Weimaraners, sometimes called the “Grey Ghost,” is an obedient, friendly, beautiful, and active dog. Of German origin, this pup is great with kids, easy to train, and have a kind, loving nature. They just want to be included in the family.
The Weimaraner (pronounced Wy-mah-rah-ner) was initially bred in Germany in the 19th century to be a big game hunting dog for German aristocracy. Crossed with Bloodhounds and different French and German hunting dogs, the Weimaraner pursued mountain lions, wolves, and even bears. As time— and availability of prey lessening—went on, these sleek creatures chased bird prey and smaller game. They were a treasure to the German aristocracy for years before they began going abroad around 1920.
Weimaraners love activity. They have speed, stamina, and alertness but all balanced with poise and grace. For as much as they were bred to be hunting dogs, they are stunning dogs to look at and have a wonderful, friendly nature. Weimaraners need an abundant amount to stay physically and mentally satisfied.
Daily kibble serving
Trim nails frequently
Weimaraners have delicate stomachs. Any sort of rich food may upset their digestive system. Weimaraners, overall, have a great appetite (watch out in case they try to lick and eat the bowl long after!) and enjoy eating some table scraps—but not too many. Make sure your Weimaraner has a high-protein diet. Dry kibble on its own or with a little bit of water is preferential to the sleek pup. Clean water is important, too, because this active dog needs hydrate quite often.