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Great Weimar Breed Information

Great Weimar

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Caring for a Great Weimar

Feeding: The Great Weimar likes to eat a lot.

Living with a Great Weimar

Temperament: The Great Weimar is an easy-going dog.

Family Dog: The Great Weimar makes a wonderful family dog but watch out for your toes because they won't. They typically get along great with kids and cats.

Shedding: The Great Weimar sheds a lot.

Grooming: The coat of the Great Weimar should be brushed every other day during the heavy shedding.

Training: The Great Weimar is very easy to train if done consistently.

Behavior: The Great Weimar is a very obedient dog if trained properly. They listens to commands very well and are sometimes too smart for their own good. They are generally laid back but can become jealous when their owner is around other animals.

Barking: The Great Weimar is not known as a barker. They do like to bark at strangers through the window or other dogs barking.

Weather: The Great Weimar does not care for rain.

Exercise: The Great Weimar loves to run but doesn't need a ton of exercise. They love to be lazy at times.

Physical Ability: The Great Weimar is very strong and extremely fast once he breaks stride.

Living Conditions: The Great Weimar love to be inside with the family.

Great Weimar Appearance

Appearance: The Great Weimar has the bone structure and attitude of the Great Dane with big floppy Weimaraner ears and blue coat.

Size: A fully grown Great Weimar weighs around 100 pounds and stands about 3 foot tall at the shoulders.

Eyes: The eyes of the Great Weimar can be a golden yellow color.

Ears: The Great Weimar has big, long, floppy ears.

Body: The body of the Great Weimar is about halfway between that of the Weimaraner and the Great Dane in size.

Feet: The Great Weimar has very large feet.

Tail: The tail of the Great Weimar can be docked.

Color: The Great Weimar can have a blue or solid black coat with a white beard and chest.

Great Weimar Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Great Weimar is 10+ years.

Characteristics: The Great Weimar doesn't care to swim much.

Great Weimar Health

Health: The Great Weimar is typically a healthy dog with no known problems at this time.

Ear Health: The ears of the Great Weimar should be cleaned weekly.

Dental Health: The Great Weimar does not have the best dental health and may need to go to the vet often for teeth cleaning.


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