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Weimaraner Breed Information

They are very old breed, and were originally found in Germany. This breed is believed to have descended from blood hounds. They were mainly used as hunting dogs, and also as retrievers. They were used both in dry and also wet terrines. This breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club in the year 1943. This breed is medium in size. They are tall and have an athletic body. Their teeth form scissor bite. They have a small and also wedge shaped head. They always have an alert expression on their face. Their muzzle is short in length. Their body is lean and also slender. The ears set in the either side of their head are slightly hanging and also rounded at the tips. The coat covering the body of this breed is short and also very smooth, giving a glossy touch to the whole body. The feet of this breed are hard padded, which helps them to adjust in hard terrines. This breed is very loving and caring. They are gentle and also very calm in nature. They devoted and also loyal towards their master. They are very keen to please their master. They get easily attached with the family. This breed is always very watchful and also alert, which makes them perfect watch dogs. They are also good guard dogs, as they are fearless, brave, courageous and also protective of their master. They should be trained by a firm and also confident trainer. This breed can be aggressive towards strangers and also unfamiliar animals, which can be avoided with proper socializing lessons from an early age. They are gentle and calm in presence of children and other household pets, but its best to keep them away from smaller pets. The average height and weight of a healthy male Weimaranar is 61 cm to 69 cm, and 25 kg to 32 kg respectively. In case of the females in the breed, the average height and weight are 23 kg to 29 kg. This breed is suitable in apartments, as long as they are properly exercised. They should be taken out for daily walks. The average life expectancy of this breed is 10 years to 13 years.

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