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Old 02-10-2013, 09:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Questions about the Weimaraner
(answers to actual questions somebody posted about Weimaraners)

Q: Hello. I have some questions:
1)What is the Weimaraner needs?
2)What is the Weimaraner's favorite food?
3)What is the history of the Weimaraner?
4)How does the Weimaraner spend his day?
5)Where did he came from?
6)Who founded the Weimaraner?
7)What cant I do to the Weimaraner?
8)How does the Weimaraner compare to other dogs?
9)What is the Weimaraner's favorite game?
10)Does he have special skills?
Thanks!
A: Answers to your questions:
1) Attention, attention, attention, attention, attention, attention, attention, attention, and some food and water occassionally.
2) Whatever you are having.

3) Weimaraners are descended from German nobility and are known to have kept several Dukes of Weimar and other nobility in their castle.

4) Mostly napping.

5) Originally from Weimar, in the south of Germany-the Schwarzwald, Black Forest region. But, if he's sitting right in front of you looking VERY innocent, it probably means he just came in from the other room where you will find a mess from something he got into.

6) The Weimaraner is founded on the unalienable principle that Anything thrown MUST be retrieved.(no matter how chewed up, slobbery, muddy, disgusting or anything thing else) and the pursuit of happiness-which usually means the pursuit of something with four legs, or two legs and two wings, or well, forget the legs and wings as long as it is moving....

7) Fool him-at least not for very long.

8) They don't, other dogs only compare to Weims.

9) Their favorite game is the one they happen to be playing at the moment you ask the question.

10) Weimaraners are especially adept at training humans.
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