6 edition of The guide to owning a Weimaraner found in the catalog.
|Statement||Anna Katherine Nicholas.|
|LC Classifications||SF429.W33 N47 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2002278630|
A Weimaraner dog with a silver-grey coat is going to be somewhere in between the true silver and true grey. He can also have a lighter coat of silver and grey or a darker coat of silver and grey. Blue Weimaraner. Blue Weimaraner puppies are becoming more and more popular, but this may not be for a good reason and it is important to understand why.
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Informative and expertly written, The Guide to Owning a Weimaraner is designed to assist new owners in all facets of living The guide to owning a Weimaraner book this elegant sporting dog. From selecting the right Weimaraner to answering the most frequently asked questions regarding health, nutrition, and training, this detailed guide offers the owner sound advice on how to raise a healthy and happy dog for a /5(7).
Weimaraner (Comprehensive Owner's Guide): A Comprehensive Guide to Owning and Caring for Your Dog Paperback – Novem by Lavonia Harper (Author)/5(16). “The Weimaraner: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your Weimaraner,” by Dog Care Professionals, Is an essential purchase for any The guide to owning a Weimaraner book owner.
This book contains vital information on the following subjects: the origin of the Weimaraner, an explanation of the different types and 4/5(1). A basic manual of pet care for the new or would-be Weimaraner owner. Chapters include: The history of Weimaraner; Charactersitics of the Weimaraner; The Standard for the Weimaraner; Your Weimaraner's new home; Caring for your Weimaraner; Training your Weimaraner; Showing your Weimaraner; Your healthy Weimaraner.
The Guide to Owning a Weimaraner by Anna Katherine Nicholas,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). This book is a great all-around new dog owner book. For those who have had a dog before, it might be a bit basic. I thought the information specific to Weimaraners was lacking.
It was an easy read, though. A great bathroom book.:) I really enjoyed learning about the history of the breed and more details from The Essential s: Welcome to our guide to the Weimaraner. The website aims to ask questions to breeders, vets and experienced owners to get the answers to your most frequently asked questions about the Weimaraner breed of dog.
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The Weimaraner, a member of the versatile hunt, point, retrieve group of gundogs, is also highly-prized as a companion and show dog.
This superbly illustrated guide is an indispensable handbook for the caring owner. Learn all about: Choosing a Puppy The Weimaraner Temperament Exercise Requirements Guidelines for Training Health CareReviews: The guide to owning a weimaraner. [Anna Katherine Nicholas] Home.
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Carole co–authored the award winning book, “Raising A Champion, A Beginner’s Guide to Showing Dogs,” which is now in its seventh printing. She has also contributed to a book that was published in England entitled “The Weimaraner Today” and published articles in a number of national dog magazines Her dogs appear in numerous books and.
Weimaraner: The Weimaranar Bible: Weimaraner Complete Guide.: Includes: Weimaraner Puppies, Weimaraner Dogs, Weimaraner Rescue, Breeders, Weimaraner Temperament, Care, And More!: : Saben, Susanne: Books. £Reviews: This book is a brief overview of the history, training, breeding and owning of this breed.
It tells of common behavior problems and easy fixes. It warns at length of the amount of work and patience needed for this breed.
I would like the book to be longer and have a more inclusive history, but for the person looking for a quick read it is acceptable/5. Carole Lee Richards is an AKC judge and co-author of Raising a Champion: A Beginner’s Guide to Showing Dogs. She writes the Weimaraner breed column that appears in.
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THE WEIMARANER - by Anna Katherine Nicholas published by T.F.H. Publications ISBN 0 5: GUIDE TO THE WEIMARANER - by Gillian Burgoin published by The Boydell Press ISBN 0 X: THE ESSENTIAL WEIMARANER by Patsy Hollings (Hardcover - January ) THE WEIMARANER TODAY (Book of the Breed).
Guide to the weimaraner. [Gillian Burgoin] -- The first book on the Weimaraner to have been published in Great Britain which covers the early history of the breed, the Weimaraner in Great Britain, the breed standard, the Weimaraner's performance.
No one said Weimaraners were easy. JW's ebooks tackle SPECIFIC Weimaraner challenges and are written by Weimaraner owners and breed experts. If you have a new Weimaraner puppy or a Weim that suffers from separation anxiety, click on the book covers to see how we can help. See all of our books. The Guide to Owning a Weimaraner by Anna Katherine Nicholas.
Weimaraners (A Complete Pet Owner's Manual) by Sue Fox. Weimaraners: (Everything about Housing, Care, Nutrition, Breeding, and Health Care) by Sue Fox. The Weimaraner: An Owner's Guide to a Happy Healthy Pet by Patricia Riley. Start the attention games with the puppy as soon as it comes home (hopefully at eight weeks).
Breeders can start these exercises at five or six weeks of age. In the beginning, breeders can do this with multiple puppies at the same time.
