For the less-haired Weimaraner, it is necessary to use a brush to comb the coat frequently. In the process of combing, the old hair can be consciously beaten off, which can promote the growth of new hair. The trimming procedure is to start with the forequarters, followed by the shoulders and elbows, and then trim the beard, ears, and the outer hairs of the eyes. The trimming of Weimaraner puppies mainly involves cutting off some of the long hair on the ears and trimming the hair on other edges. But the miscellaneous hair on the body and shoulders must be cut off. Properly trim the hair on the back of the legs, the toes, and the tail. For the short-haired Weimaraner's hair, it needs to be cleaned frequently or wiped with a soft cloth, so that its fur is always clean and shiny. The toes of the above two types of dogs should also be trimmed regularly.
Give each Weimaraner a fixed set of utensils, do not mix them. When more than one dog feeding together, it is important to pay attention not to change each dog's food basin, so as not to spread disease. After feeding to wash the basin in time, and regularly boil hot water to cook the basin to disinfect. The dog's life is very regular, so it's best to get the Weimaraner into the habit of locating meals. Keep an eye out for Weimaraners when feeding. If there is any leftover or uneaten food, be sure to find out why and take immediate action. The leftover feed should be taken away immediately, and should not be left to the dog for too long. Special attention should be given to puppies and sick dogs. Puppies had better feed 4 times a day, the amount of added food to change from less to more, from bad to good, a fixed amount of food is added or reduced to control the amount, make sure not to feed very fully.
Many dogs have many diseases and various problems due to improper breeding, and the breeding of Weimaraner is also required. The first feeding method must be correct, feeding must be a fixed point to develop a good life. Over time, the dog will develop a habit so that the owner won't miss his dog at feeding time and the dog will have time to find his own food. Has brought great convenience to both sides. Generally, do not feed your pet too cold or too hot. Too cold will damage your pet's intestines and stomach, and too hot will destroy the nutrients in the food without reaching its original effect. It's best to wash your food bowls every day or every other day to prevent bacteria, and every day in the summer. If you have more than one dog in your family, make sure you keep the right food bowl to avoid cross-infection. It is best not to do strenuous exercise before and after feeding, and then take them out for exercise or a walk after they have rested for a while. Food should not be too soft, check the mouth for it regularly, observe whether there are foreign bodies stuck in the teeth, and remove in time. After paying attention to these problems, the dog will surely grow up well.
When we train a Weimaraner not to bite its owner, the first thing is to reprimand it in a timely manner. Even small breeds can have sharp teeth and can be dangerous for their owners, so we must get rid of their biting habits early. If your Weimaraner likes to bite, a scolding under the chin or a magazine rolled into a drum and banged on the floor to scare him are all effective ways. After the master reprimands, the dog will be frightened and calm down. Then the master should praise it well. If the Weimaraner likes to bite strangers, get help from a friend to soothe the dog's fear of strangers. Ask a friend to feed the dog food and see that it has been given to the dog by its owner. This will show the dog that this person is trustworthy and not dangerous. After the dog has eaten the food given to it by a friend, two people should praise it together, so that it can gradually get used to the contact with strangers.
The Weimaraner's coat is short and shiny, and its short coat may be an advantage on a hot summer day, as a pool of water cools it down. But in the winter its short coat is almost useless against the cold, so it is important to take care of the Weimaraner during the winter. It is best to go out as little as possible, of course, in the noon, such as the sun is relatively large time, you can take it to the outside for a walk, after all, it needs a lot of exercises. For a Weimaraner, don't bathe too often, and don't go out in the sun when it's too hot. His coat will only give him so much protection. Although its coat is short, it is glossy, so it can be given a certain amount of care to the coat and some nutrients to help the hair.