Blue Weimaraner: Uncovering The Controversial World Of The Dark Weim
The dark weimeraner (blue nose) is one of the most controversial breeds in the world. Some people love them, some hate them, but no matter what opinion you have on this breed, there’s no denying that they’re a very popular pet! They are known for their distinctive coloration and their ability to pull off many different looks depending on how they’ve been treated.
In fact, it’s not just the color that makes these dogs so desirable; it’s also their temperament. Many people think of them as being “mean” or even aggressive, but that isn’t always true. In fact, they’re quite gentle when trained properly and will do well with children if raised right.
They’re loyal too and will usually stick by your side through thick and thin.
Unfortunately, because of their reputation, many people don’t want any part of owning a dark weimeraner. They say they’re difficult to train and they make terrible guard dogs. That’s why many shelters won’t take them in unless you adopt out another type of dog first.
If you really want a dark weimeraner, then you’ll probably need to get one from a breeder since there aren’t too many left in the wild anymore.
Once you have your dog, make sure to train it. They can be very stubborn at times, but if you’re firm with what you want, then they’ll learn. Many people like to use verbal commands and physical praise when their dog does something right.
So if you’re looking for a dog that will be a “thinking person’s” pet, then the dark weimeraner is for you!
Taking Care of Your Dog
Puppies are a lot of work and require quite a bit of attention. Remember this before you get one!
You will need to take your dog to the vet for regular check-ups. They’re pretty hardy animals, but you still need to make sure everything is in working order. This is especially important when they reach adulthood since their bodies are still going through changes.
Spaying or neutering is also essential. Like people, dogs can have lots of problems when their reproductive organs are left unchecked. Spaying females prevents certain types of cancer and also prevents them from getting pregnant.
Neutering males prevents testicular cancer and other nasty conditions. It also prevents your dog from marking its territory all over the place!
Feeding your dog is pretty easy nowadays. You have plenty of options to choose from and they’re all relatively healthy. However, never feed your dog people food.
It isn’t good for them and they won’t get the nutrients they need to stay healthy. Some people include table scraps in small doses, but this isn’t advised since it defeats the purpose of buying food in the first place.
Grooming also isn’t too difficult. Most breeds don’t require a lot of trimming and shaving, but it still has to be done on a regular basis if you want your dog to look presentable. Some breeds have more issues with this than others, but as long as you stay on top of it then there shouldn’t be a problem.
Some owners prefer to show their dogs, so they’ll have to go above and beyond to make sure their pet looks good for the show ring.
Exercising your dog is also important. Some breeds don’t require as much exercise as others, but they still need some. A daily walk around the neighborhood or a romp in the dog park is usually enough to get your pet enough exercise.
Be sure not to over do it in warmer weather though; they can get heat stroke just as easily as people can.
Always make sure your pet has somewhere dry to sleep. It might be cute to see them snuggle up in a blanket in the corner of the living room, but this isn’t always healthy for them unless you live in a climate controlled house. Most puppies are not known for their bed-making abilities either, so chances are you’ll be cleaning up shredded newspaper on a regular basis.
Whether you like big dogs or little dogs, there’s plenty to choose from. Whether you want a rambunctious puppy that’s full of energy or a calm adult dog that can show it off proudly in the ring, there’s something for everyone. So get out there and find yourself a four legged companion to liven up your life!
Sources & references used in this article:
Quiet As It’s Kept: Shame, Trauma, and Race in the Novels ofToni Morrison by JB Bouson – Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon, 2009 – books.google.com
Worrying the line: Black women writers, lineage, and literary tradition by CA Wall – 2005 – books.google.com
PIZZA by P Bibeau – 2007 – Broadway Books
The Modern Dog: A Joyful Exploration of how We Live with Dogs Today by J Winokur – 2007 – Macmillan