Weimaraners are high-energy dogs, so when you cross that breed with the playful Labrador Retriever, you will have a very goofy, intelligent pup that needs a lot of exercise and mental stimulation to avoid "Weim Crimes" (Weimaraner-owner speak for the destructive streak in Weimaraners when they are bored).
Also known as the Weimador, the Labmaraner combines two very active breeds into one big fur-ball of energy. You should be prepared to spend at least an hour per day exercising your Labmaraner, either in several short 20-minute sessions throughout the day or in one hour-long marathon session.
Labmaraners love to be included in any activity with their humans, from swimming to hiking to biking. They are eager to please and very friendly with other dogs. Weimaraners are a bit more stubborn than Labs, so that is a new trait to handle if you've only had Labs. Weims are equally as smart as they are stubborn, which makes Labmaraners easy to train with proper motivation (in Weim speak, that means treats!).
Go to any pet store and you will find long stick-like contraptions to throw balls long distances for Fido to fetch. Long-distance fetch is great for lazy or injured owners because Fido does all the work! You can play fetch with long-distance ball throwers in a fenced-in backyard or a local park that allows dogs off-leash as long as your dog is trained in the recall. Fetch with a long-distance ball thrower is a more strenuous exercise for your pup than just regular fetch because of the great distance the ball can be thrown.