Emma meets Alice
Alice and Emma are having a wonderful time getting to know each other and bonding. Alice seems to watch and mimic Emma a lot.
Seven years ago I brought home Emma.
She has been perfect for me in every way. Emma was my favorite all-time Weimaraner, and I thought maybe OwyheeStar could do it again, and get Dave and I another gem. Alice arrived not long ago. We have been super busy since we got home with her, but Alice and Emma are doing well. They are getting to know each other, and bonding. Alice seems to watch Emma, and then mimic her a lot. It is very cute! Dave I love her, and she is my first blue. It is going to be fun have two Weims—one for each of us to snuggle with. When we are not available they will have each other.
Alice came with great instincts.
She will hide, bury anything that Emma might want such as a toy or antler – she will find a place in our out of the house. She used to bite everything and now she is gentle or licks anything. When she would bite I told her to stop it, now if she bites I say stop, she does. Some of this I feel she is training me and some I am training her. So far she is very easy and tries to please. Sleeps all night, uses the outside for her bathroom and doesn’t like to be watched when she is doing a #2. They are both so precious. Dave and I are having a wonderful time watching Alice grow and develop.
Breeder’s Note: Bringing home a second Weimaraner can mean unforeseeable challenges. Dave and Cheryl have managed to move forward very quickly. Emma is accepting of Alice. This is a huge plus, but even though many people hope for this scenario, it is not always the way the process happens. Sometimes the resident Weimaraner sulks, and acts-out. The humans, then must not over react. As with all things concerning the Weimaraner, it takes a knack. If you have a weak spot, the Weimaraner is probably aware of it, and know how to push your buttons.
Posted on October 25, 2013, in Penny X Dusty, Previous Pup Update, Puppy Tips & Info, The Weimaraner, Two Weimaraners, Zula Blue X Blue and tagged Brining home a second Weimaraner, California OwyheeStar, Two OwyheeStars, Weimaraner. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.