The signs of constipation in dogs are usually temporary and short-lived. However, if your dog is constipated and sickly, or has constipation that does not clear up in a day or two, it may be time to go to the vet. Just like people, dogs vary in their bowel habits. A Weimaraner dog can have a […]
Weimaraner Adult Dogs
Bright and easily bored, they can be difficult to train.
In addition, a Weimaraner can be a very loyal protector of one or more family members.
Dog vaccinations are a fact of life for Weimaraner owners, but did you know that you might not be required to give every shot to your puppy or dog? Depending on where you live, your vet may suggest certain dog vaccinations and put your Weinheimer on a standard dog vaccination schedule. Having said that, you […]
Canine seasonal allergies are just what they sound like. They come and go with the seasons, just like your hay fever allergy to pollen and weeds. If your dog has seasonal allergies, you probably won’t notice that he has them, until he is between 6 months and 3 years old. The allergens (the particles that […]
Emergency dog care is one of those things that most of us fail to prepare for. When you get a new puppy or adopt an older dog, you have visions of fun times together. Romps in the woods, a hunting partner, and going everywhere with your new best friend. But things don’t always turn out […]
The symptoms of a dog heat stroke develop quickly when there is hot weather, high humidity and poor air circulation. Active dogs on the run and hunting dogs are especially vulnerable to heat strokes. Keep your dog cool and make sure he has plenty of water to drink, to cut the risks of a stroke. […]
A canine urinary tract infection can leave your dog feeling down in the dumps. And Weimaraners are among the dogs who sometimes have to battle persistent urinary tract infections. Some dogs are more likely to get UTIs (urinary tract infections) than others. For example, if your dog has diabetes, Cushing’s disease, or if she has […]