Crate Dog Kennel
When I bought my Weimaraner I also got her a dogcrate. I have always loved the Weimaraner with its expressive face beautiful coat and quick intelligent eyes. Today's breed standards developed in the 1800s, although the Weimaraner has existed since at least the 1600s in a similar form. It is believed that Continental pointing breeds and mastiffs were its ancestors. The breed was created strictly for the nobility. The aim was to create a noble-looking, reliable gundog. As ownership was restricted, the breed was highly prized and lived with the family. This was unusual, as during this period, hunting were kept in kennels in packs. This has resulted in a dog that needs to be near humans and that quickly deteriorates when kenneled. Originally, Germany was possessive of its skilled all-purpose gundog, but released a pair in the 1950s to America where the breed quickly became popular. Although slower than many other gundogs, such as Pointers, the Weimaraner is thorough and this made it a welcome addition to the sportsman's household. Furthermore, its happy, lively temperament endeared it to families, although it is perhaps too lively for families with young children. Unfortunately, with the rise in popularity, some careless matches were made and some inferior specimens were produced. Since then, both in Britain and America (where the breed remains popular) breeders have taken care to breed for quality and purpose. Well my Weimaraner loves her dog crate and although she sometime make my life more difficult that I think is necessary I wouldn't trade her for anything in the world.