Is The Weimaraner Right For You?
The Weimaraner Standard describes the breed temperament as friendly, fearless, alert, and obedient, but this is but the half of its personality. Assertive, bold, loyal, and headstrong also fit, giving the dog a loving attitude with a willingness to take the upper paw in the family if the opportunity presents itself. Housebreaking can be a problem, as can destructive chewing.
Like most large hunting breeds, the Weimaraner needs lots of exercise and must be kept in a fenced yard to prevent him from ranging in search of game. Because he was developed as a hunting dog and still maintains those instincts, he may be dangerous to birds and small mammals. Unlike many hunting breeds, however, the Weimaraner is a house dog and does poorly when confined to a kennel.
This is a breed that needs obedience training to control his rambunctious nature. Owners should have a crate for the new puppy for help in housetraining and to protect furniture and woodwork from puppy teeth when the little rascal cannot be watched. Puppy classes or control exercises at home are essential for the Weimaraner the moment he enters the family. He must be taught all members of the family are to be obeyed. Training methods must be gentle and firm, for harsh treatment will sour his attitude.
May 2013 puppies going home(coming soon). Congratulations!
Last years pups!
Cole Younger- blue collar (nice blue male)
Doc Holliday-black collar silver grey male,laid back, cuddly and so sweet!
Little Britches -pink flower collar-cute petite blue female, sweet and on the go! Pearl in back.
Pearl Hart -pink collar silver grey female- on the go sweet girl!
Are you my mama? Sophie loves them like she was! Sweet girl!
Emma's pups growing up! 2010 litter
Maverick(above) now lives in Raleigh NC, sweet boy!
Remi(above) lives in St. Louis, pretty girl!
Bo lives in Floresent Mo, big boy!
Bentley lives in Columbia, Mo. My follower, what a lover!