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Rebecca Gardea, has been an owner and breeder of Weimaraners, for the past seventeen years. As a pet owner Rebecca and her Weims have a full life, from field training to AKC Confirmation events, Rebecca is insuring that her dogs have form and function.
The Weimaraner, Germany’s sleek and swift “Gray Ghost,” is beloved by hunters and pet owners alike for their friendliness, obedience, and beauty. They enjoy exercise, and plenty of it, along with lots of quality time with their humans.
The first thing to know about the Weimaraner is that he’s a housedog. He’s not meant for kennel or backyard life, and he’s also not suited to apartment living. This highly active dog needs a large, securely fenced yard where he can run, and an active family who can provide him with the exercise and mental stimulation he needs. A sense of humor helps as well, especially when you see how your Weim has relandscaped your yard in his efforts to rid it of mice, moles, and bugs. He’ll be proud of himself for his good efforts, so don’t forget to praise him as you calculate in your head how much time, money, and effort it will require to put the yard back the way you like it. You might want to supervise him more closely and provide him with additional exercise. Weimaraners need a couple of hours of exercise daily if you want to prevent recreational barking, chewing and digging.