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Weimaraner

a medium- to large-sized dog with a distinctive short, silver-gray coat and amber or blue-gray eyes, used for pointing and retrieving game. The ears are long and pendulous, the neck is long, and the tail is docked to a medium length. A longhaired variety is recognized in Europe. The breed is predisposed to spinal dysraphism, hemophilia A and an immunodeficiency syndrome. Called also gray ghost.
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Winnie, a beautiful, grey hair weimaraner is now two years old and has grown to be a wonderful companion for the entire family and indeed those in the neighborhood.
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