The weimardoodle is the offspring of a purebred weimaraner and a purebred poodle and was bred to produce a dog with desirable traits from both parent breeds.
As a hybrid dog, the weimardoodle will have physical and behavioral traits of either parent breed. These characteristics are dependent on whether the dog is a first generation cross, multi-generation cross, or backcross. Not all weimardoodles will have the same traits as each dog will receive different characteristics from each parent which can lead to variations between the offspring (even if from the same litter). This makes it difficult to define a breed standard which is why the weimardoodle as well as the vast majority of crossbreeds are not eligible to be registered as purebred dog breed.
Since there can be behavioral and physical variations between weimardoodles it is recommended to research both the weimaraner and the poodle for a better understanding of the potential characteristics and traits a weimardoodle may have. With that being said, this page will list most likely traits the weimardoodle will have.
Weimardoodles are well built, intelligent, athletic dogs with a strong devotion to their family. They are very affectionate and have a happy and cheerful attitude.
Ideally, the weimardoodle will inherit the intelligence and hypoallergenic shed-free coat from the poodle as well as the devotion from the weimaraner resulting in a perfect combination of both parent breeds.