Male: 25-27; Female: 23-25 inches
Colors of grey, silver grey (sand), brown and tan, grey and tan, black and tan, deep charcoal grey while some are a light, reddish brown and black.
Weimadors are built more like a Weimaraner than a Lab. Weimador puppies will have the body shape of a Weimaraner including floppy ears and a coat in a variety of colors. Weimadors are great with active families and can adapt to colder climates. They have the Weimaraner body with a coat designed to deal with winter.
Weimadors are an all around sporting dog that is a companion for outdoor adventurers and active families. Separation anxiety has been reduced or eliminated in Weimadors due to the Lab influence in the Weimador genes.
The Weimador is brave and loyal and excels as a watch dog. Weimadors stay with you when off leash (most of the time). Adult Weimadors and Weimador puppies are especially good with children.
The Weimadors short coat is easy to care for and brushing should be done with a firm bristle brush. Weimadors should only be bathed when absolutely necessary. The Weimador should have their feet and mouth inspected for damage after exercise or work sessions.
Depending on the generation, Weimadors coats are shorter than a Lab and shedding is reduced. The Weimador has the body of a Weimaraner with a coat designed to deal with the winter.
The Weimador is full of energy, is eager to learn and please. Weimadors are highly motivated by rewards such as treats or praise. The Weimador breed excels at obedience, agility, hunting and showing.
The Weimador requires exercise and stimulation. Weimador puppies especially love playing ball and romping around. Weimadors must have room to roam and be given opportunities to release their energy. Therefore, a large yard is preferred and is best for them. The Weimadors must be given sufficient exercise to prevent them from becoming bored, barking excessively, or being destructive.
Help reduce the number of Weimador puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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