Simply let a few puppies run loose together and sit on the floor or a chair to observe them. Socialize your Weimaraner. Take your Weimaraner out to a variety of people and places, including parks, city streets, and natural places from the time it is 7 weeks old.
Make sure that the dog is meeting new people daily, if possible, so it understands that having short, neutral interactions with strangers is a normal part of daily : 14K. The gray ghost --The beginnings of the breed --The development of the breed --The weimaraner today --Owning a weimaraner.
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Responsibility: by Charlotte Wilcox. More information: Visit the Weimaraner Club of America website Consumer education is the most important tool available. A Word on Blue and Long Hair Weimaraners – Although the Long Hair Weimaraner is accepted in every country besides the USA, the long hair variety of coat will be disqualified from the show ring.
It may, however. Owning a Weimaraner is a full-time job, but one that pays off in dividends if they are well treated and well trained. APPEARANCE: Weimaraners usually weigh between 55 to 85 pounds and stand approximately 23 to 27 inches tall.
They are a large dog with a trim, athletic and muscular build. They have a short coat that comes in various shades of gray. Referred to as the Weimaraner Bible, Weimaraner Ways, a page book published by Virginia Alexander, is a superb book detailing every facet of the Weim's life.
This book is an absolute must-have for all Weimaraner enthusiasts. The book was published within a year of the author, Virginia Alexander, passing away. It is her life's work. Whether you live in the city, have limited time, or lack experience (all things that pertained to me when I first started), starting a Weimaraner puppy in the field is something that any active Weimaraner owner can accomplish whether your goal is to make your puppy a future field trial competitor who will later be campaigned by a pro, a personal hunting dog, or an occasional hunt test.
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A guide to Weimaraners written by Jean Fairlie -Tasairgid Weimaraners. Weimaraner The Weimaraner. Why a Weimaraner There can be few Weimaraner owners who will deny that their first attraction to the breed was the distinctive silver grey coat.
Welcome to our complete guide to the Weimaraner breed. Giving you all of the Weimaraner dog facts and information that you are looking for. Breed At A Glance. Popularity: 36 out of on AKC what we do know is that, from toWeimaraners were listed in the German Shorthaired Pointer’s stud book and did not have their own registry.
The Weimaraner is a canine with a shimmering coat that was created as a hunting dog for the elite. And those aren’t the only special things about this breed. Here are the some of the most interesting Weimaraner facts.
Named For Its Place Of Origin The English name, Weimaraner comes from the town where the breed originated Weimar, Germany. Whereas other dog training related web sites and books offer generic information for dogs in general, ours is the ONLY web site that offers Weim information specifically, from a renowned panel of experts - because as you probably know, Weims have their own special training requirements that.
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And those aren’t the only special things about this breed. Here are the some of the most interesting Weimaraner facts. Named For Its Place Of Origin The English name, Weimaraner comes from the town where the breed originated Weimar, Germany.
The Weimaraner is known for being fearless, friendly, alert, and obedient. They can also be stubborn at times. Weimaraners are intelligent dogs and ranked 21st in Dr. Stanley Coren’s book, The Intelligence of Dogs. They understand new commands quickly and they obey the. Fun fact: At birth, Weimaraner puppies have dark grey tiger stripes a nd bright blue eyes.
As they age, they lose the stripes and their eyes pale to a grey-blue or amber colour. Weimaraners are full of energy and ready to go.
They have high-energy needs and if you’re looking for a pet to help you exercise more, this is the dog for you. The Weimaraner Standard describes the breed temperament as friendly, fearless, alert, and obedient, but this is but the half of its personality. Assertive, bold, loyal, and headstrong also fit, giving the dog a loving attitude with a willingness to take the upper paw in the family if the opportunity presents itself.
The Guide to Owning a Weimaraner By Anne Katherine Nicholas: Dog ownership is a big responsibility that includes having breed specific knowledge. Informative and expertly written, The Guide to Owning a Weimaraner is designed to assist new owners in all facets of living with this elegant sporting dog.
If a Weimaraner turns up at a shelter, the rescue group typically moves in quickly to take the dog. Buying From a Dog Breeder You can buy a Weimaraner from a show breeder, who breeds Weimaraners to match a detailed standard of appearance for the dog show ring.
Weimaraner Puppies and Training. You are now the proud owner of a Weimaraner puppy, an adorable buddy that you’re ready to live with, a little guy that you just purchased from some nice dog breeders, and likely have many questions about what to do next.
The absolute best way for me to help you start training your Weimaraner puppy to be obedient is by showing you how in my free puppy.book from people who personally own Weimaraner dogs.
This is information gathered that you can use and apply to your Weimaraner. With that said, it’s time for to start reading ‘Weimaraner Secrets’ and see improvement in your dog! Jan Gould May This memorable book co-authored by Dan Stallings and K. B. Lacoste tells the inspirational tale of Maverick.
Maverick is a Weimaraner who went from being an abused animal to shining in the bright lights of the Westminster Dog Show. Proceeds from the book benefit the Mid-Atlantic Weimaraner Rescue.