About 12 years
Weimaraner is a German dog breed; The place of the origin of these cops is considered the city of Weimar, which is reflected in the name. It was here in the 19th century that the breed was created. By the way, the locals themselves also call her “silver ghost” for the beauty of silver-gray wool and the piercing look of amber eyes. It is not known for certain who is the progenitor of the Weimar legal. However, scientists suggest that Weimaraner came from European marriages cops, which back in the Middle Ages helped people in catching wild boars, deer, bears and other large animals. Weimaraner also belongs to the group of hunting dogs and is famous for its physical and intellectual qualities in this matter.
Weimar cop has a complex character. She is very much attached to a person and family and will follow her master everywhere. Weimaraner requires attention and affection. If for some reason the dog does not devote enough time, its character begins to deteriorate: the pet becomes closed, irritable and moody.
Weimaraner is quite sensitive. Raising the dog, you can’t raise your voice and scold it strongly this behavior will only push the pet. Representatives of the breed love training, they are curious and will always be happy to learn new teams.
Weimar cops are highly appreciated for their hunting and security qualities. Even being a companion, the dog will perfectly cope with the role of the watchman. He treats strangers with distrust and will always loudly notify the owners about the arrival of guests.
Despite the wayward character, Weimaraner is not aggressive and will not be angry for no reason. He treats children warmly and with understanding, allowing the kids any pranks. He will be happy to play and entertain them. Representatives of this breed get along well with animals, but with rabbits, rodents and birds, contact may not always be made: after all, the hunting instincts of the dog are quite strong.
Weimaraner care depends on the type of dog wool. Of course, longhaired representatives need more attention. In particular, a pet must be combed a couple of times a week with a massage brush, and during molting daily. In addition, it is advisable to bathe pets with long wool once every two months. Shorthaired representatives of the breed are also required to comb wool and bathing, but a little less often.
Conditions of detention
Weimaraner belongs to cops, hunting dogs. This means that for a full life he needs many hours of walks, including intensive running long distances. The dog can live in a city apartment, but only if the owner is able to provide it with physical activity. Still, Weimaraner will be truly happy in a private house. But he cannot live on a leash or in an aviary, as he acorrates in his own space.