~ Not Your Stereotype Weimar at All
We live in Fontana, CA. She’s now a fat happy girl with gas that can clear the room since her lunch of a cheeseburger and fries with thousand island is not part of he normal diet. But we have a few extra days.
Her gas is normally none unless Grandpa sneaks her human food or salmon based food. She eats Blue Buffalo and loves that the best. Luckily her lunch yesterday of didn’t too much damage to her tummy. Thanks you guys for the best pup I could have ever asked for. I’m not ready for another weim because I would be trying to replace something that could never be replaced. She is the best tempered, loving, lazy weim a girl could have asked for.
In her adult days the choice between a walk and a couch cuddle was a 50/50-she was awesome and never had that high energy. She was just super mellow her entire life sans puppy stage where she tore stuff up (couch-my fault I thought I could trust her outside the crate while I was at work, sunglasses and shoes-again my fault I went away for the weekend and she was mad, undergarments to this day she will eat them if they are on the floor) or get a moment of the zoomies and launch off the couch doing 180s and speed through the living room. Thank you again as she was always heathy, always funny, and had her own personality that was just awesome. When people would make remarks about the stereotypes of a weim I just laughed and was like nope my dog is none of those things. Mine loves laying in the sun, playing in the pool, and being a cuddle bug and bed hog.
Are you planning on having any weim pups, no blues since Gretchen is not replaceable and I don’t want to compare since the pedestal for her is really high and no pup could take away from that. I think I may be ready for a new family member but not right now right now-a few months away.
Well, for sure, we cannot replace Gretchen. We get people asking for a Weimaraner with this temperament all the time–they are rare even for OwyheeStar. (Haha) My suggestion is typically to plan for the worst and hope for the best–that way, you are ready for whatever comes.
Thank you for your photos and the information you shared with us–and for giving her the best possible life. Storm and Dusty passed over the rainbow bridge about five or six years ago. They live on through their offspring–and some of our girls carry one or both of their DNA.
To get something out of those lines takes planning, and it requires a person to be ready to go when the pups come along—Winnie shares both Dusty and Storm as her paternal grandparents. As time passes, it becomes harder and harder to get back to that same bloodlines, as we have added fresh blood, and we continue to mix the DNA pool with it. So, you might get fortunate even if the new kid doesn’t share that exact lineage.
We look forward to working with you again. A goodly number of our OwyheeStar pups are placed with repeat clients–as you might guess.
Posted on August 11, 2020, in Previous Pup Update, Storm X Dusty and tagged Blue Female Weimaraner, Blue Weimaraner, California Blue Weimaraner, California OwyheeStar Blue, Family Companion. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.