Very muscular and well balanced, this medium to large pointer is a magnificent specimen of harmonious proportions. He has a slender, elongated gait and excellent build with very strong limbs.
The Weimaraner's chest is powerful and his whole body conveys an impression of great power. In the United States, his lightness and shades of colour have earned him the nickname of "grey ghost".
Between 59 and 70 cm (23.23 to 27.56 inches) for the male
Between 57 and 65 cm (22.44 to 25.59 inches) for the female
Between 30 and 40 kg (66.14 to 88.18 pounds) for the male
Between 25 and 35 kg (55.12 to 77.16 pounds) for the female
His coat varies in different shades of grey, including mouse grey, brownish grey and silvery grey.
His hair can be long or short. The short hair is thick and dense, while the long hair is supple, wavy or smooth with well-marked fringes on the tail and legs.
His head has a faint stop. His eyes are amber, light to dark and slightly oblique. His large ears are quite long. His nose is dark. His tail is hanging at rest and horizontal in action.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 7, section 1 and is #99