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Aliases: Weimaraner Voerstehhund, the Weims

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The Pros and Cons of Getting a Weimaraner

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Before you get a Weimaraner, it is important that you take into consideration certain characteristics of the dog, so that you will know if it is the right dog for you. There are certain traits of a Weimaraner that may work well with some owners, but they can be undesirable to others. It actually depends on your personality and what you expect of your canine friend.

Intelligent and Affectionate

If you want a dog of superior intelligence, you will be most impressed with the Weimaraner. It is a fast learner and it displays a profound understanding of things. Its intelligence makes it very endearing to dog owners. The Weimaraner is also very affectionate and expressive. Many Weimaraner owners remark that their dogs can communicate in an almost human-like manner. For example, it is known that a Weimaraner exaggerates its yawns and expressions to catch people's attention. This may surprise you, but it can even perform various vocalizations, trying to mimic human expressions. A Weimaraner can learn basic commands easily, as well as house breaking and other tricks.

Intelligence is a double edged sword. A Weimaraner can easily learn how to open doors and escape from the room or even the house. So it is important that you make sure all the doors are properly locked if you have a Weimaraner at home. Due to the fact that it is a very affectionate dog, the Weimaraner needs a lot of attention from its owner. If you do not have much time to spare, the Weimaraner may not be suitable for you. It will also need a lot of pet toys, bones, and chews so that it will have something to do when it is left alone. If you don't leave your Weimaraner with some toys, it may end up playing or chewing your furniture or shoes.

Sharp Instincts

A Weimaraner is an incredibly good hunter because it has very sharp instincts. If you love hunting, you can expect a superb tracking dog in a Weimaraner.

Because of its enhanced sense of smell, a Weimaraner can find almost anything. It may empty your trash can to look for leftovers, or it may want to jump over the fence to look for something that smells good a few blocks away.


A Weimaraner is a very loyal dog and it is very devoted to its owner. It will fearlessly protect its owner when it senses that danger is approaching.

A Weimaraner can be "sticky" and it has a constant need to be close to its owner. It will want to share your pillow, lie on your lap or even sleep beside you in bed. It is also known that separation anxiety is quite strong in the Weimaraner and it may lead to destructive behavior.


If you are looking for a companion to brighten up your life, a Weimaraner will surely make a great playmate. It enjoys playing fetch or catch with its owner and it possesses a lively spirit that is almost infectious.

Because it is a fun-loving dog, the Weimaraner can also be very mischievous. It can be quite difficult to control sometimes as well. Young Weimaraners are especially stubborn and demanding.

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