Golden Year Placement



I have enjoyed trying get information on Mesquites pups. The thing that amazes me is that more of your dogs don’t go to hunting families? Even at 10, Mesquite has a lot of fire. You have to let her rest, when out in the field, but heck I need a rest also.

We go a lot of places together. She sure isn’t hard to manage out in the field. She works in close and minds easily. The only reason I use the electronic collar is for skunks and porcupines. I never shock her, using the tone is enough.

Mesquite is the smartest dog I have ever owned. She is family and doesn’t want to be left out of anything. I am sad to hear you are struggling to get people to send you information on their OwyheeStar Weimaraner, so you have enough to easily keep the blog going. I hope you can work something out as far as your blog? It would be ashamed to see it go away. Lyle

Breeder Comment

We cannot say often enough how much we appreciate you, Lyle. You have been faithful to keep up posted and sending information for our blog. More than anything, you have given Mesquite a fabulous Golden Year Placement.

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Posted on October 23, 2020, in Moxie X Benton, Previous Pup Update. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Shela: Thank you for your new post about Mesquite, she is a darling. She is asleep behind me on the bed. We just got back from our morning walk. She found two cats this morning on our walk. We walk early morning while it is still dark. I wear a head lamp, so I can see where I am going. She has learned that those cats eyes reflect light. When she spots them, she is like a heat seeking missile. She doesn’t appear to want to hurt them. I guess cats don’t belong in her territory and she runs them off. She seems happy when they are gone.
    We walk each morning at the churches campus of about three acres. I feel safe about letting her run free. She minds very well and doesn’t get to far away. She always keeps me in sight, and comes when I caller her back. The facility is lined with 15 foot high Arborvitaes which make for a good barrier , but that is where the cats like to hide. Of course she has that figured out. I can tell by the way she acts when there are cats around. The thing I fear most is running into a skunk. I don’t know if she knows to stay away from them or not? I sure hope so? I have not seen one while out walking in three or four years.

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