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Ohren

Growing Like A Weed

 

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Our Two Share a Bed and Blanket Situation

Ohren is beautiful and a little troublemaker.

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Does This Look Like Trouble?

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I do my fair share and even Prewash the Dishes.

 

We love her so much and are so thankful to you for providing us with this little monster.

She’s growing like a weed! I hope others like seeing our new addition. I love seeing everyone’s furbabies!!!!

Breeder Comment

We are delighted to learn how things are going. It means a lot to us to have this update. Thank you! We know our readers will also enjoy it. One can only bring home so many Weimaraner puppies in a lifetime. Living vicariously through other’s experience is fun.

On a Positive Note

Puppy Faces

     ~Happy New Year’s Eve

Whatever you experienced in 2017, puppy faces should be a positive way to end our year. It was hard for us to choose just a few, but here the flavor of the year I guess.

Simian

GREAT new Family Member!

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Our new Weimaraner “Simian” from Owyheestar is a GREAT new Family member! He is doing great on a leash in Idaho for walks in the rural countryside.  He was basically potty trained somehow when we received him at 8 weeks (Thank you!). The only bathroom accidents have been when we weren’t paying enough attention, our fault.

Training Continues

He is learning commands well, and is now a daily office dog at my firm. He has mastered going up and down the stairs at week 11.   Thank you Owyheestar, Simian being an ambassador with the public, i am already recommending your company.

Everyone Adores Him!

One young 5 year old girl while petting him said: “He is so soft, i want to pet him ALL over!”

Breeder’s Comment

Thank you for updating us on Simian. We are beyond thrilled that you love him so much. Keep up the good work.

Maggie Jo and her best friend

Is the Weimaraner Kid Friendly?

Cliff with his first (about 55 years ago)

Cliff Doc (about 55 years ago)

People ask this question all the time. Others, who grew up with the Weimaraner have an answer for you–yes! That doesn’t mean they don’t run over your toddler, snatch their food, or try puppy-bite them. They did the same with their littermates. Those things mean nothing. They may warrant using a crate during meal and snack time. Your children will need to be neat with their toys. That being said, we have heard from countless individuals who grew up with the Weimaraner, and it changed their lives. Cliff would be listed among the crowd of adoring fans raised with a Weim.

This Photo Says it All…..

Napping with my best friend