Akita Inu: "Gin" from Silver Fang (1986)
The Weimaraner is also named as "Silver Ghost", is a picture of grace, stamina, speed, alertness and balance. They are one-family dogs that are reserved with strangers. These dogs make good watchdogs. They require owners who have firm, no-nonsense approaches who will take time to train and socialize them.The Weimaraner are boundless energy, tireless, driven and a remarkable sense of smell make them great hunting dogs. Weimaraners have been known to hunt for as long as six hours at a time. When well trained the Weimaraner is a confident and assertive dog who makes a wonderful companion. The Weimaraner has webbed feet for swimming.
Preferably silver gray; shades of mouse or roe gray.
They have a short, smooth and sleek coat. It is easy to keep in peak condition. This breed is an average shedder.
As they are prone to bloat, it is better to feed them two or three small meals a day rather than one large meal. They may also suffer from hip dysplasia, but are in general a hardy breed of dog. Hip dysplasia has been reduced to only 8% through conscientious breeding. Prone to hypertropic osteodystrophy (too rapid growth) and tumors. To minimize the risk of your Weimaraner developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a dog from a reputable Weimaraner breeder.