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Weim Privilege Denied

`Maizie Gets her Chair

Maizie, age 8, has lived her life without being allowed full access on human furniture and beds.  (She has no idea other Weims get full privilege).  (She has numerous comfy beds and fleeces of her own in every room of the house). About two months ago, she weighed the situation and took a gigantic risk.  She stepped right up on the comfy recliner chair in our bedroom and curled up into a ball!  We were so stunned we were speechless!  She didn’t get yelled at!  We didn’t have the heart to scold her.  We relaxed our expectations justifying, “Well, she’s 8.5 years old….she’s getting older etc etc etc)”.  It’s Maizie’s chair now for certain times of day—at her choosing.  We ask her when we want to sit in it.  The power of the Weim!

Breeder Comment

The Weimaraner doesn’t see herself as a dog–and her humans use furniture. Having a fancy dog bed isn’t the same–look this chair just fits. What more should I say? Well, nothing more to say other than we do so appreciate this photo and your little story that we could use for the blog.

Lucy’s Perfect Perch

I think that all Weims must love looking out the window!!

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Repurposing the Kennel

Lucy has the perfect perch with her feet on top of her house in our bedroom. She loves looking out that window that faces the front yard. I tell her that she is nosey just like grandma!! LOL!

Lucy on the Blog

IMG_3590We loved seeing Lucy in your blog last week. I sent that out to my friends. It’s funny how it seems like everyone’s Weims just love looking out windows huh?
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Breeder’s Comment
Thank you, Idelle, for the lovely addition to the theme. Weims take over our lives–this includes our household. The sofa, our favorite chair, the bed, an air vent, in front the fireplace, and anywhere else you enjoy. 
Would you have it any other way? No! Most certainly not. People are shocked at these clingy interactive critters. They are cagey, shrewd, and manipulative. Outsiders do not see the genius; however, we Weim folks know first hand what they are about–the relationship.