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Braco de weimar marron

Oct 17, 2021
Braco de weimar marron

Braco de weimar marron

Gun dog

The Weimar Braque is a very active dog, that’s why you can’t keep it locked up in a case, but you must take it for a walk or run with you every day. For these outings you need a harness that fits your dog.
The Julius harness has a padded part that covers a good part of the back and sides of your Weimar Braco de Weimar. It is completed by a strap that crosses vertically the chest and closes under the belly.
A harness that should be basic if your idea is to transport your Weimaraner in the car. It is important that they are of high quality and that they have passed the pertinent tests, since in case of braking they do their job.

Weimaraner rojo

El Weimaraner (/ˈwaɪmərɑːnər/ VY-mə-rah-nər) es un perro de gran tamaño que fue criado originalmente para la caza a principios del siglo XIX[3]. A medida que la popularidad de la caza mayor comenzó a disminuir, los Weimaraner se utilizaron para cazar animales más pequeños como aves, conejos y zorros.
El Weimaraner es un perro de caza polivalente. Su nombre procede del Gran Duque de Sajonia-Weimar-Eisenach, Karl August, cuya corte, situada en la ciudad de Weimar (ahora en el estado de Turingia, en la actual Alemania), disfrutaba de la caza. El Weimaraner posee rasgos como la velocidad, la resistencia, un gran sentido del olfato, una gran mirada, coraje e inteligencia[4]. A veces se hace referencia a la raza como el “fantasma gris” del mundo canino, debido a su pelaje y color de ojos fantasmales junto con su estilo de caza sigiloso[4].
El Weimaraner se mantenía en la corte de Weimar en el siglo XIX y tenía una buena parte de ascendencia del Leithound[1]. Dos teorías proponen que descienden de los perros Chien-gris,[5] o del Sabueso de San Huberto cuyo descendiente es el Bloodhound. [6] Al principio, el Gran Duque de Alemania, Karl August, utilizaba el Weimaraner para cazar animales de gran tamaño como lobos, osos y leones de montaña, pero a medida que el número de animales de gran tamaño en Europa disminuía, el Weimaraner se convirtió en un cazador de caza menor de punta y recuperación. 7] La raza llegó a América a finales de los años 20, y su popularidad aumentó en los años 50. La raza se hizo popular gracias a celebridades como Grace Kelly, el presidente Dwight D. Eisenhower y Dick Clark. El famoso artista y fotógrafo William Wegman aumentó la popularidad de la raza aún más con sus mundialmente famosos retratos y segmentos de vídeo de Weimaraner.


Weimaraners should enjoy long walks on a regular basis in order to be able to remain calm at home. If they do not get enough exercise, they can become very destructive and sad. They love to swim and retrieve objects, both of which keep their active minds busy. An adult Weimar Braque needs more than two hours of exercise daily, in addition to regular training.
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German shorthaired pointer

Some specialists observe the existence of the Weimar Braque prior to the second half of the XVIII century, through sculptures, paintings, engravings and even certain legends (more enigmatic aspect of the breed), such as its relationship with Diana -goddess hunter for the Romans- who has been portrayed in hunting practice together with her mythical silver dogs that seem to coincide quite well with the description of the Weimaraner.
The weimaraner is a beautiful, slender dog of medium to large size. The best known variety of this breed is the short-haired, but there are also long-haired Weimaraners. It is strong, muscular and athletic. The length of its body is slightly longer than the height at the withers. The back is relatively long and the croup is slightly sloping. The chest is deep, reaching almost to the elbows, but not very broad. The lower line rises slightly to the level of the belly.
Hunting dog of medium to large size. Adaptable to work, beautiful forms, sinewy with a strong musculature. The male and female have clear sexual characteristics. Ratio of 12 to 11 between length of back and height at withers.  The length from the tip of the nose to the fronto-nasal depression is greater than from this point to the occipital protuberance.