The Weimaraner is a short-coated dog. Its color ranges from light silver-gray to dark gray. The eyes are blue to amber. The females are usually between 23 and 25 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh between 55 and 70 pounds. The males are larger at 25 to 27 inches at the shoulder and 65 to 85 pounds. This breed is used for hunting pheasant, quail, and other upland birds and waterfowl. They are bred for intelligence and stamina, to be able to work all day in the field. They love to work and play and have seemingly endless energy. When not working, they are part of the family and like to be included in everything you do.
Our club was founded to promote the improvement of the Weimaraner and the responsible dog ownership.
Although they excel at hunting, they are used for obedience, tracking, show dogs, therapy dogs, drug detectors, military, and police K9s, and as the favored companion. The Weimaraner is a very versatile dog with the brains and energy to do almost anything!
For more information about the history of the Weimaraner, please visit the WCA site – https://weimaranerclubofamerica.org/history.php
For more information on the Weimaraner standard, please visit the WCA site – https://weimaranerclubofamerica.org/AKCstandard.php
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