This Week at OwyheeStar

Greetings From OwyheeStar

Zula Blue Wellness B-20It is summer. You knew that for any number of reasons. For example, you get your fresh vegetables from your garden or the local farm stand. The county fair season is in full bloom. Oh yeah, and if you have school age kids they are home unless they are at a camp. There are vacations and family reunions. Summer is the time of year you try to squeeze in more than is possible right?

Zula Blue Wellness B-47This week included a Vet Wellness. The front office gals said they were so happy that we brought them puppy therapy. They are very nice; they take excellent care of us and the OwyheeStar Weimaraners. Of course, Dr. Calhoun has beyond good to us. You might have seen the comment on Facebook by one of our local clients saying how great he has been with her and their fur family members.

Zula Blue Wellness B-61We cannot thank Idaho Veterinary Hospital enough for all they do for us and our clients. We recommend them without hesitation.
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 These OwyheeStar puppies said to say they endorse these gals. They were hoping that they might be their new mommy; however, they will soon be welcomed and loved (equally adored) by their forever family. The hugs and attention lavished on them was extraordinary. They can expect much the same from those awaiting their arrival. The gals asked Dr. Calhoun to get them one of our pups for a Christmas present. I guess the adoration was more than a mutual fling. Puppy loves make the day go better–so we are sending you that and some puppy breath.

This Week on the Blog

We are once again thankful for the updates that make this possible! We are running a bit thin on the material we for the coming week. So, thank you in advance for saving our bacon so to speak.

Sunday, July 26— Reasons to Buy a New Sofa

Monday, July 27— Speaking of Sofas

Tuesday, July 28 – Happy Birthday to You

Wednesday, July 29— Did you Know?

Thursday,  July 30— Undercover Weims

Friday,  July 31— Emma Blue at 3

On a very personal note

It has been a good week. It has been a difficult week. Sometimes our good and challenging events overlap. A person must look at the latter and keep a proper perspective. If you do not, then it can overtake your heart with a negative snare. That would not be a healthy way to live. Therefore, we got quite a bit accomplished on a personal level with our remodel, and as well with the Weimaraners. The downside came on Friday when despite Shela’s diligence to maintain her arm, it flared up in short order. Now, she has to have an ultrasound. We will wait and see what the findings divulge and how they affect the continued aftercare. 

The limitations are tough. Before the Lymphedema, it was often overwhelming to try to keep up with all that OwyheeStar (and the personal life) requires. Shela’s inability to do everything she would do for folks and everything asked of her is hard to manage. All too often people have to wait. Nonetheless, the puppies always get the care needed. They come first. Most people understand. If they cannot, then they will have to go elsewhere. Cliff and Shela are thankful for all the faithful and patient folks that work with them.

As Always

Thank you for your love and support. Keep the puppy updates coming–as I said above, I am running low on material. I need them for inspiration, and they brighten our day. Yes, and allow us to have something to share.

About OwyheeStar

We are Professional Weimaraner breeders--with forty years experience at raising puppies. For many years, we have focused exclusively on the Weimaraner! If you are considering the Weimaraner, or live with one, we welcome you to sign up to our blog. We sincerely hope you will find the information, the stories, and varied posts insightful (as well as entertaining). To those who live with an OwyheeStar Weimaraner, we send special thanks. We appreciate the photos, the news, and your friendship. Thank you for being a part of the extended OwyheeStar family.

Posted on August 1, 2015, in News, OwyheeStar and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I so agree with you, please give your dogtor a big hug from me too…I remember the swallowed stone, that was great that you had a very good vet on your side. Hugs to Shela, we hope so much the ultrasound brings good news and there is a way to heal her arm.

    • If it is a simply infection (again) then antibiotics. If it is compartmental syndrome–I hear it is very tough to get rid of the problem. If it is something more, we will face it. What choice does a person have?

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