Saxe-Weimar from which it gets its name, the Weimaraner has long been used as a hunting dog. Of average size, muscular and well proportioned, its silver gray hair is generally short and rarely long.
Its obedient and balanced nature makes the Weimaraner a dog that is particularly talented for dressage, along with its natural aptitude for retrieving and truffle hunting.
Characteristics in Dogzer:
They excel in training and know how to please in obedience competitions. They are also good retrievers and their nose could be useful in truffle hunting!
Weimaraner: the all-rounder dog
The Weimaraner is a dog breed originally from Germany. They came from a cross-breed between three German dog breeds including the German Weimaraner, the Pointer and the Great Dane. The Weimaraner is a dog breed descending from a very ancient breed that''s already extinct called the Leithund. What''s more, a dog of similar features has been recorded in France as far back as the 13th century.
The Weimaraner stands apart from the other breeds because of its head in perfect proportion to its body. Its high-set ears are slighly folded and floppy. Its nose is relatively long. Its eyes are in shades amber and their jaw is powerful. The Weimaraner''s body is set in a straight line, long and strong with a slightly tucked up flank. Their tails are docked at birth. Straight and strong legs which are perfectly parallel. The Weimaraner is defined by its long or short hair which has a distinctive gray color. The Weimaraner is a tall dog of around 25 - 27 inches, males weighing between 70 and 80 pounds and females, 55 - 70 pounds.
The Weimaraner was traditionally a hunting dog. Currently, they make excellent hunting dogs that are at the same time docile and well-rounded. Very affectionate towards their master and adopting family, these dogs make excellent companions.