the Weimaraner is usually traced back to the Weimaraner Vorstehund
between 1757-1828. By the 1880's, the Weimaraner was known as the
King of hunting dogs, and the King's hunting dog. This beautiful
grey sporting dog was introduced to the United States in 1929 and
was recognized by the American Kennel Club in the mid 1940's. Often
known as the "Grey Ghost", this breed is now used as a
pointer on mostly upland game birds such as quail and pheasant.
They are not only brave and intelligent, but also very loyal to
their masters. They are a great companion dog with high energy.
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