The Weimaraner

For more information on this breed contact the Weimaraner Club of America at www.weimclubamerica.org

The following information comes from the American Kennel Club website:

Often referred to as the “grey ghost” because of the distinctive color of its short, sleek coat, the Weimaraner is a graceful dog with aristocratic features. Bred for speed, good scenting ability, courage and intelligence, he remains an excellent game hunter and active participant in other dog sports.

A Look Back
Originally known as the Weimer Pointer (derived from the court that sponsored the breed), the Weimaraner is a product of selective German breeding and comes from the same general stock as other German hunting breeds. It is believed to be a descendant of the Bloodhound and was originally used to hunt wolves, deer and bear. Over the years because of the rarity of bigger game in his surroundings, the Weimaraner adapted to become a bird dog and personal hunting companion.

Right Breed for You?

If you are considering purchasing a Weimaraner puppy, learn more here.

  • Sporting Group; AKC recognized in 1943.
  • Average size: 23 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder.
  • Hunting dog, family companion.

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