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Weimaraner Puppy for Sale in San Diego, CA

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Breed: Weimaraner
Sex: Female
Birthdate: 07-10-2019 (10 Weeks)
Champion bloodlines: No
Champion sired: No
Price: $695 USD  Buyer tips
Shipping area: Worldwide
What's included: Current vaccinations, Health guarantee
Additional information: Weimaraners are known to be obedient, extremely
loyal, eager and willing to please. Happy,
playful, alert and love human attention. Great
family dogs! Extremely gentle, friendly, and very
tolerant of children. Up to date on vaccines and
dewormed. Health guarantee included. Looking to be
a part of a loving and caring home. Flexible
showing times. Ranch Raised. NO SCAMS PLEASE $695
WHICH INCLUDES: Vaccine card Vaccine schedule Diet
schedule Parasite information Puppy contract
Orange County-- $150 Los Angeles-- $195
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$195 CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED! We accept Cash, Credit
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roughly $500.00 (estimate) which includes a crate,
airfare, food & water bowl and health certificate.
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weimaraner, german shepherd The Weimaraner is a
large dog that was originally bred for hunting in
the early 19th century. Early Weimaraners were
used by royalty for hunting large game such as
boar, bear and deer. Wikipedia Hypoallergenic: No
Life expectancy: 11 – 14 years
Temperament: Stubborn, Aloof, Steady, Intelligent,
Energetic, Alert, Powerful, Fast Colors:
Mouse-gray, Silver-gray, Silver Weight: Female:
55–77 lbs (25–35 kg), Male: 66–88 lbs (30–40 kg)
Height: Female: 23–25 inches (59–63 cm), Male:
24–26 inches (62–67 cm) Appearance[edit] The
Weimaraner is athletic in appearance.
Traditionally, the tail is docked. In countries
where this is still carried out, the docked tail
should measure approximately 6 inches in the adult
dog, and this is part of the American Kennel Club
breed standard. Tail docking is illegal in several
countries, where the breed is shown with an entire
tail. The British Kennel Club breed standard
describes a tail reaching to the hocks and carried
below the level of the back when relaxed, and the
German breed club standard calls for a full tail
that is strong and well coated, which can be
carried above the line of the back when the dog is
working. Weimaraners are great water dogs as
evidenced by their webbed paws. The eyes of the
Weimaraner may be light amber, grey or blue-grey.
Coat and color[edit] Long-haired Weimaraner This
breed's short coat and unusual eyes give it a
distinctive regal appearance. The coat
is extremely low-maintenance, short, hard, and
smooth to the touch, and may range from
charcoal-blue to mouse-grey to silver-grey or even
blue-grey. Where the fur is thin or non-existent,
inside the ears or on the lips for example, the
skin should be pinkish rather than white or black.
This breed does not have an undercoat, so extreme
cold should be avoided. While their coat is short,
this breed does shed. The Weimaraner's coat color
led to its nickname of "the Grey Ghost". In
November 2009 and January 1, 2010, the United
Kennel Club (UKC) removed the disqualification
from both Blue and Longhair Weimaraners. A black
coat remains an automatic disqualification, though
a small white marking in the chest area only is
permitted. Dogs with blue coats are disqualified
from conformation/show competition,[6] but
are recognized as purebred Weimaraners by the AKC.
There is another incidental variety, described as
having the "mark of the hound", where the dog is
the usual grey colour but with faint tan markings
(similar to Doberman Pinschers). Weimaraners can
have several unique physical characteristics such
as small lobes on the inside of the ear, known as
"Harrasburg Horns", and "Grafmar's Caps", very
light gray patches between the ears.[7]
A long-haired variety is recognized by most kennel
clubs around the world except the American Kennel
Club. The long-haired Weimaraner has a silky coat
with an undocked, feathered tail. The gene is
recessive, so breeding will produce some
long-haired puppies only if both parents carry the
trait. Size[edit] According to the Fιdιration
Cynologique Internationale standard, the male
Weimaraner stands between 59 to 70 cm (23 to 28
in) at the withers. Females are between 57 to 65
cm (22 to 26 in). Males normally weigh about 30–40
kg (66–88 lb). Females are generally between 25–35
kg (55–77 lb).[1] A Weimaraner should give the
appearance of a muscular, athletic dog.

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