Category Archives: Juniper X Boone
~Reporting from Chester Headquarters
It was so nice this weekend! The sun was shinning and it was perfect for sun bathing on the back deck. Mom and dad sat outside with me and they read books.
After mom was done reading she gave me a nice cold treat because I am a good boy. My mama says I’m spoiled but I think she could spoil me more and I wouldn’t even complain. Talk to you again soon!
Chester, you are so good to write us these updates. Yes, you are spoiled–too. Not a bad thing at all.
~Tikka and Luna host again
Nancy Garin Reports
Kihei is doing pretty good with the cats.
I made sure that I was a “strong presence” when she first meet them!
People ask about the Weimaraner and cats. Usually, when raised with cats, things work out quite well. Many of our clients have inside cats. Feral cats might not fair as well. When introducing an older Weimaraner to a cat, they need to be under your control–anything could happen. Good job, Nancy.
~My beautiful Mom had a birthday
It’s been a while since I last wrote and I’m sorry, but my mama hasn’t been feeling very good so I have been taking care of her. But she just had her birthday and she really wanted some family pictures since it has been so long. Daddy and I drove and met mama and this lady with a camera and we went into this alley for pictures. Mom was so happy! I wanted to share the pictures with our friends so they can see how handsome I am.
During the day I help mama and daddy by carrying towels and shoes into my room and this morning I even chewed a big stick while they were sleeping so when they wake up they can see how much I love them. Well I gotta go I will try to write again soon!
Chester, you do such a good job of taking care of your Mama–and how do you find the time to keep us updated too? You are amazing.
I wanted to give you an update on our wonderful addition, Afina (Fin). We chose her name Afina because it means blueberry (I thought of Juniper) However we call her Fin for short. The last three months have been lots of fun with her. She has had so many experiences already in a short amount of time.
Fin gets walks everyday to the beach or hills. She loves both! She has the instinct to point and sneak! It’s really amazing! She really is a sweet snuggler, but requires a good workout to get to that point. Ellen absolutely fell in love with her as soon as she laid eyes on her. The ride home went well, and it seemed like she adapted fast. She is so smart!!! Fin has a routine. She gets her breakfast from me every morning, then gets into bed with Ellen when I go to work. I’m not sure how long they get to snuggle but I get a few minutes on my days off.
Now that the days are getting longer we get better evening walks on the beach. She loves being able to run, run, run! I’ve taken her to a pleasant hunting club near Corvallis, and introduced her to a few birds. lol she kinda got scared at first, but then really zeroed in on their scent. We will be heading back there this fall after some training. Great news is she isn’t gun shy. It’s almost as if it’s in her blood or something… lolFin is growing so fast! She weighs 42# currently (and tall enough to reach the kitchen counters)!
She has lost a few teeth, and new ones are already coming in. One weird thing that happened was it seemed like possibly she started a heat cycle, but not sure. I noticed some blood for a couple of days but it went away. This happened just before her final visit for shots so I asked the vet about it. They said it’s not an issue unless it persists, which it didn’t. Fin is so happy and healthy. We just love her so much!
Thank You, Christine,, and Cliff so much for bringing her to us. and please give Juniper and Boone a big scratch for us and let them know their pup is happy and safe. She definitely is part of the family.Thanks again!
Jared and Ellen
Thank you for being a loyal OwyheeStar client. We are so happy that ‘Fin’ has fit so aptly into the family and your life. What a life with her walks on the beach–I am envious.
~Two-Year Old Oregon Coast Girl
Mia is doing great she loves to play fetch and will do just about anything for the ball she is such a sweetheart but very protective of the family… You do an amazing job with this breed
Chris and Bridget
Not so long ago–we called her Shark Baby–click here to see her early start.
PS: We are wanting to start using Nuvet but not sure on what exact one to get should we get the nujoint.ds line or the nuvet plus was just curious what your thought was..
We are happy to hear that Mia continues to thrive–and that she loves a good game of fetch. Click here to learn more about the NuVet we recommend.
~ Not Always Fond of Winter
Yin & Yang say not a good day, high of 10 👎I reminded them that we started at -10
Well, at least they have each other.
~ Celebrates Two Candles
Stone’s second birthday is today–December 29. He celebrated by a long romp on the beach chasing balls.
He continues to win everyone’s heart. Even the new vet can’t get over him! Blue is a rare color of Weim here in Santa Barbara! He is the friendliest, goofiest, sweetest dog I’ve ever known.
Even when he wakes me up at 5 am for breakfast I can’t get mad at that cute little face! We love him to the moon and back! Still looking for a new house and then will be looking for a third Weim to add to the pack. His older brother, Blue, is really slowing down at almost 12. Hope you are well and ready for a New Year, we sure are!
Some of you might remember Stone moved to California not so long ago–click here to read about the relocation. We are glad he is doing well and much-loved. Thanks for thinking of us and allowing us to post this story.
~ previously known as Rose (new home, and new name)
I promised an update on the 10-month old we got from Teal in Seattle. She had a plush life with Teal, so it is hard to call it a rescue.
Dutch is doing well. She has gained muscle, either through natural growth or from getting out more, and confidence. She is quite content out in the back yard for hours at a time which is a change from our previous Weim. She loves basking in the sun and chewing on a stick. We have not introduced her to birds yet, but judging by her interest in them when we are out running, I think she will do well in that regard. She is a pretty good alarm dog, not too aggressive but not too trusting. And she absolutely loves Nathanael, our 14-year old!
Have a Merry Christmas.
Thank you for helping Teal out –sometimes your life surprises you with more than you can manage–this was that type of situation. We are positive Dutch has found a good situation and will continue to thrive within your family. Please stay in touch!
~All is Well
She loves her stuffed birds
We are all doing great since our little girl came home to us! We are calling her “Gemma”. We just love her; and she and Susse get along great. No accidents in the house at all.
She loves to play inside the house and outside. She is a fast learner – knows her name and the command “Here” already. Oh, and she loves to chew!
Thank you for your concerted effort to get Gemma off to an excellent start. Of course, you are an experienced Weimar family. She is in good hands. We hope to receive news of her and Susse’s antics as they become co-conspirators of the best kind.