- Life with Weimaraners. Weimaraners are full of energy, personality, and quirks. This won’t make them suitable for every home, but they’ll be invluable to the right home. Click here to learn more.
- Coat Color. Weimaraners come in varying shades of brown and gray. Officially, these colors are known as “Silver Gray,” “Gray,” or “Blue.” Click here to learn more.
- Boys v Girls. Just like other species in the Animal Kingdom, there are marked differences between boys and girls. Click here to learn more.
- Getting Along with Cats. Thinking about getting a Weimaraner and wondering if they get along with cats? Hoping they co-exist in peace? In short, it’s possible. But there do’s and dont’s to follow. Click here to learn more.
- Hereditary, Genetic and Congenital Conditions in Weimaraners
- How to Tell if Your Weimaraner is Bloating
- The Case for Health Insurance
- Foods that Can Make a Weimaraner Sick
- Treats for Weimaraners
- Crate Training
- Ehrlichiosis. Ehrlichiosis is a tick-borne infectious disease of dogs, usually carried by the brown dog tick. It first gained attention as a significant disease when military dogs returning from Vietnam during the 1970’s were found to be infected. In areas where ehrlichiosis is common, many dogs are seen during the acute phase. In this stage, infected dogs may have fever, swollen lymph nodes, respiratory distress, weight loss, bleeding disorders (spontaneous hemorrhage or bleeding), and occasionally, neurological disturbances (they may seem unsteady or develop meningitis). This stage may last two to four weeks and some dogs may eliminate the infection or head in to the sub-clinical phase. Click here to learn more.