Coin in capsule + with Certificate of Authenticity + BOX
Third coin in My Best Friend series
Coin with Swarovski crystal
From adolescence, a Weimaraner requires extensive exercise in keeping with an energetic hunting dog breed prized for their physical endurance and stamina. No walk is too far, and they will appreciate games and play in addition. An active owner is more likely to provide the vigorous exercising, games, or running that this breed absolutely requires. Weimaraners are high-energy and often wear out their owners, requiring appropriate training to learn how to calm them and to help them learn to control their behavior. Owners need patience and consistent, firm yet kind training, as this breed is particularly rambunctious during the first year and a half of its life. But, even after that year and a half of a rambunctious puppyhood, they still remain hyper as ever, even when they are settling into old age. This breed is known for having a penchant for stealing food from table and counter tops whenever given the chance. These dogs also do crazy things like run from room to room in a house in an obstacle course for no real reason, walk their owner instead of vice versa, and they tend to destroy toys within minutes of getting one. Like many breeds, untrained and unconfined young dogs often create their own fun when left alone, such as chewing house quarters and furniture. Thus, many that are abandoned have behavioral issues as a result of isolation and inferior exercise. Weimaraners are generally good with children.
The Weimaraner is elegant and athletic in appearance. All parts of the dog should be in balance with each other, creating a form that is pleasing to the eye.