Category Archives: Juniper X Boone

Stone

~ 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! 

~Victoria

Breeder Comment

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.

Dutch

~ 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. 
Phillip 

Breeder Comment

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!

Gemma

~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!

Breeder Comment

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.

One Photo

~ Speaks Volumes

The journey begins–what will you become together? May we suggest to set aside any preconceived ideas and to take it one step at a time. That doesn’t mean your goals are wrong, but in our experience, if you build success upon success, your journey goes smoother.

Faces Make Me Happy

~ At Least these faces do!

Breeder Comment

This litter is a very busy and driven group — as we would expect. A couple of exceptions, but even those will find ways to get into trouble. (OMG) We cannot tell a lie–it is why the Weimaraner is too much for some people. It is why the why Weimaraner is perfect for others.

Sunday Faces

~Makes You Smile

Faces at Three Weeks

Breeder Comment

More puppy faces–people seem to like them. It makes my life easier, too. (Haha) And doesn’t the last pup look like it is smiling? I think it is too young to smile, but some Weimaraner’s smile.

Eyes Opening

~ More Sunday Faces to Warm your Heart

Breeder Comment

The eyes are just opening–they don’t yet see at this stage, but between about 10 -14 days, the eyes start to open. Eyesight develops over time–in a week or so.

No Politics

~ Just Happy Thoughts and Faces

Seriously thinking that puppy faces might be good for the soul–and always preferable to whatever political news you follow. Well, that is my thought–more happy faces this Sunday.

Weimar Mama

~With Her Babies

I am convinced that the very young Weimaraner pup doesn’t distinguish between Mama, littermates, and their own body. They are inexplicably pulled to the heat source and the food source—what a miracle. Just amazing when you think about it.

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