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Which one of the images below is a Weimaraner?

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1. Silver Lab / 2. Weimaraner

Weimaraners were bred as hunting dogs and when hunting will actually roll in anything smelly they find to disguise their scent.

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A Weimaraners eyes change color as they get older.

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As puppies, Weimaraners have light blue eyes but as they grow, their eyes turn either amber or a gray-blue color. - mentalfloss.com/article/73377/11-noble-facts-about-weimaraners

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Most Weimaraner puppies are born with darker tiger stripes that fade a few days after birth.

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There are two coat varieties of the Weimaraner – Longhaired and Shorthaired. Both varieties are accepted by the AKC as breed standard.

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The AKC does NOT recognize the long haired weimaraner. A distinctly long coat is a disqualification. - AKC Breed Standard

Studies have shown a link between a deficiency in dietery Taurine (an amino acid) and heart disease in dogs.

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veterinary cardiologists recommended that taurine levels be tested in dogs diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, particularly if they were a breed not usually associated with the disease, cardiologists continue to document cases of DCM associated with low blood taurine levels-weimaranerclubofamerica.org

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The Weimaraner originated in Denmark in the 1900's.

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The Weimaraner is a German breed.

Weimaraners are predisposed to a medical condition called Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy, a painful disease that permanently damages the growth plates.

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The Weimaraner, in particular, appears to be predisposed to HOD. Generally, most cases will appear for the first time after vaccination at 8 or 12 wks. In the Weimaraner HOD can be very serious, requiring a very aggressive treatment protocol.-weimaranerclubofamerica.org

According to the American Kennel Club, breed standard colors for a Weimaraner are Silver, Gray and Black.

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A distinctly blue or black coat is a disqualification-AKC breed standard

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Weimaraner's are generally aloof and independent with a low attachment level to their humans.

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They love the company of humans to the point that they will follow you around your house like a second shadow. Weimaraners are always underfoot, curious, wanting to be involved in your activities-weimaranerclubofamerica.org

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