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The Weimaraner — a breed developed to fulfill all needs of the German hunter — is best known for its versatility. Centuries of selective breeding have cultivated aptitudes for pointing, retrieving, and tracking of both feathered and furred game. Known as the “Forester’s Dog,” the Weimaraner is the constant companion of the professional German forester who must control predatory animals, bring poachers to justice, track wounded game, and regulate all aspects of game management. After sharing these tasks all day, the forester’s dog joins home and hearth all evening. Because of the centuries of close bonding, the Weimaraner has become dependent on human companionship. This is a breed that thrives best as a household companion, sharing all family activities; this is not a breed to leave in a kennel until time to go hunting. The Weimaraner’s captivating personality, long life, and intense devotion to humans is the source of its special appeal as a companion for owners with no interest in hunting. For hunters, the hours of shared anticipation are as important as the activities afield.

Would you like to know:

  • How to prolong the sexual success of your aging stud dog?
  • How to read and understand a German pedigree?
  • How to create and evaluate pups with exceptional potential?
  • How to naturally develop a pup's swimming and hunting skills?
  • The name of every Weimaraner Field Trial Champion?
  • How to train for tracking without running hunting ability?
  • How to identify a long-haired pup as early as possible?
  • More about the WCA Versatility program and versatile Weimaraners?
  • How the modern Weimaraner bears a striking resemblance to the silver gray hounds brought to France from the Holy Land in about 1250?

With:

  • 915 + pages, with 36 updated chapters, 32 now in color.
    Including agility and NAVHDA
  • More than 1500 images, most in color.
    Many never before published
  • With fresh works by: William Wegman, Gene LaFollette, and Harry Giglio

Plus:

  • Newest tips and serial photos for breeding and whelping success
  • A complete list of Dual Champions and just who their parents are
  • Detailed instructions, with diagrams, on proper tail docking
  • Photos and biographies of all 80 Best-in-Show winners as well as all 160 top bench - and field producing Weimaraners
  • Appendices with dates and breeding of all national winners of annual show and field events