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Dyson’s Big Win

Hello!
It’s not your typical hunting dog brag but Dyson won a cover photo contest for Oregon, Washington and Idaho Weimaraners Facebook group with this double derp picture.  He was waiting intensely for a ball to be thrown.  He’s such a lovable clown. 

Cheers. ~Mardo

Breeder Comment

Mardo–thanks for sending this along to us. What a fun and funny photo capture. Way to go, Dyson. You are a winner!

Thor

~In The Driver’s Seat

Thor got his first driver’s lesson!  How are you and Cliff doing?  Thor has been doing very well. He goes on runs every morning and evening.  Gets lots of exercise and loves it!  I took him on a good few miles hike yesterday fishing and he was in heaven!   He’s very well behaved and trained.  He can heal, come, stay, sit and listens very well.  He’s got his aloof moments when he wants to play.  But he’s been an amazing family member.  

He now even walks our Rottweiler mix Hannah ! Lol. He literally grabs the leash and starts pulling her on the walks.  Lol it’s so funny

We also found out that Thor is not immune to Adeno virus, but we decided to NOT give him the vaccination for this because we read it’s rare for Weimes and not life threatening.  what do you recommend?

Breeder Comment

First, this is where we say we are not Licensed Veterinarians, nor are we Licensed Veterinary Technicians. Vaccine issues are a serious matter for this breed–no one can attest to the truth of this more than someone who has had their Weimaraner succumb to serious life-threatening vaccine reaction. The puppy shot vaccinates for Adeno Virus II–which is against upper respiratory infections. Click here to read more.

We are most happy to see Thor as a central part of your life–and we love the photos. Thank you–this is a cute update. We genuinely appreciate it.

Murphy

~ At Your Service

I arrived not too long ago–and ever since then I have been working my way into their hearts (It didn’t require much. You Weimars know what I am talking about. I have a lot of other work to do–like any new Weim. The resident Weimaraner had to be won over, you understand.

More Importantly

I have to entertain my hoomans, and their friends. So, here you go–

Breeder Comment

Murphy, it is so fabulous the way you take care of your family–we know your Mama (Sylvia) pours a ton of love on you, too. You are a lucky boy. Well, the truth is you have your Mama by her tail–turning her head every which way. You are a very fortunate boy.

Tilman

~Part One


My sweet boy just turned two in March and he is just the best. He lives a semi-charmed life in downtown Saint Paul where we walk 2 to 3 miles every morning together and then he goes out a few times a week on pack walks with a group of other dogs that live in the neighborhood along with a good friend of mine, who is also a dog trainer. He LOVES going for walks with his friends! He is so proud and whenever a new dog is added to the pack, he wants to show them how to do it, “This is how we walk”. 


He is THE GOOFIEST dog I’ve ever met. He smiles at me when I come home and he is so affectionate, leaning into hugs and giving lots of kisses. I have only had short hairs prior to Tilman and I have to say that in the last 6 months, his fluff has really come into it’s own. He is three different colors of Weim and the hair behind his shoulders, down his back and on his entire torso has turned into this long bunny soft light colored hair. He gets complimented all the time about what a gorgeous boy he is! 


Tilman is an extraordinary example of the breed. He is curious and sometimes cautious but not fearful.He looks to me for his cues. He is friendly and loves everyone he meets. He is whip smart and will learn anything you can think to teach him so fast. He is a helper and wants see and smell and try everything. He loves to learn and show what he knows and was a breeze to train because he is so eager to please however, like any willful breed, I have needed to remain consistent with his training. TIlman also loves the water but is still hesitant to swim much. He will not hesitate to lay in a mud puddle, however.

Take care– Emily and Tilman (and little big sister Nara, the Chihuahua)

Breeder Comment

We are so happy to hear from you–and to see how well Tilman is doing. Stackhouse is a mud puddle flopping Weim–OMG We love that Tilman smiles –we have a Longhair girls that smiles and wags her entire body. It is adorable.


Sky Raisin Patrol

~ You Never Know Where It Will End

My hero has once again saved me from the evil sky raisin…he did not take his 👀 off it until it was no more!😂🤣🐾🤦🏻‍♀️

Breeder Comment

It is all fun and games until the encounter with the Jalapeno variety slips into the mix. Sky raisin season is approaching quickly — have seen a few, but know they are preparing to bombard us with their in your face presence all too soon.

Bisbee

~When You See Your First Elk

Breeder Comment

I am sure Bisbee is wondering what is that huge scary thing is doing in the yard–it doesn’t belong here. Seriously, a butterfly can tag the Weimaraner, but this critter is far more unnerving.

Protector of her Universe

~Traumatized by Bugs

One would think that this 72 pound, 8-year old Weimaraner is totally fearless!  She protects us from the mailman, from anyone who rings our doorbell, UPS Trucks, squirrels, cats, people walking down our street pushing strollers or dogs, and from the bellows from an anxious bloodhound who’s owners walk him regularly near our street!  She has a very loud bark that may cause concern to anyone who does not know her.  Big dog + loud bark = perhaps a dog to be feared!!  


Maizie has one fear in life though….flying insects!  She knows the word “BUG.”  When someone says that word, she instantly looks UP!  She has learned bugs usually fly high—ceiling height.  She is afraid of bugs!  She will quickly exit the room to “hide” in her crate!  Here is a photo snapped two years ago of Maizie “hiding in her crate” after being traumatized by seeing a fly!  (ears back, look of concern!)  This morning there was a fly in our bedroom.  She shivered for an hour while I petted her to console her to assure her everything will be alright.  She still took refuge in her crate.  Jerry eventually got rid of the pesky fly that traumatized our sweet almost fearless Maizie!

Breeder Commentary

Too funny — and I am sure her fear of bugs was accidentally ingrained. Our most natural responses are (typically) what we need to avoid. She is a sweet precious paper-shredding girl.

Dasher

~Not Something you See Every Day

Here is our Dasher, our Weimaraner version for Snoopy on his doghouse!

He has grown into such handsome lad.

We are quarantined but also enjoying our boys antics. 

Hope you and Cliff are staying safe and sound. 

Dave &  Audrey 

Breeder Comment

What a guy–Dasher put a smile on my heart. Thank you for remembering us and sharing your sweet photo.

Berkley

~ How About This?!?

Breeder Comment

Here’s a way to exercise your Weimaraner and to have a ton of fun too–unless you end up on the ground.

These two are amazing.

Butt What?

~ Lu’s Mama Tells All

Lu getting ready for her afternoon run – she prances around, can barely keep butt and two feet on the ground, total attention to her master, Steve.

We all know how Weim’s love to fart, at least the two we’ve had do. Lu will frequently fart all the way up the stairs (we were calling her “Toots” for a while! – but it also happens when she gets excited. Just now, Steve was getting her gear ready for the afternoon run, and she was dancing in circles then gave a little “toot”! Steve looked down at her and said “You’d better watch out, you’re gonna get a flat tire”!! OMG – kinda of you-had-to-have-been-there moment, but I laughed so hard I cried. Simple pleasures

😂

Sharyl–Lu’s Mom

Breeder Comment

Well, I admit that was quite the story–and I am positive someone else laughed and cried, too. Here is where I might mention that we have had such good luck with a specific digestive aid–Doc Roy’s® GI SYNBIOTICS. We don’t make a nickel recommending this product, but if it helps you and your Weimaraner, we are happy to pass along the information.