They will make you laugh all the time!!!1 They are very easy to train and love being trained. They want to please you so you can teach them all the tricks you want.
Yep! They are irresistible
They are ready to play all the time and sometimes it is sooooo hard to say no!
They love to be with you, it doesn't matter how.
But you must teach your kid how to approach a weimaraner and train your weim very early.
Even if their paws get frozen they will go forever
They keep our hearts and body warm :)
They are very protective with their family.
Aristrocratic look, minimal grooming, no hair everywhere, no drooling, always elegant....... so is there any downside????
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They were a little bit bored and started to chew it. Weims love chewing and if you don't provide them with new toys they can chew even your walls.
They don't like to be left alone. If it is reading a book about dinosaurs, they don't care, believe me. The will love it, if that means being with you.
They can suffer severe separation anxiety. They want to be with you, so if you cannot spend lots of time with your weim, this is not the breed for you.
They are very active and really need outdoor exercise. Once all that extra energy is burned out they behave well and stay calm inside the house. Remember a good weimaraner is a tired weimaraner.
So we taught ours to dig on command, so they help us to make holes for new plants. Well... some holes they decided to do by their own. We definitely need to buy some more plants.
And with that sweet face and those blue eyes it is really hard to say NO. You must set up the rules from day one. They are very smart dogs and will challenge you all the time.
So be prepared to receive some animals dead or alive ( as in this case a sweet wild bunny) that your weim will proudly bring to you from your backyard.
Puppy stage is really short. A full grown weimaraner is heavy and overpowering
They have a strong willed mind of his own, requiring a confident owner who can take charge. Training is a must when it comes to a weimaraner.
They bond to their human very closely, they will be your true shadow. So if you are not the kind of super affectionate owner this is not the breed for you.
You need to crate train your puppy for his safety and the safety of your house. Once trained they usually do well.
So get used to "nose art" on your windows.
Weims require supervision, interaction, and quality time every day.
Except you are in the backyard with them!!!
The most important thing for a weim is you. Pls think about it. Are you ready to spend 12 years of your life with a weimaraner? It is a life commitment.
If so, you'll have the most loyal companion.
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Weims are better for older kids but our four kids were raised with weims and one of them actually learned to walk with one so some exceptions apply.
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