Marshall sounds like a typical, young Weim. Rambunctious and full of life. Marshall needs a home where he is not alone too much and someone with lots of energy who can train him and give him the exercise he needs.
He is 3 years old, good with small children and friendly with other dogs, although he does run after them wanting to play. This will probably need to be worked on fairly soon. He is difficult to walk on-leash and he will run away when off-leash if he sees a squirrel or chipmunk. He hasn’t had much exposure to cats but with his high prey-drive, a home without cats would be best. Marshall knows the basic commands and is fully house-trained.
He is neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on his shots.
He has a high energy level and loves the following things: playing games, car rides, water, hunting, agility or other types of activity and he is used to urban areas with lots of traffic, people, etc.
He has chewed blankets and toys when left alone and shows some aggression when he is spooked.