Nicki and Annie–part one

~the Dixie Cup Sisters

Waiting For a Treat Here

Both girls love ice cream, peanut butter and laying out in the sun.  When we brought Nicki home Annie was not thrilled, she laid on our bed every day and would only come out to potty and eat.  Nicki could not jump up there because she was too little.  Of course, Annie put on weight and the vet wanted the extra pounds off. Happy to report that Annie got the extra weight off.

Annie was pretty spoiled and her nose was out of joint.  It took a long time for Annie to come around, Nicki liked her right from the start.  They will lay on the couch or bed together but never touching.  I am so jealous of other Weims we see posted on your blog that accept each other right away.

They are so much fun though and they will play together now. Nicki likes to zoom as fast as she can and she knows Annie does not like it. Nicki likes to tease her, Annie will jump up and lay Nicki down. Annie growls and barks, she sounds pretty vicious but her tail is wagging the whole time.  Nicki will chew on Annie’s ears when she has her pinned but does not bite hard.

Breeder Comment

Thank you for this fabulous update. We know everyone will enjoy reading about Annie and Nicki–your two OwyheeStar Weims. We appreciate you remembering us.

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Posted on September 8, 2020, in Atti X Boone, Previous Pup Update, Topper X Boomer and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Our older Weim would still like the new one to disappear. It’s been over a year and a half. Jealousy is an awful strong feeling even for our dogs.😬

  2. It can be a forever thing–I believe it mostly happens in this breed with two females. I work hard to suggest that people consider one of each sex–or two males. More often than not, two males are not a problem. Female Weimaraners like to be in charge–two leaders find a way to be at odds. Anyhow, that is my take on it–

  3. Also — if you have a resident Weimaraner, and bring in a rescue–it can be much more difficult. It is always tricky.

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