Needs A Sister!

baili_9080She has turned out to be nothing but amazing.we would like another Grey short hair and the runt of the litter. I love that she is on the smaller side. We would like a friend for Baili, she really loves to play with other dogs and needs a sister!

baili_9082I hope all is well with you both, we would love to get another Weimaraner pup from you guys as soon as you have one available. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Fondly ~Kim and Mike

Breeder Comment

Thank you, Kim and Mike, for your endorsement. We are thrilled you love Baili. Of course, we cannot guarantee a carbon copy. The next will most assuredly be different. :O)

Traditional wisdom suggests that an altered male and an altered female is the better choice. Some people can make two females work–others not. Many folks love having two altered males. Typically, problems are more apt to happen with two females. They (the girls even when spayed) are apt to be more dominant, territorial and unwilling to share. Some would say they are the queen bee and like to rule the roost. There are exceptions to this scenario. Nevertheless, it is best to proceed with caution and to avoid a fur-flying battle for the alpha position.

The human element factors into the equation too! Much of what they become depends on us and our environment. Keep in mind how unique each situation becomes.

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Posted on January 31, 2017, in Companion Weimaraner, Getting an OwyheeStar Puppy, Previous Pup Update, Sadie X Stackhouse, Two Weimaraners and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hello. I would like to share our experience with multiple Weimaraners. My husband and I were so crazy in love with this breed that we got 3 females, all spayed. We got the second Weimie when our first female was 6 months old and the third female when the the eldest was a year old. So, every 6 months we brought a new puppy into our pack. They all got along wonderfully and they have been great pets. Molly, our first Weimie, passed away. So now we just have two of our Weimies who are 11 and 11 plus years old.

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  2. It is true people do this, but the the broader scheme of things I would be very careful recommending it. Whereas you have your experience I have dealt with and spoken to countless (more than you can imagine) folks who have been devastated because they failed. Plus you may have a better skill set than some folks. Everyone wants to believe they have dog savvy–how I wish I could have waved the magic wand for a lot of folks who have written us their story. Thanks for sharing your good fortune. I still say we were told many many many years ago that a male and a female are typically a better decision –by folks who had had the breed more than forty years. We watched and tried to learn from each encounter. I would not recommend two females in every situation. You have to have the right two and you have to be the right kind of leader. That is only my opinion.

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