OwyheeStar’s Succeeding with the Weimaraner.11
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Is The Weimaraner Right for You?
~ Part Three
Lauded for his ability to work with great speed, fearlessness and endurance when on the hunt, the Weimaraner is also known for being an easily trainable, friendly and obedient member of the family. This is a breed that loves children and enjoys being part of his family’s “pack.ʺ A well-trained Weimaraner is a delight to live with, but an untrained one is akin to a canine demolition derby. Puppies should be started in classes at an early age.
Accurate–however, a bit Misleading
Depending upon breeding and early breeder socialization the puppy you receive should be ready to learn the basics. For those who understand the commitment and follow through faithfully with the basics (house breaking, crate training, the recall as well as the loose-leash heel) things go well. All of this and more is achievable. The ease of doing so will depend on your understanding of the breed, how you follow through and is contingent on you making the right choices.
Freedom is Earned!
OwyheeStar admonishes their clients to remember that freedom is earned. Too much freedom (and who doesn’t want the puppy running around) will lead to accidents as well as the idea they are free to do as they please. This situation will affect the housebreaking or all of the basics as mentioned earlier. Even more disconcerting is the fact failure to achieve these areas of discipline may also set your pup up to develop bad habits. These behavioral issues will lead to non-compliance and in turn, create other scenarios such as making them less than welcome to others.
The Human Factor
The vast majority of the OwyheeStar puppy clients achieve success with ease; however, even some of those fall on hard times. The Weimaraner is not a dog you train and move on–they require a strong leader and insistence that they meet the standards you have set. We don’t know anyone who would claim this is an easy breed to train. Nonetheless, if you get it right, they can become a joy. To enjoy living with them requires a sense of humor as well as the ability to deal with their quirks and the quandaries to which they gravitate.
- Loves children
- Delight to live with
About OwyheeStarWe 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 April 29, 2016, in Behavior & Training, Bringing home the Weimaraner, Children and Weims, Companion Weimaraner, Crate Training, Dangers, Getting an OwyheeStar Puppy, Getting started with a Weim, House Training, Information and Education, OwyheeStar Weim, Owyheestar Weimaraner, OwyheeStar Weimaraner Puppy, OwyheeStar’s Succeeding with the Weimaraner, Puppy Development, Puppy Information, Puppy Tips & Info, Quirks and Quandaries, Separation Anxiety, Socialization, The Weimaraner, Training, Weimaraner puppies and tagged Companion Weim, Companion Weimaraner, OwyheeStar, OwyheeStar Weimaraner, the Weimaraner, Weimaraner. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
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