Working The System
Olli Paws Up
I just read your Thanksgiving message and thought I would send a quick note and some pics as your message really resonated with me!!! Olli has such a fun personality and is just the sweetest guy. That is not to say that he isn’t naughty and mischievous….because he is….but he has such a great demeanor that everyone just loves him. Case in point….first put your paws up for some massaging and petting opportunities….
You Need a Hug
And then why not just go in for some snuggling time??? He knows that he is not allowed on the sofa or furniture so he very wisely keeps his hind legs on the ground. We have all sorts of colorful names for him 🙂
We took him to the vet yesterday as he needed some shots and he weighs a solid 68 lbs. He is all muscle and all young boy. Completely healthy and we are looking forward to many fulfilling years ahead with him.
All the best to you, Cliff, and your family this holiday!
There is a growing contingency in America–those who adore the Longhair. At first, we were skeptical as well. We love all things Weimaraner.
As a breeder, adding the Longhairs increases our DNA pool significantly. That is a good thing. Both of the parents must carry the Longhair Marker (or you could say more accurately are affected) to get any Longhair pups in a litter.
This pup is from a mating with Hattee (picture to the right) and Stackhouse. She is a smooth coat carrier, and he is the extraordinary Longhair Stud. The fluffy coat is not as you might expect–it is hard to explain. Those who experience for the first time are often amazed.
A lot of dog breeders will specialize in two breeds. We are all about the Weimaraner; however, we have a couple of opportunities every year to get a Longhair.
Posted on November 25, 2016, in AKC, Behavior & Training, Companion Weimaraner, Long Hair Weims, Longhair, Longhair Weimaraner, Previous Pup Update, The Weimaraner, Undocked Tails, Zula Blue X Stackhouse, Zula Blue X Stackhouse2. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.