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Kali Blue

~Home Again

Maybe you remember Kali Blue and her story. Yesterday, she was reunited with Phillip. We all know what these wonderful creatures mean to us–in some cases, they literally save our lives. Quite possibly there are no words to cover how they touch our soul.

The time lost–cannot be gotten back. Nonetheless, each day they have is a precious gift.

Let’s all remember Phillip and Kali Blue and pray that she can make a quick adjustment. After all, we are talking about the Weimaraner–change is very hard. We wish her all the best from here on out.

Today–we join in the celebration of her return. Uh–thank God for microchips, too! Folks –be sure to register those microchips. Every OwyheeStar puppy leaves with the AKC Reunite Microchip.

Gracie

Hello Cliff and Shela…

Shark Biter at Rest

Shark Biter at Rest

We want to write to say hello, and to say we hope is going well with you.  Gracie is doing well; however, some things just take time…even dog training!  We are working with Gracie (11 weeks old today) and she loves to do a perfect sit as long as the dog food “treat” is coming her way.  Working on following Cliff’s advice on not giving to many treats.  She is also learning “place” – her Minky lined dog bed.

Rest Velcro BabyThe AKC Reunite Microchip

We just received our AKC Reunite tag for Gracie and now her micro-chip is tagged to our personal information and phone number.  She is a darling girl and is especially sweet and loving.

Best to you, Nancy and Tony

Breeder’s Note: We recently changed our microchip system. We now use the AKC Reunite Microchip (from the American Kennel Club). If you brought home a spring 2014 OwyheeStar Weimaraner, they will have the new microchip. This must be registered with AKC. Recording it at your veterinary’s office is not enough. Inside the puppy packet (in the front flap’s slit) you will find the information, along with the health record. Should your puppy ever come up missing (God forbid), or should you need to prove the pup belonged to you, the best proof is the microchip. Please register your microchip with AKC–its important!

Thank you Tony and Nancy for getting Gracie’s microchip recorded with the American Kennel Club (AKC).