A favored canine companion of German nobility, the Weimaraner has often been called “Grey Ghost” because of it’s distinct, steel grey coat and harmonizing eye and nose and skin pigmentation. Originally used exclusively as an all-purpose gun dog for the nobility, the Weimaraner has found it’s way into the hearts and homes of dog-lovers worldwide over the past century.
This aristocratic looking breed makes a loyal, affectionate and protective family pet, and excels in wild game hunting and obedience training. Weimaraners stand from 23 to 27 inches at the shoulder. The sleek, steel-grey coat requires minimal grooming – weekly brushing keeps it clean and shiny. Weimaraners are very intelligent and are easily trained. They do best in country settings or homes with large yards. They enjoy plenty of outdoor exercise.