When in the Southwest

It is Lizards

31189578_818517568340752_8553783899514208256_oDid you know the Weimaraner is a Watch Dog? Of course, you did. All that nose art on your window didn’t come from the goldfish. (Haha)

In the Northwest, it is the squirrels who taunt the Weim window watchers. Or maybe it is a feral cat that walks the fence gingerly out of reach. Bunnies and other scurriers are also fair game–sometimes the watching crew gets after the watched. The chase is on if caught it might not end well.

In the southwest, the lizards taunt the Weimaraner. It doesn’t take much to get their attention–sparrows, blackbirds, robins, butterflies, and sometimes bugs. Some Weims are more attuned to their duty of watching the premises than others. Nothing gets by these two.

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Posted on April 25, 2018, in Behavior & Training, Cats and the Weimaraner, Cats and your Weim, Companion Weimaraner, Finds, Quirks and Quandaries, Raising Versatile Hunting Weims, The Weimaraner and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on When in the Southwest.

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