Weimaraner Temperament Information



One does not get to see many Weimaraner Temperament issues generally because Weimaraners are very loving, intelligent and obedient among all breeds.

They are dogs that completely suit family life and because of their obedient and faithful nature chances of seeing a bad Weimaraner are quite few. But sometimes their over protective nature can be regarded as temperamental issues.

In order to ensure that a Weimaraner Dog displays the best of behavior one must start their Weimaraner Training at the earliest possible times.

The first thing that one must include in the training is adequate socializing as these dogs are not very friendly and out going by nature and at times their temperament can even be interpreted as aloof towards strangers. So socializing is a must.

Taking your Dog Breed Weimaraner to places where he or she can meet friendly people and their pets will not only help in boosting your dog’s confidence but will also help in providing your Weimaraner Puppy with necessary tips regarding correct social behavior.

Behavioral problems like separation anxiety and nuisance barking can easily be nipped in the bud by such tiny measures. Another very good way to ensure good Weimaraner temperament is by taking your Weimaraner Puppies to regular obedience training lessons where you can learn new techniques and methods to establish correct behavior in your pet.

In such settings your puppy will learn to adapt itself to the presence of other animals and humans around it. In fact it may even at times help in inculcating positive behavior in public.

Most of the times the reason for bad Weimaraner temperament is because they are left alone for long periods of time. This trait commonly known as separation Anxiety is known to have been observed among Weimaraner Dogs where they do not react well when left alone.

This will trigger aggressive behavior in your pet and he or she may end up damaging and ruining things around by biting and or chewing. Hence if you wish to leave your dog alone make sure you keep a sitter who is familiar with your dog in order to prevent such bad behavior.

Another way to ensure that your dog reacts well in your absence is by training your dog from the beginning to being left alone for short periods. This however should not be done for long lengths as then it is bound to have an effect on your dogs mentality and he or she may feel unwanted and neglected by you which will further lead to aggression. So make sure you hire sitters for long periods of time.

However if trained properly the chances of an adult dog exhibiting Weimaraner temperament issues is very rare. The behavior of such dogs is generally quite good and is praise worthy as they have spent ideal time with their owners.

But if such a thing occurs it is better to Visit Your Veterinarian as your dog may be having some internal Weimaraner Health issues like Bloat , Dog Hip Dysplasia and Elbow Dysplasia, which are common diseases noted in Weimaraners.




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