Pretty and High Energy
We walked to the vet today to get on the scale, and Piper is 44.8 lbs! All muscle 😉 This pretty girl has a lot of energy and is always on the go. It was a beautiful and sunny day today in Washington, so I thought it would be a good time to get some pictures of her for you. I included a full body picture for those that are curious about what the un-docked tail looks like. Piper is very playful and loves other dogs. Puppy training has really paid off; she loves to get treats (pics). It will be a while still before she is fully grown and ready to run with me long distance, but we have been working on getting ready for it.
Piper is still a handful as expected! That puppy brain of hers can only focus for so long before she gets bored or a leaf flies by, and she tries to attack it. Some of her favorite things are sticks, birds, earthworms, slugs (yup, I have dug a few out of her mouth), rocks (mom takes those away from her before she swallows them), and digging holes. Luckily mom is always watching! We are having a blast exploring trails with all of those nature smells and playing with other dogs at the dog park. Her coat is velvet soft, and she loves to cuddle too. I get a lot of compliments on Piper when we are out and about; she is a beauty. She’s a good girl too :0) I hope all is well there!
Getting the undocked tail requires planning. We must know in advance of the litter’s arrival because tail docking happens at a very young age. The reason for the early procedure is it is a minor procedure and easier on the pup. The deposit is larger for the obvious reasons. The American Breed Standard for the Weimaraner is the docked tail; however, there is one exception–the Longhair.
Posted on November 14, 2016, in AKC, Companion Weimaraner, Mousse X Stackhouse, OwyheeStar, OwyheeStar Gray Ghost, OwyheeStar Weim, Owyheestar Weimaraner, Previous Pup Update, Undocked Tails and tagged Silver Gray Weimaraner. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.