When you obedience train a Weimaraner, you are creating important boundaries and setting a formative foundation to build your future together. When you start with simple obedience like 'sit', 'stay', and 'come', you are teaching your dog skills that will keep him safe and happy throughout his life. These skills create the basis for all other tricks and obedience, so it's important to teach them as soon as possible.
You need to show him boundaries from the very beginning. Don't allow biting, even play biting, and don't allow him to jump up, especially if he is a puppy. Obedience training can start right away, but even if you have an older dog, he'll still benefit from learning basic commands. You want your dog to 'sit', 'stay', and 'come' at the very least.
Start with the basics and work from there. Below you'll find three commands to try - 'sit', 'stay', and 'come'. Practice twice per day for 15 minutes and after a while, your dog will be excited to try even more tricks and training exercises.