If your dog is anything like Hank, our Weimaraner, they are a built-in vacuum. Meal time, especially with small children, is complete paradise for your four-legged friend. One needs to be careful about the treats, or leftovers that are given to your pet. Some of the foods that are good and nutritious for us, can … Continue reading Yes it is TRUE: Your dog could be allergic to the food you eat!
When deciding between what breed of dog will best suit your home it is always important to make sure you understand the breed and their characteristics. Growing up Labrador retrievers were the dog that lived in our home. We had males and females, inside and outside only dogs, hunters, and lovers. Labrador's have great temperaments. … Continue reading Labrador or Weimaraner: More similar than different
For the past 30 years big dogs have been filling the living rooms and running the yards of the my house. I have owned Labrador's and Weimaraner's but have been an aunt to Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Sheepadoodle's, and Vizsla's. There are many commonalities between owning large dogs. Although there are varying degrees of differences, mostly when … Continue reading Owning a Large Dog
One of the main decisions to be made when choosing your new Weimaraner is the color of Weimaraner you would like. There are two colors of Weimaraner's, the traditional Silver or Grey, and the more controversial Blue. The color of the coat does not determine if your Weimaraner is a pure breed or not. The … Continue reading Choosing the “Gray Ghost” or the Controversial Blue
Nail care for you Weimaraner, is it necessary and how important is it? Long nails can be bad. They can get caught and rip on rocks, they can tear easily, they scratch surfaces, they sound awful, and the are ugly. Let's get serious and talk about the annoying click of your Weimaraner's nails on the … Continue reading Weimaraner Nail Care: A 2 Step Plan That Eliminates The Fight
When we say work for their food, we don't mean table food off the counter... Make meal time interesting Weimaraner's are fast and passionate about most everything they do, included eating. Meal times are usually over within minutes as your puppy gulps down food. Eating so quickly can cause dogs to be bloated, increase … Continue reading Making Your Weimaraner Work For Their Food
3 exercises to efficiently wear out your Weimaraner