Country of Origin:
Germany - Pointers probably contributed to genealogy. Referred to as the Lost Valley of Tibet. Regarded as a holy dog by the lamas - symbol of good luck. Never sold, only given as gifts. Recognized in England since 1937 and imported into the US in 1956. Accepted into AKC in 1973.
This dog is friendly, eager to work, intelligent, and energetic.
Provided proper socialization has taken place, this breed gets along fine with other household pets. The Weimeraner gets along fine with other dogs, and is friendly toward children. Although not unfriendly toward strangers, this dog will protect its family in times of danger.
Coat can either be short-hiared or long-haired. Either type of coat is can be silver or mouse-colored.
The short-haired Weimeraner has few grooming neads. Periodically use a rubber brush to remove dead hairs. The long-haired type needs to be brushed and then combed. Its ears must be checked to make sure they are clean.
Solid light grey
Family Pet, Protection, Sports, Watch Dog