Water Work for the Weimaraner
Versatile Means there is More than Water…
We have always preached the importance of achieving the water retrieve. Some folks never achieve it, but if you get on it early and stick with the process, your Weimaraner can swim too. The hiccup happens once the adversity to water, or the idea that they don’t swim is ingrained.
We can still hear Ray asking us if Cooper would swim, and retrieve ducks. We think that question has been answered. Here is Cooper doing his water work.
Versatile slips over into other areas
A true versatile Weimaraner is more to the family than an all-purpose hunting dog. Nancy and Ray have a multi-facet life of the best kind. Gus (the old guy) and Cooper join them in nearly aspect; they don’t travel to the tropical vacations. Nonetheless, they spend a lot of time hanging out, and doing grand stuff. Nancy is a dedicated runner with a closet full of ribbons, and medals. You know what I mean. She gets it done. These guys have joined in her during training.
Ray and Nancy can be seen hiking, and involved in community projects. Almost always (when appropriate) you will find the Weim kids with them. Hunting, hiking, traveling, exercising, and resting are done together. Here are a few of the most recent moments when they took the time to capture a photo of their adventure. We send you (Ray and Nancy) a huge thank you on every level. We are blessed to know you, and to share our love of this breed with a family like yours.
Posted on June 16, 2015, in Hollee X Stackhouse, Mollie X Zeke, Previous Pup Update and tagged Birds with the Weimaraner, Companion Weim, Companion Weimaraner, Companion Weims, Gracie, Gray Ghost, Gray Ghost Weim, Gray Weimaraner, hanging out with the Weimaraner, Haze, Hunting Weim, Hunting Weimaraner, Hunting Weims, Ray and Nancy, Swimming Weimaraner, Swimming Weims, Traditional Gray Ghost, Two Weim Family, Two Weimaraners, Two Weims, Versatile Hunting Weimaraner, Water retrieve. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.