Category Archives: Millee X Stackhouse
~ Fun with Charlie Mae
The Game–the way things work!
This continues to be her favorite game. Grab a sock from wherever she can get it – dirty clothes/clean clothes/from a drawer, it matters not!!! Once she successfully finds one, then she comes and finds us to make sure we see she’s got one.
It’s then time for the chase. This is where we run around the house after her, eventually, she jumps on our bed and with some negotiating she will drop it… It’s SO cute (most of the time), if you don’t co-operate with her plan, she’s been known to take out her frustration on the found sock… We just love this big personality pup!
We are in the middle of the Longhair discussion on the blog. It seems right to showcase one today. What better thing to have this from Will and Jill?
Yesterday, Charlie Mae was on the blog (her silhouette), but there is a lot more to the Longhair than that feathering. It has been some time since I talked about the Longhair Weimaraner. There are a very few OwyheeStar clients that don’t care for the look of the Longhair; however, by and large, most really love the idea–even if they don’t embrace getting one. Not everyone is going to like the same thing. That being said–much of what we have achieved is due to the Longhair DNA pool. Those who voice the loudest objections are often the recipient of the benefits.
Your family are adamant Weimaraner lovers–you have had nearly every look available except the Blue Longhair. We know Ellie, your daughter, hopes to one day get a second Longhair. Cliff and I still remember when you contacted us, and the only thing we had available was Charlie Mae. You met us to see what they were like and soon we heard that you wanted to add her to your family. It makes us happy to know you enjoy this lovely girl. Of course, you still have Murphy–the traditional Blue Weimaraner. He is much-loved as well. Thank you, for being a faithful and devoted OwyheeStar Weim-loving family. Here ( https://owyheestarweimaranersnews.com/2016/03/06/murphy/ ) is the last time Murphy, your Blue Boy appeared on the blog.
~ Joins Turbo and Sophie
I haven’t talked to you guys in quite a while and I thought I would drop you a line or two. Hope guys are doing well. We are doing pretty good here but tomorrow will mark 2 weeks since we had to put our Hemi down. She was 13.5 years and pretty lumpy and bumpy. Her arthritis was getting pretty bad and she developed a chronic cough with sometimes bloody phlegm.
Our vet came out to the house and she went peacefully over the rainbow bridge.
Zoey and Magnum
Zoey and Magnum are now settling in with the new adjustment. Who will be the boss now? They are saying. Zoey still drags Magnum around by the collar at times. Do I think she might be the boss? They are very much like siblings.
Putting Hemi down was such a hard thing to do but I knew it was time. She still ate well and did her business outside and still wanted to go on walks, short ones. She was on pain pills 3 times a day and Rimadyl twice a day. We wanted to say thank you for such beautiful blessings in our lives.
What can we say? The passing of Hemi is a huge loss, but we all knew it was only a matter of time. You gave her the best of everything. Of course, she endured the new whipper-snapper crew of Magnum and Zoey. It is good those two had each other. I am sure it gave Hemi a bit of relief.
Thank you, Monica. You folks are more than OwyheeStar clients. It is like extended family to us. We have a lot of history, and I still chuckle at the stories of Turbo’s antics. All the joy and fun and yet it has to come to this. It is how the world works. Anyhow, we sincerely hope that Zoey and Magnum live a long and healthy life. Thank you, again, for being loyal and so much more.
On Charlie Mae
~The Annual Tradition
You can tell it’s Christmas time at the Spight house!!🎄🎄🎄. We got Charlie Mae 5 years ago just before Christmas and she wouldn’t leave the lights alone when I was trying to fix them and I wrapped her up. Been a traditional activity ever since!
Bella and Daisy
Our adventures and love continue each day!
Who doesn’t enjoy seeing the Weimaraner (or like in the case–the Weimaraners) engaged in life and all it brings? At the beach, checking out the water, playing in the snow and snuggling. Zonked (tongue out) making us smile. As one person on the Wait List wrote us yesterday, the shared experiences are a joy. Thanks to this great Pacific NW family for sharing their life with us.
Here it is their own words–
Shela and Cliff, I so enjoy your daily blog, it seems like we already have a pup with the opportunity we get by viewing all the wonderful dogs who have been placed. ~ Don
Treasure Valley Tuesday
(Nampa, Idaho) Even Charlie Mae and Murphy are wondering WHY are we getting more of this snow!!
Meanwhile at OwyheeStar
~ Western Treasure Valley–Oregon
Magnum Under Wraps
Michael put Magnum in the truck and he came back a bit later and this is how he for him He had rolled himself up in his blanket. What a smart boy.😊
Hope you both are well and want you to know we think of you often.
~Mike & Monica
Ok Dad, time to watch TV now right?!?! I’m sitting like you and everything!!!
Charlie Mae and Elle
Does anyone at your house tell time? Our Weims know when it is bedtime, mealtime and the general routine we keep. They are not happy about us not keeping on schedule. Evidently there is television time and place too. Murphy and Charlie Mae know their routine. They might know how to work things to their advantage too.
~Do you see those birds outside????
We’re chasing them with our mind RIGHT NOW!!!!
Charlie Mae (Gray Longhair Female) and her Blue Ghost brother (Murphy) have more than their eyes on these interloping birds. They come; we chase. They have excellent manners. The blinds are intact. They are so focused they stayed with their tracking project while Will snapped these photos. The Weimaraner–either they are so entertaining that we spend a great deal of time watching them or we are easily entertained. Then too–there is the fact you need to know what is going on with them. The silence of the Weims is rarely a good thing.
Humans want 1/4 of the Bed
It is unthinkable for some to share their bed; however, the Weim folks often do snuggle with their Weims. Or they might more aptly wrestle for space on the bed.
This Weimaraner is a Longhair on the bed. Did you wonder if you could deal with the extra fluff? It is not so bad as fluff goes; some Weimlovers are addicted to the feathering.
Kind of Like Off Grid
Why is a frequently asked question at the home of the Weimaraner. What is the point? Why are we doing this? Why should I stay off the counter? Have you seen the finds I make?
These are all valid questions in the eyes of the Weimar. They like to find a way to get their way–if one way doesn’t work another will. Try, try, try again is an overused motto. Nevertheless, it seems to work for them.
Stackhouse, who has never netted a steal, did so last Friday. The hamburger pattie was resting on the paper skillet-ready, tasted delicious. Cliff didn’t know where Stack got the paper until I said more than paper was missing. (Oops) Off-bed sounds pretty innocent don’t you agree?