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Angels Assist with the puppy exit

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Dear Shela and Cliff,

As you know, we agreed to bring an extra Weimaraner pup to Portland. Allison picked up her little Stella about hour an half ago. I just wanted you to know that the transition worked out. We kept her overnight for Allison, and we were sorry to see Stella depart. Nonetheless, all went well on the ride back to Portland yesterday (Saturday April 18th). The puppies slept all the way. We had to wake them up when stop for lunch and when my Doxie had to stop. And then they would potty.

20150418_193113They woke Joel up only 1 time to go potty last night. Not bad at all. Joel hated to see them separated. But he admitted he only wants one dog. That 2 would be to much for him. And Luna will always be able to play with Matt’s (two OwyheeStar) boys.

When we got home and told Matt that you came, he was sad he didn’t go. He really wanted to meet you. He was home working on repairs on the house.  It never just 1 thing that breaks or goes wrong.  And to fix 1 thing right you have to do something else 1st. So he has a long list that has to be done this spring and summer.

Well take care. And thank you so much.  We love what you and Cliff do to give people like us our 4 legged family members.  We do love them. Thank you.

Breeder’s Note: It is always grand to hear about the pups. Knowing that people’s lives are enriched, and filled with all the Weimaraner brings is great joy for us. We appreciate the two families who assisted someone who needed a puppy transport. Finally, we meet the most awesome people ever. Many of these folks stay in our lives for years, and even decades. The connection is one that is special. We can thank the Weimaraner for bringing us together.