What are the characteristics of Weimaraner puppies?


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During their initial spurts of growth, Weimeraner puppies can grow up to 3 pounds per day. Puppies have very soft coats and attractive blue eyes with touches of amber. Despite its intelligence, this breed of puppy is often difficult to train at first.

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What are the characteristics of Weimaraner puppies?
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Weimeraner puppies get along well with each other and may prefer the company of their companion over their owner, so it may be better to get one puppy at a time to establish a proper connection between the pet and owner. These puppies are very curious and have an energy level that increases rapidly as they grow. They also have a very strong sense of smell, so they regularly investigate and track new scents.

Weimeraners keep this rambunctious personality as they age, and puppies grow into slender, muscular dogs of up to 27 inches in height. They can weigh up to 90 pounds, and there is little difference between males and females. Bred to trail big game in hunting parties, modern Weimeraners regularly compete in pointing field trials. These dogs are shy around other animals and strangers but affectionate toward owners. The short coat requires minimal maintenance, and though Wimeraners have a few health issues, they can live up to 13 years.

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