Bred in Germany as a gundog, the Weimaraner, or “Silver Ghost” as they used to be called, is an elegant and devoted breed. They absolutely love to be around their family and will follow you around all day if they could. Weimaraners have a lot of energy and require adequate exercise – without it, they can become anxious or nervous. An extremely intelligent breed, the Weimaraner can be a bit difficult to train and tend to figure out how to get into trouble all by themselves. Consistent and early training is necessary. Early socialization can help with their weariness of strangers. Their strong desire for human companionship means they can suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for too long. If you’re looking for dog that can be independent and willful but also extremely loving and devoted, the Weimaraner is perfect for you!< p>
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Weimaraner Rescues in the USA
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