beautiful ~ weimaraner, vizsla, and german shorthair pointer <3 ~ There is just too much adorableness in this photo I just can't stand it. <3

beautiful ~ weimaraner, vizsla, and german shorthair pointer <3 ~ There is just too much adorableness in this photo I just can't stand it. <3

Do these spots fit me? @tybly a dalmation and a weimaraner :O <3

Do these spots fit me? @tybly a dalmation and a weimaraner :O <3

I had a beautiful Weimaraner Zara. So gentle and protective of our family

I had a beautiful Weimaraner Zara. So gentle and protective of our family

Weimaraner Puppy ~ happy, loving, intelligent, cheerful and affectionate.The breed is several centuries old and a decedent of the Bloodhound.

Weimaraner Puppy ~ happy, loving, intelligent, cheerful and affectionate.The breed is several centuries old and a decedent of the Bloodhound.

I don't have the names of my future kids picked out, but I do have a name for my future Weimaraner.

I don't have the names of my future kids picked out, but I do have a name for my future Weimaraner.

Purebred Weimaraner puppy • photo: Jonathan Pledger on 500px. Had one of these when I was little. Best friend ever!!

Purebred Weimaraner puppy • photo: Jonathan Pledger on 500px. Had one of these when I was little. Best friend ever!!

The Weimaraner Club of America puts it this way: "Weimaraners need exercise! These three little words cannot be overstressed." This sleek silver-gray breed originated in early 19th century, developed to hunt bear, boar, and other large game in the dense forests of Germany's Weimar region. Exceptional tracking ability, incredible athleticism, and brains were essential for their work. (Photo courtesy WCA, photographer Marie-Gabrielle Thomas)

7 Ways Weimaraners Are Like No Other Dogs

The Weimaraner Club of America puts it this way: "Weimaraners need exercise! These three little words cannot be overstressed." This sleek silver-gray breed originated in early 19th century, developed to hunt bear, boar, and other large game in the dense forests of Germany's Weimar region. Exceptional tracking ability, incredible athleticism, and brains were essential for their work. (Photo courtesy WCA, photographer Marie-Gabrielle Thomas)

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