The Weimaraner originates from Germany. It has a large build and was bred in the early 19th century originally for hunting. The earliest breeds of Weimaraner are associated with Royalty, they were used by royalty for large game expeditions. The game that was hunted by the Weimaraner includes deer, boar, and bear. After a while, large game hunting started declining, this, in turn, necessitated the switch to hunting small game like foxes, rabbits, and fowls. An all-purpose dog, the Weimaraner was admired as a gun dog with versatile abilities. Discover more about our Weimaraner puppies for sale below!
The Weimaraner is a dog breed that originates from Germany. It is a 19th-century gun dog linked to the Leithound ancestry. Two theories postulate that they are descendants of the Chien-Gris bloodline or the St. Hubert Hound linked to the Bloodhound.
The Weimaraner is a hunting dog bursting with high levels of energy. It has a high instinct for hunting prey, it can endure tough conditions and it has a lot of stamina. Tolerance levels with cats are minimal, it seldom switches to hunter-prey mode irrespective of the time it has bonded with a cat. It’s not ideal to leave a Weimaraner and a cat in the same spot all alone. Small prey that wanders into the garden is in for a chase because it’s in the DNA of a Weimaraner to track and hunt them down unless they’re unbothered by their presence.
The Weimaraner is predominantly a house dog. Backyard life or kennel life is a no-no for Weimaraner. Apartment life suits them pretty well. As with most dogs, a large fenced backyard is suitable for them to perform physical activities. On the flip side, the Weimaraner is a great landscaper, once he is done ridding your backyard of bugs, mice, and moles I’m sure you’ll be needing the services of a pro-grade landscaper, and not the average run of the mill service provided by your own “friendly neighborhood Weimaraner.”
The Weimaraner is a big dog that requires lots of exercise. It requires a couple of hours of daily exercise, this will keep your home environment from suffering from a free for all chewing spree, recreational barks, and vintage “Indiana Jones” styled digging in your backyard.
Owning a Weimaraner feels like striking gold in the grooming Olympics. The short hair texture of its coat makes dirt fall off easily after a spar in the mud. Brushing the coat weekly with a bristle brush should keep the coat neat and tidy. Weimaraners are shedders, but the brushing process will take off loose hair from their coats. Goodbye hairy furniture and clothes! Use Chamois to wipe down their silvery coats of you want them all shiny. Ensure that you bathe the Weimaraner regularly, they love rolling around in the mud, this will help remove any uncharacteristic smell.
Our Weimaraner puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Weimaraner puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
We look forward to helping you find your next family member. Our pet counselors can answer any questions you have about our Weimaraner puppies.
Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions about Weimaraners
Are Weimaraners good family dogs?
Their prey-drive makes them exceptional hunting dogs. Through training and socialization, their versatile nature comes into play, hence they become an important addition to the family.
Are Weimaraners aggressive?
There’s a potential for aggression towards animals. The Weimaraner was originally bred for hunting prey, so this makes them aggressive towards other dogs of the same sex. They have a penchant for pursuing fleeing creatures with an intent to destroy.
How much does a Weimaraner cost?
The cost of a Weimaraner varies. Contact us today to learn more about the availability and cost of Weimaraner puppies.
Do Weimaraners like water?
Depending on how you socialize them to water at their puppy stage, the Weimaraner will swim. You might notice that your little puppy doesn’t swim, but if he is properly socialized towards maturity, swimming will become part of his lifestyle.
Do Weimaraners like to cuddle?
When a Weimaraner has been socialized it can come off as too clingy to its owner. It literally will be with you every step of the way, making you aware of its presence.
How Smart is a Weimaraner?
A Weimaraner could comfortably win an award for the world’s 21st smartest dogs. On their own, they can outsmart their owner and they have also been referred to a dog with a human brain.
Are Weimaraners high maintenance?
Yes, they Are! Weimaraners require lots of exercise and love to spend quality time with their owners.
Do Weimaraners have health problems?
Health problems can be associated with breeding. You must select a vetted breeder because diseases like hyperthyroidism, hip dysplasia, tricuspid dysplasia, entropion, and corneal dystrophy are peculiar to Weimaraners.
How often should you walk a Weimaraner?
Weimaraners require lots of exercises to sustain their build. A brisk 45-minutes-walk should be done twice daily, morning and afternoon preferably.
Are Blue Weimaraners rare?
Blue Weimaraners are not rare, Gray Weimaraners might be more predominant but they’re certainly not rare.
Weimaraners are ideal family dogs that hunt for small creatures that seldom wreak havoc in your home. They are very cuddly and loving but can snap and be aggressive towards other dogs of the same sex. If they’re not properly socialized they shouldn’t be allowed near house cats. They can be a pain sometimes by chewing your home furniture; however, if they get regular exercise and training, they’ll do away with this behavior. If you’re looking for a hunting dog that’s friendly to the family, then the Weimaraner is your dog.