gracious and reliable hunting dog, appreciated because of their stamina and persistance. They are very talented, they excel at hunting, tracking, pointing and searching for game on earth, but as well in water.
No one really knows how it all started. The first record of existence of Weimaraners is probably a painting of prince Rupprecht von der Pflaz with a grey hunting dog, painted by Anthony van Dyke in approximately 1632 in den Haag, Netherlands.
In 1750 Jean Baptiste Oudry painted a grey hunting dog, it looks like a Weimaraner.
Weimaraners were added to the german register at the beginning of 19th century, when they started to be bred in the are of Weimar, currently Germany. Noblemen loved hunting and wanted to have a fast intelligent brave dog, who would have good sniffing predisposition and good stamina. Weimar helped during hunting on bear, wolves and deer. Weimaraner club of Germany had strict rules regarding breeding of the Weimaraners and since 1929 they could have been owned only by a member of the club. After this year, some Weimaraners were exported to America and were bred in the american line with typical temperament and loyalty.
Weimaraner is a family dog, able to guards the house, make you company during hunting, loving towards kids.
You will pick up the puppy at the age of 8 weeks, with chip, certified pedigree, European passport, dewormed and full vaccination.