~He’s getting along nicely.
The above snapshot is taken with my wife’s dog Caoimhe (pronounced Keeva). She has taken to him very nicely… They play a lot.
Here he is with Ruger, who actually curled up there when Jaeger was already there. Ruger is progressing slower; he has never been one to play a lot with other dogs.Jaeger is still gaining like a horse, 16.9lbs today. He doesn’t like crate training, but we are slowly making progress.
It appears you are off to a good start incorporating the new OwyheeStar Weim into your family. It is a plus that Caoimhe likes to play with him. The most significant thing where he is going to hunt is to get him following in Ruger’s paw prints in the field. We know you have this as a goal. There are so many things when you bring home the Weimaraner–the crate-training you mentioned, housebreaking, the recall, and other essential disciplines that it takes focus. You, having been down this path before understand all too well for what we speak. We look forward to hearing news from time to time of Jaeger and his exploits.
Posted on December 18, 2017, in Bettee X Boone, Companion Weimaraner, Hunt Info, Hunting Weims, NAVHDA, Previous Pup Update, Raising Versatile Hunting Weims and tagged Gray Ghost, Gray Weim, Gray Weimaraner, Silver Gray Male Pup, Silver Gray Weim, Silver Gray Weimaraner, Silver Gray Weimaraner Puppy, Silver Weimaraner, Two Weimaraners, Two Weims, Versatile Hunter, Versatile Hunting Dog, Versatile Hunting Weimaraner, Versatile Weimaraner, Washington State Weimar, Washington State Weimaraner, Washington Weim, Washington Weimar, Washington Weimaraner, Washington Weims. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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