American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of a large breed of hunting dog that originated in Germany, having a smooth grayish coat.
- n. large breed of hound having a smooth greyish coat; originated in Germany
- German, after Weimar . (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“But what about owners of a Weimaraner, which is depicted in the film as a high-strung - even disturbed - dog?”
“A Weimaraner is a mean dog, and that cross isn’t a good one.”
“Employee Jeff Colucy was with his Weimaraner in the parking lot of a Columbus company that makes office fixtures when the dog went on alert Wednesday morning, focused on the alligator hunkered down in a puddle.”
“I got my first Weimaraner pup from a man there who saw how much I loved the breed.”
“Well, one day my Weimaraner puppy ate one of my toddler brother's socks.”
“His breakthrough came after he moved to Los Angeles in the early 1970s and picked up a male Weimaraner for $25.”
“He also has a Weimaraner-motif fabric line, jigsaw puzzles featuring his Weimaraner images, and more than 20 books of Weimaraner photographs.”
“The piece tells the story behind a 1986 Wegman image called "Roller Rover," in which his beloved cinnamon-gray Weimaraner Fay Wray is seen perched atop two pairs of roller skates.”
“From Chad, trained by Autism Service Dogs of America, with his calming influence on Milo, an 11-year-old Oregon boy, to Gabriel, the Weimaraner who inspired Pam Gaber of Arizona to create an organization that uses therapy dogs to comfort abused children, the dogs portrayed here are amazing heroes.”
“Weimaraner: One of my favorite dog breeds—mainly because of the photographer William Wegman—the Weimaraner is actually a great hunting dog.”
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