Spokane Area News

Roxy and Sage

  ~and their Non-Weim fur brother-Cooper

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We got my flowerbed and the entire front and other side of the house weed blocked and river rocked.  The only thing that grows well in the dry heat here seems to be petunias.

20181028_103005Roxy likes to stand on top of the septic cover where it is a bit warm during these cold days while she smells the air.  A lady whose dog died gave us her round Costco dog bed.  Sage is even venturing out of her crate to lay on it.  One day she and Roxy left a bit of room and Copper joined them.  Roxy and Copper play and play, loudly at times, and wear each other out.  Copper still tries to jump up on me.  He thinks I am his play buddy.  Not the brightest bulb.  He will be 2 in March.  Roxy still is cheeky as ever.  She will ring the potty bells then run into her crate when you open the door.  Sage has proven herself to be the biggest bone hog.  Roxy’s favorite hobby is to lay in the sunshine near the sliding door and watch for critters.  I had to move my parsley plant which I brought in for the winter because she was munching on it.

One more thing.  It was so funny.  The other day, Sage sat with a bone on the dog bed.  Then she barked at Copper every time he looked at her as if to warn him not to even try to take her bone.  She is so funny at times.  She has her bossy moments too!

Breeder Comment

We are glad to know that Sage and Roxy are still doing pretty well for you. I do always worry about River Rock. Recently I got a message about a young Weimaraner who ate several rocks. (OMG) We have known of several persons who had an issue with their Weims ingesting rocks which can lead to a life-threatening intestinal blockage.  I am sure Roxy and Sage will not start eating the rocks, but it is always a concern. Your flower bed looks lovely.

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Posted on November 16, 2018, in Companion Weimaraner, Information and Education and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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