We love Waylon so much, that we are contemplating a sibling.
I’m really torn because I feel like it’s taking away love from him. But we also lucked out with him not being a chewer or counter surfer etc. But he’s four now so I’m feeling likes it’s now or never. I don’t think I could ever have another dog after him
For all of you who love having two, or don’t–drop your thoughts to Cristi. Thank You! And Cristi, we look forward to working with you again–I believe you meant another breed of dog. Of course, the Weimaraner doesn’t consider itself a dog. We all get that.
Posted on January 28, 2021, in Hollee X Benton, Previous Pup Update and tagged Two Weim Family, Two Weimaraners, Two Weims; one family. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
Go ahead, just do it. But I would suggest another Weim, if yours seems to socialize with people in peculiar ways, just wait until you see them interact with another crazy weim. But then there is the double trouble phenomenon where they gang up in mischief each taking their specific part to make a big ole mess.
I have had 2 sets of boys and really enjoyed it. Your spacing in age is good, once we didn’t listen to Shela and got a second too close to the first and that was not great because the pup likely bonded more to the other pup rather than us.
Weims love playing with another Weim
once you understand a weim it is wonderful to have two
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