Are there different types of Weimaraner?
Weimaraners actually come in three different coat types: Shorthaired, Longhaired and Stockhaar.
- The three Weimaraner Coat types.
- Another view of the Longhaired Weimaraner, showing his plumed tail.
- Shorthaired (left) and Stockhaar (right) Weimaraners.
- Difference in color and pigmentation in Weimaraners: Momma is gray.
How much is a weinheimer?
How much is a Weimaraner? Most Weimaraners typically cost less than other large dogs. The average puppy from a qualified breeder is only about $700. Even for a top-quality dog, you can expect to pay less than $1,700.
What is a piebald Weimaraner?
The dilute gene is present in ALL Weimaraners which makes it the distinctive gray color (or blue). The piebald gene is also recessive, meaning a dog needs two copies for the pattern to be present. That means that perhaps the piebalds of today are atavistic, in other words, “throwbacks.”
Can Weimaraners be red?
Brown Weimaraner dogs and red Weimaraner dogs are not actually true, purebred Weimaraners. Although these Weimaraner colors may be appealing to some, it is important to remember that if you want a purebred Weimaraner, you should stick with the grey.
How much is a Weimaraner stud fee?
For those that don’t have a lot of time to read, I’ll get straight to it. In the US, a Weimaraner puppy costs from about $800 to $3,000 (spring 2022 prices)….Costs Related to Breeding.
|Stud service (Usually the cost of a puppy)||$1,500||$3,000|
Why is it called Piebald?
Etymology. The word “piebald” originates from a combination of “pie,” from “magpie”, and “bald”, meaning “white patch” or spot. The reference is to the distinctive black-and-white plumage of the magpie.
Are Weimaraners rare?
Every year there are more than 10 thousand Weimaraners born in North America alone! Oh, did I mention that our Weimaraners hunt? Yes indeed, they are among the 1% of the breed that actually do what they were bred to do.