From Central Oregon
Where do I begin?
~We are Living In Idaho!
We’ve moved to Middleton, and we have been here for over a month. I am finally settling in.This pup (Cooper) is full of energy, I’ve stopped trying to compare anything to Ada (my former Weimar). He’s his own beast.
He took to the crate with no problems. and I can now leave him out during the day (doggy door to go out) while I’m at work and there’s nothing out of place minus the random stick or rock he brings in. I’m pretty amazed honestly.
I’ve been working 15/20 min a day (well try to) with a bird wing. and he is taking to it and the training pretty well. I tell myself he’s still just a pup and try not to expect too much at the moment. My dad got a pup that’s just a few weeks older, and it’s been fun watching them develop.
Thank you for this crazy weim. And I’ll try to give you some future updates without as much time passing.
We are happy to hear that Cooper has made a good adjustment despite all the change that occurred. This move may work to his favor in the future. The more adaptable Weimaraner is the better-balanced adult. Thank you for the time and effort to send us the update.
Posted on August 18, 2016, in Bringing home the Weimaraner, Crate Training, Getting started with a Weim, House Training, Mousse X Stackhouse, OwyheeStar Gray Ghost, Puppy Development, Puppy Information, Raising Versatile Hunting Weims, The Weimaraner and tagged Beginnings, Companion Weimaraner, Gray Ghost, Idaho Weimaraner, Oregon OwyheeStar, Oregon Weims, OwyheeStar, OwyheeStar Weimaraner, Silver Gray Weim, the Weimaraner. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on From Central Oregon.