Weimar Watching for Whales

Who Knew?


Jagger has a keen eye on the horizon. He and Warren are watching for Whales. Who does your Weimaraner wait, and watch for their arrival? Do they have a keen eye on the squirrels, birds, or your neighbors?

By definition, and design the Weimaraner is considered a Watchdog. There is little that escapes their notice–even when they have their eyes closed. It is like they soak up their environment, and adjust it to their liking.  (Oops)Smiling Secrets...

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Posted on July 9, 2014, in Bubbles X Boomer, Francee X Zee, Previous Pup Update and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. that’s true and they can read our minds, I’m sure. I can’t read Easy’s but I’m not sure if I would like to know what he thinks :o) Give me a sign, Jagger, when you see Moby Dick :o)

  2. Molly has a keen eye on birds, rabbits and DEER. She lets us know when they are in our large yard. She is a very good watch dog as well. She lets us know when someone is coming up the driveway n then when they are knocking on the door. She does love to be at the ocean n watching n playing in the waves as they come in. Jim

  3. Jim — Cliff and I are so happy that you and Molly are such good companions. I am sure she considers her primary watch to be you. :O) Thanks for the note. It is great to hear the two of you keep busy, and that Molly is alert, and watchful wherever you two journey.

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