Franny

Franny is living her best life.  With work I have gotten creative with my hours and enlisted the help of a few friends with dogs, so that she can keep meeting friends, even if the humans have to remain separate.  Starting Thursday, a couple hours after I leave for work, one of my friends will be picking her up from her kennel at my house and taking her to her hobby farm.  Completely fenced, she will get to run, play with the other dog and meet some farm animals.  She lives better than me!  

We walk every day and other than flopping down when she loves a special spot of grass, she is doing great.  

This dog could not be sweeter.  She is confident but not aggressive, she already know several commands, and I don’t know if it is the NuVet, the food choice or both, but her waste is still firm.  I have never had any dog with as consistent belly as hers.  She is a bit bitey – but I am pretty sure she is teething her big girl teeth, so we are finding every possible thing for her to chew on that isn’t my arm, leg or the sneak attach to my butt!  
I hope you and Cliff are well.  I love reading your daily updates and I this pooch like crazy.  

Breeder Comment

We could not be happier to hear the news that you are getting along so well. Most Weimaraners lead extraordinary lives–often better than their human counterparts. Puppy biting is the bane of getting them raised. Click here to read Anne Taguchi’s article on managing the biting Weimar puppy. Mouthing is also about ownership, and one way the Weimaraner controls their human–think on that a bit. It is charming, but you might want to rethink allowing that behavior if it becomes a thing as she grows out of the puppy biting–shark baby stage. 

The food and supplements we suggest have worked well across the board for so many Weimaraners. It is the truth that no one food is perfect for every dog, but our pups have loved the food, and they consider the supplement yummy. I love the powdered supplement–just my preference. Together, this mix seems to help the immune system and keep the stools better. Weims can have such a finicky tummy–so glad to hear Franny is doing excellent.

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Posted on April 17, 2020, in Atti X Stackhouse, Behavior & Training, Longhair, Longhair Weimaraner, Previous Pup Update and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

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