Milo’s Birthday Celebration

Hello Cliff and Shela!

We send greetings from Texas where Milo just celebrated his birthday.

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We just wanted to share Milo’s birthday party at his daycare with you. He is doing great! Hope all is well;)

Breeder’s Note: Christine is doctor, and her husband works long hours too. Milo spends his days at the wonderful daycare where he enjoys going. He has important work to do when Mom and Dad arrive home. Day care is not something that works well for every Weimaraner. The right setting can make all the difference. Some professionals need a caregiver while they are engaged at their job. This is especially true when the job requires longer hours. 

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Posted on July 17, 2014, in Polka Dot X Zeke, Previous Pup Update and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Happy Barkday Milo! I hope the cake was tasty! btw: I like your way to wear a hat :o)

  2. I use doggy day care for Molly as well because we have similar circumstances. She only goes on days where we know we will have long hours. She seems to like it because I get good feedback and I check the doggy cams on occasion to make sure she is playing. She is however usually excited to come home. The benefit is that Molly has a place to burn all of that Weimaraner energy and work on her social skills. The downside is that it can be expensive. My advice for someone looking into this option is to carefully screen the location. Make sure the establishment screens the dogs they accept to ensure they only have friendly and playful dogs. Secondly, make sure they require frequent bordatella vaccines. They last thing you want is for your pup to come home with kennel cough.

  3. Thank for the excellent advice. Not every doggy daycare is equal. Yes, for sure………..the good ones charge more (sometimes the not so good charge as much). :O)

  4. Did you like the unlickable frosting patch too?

  5. of course if you can’t lick it you can chew on it… think the great philosopher Paul Feyerabend was right: anything goes :o)

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