Category Archives: Fern X Boone

Nixon, Again

~ He is much loved by our family

We hadn’t shared in a while and he surely gets more photos taken than the kids 🤣

As you can see, we do a lot together–well, snuggles are most certainly included with the fun and games–and the refereeing the counters, etc. Most every activity Nixon is included.

This morning (Dec 20, 2020) we went for a beach run. Both dogs ran their hearts out. My youngest gets anxiety if I don’t have them on a leash. He is afraid they will never come back lol!

Breeder Comment

The adventures of Nixon are fabulously fun–thanks, again, for the update.

Nixon

~OMG — First Birthday

Can’t believe our baby is 1! He weighs in at 92 pounds, can tell time and will let you know it’s mealtime by sitting in his spot and waiting for his dish! He has a big personality and pouts like no other if he is mad at his mama! A total bed hog, stealer of all hearts (and food), loves walks on our favorite wetland trail to look for birds, drives to see the coffee shop girls, running on the beach, and playing with our youngest more than anyone. They wrestle, play chase, hide and seek and dress up lol.

He is the boss of our weinie dog and gets his way easily by barking in his ear. They are the best of friends and fight over the same toys always. We make many visits out to the cousins to see the gsp’s and he loves to run in the field with them. Last visit he came back with an elk foot! Nothing goes untouched! We have had many moments of missing items (food, toy, clothing, etc) that we all point the blame at one another only to find he has it hidden under the blueberry bush. Just tonight, he took a brand new loaf of bread off the counter as we prepared French toast. All that survived was the bag lol.

But, I think we are making a turn from any chewing of the house or shoes, we hope! We love this guy so much we can’t imagine a life without him! Would even consider another! Thank you for giving us the greatest blessing!!

Breeder Comment

Nixon is so adorable (forgive me for saying that when we are the breeder). Thank you for remembering us with these fabulous photos and insights into his first year with you.

Sophia

~Living the Life in Weiser, Idaho

Hi !  Hope you and Cliff are well!  I want to give you an update on Sophia.  10 months old now (can you believe it?!) and she weighs 75 pounds.  Martha (vet) said “Keep doing what you’re doing, she’s healthy and at a perfect weight.”  😁

Breeder Comment

We love hearing the news that Sophia is doing well–and the Vet endorsement that your diet is perfect for her. Thanks for keeping us apprised. Keep doing what you are doing — it is a journey, and in time we will see what you become.

“No dogs allowed at the pumpkin patch, no problem!” 😁🎃

~ Clover and Cabela

This was the kids’ reward for a good first month of remote learning. Life is so different for them right now, it’s fun to be able to do something special and out of the ordinary in a good way for them. ❤ Bonus points for the dogs loving it too!

Breeder Comment

Family fun that includes the Weimars–we love it. What a fabulous idea.

Nixon

Our sweet boy Nixon went on his first full river float/kayak adventure yesterday! We were on the river for 3 miles and 4 hours. He swam, ran, tromped his way through the fields and river banks the entire time! Took a short break on the kayak twice, passed 5 other dogs he didn’t bat an eye at, was super curious about the crawdads the kids were catching and even caught a sand piper bird that he ever so gently brought back to me and I returned to his nest safely 😂

He was absolutely amazing and to say he slept good was an understatement! Loving our boy and all the adventures! 

Breeder Comment

What a great family adventure. The sandpiper story was excellent. We appreciate you allowing us to share your story with our readers and follow along with you on your journey.

Sophia

~ Growing Fast

I love the portrait photo of her! She was so tiny not all that long ago. Maybe you remember her with her sister Azura–a Doberman. Azura wasn’t too sure about this addition at first.

Now, they are inseparable, and she holds her own with her big sister. A friendly game of tug-o-war can happen, but snuggling works its way into the mix, and these days Azura readily accepts her shadow.

Breeder Comment

We love hearing about Sophia and how she interacts with Azura. Thanks for all the hard work you are putting into her. We hope she fulfills all you imagined.

It’s a Weimar Thing

~ Here is Sophia

I don’t know how this is comfortable, but it’s her favorite position!  Below is her when she was much younger–same sort of pose. Some things do not change.

Breeder Comment

We love seeing all the crazy positions the Weimaraner takes–I think most everyone can relate.

Nixon

Update on our bestie, Nixon, now 6 months and a 70 pound lover. We took him for our first camping trip this year. First night in the tent was rough, as he barked at every single pinecone that had the audacity to hit our tent. He was willing to protect and serve his people throughout the night 😂 we quickly learned white noise was our friend and the rest of the trip went smoothly.

He enjoyed swimming in the river with the kids, playing frisbee, our hike to the falls and even took a dip in the freezing cold water and wanted to hike up the rocks with us! Such a good guide and always alerts us when he senses danger ahead. Even if it’s just a large weed or rock 🤣


This week we have begun picking blackberries in the woods. He loves that! Sniffs out every single area and waited for us ahead, would circle us and alert to whatever he thought was questionable…even a piece of carpet laying ahead lol! I love this boy. He has our heart and loves adventures and listens well! We ended last nights walk with a deer ahead he decided to chase! I called him back and just as began to really worry he returned quickly at my calls. Good boy Nix, good boy. 

Breeder Comment

Nixon loves being a part of your adventures–might we say he makes them more fun. At least, for the most part. The unexpected might cause a short-lived alarm, but he moves on quickly. Good for you–what a life you have together. Thank you–for everything, and especially for thinking of us.

The fear of losing him as he gave chase to a deer is very real. Unfortunately, we have many stories of this sort. You might want to consider investing in a GPS tracking collar for Nixon to wear on these outdoor adventure trips. Also, this is for your own peace of mind as well Nixon’s well-being.

Nixon

~Five Monday and Growing

Happy Memorial Day!

A little update on our buddy Nixon, now 5 months. He is happy, so loved, growing like a weed (65 lbs), loves the beach and loves to swim and chase his kids! We spent the day cleaning graves and he was a great helper and quietly watched over us. Socially he is getting so good in public and behaves so well! He gets excited to go for rides and walks and is learning lots of tricks and commands. We wouldn’t trade this laid back snuggle buddy for nothing! We love him! 

Breeder Comment

Nixon, while your update comes on the heels of the extraordinary six-segment Sherlock update, you are no less stellar. You are lovely and larger than we would expect. Many of the Weims in Fern’s DNA pool were the sort that you would have called undersized; however, even though Fern was around 63 pounds and Boone around 83, your boy is big. He is lovely. He doesn’t look fat–growing a pup slow is in their best interest, but they get most of their size in the first six months, so it might be that Nixon ends up to be about his papa’s size. We will see in time.

Lulu is Great

Hello, LuLu is great. She loves to run up in the mountains or go on walks around the neighborhood. She does very well with the gentle leader harness for walks. She does well with basic commands and she was potty trained in just a few short days. She will have formal hunting training later this summer after she turns 6 months in Pocatello. She was easy to crate train and sleeps well through the night.Her best friend to play and wrestle with is a 100 lb German Shepard!

Cheers–Phillip

Breeder Comment

We are beyond happy to hear that Lulu is doing so well. Please keep us posted–we and our audience want to follow her story as it unfolds.