The Weimaraner should present a picture of power and stamina; be fearless and protective, yet friendly and obedient. Versatile, easily trained, a steady and passionate hunting dog and good watchdog, without however, aggressiveness.
The Weimaraner is an active dog who loves:
the challenge of obedience classes where he can show how willing he is to please;
to romp in the local dog park,
to wander the streets on a lead at your side,
to fetch the ball (often until well after you have lost the enthusiasm for throwing it)
Yet is content to nose dive under your feet or into your lap (with a total lack of appreciation of what fits on to a human’s lap) as you sit and watch TV. They love the challenge of getting prime position on your bed, just as you begin to think about retiring. In other words to just do what you are doing, so long as it is with you. You don’t have to be a marathon runner to own a Weimaraner you just need to be active and want to share your time with him.