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Our collection of Weimaraner images features many champions and best of breed. Whether you are a specialist looking for stock images of breed examples, a designer looking for a striking picture, or you're simply a Weimaraner fan, we're confident we'll have the image you're looking for.

Our images are from top dog photographers from all over the world.

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Weimaraner overview

Old German breed dating back to the 1600s.
Used for tracking and retrieving game.
Bold and fearless to the extent that it can also act as a guard dog.
Can be a dominant type and needs good training.
Will be best in country environments, but can do well in town households if given sufficient exercise and attention. 

Other known names for Weimaraner

Weimaraner Vorstehhund, Weim, Grey Ghost

Weimaraner foreign names

Braque de Weimar (French), Braco de Weimar (Spanish)



Breed Group

Gundog Group

Biological data

Male: 32–37 kg.
71–82 lbs.
Female: 25–32 kg.
55–71 lbs.
Male: 61-69 cm (withers).
25-27 inches.
Female: 56-64 cm (withers).
25-27 inches.
Colours, markings and patterns
Preferably silver grey; shades of mouse or roe grey are permissible. Blending to lighter shade on head and ears.
Dark eel stripe frequently occurs along back.
Whole coat gives an appearance of metallic sheen.
Small white mark permissible on chest. White spots resulting from injuries not penalized.

Weimaraner links we are happy to endorse

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Weimaraner – Breed standard

The below links are external

Weimaraner references and further reading

Weimaraner Klub 


Weimaraner Rescue 
Weimaraner Rescue Florida

Weimaraner Club of Great Britain  
Independent Weimaraner Rescue & Re-Homing Service
Weimaraner Association
Weimaraner World

Please get in touch

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Weimaraner coats

Below are some examples of the various coats of Weimaraners, coat names sometimes differ from country to country, 
Coat lenghts can vary depending on the age of the dog.

Shorthaired Weimaraners

AP-1TILY3 - Australian Champion Weimaraner on white background
Photo © Animal Photography, Tetsu Yamazaki

Longhaired Weimaraners

AP-1HEXFB - Longhaired Weimaraner
Photo © Animal Photography, Tetsu Yamazaki


Weimaraner picture ideas

Featured image

AP-18ULPF - two shorthaired Weimaraners
Photo © Animal Photography, Eva Maria Kramer

Weimaraners indoors

  AP-0SMYXW- Weimaraner resting on couch
Photo © Animal Photography, Julie Poole

Weimaraners outdoors

AP-QQ20LI - Weimaraner with stick and ball
Photo © Animal Photography, Tara Gregg