Dog Training – How To Train A Weimaraner

Dog Training - How To Train A Weimaraner



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How to Train a Weimaraner – Learn how to train your Weimaraner obedience and discover tips and techniques you can use in this video. You can also get more information on Weimaraner training by getting the FREE Dog Training Blueprint at:

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26 thoughts on “Dog Training – How To Train A Weimaraner”

  1. My weim never calms down she bites way to hard and i can't stop it she eat everything she hardly listens and won't potty train please help or I'm going to drive myself insane

  2. I've got a 12 week old weim right now and I can see where people say she's got energy, but for the most part she's lazy too!

  3. I know this is old, but i hope for the dogs sake that you made the right choice and let it pass to somebody who can handle a high energy and OBEDIENCE dog; meaning they need good training or even professional training classes. Think before you get a dog like this; don't put it through something like that then let it sit in the corner like a pair of boots when the flare wears off.

  4. Sorry but generally a pure bred weim could go on whatever treks you offer. They're naturally energetic dogs. that's not to say your dog isn't happy with its life; but come on, is it the dog who doesn't want to go out for more exercise, or his owner? I find it VERY hard to believe he would turn down a run at the park, and that's after years of all different weims. Being a mut makes all the difference as well. I've never met a pure-bred weim that willingly stays in all day..

  5. Sorry but generally a pure bred weim could go on whatever treks you offer. They're naturally energetic dogs. that's not to say your dog isn't happy with its life; but come on, is it the dog who doesn't want to go out for more exercise, or his owner? I find it VERY hard to believe he would turn down a run at the park, and that's after years of all different weims. Being a mut makes all the difference as well. I've never met a pure-bred weim that willingly stays in all day..

  6. Most definitely from separation anxiety so company is a must. Either you are its company or you will have to find friends for them.

  7. Howzit! I couldn't agree with you more. Mine is the same kick back lazy boy and very manageable to train. I am glad I don't have a nervous Weimaraner. I think it has a lot to do with his play toys which is two female Rotties. If he didn't have the girls to chew and chase he definitely would be trouble, I am sure.

  8. I've had four and I just love these dogs!! They all have energy but knew when it was time to chill. The one we have now tells my dad when it's time to go to bed and loves to ride in the car.

  9. i want to get one but do you think going for a mile walk in the morning and a 2-3 mile run at night is enough for this dog

  10. @saucydragonfly Really cause my mom is getting me one and I am generally a couch potato type. When I read that they were active and high energy on various sites, I was discouraged. I'm thinking of not getting my wiem puppy because I can't handle strenuous activity.

  11. I used to stand up a 20ft embankment over a football field. I'd throw a ball down and up, down and up.. After an hour or so, when I was too tired to throw anymore, Iko would just barely have the edge taken off his energy. We did this every day…

  12. I hear you! My Weim is nearly 7…high energy when needed…lazy ass otherwise. Be ready, the nose rules. If it's food and it's unattended; IT'S THE WEIM'S!!! Fair, I suppose. Seriously, most important to note, is their co-dependence. Finnigan CANNOT be left alone. This explains why many owners of a Weim don't have one…they have two. Finn has an AmStaff Buddy named Mag. Definitely a people dog…people with time to commit to a brilliant breed: retired, home employed, etc. ENJOY!

  13. Really? My weim is three years old. He has spent the bulk of his life on the sofa. He likes is daily walk around the block… but generally he's the biggest lazy ass dog you'll ever meet.

  14. Spellt Deutschland wrong 😉 haha I know what you guys are talking about since Im taking German in highschool.
    but I thought he was saying the end wrong. isnt it pronounced RONer? please let me know! thanks 🙂

  15. Most you see in the US come from Mexico. Jetta's and Beetles are made in Mexico….I think those two make up the majority here. I think a Bora is a Jetta, just under a different name. And the factory is huge with 10,000 plus workers. If you get close enough to read the VIN number of a Volkswagen, if it starts with at 3, then its from Mexico. With out looking suspicious, check em out in parking lots.

    Most Weimaraners you see in the US were born in Mexico as well……just kiddin

  16. I was commenting that the guy in the video was pronouncing the name of the dog correctly. I wasn't "jumping like that". Then you replied to my comment and started playing petty semantics.

    Most VW (all Beetles) you see in the US were manufactured in Mexico. NAFTA

  17. Ok smarty pants. I am talking about how you pronounce it in ENGLISH, which is the language the guy in the video is speaking. You don't pronounce the W as a V in Volkswagen in English. You don't pronounce the V as an F in English either. Its a Volkswagen (which is actually…. hecho en México). The official AKC pronunciation of Weimaraner, is with the W sound, though it is acceptable to use the V sound if you want. Nevertheless, the guy in the video uses a correct pronunciation.

  18. Pronouncing it with a W is the correct way in English, though pronouncing with a V is also acceptable. Look it up. You don't say VoltsVagen, you say VolksWagen.
    Good info for newbies who are thinking about getting one, solely because of the way they look. They need to RUN at least 30 mins a day, especially when they are young. A walk on the leash won't cut it. The best line he gave was, "if you don't meet their energy needs, you can't do anything with them." I have a 2 yr old Weim.

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