Introduced to Enzo–what is this?
(Not so long ago in Central Oregon) Yes we did, and spent the rest of the day introducing Enzo our 6 year Weimaraner to his new little brother.We named him Scout.We will keep you posted on his progress
I hope you keep us posted –a lot of folks get wrapped up in the process of raising their new fur family member and soon forget us. Good intentions and even a note saying we can expect an update sometimes get delayed indefinitely. Sadly, some people update us once or possibly twice (in their pet’s lifetime) and then drop a note when their OwyheeStar family member crosses over the Rainbow Bridge.
With so many posting news on social media (which is excellent)–I don’t always get shareable information from the more social media savvy folks –they do their own sharing. It is undoubtedly easier than allowing me to post a cute story–I get it. Most of what I can share is from people who are not on social media and frequent posters. Honestly, that leaves me often begging for a short story and photo. Some of you are ever so gracious to send something along regularly, though. For that–I am ever so glad. Please keep your stories coming–and include at least one photo. Thank you!
Winnie Meets Colt
Here are a couple of pictures of Colt’s first interaction with Winnie.
We are not sure what her first impressions were.
“What is this?” “We drove all this way to meet this little blue upstart?” “I don’t think so.”
Despite what she is feeling at the moment, they will become inseparable.
- Meet up in a neutral location. Don’t just show up home with the new Weimaraner.
- Don’t let your emotions run amuck. If you are concerned, then the Weimaraner will be equally worried.
- Monitor things and give it time. The adjustment is tough.
- Make sure the resident Weimaraner gets as much if not more attention than the new baby. Bringing home the new puppy and displacing the original will not go well. They have been at the center of the universe for a while. Why should it change now?