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Bella Rae

–Breeder Comment

You might remember seeing Bella Rae and Grace on a recent Blog. This update is a bit late. We had several updates come all at once. Please do continue to send the updates. We will soon be out of them –haha.

At Home

Just a little update on Bella Rae. After a week home, she has really settled in. Our flight went great, she slept on my lap most of the way. I started with the carrier on my lap and my hand inside the bag and she sort of worked her way out and onto my lap where she slept happily the rest of the way. Since she’s been home she has slept through the night very well in her crate, we’ll go out to potty for the last time around 10 or 11 and then she sleeps until 4:30/5ish.

She isn’t too fond of being in the crate during the day unless someone is sitting by her but we are working on that. Bella is quite the cuddle bug when she’s not playing she loves to run and jump into your lap and snuggle there, she also loves cuddling in bed (of course) before she goes into the crate at night.

Her and Bacchus have become great friends. They play quite a bit (always supervised since he doesn’t really know how big he is) and when she cries in the crate he’ll go into the room and check on her, which usually quiets her right down. Bella is definitely an alpha, she climbs all over Bacchus and puts him in his place whenever she can. She’s also very brave and loves exploring outside. Taun is taking a bit longer to warm up to her but we’re making progress…

Here are a few pictures of her from the week. She is a great addition to the family, thank you both for all you do!

All our best,

Grace, Laura, and Jon

Two Blue Boys

~ First there was Koda–now Mylo

We love him so much!

Mylo is everything we hoped for.  He is super lovable and smart.  While he may not exactly love his kennel during the day, he’s great at night. He sleeps until I wake him up to go out and goes back to sleep with little to no fuss!  

Thank you both for adding this adorable little guy to our family!!!

Breeder Comment

Five of the ten Dixie pups went to either a direct referral–or more typically a repeat client. Yes, two of these loyal OwyheeStar folks flew into Boise to carry their pup home as their carryon–one to Salt Lake City and the other to New Hampshire.

While we are very cautious about the longer distances, some folks work out to be excellent placements. First, the right kind of Weimaraner placement is more important than location. We do what we can–we also meet the most interesting folks along the way. Thanks to Koda and Mylo’s family who live right here in the Treasure Valley. We appreciate you!

This is Depressing

Tell Me Again Why We Must Go Home…

Lucy Going Home from the desertI took this pic this morning of Lucy in the back of our truck. She is looking back at the desert. She didn’t want to leave. Bob and I have been there since Tuesday. We were down there celebrating his birthday.

Lucy has her seat-belt on as you can see. We brought both the kids down this time. They had fun; everyone loved them. Most of the people there have smaller dogs.

Even more depressing--Luigi has my spot!

Even more depressing–Luigi has my spot!

Bummed-out in California

Here are the both of them (Lucy and Luigi–her Golden brother) in the back seat. They both have their seat-belt’s on. Lucy isn’t happy because Luigi is in part of her space in the back seat!! Ha Ha!! They are just like kids. Usually, Lucy hogs the back seat, and Luigi has to sit most of the trip. She is a princess!!  Ha Ha!! (November 16, 2014)

Cliff and Shela Comment…

Thank you Idelle for remembering us on your way home. These are great photos of the kids. We send a belated birthday wish to Bob.