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A medium sized dog that was originally bred for hunting. Early Weimaraners were used by royalty for hunting large game such as boar, bear and deer.

The Weimaraner is an all-purpose gundog now favoured for hunting fowl & deer.

The true silver-grey coat of the Weimaraner has earned it the epithet of the “Grey Ghost”

Weimaraner (vahy-muh-rah-ner)

The Weimaraner Club of Scotland

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The Club Objectives

The Weimaraner Club of Scotland was founded on 17th May 1994 and is The Kennel Club registered Club for Scottish Weimaraners. However applications for membership are welcomed from all areas.

Since our inception we have endeavoured to promote, assist and help in any way we can the breed type, ownership, health and wellbeing of our dogs. We aim to have training classes and a calendar of workshops and events that allow owners and potential owners to explore the many possibilities of this wonderful breed.

All events are subject to COVID-19 guidelines - all updates will be advertised if in doubt please contact the secretary...........

Contacts

All correspondence and enquiries should be addressed to the Club secretary in the first instance.......

Office bearers:

Secretary:  Joanna MacLaine

President: 

Treasurer: Sandra White

               

Committee:

Lorraine Cairns

Barbara Allison

Debbie Wallwork

Patricia McMahon

Marian Jamieson

Breed clips

Anyone experiencing any difficulties in regards to care and ownership should contact the Secretary to allow any queries to be directed

email secretary...

call secretary...

Origins of  the breed

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Working Weimaraners

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The 'Blue' Dog

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