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Dyson

~Paws Onboard

Here’s a short update on Dyson for your blog. I could write about him every week!!  

Dyson (Boone x Flo) is 6 months now and 55lbs.  I remember in the 6 week behavior assessment you commented on how he uses his paws. Well!  I think he might be a southpaw but is close to being ambidextrous as I’ve never had a dog use his paws so much for everything.

Both ears are rarely fully down which I think makes him even cuter than possible. He is so friendly and smothers kisses on everyone he meets. Last night at the pet store a toddler saw him and opened her arms wide to him and he was so gentle with her and his kisses. Made my heart melt as he hasn’t been around too many children.  Not very many blues in Canada so he is jaw dropping to everyone.  He gets smarter, more challenging and more magnificent each day!
Would love to see pics of other Flo and Boone pups from March!

~ Mardo in Calgary

Ps. Here’s a great new Kong toy I found which is great for stuffing small kibble, treats and peanut butter into the holes, on both sides. 

Breeder Comment

We appreciate your cute and newsy update, Mardo. Possibly someone else will read this that has a littermate and send us another update. That would be excellent.

We are glad to hear you are doing well together–thanks again.

Dyson

~Loves People

Dyson is well and growing fast. He goes to puppy class and is a superstar. He also goes to puppy socialization play dates weekly. He’s a little shy to get started but once he observes for awhile he’s happy. If he gets overwhelmed he finds someone’s legs to stand in between. He loves people!  One of the supervisors said he is a polite puppy which made me proud.

At home he’s in love with playing with Leo and Leo has accepted him fully.  Dyson is very interested in people first dogs second. And he likes to sit watch and observe new situations. Oh he’s going to be such a smart dog!!

Breeder Comment

We appreciate the update (including the photos)–and especially insight into living with this lovely boy. Thanks for remembering us–it means a lot.

Opportunistic

Our Turn

     ~Pilikia and Kula Bleu

The photo you posted yesterday made me send you this when April and I get up, they get in bed and take our place!
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Mahalo,
Brent

Breeder Comment

How many OwyheeStar Weims like to crawl under the covers. We all know that this is a thing. Some share the bed with their owners. Others might not be able to take it over until their ‘hoomans’ get up. Either way, they take full advantage when given the opportunity. Isn’t this about the cutest thing ever?

It’s a Jungle Out There

Oscar loves the tall grass in spring

I am glad Grandma Deli is nearing 14.5!!!!  Amazing.  One thing for sure is Oscar is healthy like an ox.  He clearly comes from good lines.
He’s not as good as Baron was on the trails though.  He runs real heavy and his paws get chewed up after 20km or so.  He still wants to keep going, but I usually limit him a bit.  He can go much further if it is on softer ground but here in “the Rockies”…..well you get the picture😊

The view is good...

The view is good…

Oscar

Living the Good Life in Calgary

Oscar 4 Bog-7My dad wanted you to see I have a very nice, (a good-sized) tongue. Another thing he likes about me (besides spending our time together) is my beautiful coat. No, I am not wearing a fashion parka, but my fur is extraordinary. Oscar 4 Bog-8Important Weimar Job

I have a lot of responsibility here in Calgary. My mom is a doctor, and she does a lot of things to help people. She is a bit of a fashion mogul herself; you might say that we hangout together. I think we cause quite a stir when we do. Below are some important snapshots from my world. I hope you enjoy them.~ Oscar

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The Baby

AKA Oscar

(in Calgary)

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Here’s some pics of the baby.

Oscar in Calgary

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As you know we spend a great deal of timing hiking, exploring, and doing things outside. Dad has to work, but whenever we can, we are out and about. Nevertheless, there are those times I can find comfort of the best kind.

A few Previous Outdoor Photos of Me…

I stay inside when Mom and Dad want to; I am good boy.

Rock climbing Oscar

Oscar Climbs

Oscar Climbs

Oscar loves to climb!   He doesn’t even mind the graphiti ~ Jeff

Trevis and Oscar hang out

Hanging out Summer 2013

Trevi is doing great

He is learning so much every day.  We have been taking him out to do something different every weekend.Hanging out with Oscar 1

He and Oscar spent the weekend together…Hanging out with Oscar 2

He spent this last weekend hanging out Oscar.  We took him hiking and climbing.  It was a big day for him but he did well.

Breeder’s Note: Trevi is a longhair Weimaraner.

Saying Good-bye to Kaos

Kaos and Ozzie

Kaos and Ozzie

Kaos passed over the rainbow bridge

I wanted to let you know that my amazing boy Kaos passed away last Saturday. There was no sickness or suffering. Kaos pillow boyHe was great right up until a few days before. They think he had a tumor that ruptured and then he had internal bleeding that just made his body go to sleep within a couple days.

Kaos was loved by all!

I can’t even tell you what Kaos brought to our lives. He was one amazing soul and he was loved by everyone around him.

~

Ozzie has never known life without KaosKaos with toy

Ozzie is adjusting but he sure does miss his best buddy. We are hanging in there as we have nothing but great memories to keep us happy.

Breeder’s Note: Thank you Sarah for letting us know of Kao’s passing. Of course, we will write you a separate email, but we didn’t want to post this without our sincere condolences for your loss.

The unfortunate reality is that something catches up with every living creature. A few beat the odds and live longer than average–some by far. We all know it is inevitable. It is just not the fun part of having critters in our life. Sarah is right. Kaos brought them joy, and they have a boat-load of good memories. The bottom-line is these wonderful creatures make our lives better.

This week our mail brought news of two Weims who recently departed from their earthy family. We suspect they are both busy in the heaven entertaining people with their antics. We get notes from people who write us about other Weims that pass too. We hear of problems, and situations. We have gotten notes from people around the world asking us for advice. We do what we can. We do not post or share everyone we receive. Nonetheless, on occasion, we will share some of the less upbeat news. We appreciate everyone who puts so much into giving their OwyheeStar Weimaraner the best of everything. May they live long, and fill your heart with memories to cherish when they must depart. Embrace every moment for we know not how many moments any of us will have in this life.

Kaos some time ago...

Kaos some time ago…