Adventures with Tripp
Tripp is an amazing and truly wonderful dog. (LOL) Although I sometimes, (most of the time) I think he thinks he’s a person. I’m sure this is partially my fault. I treat him like he’s a little person. Tripp has been so good for me in many ways. He’s allowed me to learn how to be alone and to still do the things I really enjoy. We’ve enjoyed taking many trips–just the two of us– me and Tripp.
The Oregon Coast
We’ve been to the coast many times–several have been in the last few months. We also went to the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness Area. It seems like you are on top of the world, (lol) Well, maybe not the top of the world, but you find yourself at the top of a mountain. Travels also include Bolan Mountain and the Steens Mountain. I can honestly say that without Tripp, I never would have been able to to take these getaways. With him (my Weimaraner, Tripp) I’m never alone. It is so amazing all the things that we explore together.
I love that while are just hanging out at home, he’s totally a goofball. Have you heard of the game of Twister? Tripp makes a habit of twisting himself into the weirdest position ever. He does this so he can squeeze in next to me on the chair. When it’s time for breakfast or dinner he’s so excited he tap dances and goes in circles. He truly has a unique and loving personality. Oh, when I take him into a store, he’s a complete ham. This Weimaraner really know’s how to put on a show. Together we make a great pair and I couldn’t imagine my life without him 🙂
Breeder’s Comment: Tripp is one of those Weimaraners who got a second chance placement. The problem (of needing a new home) was not his doing. Here is a previous update if you care to read it too—click here.
Posted on October 26, 2015, in Mollie X Blue, Previous Pup Update and tagged Companion Weim, Companion Weimaraner, Companion Weims, Gracie, Gray Ghost, Gray Ghost Weim, Gray Ghost Weimar, Gray Weimaraner, O, Oregon OwyheeStar, Oregon Weimaraner, Oregon Weims, OwyheeStar, OwyheeStar California Weimaraners, OwyheeStar Weimaraner, Rescue Weimaraner, Southern Oregon Weimaraner. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.