Weimaraner

At a glance
weimaranerFormerly called Weimar Pointers, Weimaraners are a breed of dog that was developed for the sporting German royalty during the early 19th century. They are multi-purpose and multi-talented pointers and retrievers. The Weimaraner is currently utilized in various occupations all over the world like police work, search and rescue, and tracking.

Summary

  • Names – Weimaraner Vorstehhund, Weim, Gray Ghost
  • Group – AKC: Sporting; KC: Gundogs
  • Size – large
  • Life expectancy – average of 12 and range of 9 to 15 years
  • Cost of ownership – low
  • Ease of ownership – medium
  • Aggressive tendency – high
  • Amount of Exercise – high
  • Amount of Grooming – low
  • Ease of Training – high
  • Obedience level – high
  • Suitable for Children – medium
  • Amount of Care Required – medium
  • Susceptibility to Health Problems – low Read more

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Weimaraner

At a glance
weimaranerFormerly called Weimar Pointers, Weimaraners are a breed of dog that was developed for the sporting German royalty during the early 19th century. They are multi-purpose and multi-talented pointers and retrievers. The Weimaraner is currently utilized in various occupations all over the world like police work, search and rescue, and tracking.

Summary

  • Names – Weimaraner Vorstehhund, Weim, Gray Ghost
  • Group – AKC: Sporting; KC: Gundogs
  • Size – large
  • Life expectancy – average of 12 and range of 9 to 15 years
  • Cost of ownership – low
  • Ease of ownership – medium
  • Aggressive tendency – high
  • Amount of Exercise – high
  • Amount of Grooming – low
  • Ease of Training – high
  • Obedience level – high
  • Suitable for Children – medium
  • Amount of Care Required – medium
  • Susceptibility to Health Problems – low Read more