~ Flo and Dazee feel the assault of the broom
I think this is hilarious. I’d been sweeping the kitchen. You’d think I’d been after them.
Sena, they look as if you had chased them with the broom. (OMG) The two coddled senior girls have not idea how privileged they are! I love the look on their faces –make it stop, Mama.
I just wanted to drop a quick note to once again thank for raising such amazing pups. Auggie is just about 4mo old and is incredibly smart and sassy. He has learned to sit, wait, ring the bell to go out and spins insane circles when it’s chow time. He loves cuddles, socks, and hiding under the Christmas tree. He recently sampled his first “puppichino” and as you can see in the pic he loved it!
I’ve included several pics of him. One of the pics has his sister Willow (5mo old, from a different breeder). They are truly two peas in a pod. Wishing you and your family a wonderful and safe holiday season. 🎄⛄️
Beth Martinez and Auggie (Henrietta x Manfred)
Thank you, Beth, for the update along with the adorable photos. We truly appreciate everything.
~All is Well
She loves her stuffed birds
We are all doing great since our little girl came home to us! We are calling her “Gemma”. We just love her; and she and Susse get along great. No accidents in the house at all.
She loves to play inside the house and outside. She is a fast learner – knows her name and the command “Here” already. Oh, and she loves to chew!
Thank you for your concerted effort to get Gemma off to an excellent start. Of course, you are an experienced Weimar family. She is in good hands. We hope to receive news of her and Susse’s antics as they become co-conspirators of the best kind.
~ Kobe arrive November 2nd
Our little guy Kobe came home on 11/2. Certainly, there was some anxiety with Luna as expected. Frankie seemed to be unphased. After all, this wasn’t his first puppy rodeo. We brought Luna home on 1/1 and it rocked his world.
By Tuesday morning, Luna was dropping the ball in front of Kobe trying to engage him. I knew from there things were on the right track.
It’s now Sunday and you’d think Kobe was always part of the family. He’s settled in nicely and Luna has a new playmate.
I managed to get a few pics of him when he’s actually still. Otherwise, he’s on the move! He came equipped with the Weim on/off switch.
It warms my heart Kobe and Luna are getting along so well. They’re really so much alike and seems like a match meant to be.
I’m looking forward to the months to come as he grows. I think he’s gonna be a big boy!! I’m sure they’ll go by fast. In the meantime, we’re anxious to get through the puppy piranha phase. However we have LOTS of toys get through it.
Kobe –he has rocked your world as well as Social Media. It is so cute how he slid into the family and found your place in your hearts in quick order. We love hearing how Luna has adopted him and is grooming this boy to be her co-conspirator. We can only imagine what the two will manage to accomplish. Kris, thank you for making the trip and your continued loyalty. We are blessed to know you–and to share the Weimaraners.
The Boys Who Bring Us Life
They take us on a run every day, or else. They rule the roost. We cannot live without Weimaraners
I cannot thank you enough for making our lives whole. Even though they are pushy, loud and in control of me.
We enjoy reading about their life (and antics with you)–thanks for this lovely update.
~the Dixie Cup Sisters
Waiting For a Treat Here
Both girls love ice cream, peanut butter and laying out in the sun. When we brought Nicki home Annie was not thrilled, she laid on our bed every day and would only come out to potty and eat. Nicki could not jump up there because she was too little. Of course, Annie put on weight and the vet wanted the extra pounds off. Happy to report that Annie got the extra weight off.
Annie was pretty spoiled and her nose was out of joint. It took a long time for Annie to come around, Nicki liked her right from the start. They will lay on the couch or bed together but never touching. I am so jealous of other Weims we see posted on your blog that accept each other right away.
They are so much fun though and they will play together now. Nicki likes to zoom as fast as she can and she knows Annie does not like it. Nicki likes to tease her, Annie will jump up and lay Nicki down. Annie growls and barks, she sounds pretty vicious but her tail is wagging the whole time. Nicki will chew on Annie’s ears when she has her pinned but does not bite hard.
Thank you for this fabulous update. We know everyone will enjoy reading about Annie and Nicki–your two OwyheeStar Weims. We appreciate you remembering us.
~With Freya and Ava
I thought you would like seeing a couple of photos of the girls ( Freya and Ava Blue) on their trip on the pontoon boat at Lake Roosevelt.
We started out with the life jackets and then gave them a reprieve after they settled down.
Actually, they were exhausted from swimming and wanted to sleep all the way back to the house!
Thanks ever so much for this update–it is greatly appreciated.
~ Chilling with Family for the 4th
We are loving these OwyheeStar Weims, that we got from you folks. All the extended family is here. Everyone can’t believe how well behaved and good mannered they are. ~ Dave (Nampa, Idaho)
It makes us super happy to know you are doing so well with the two Blue Boys. Stay well, and please think of us with any story you might have that we can share on the blog.
Here is an update on Clover and Frida and send along some pictures of them. Clover is doing wonderfully in most ways – she LOVES Frida and they are basically inseparable (which is great for us since it gets out lots of their energy. We all know a tired Weimy is a happy Weimy!) She is still adjusting the the noise of our kids and my husband, but she is sweet with all of them. She spends her days either laying next to me as I teach or outside with Frida and then on a long walk in the evening when it’s cooled down enough.
Frida is just over a year old and still very much a puppy in many ways, but she has somehow convinced Clover that she is in charge! Anyways, thank you for both of these amazing dogs. We are so happy to have them in our lives 🙂
In case you didn’t know, Clover recently retired and joined this beautiful household in Southern Oregon. Adding a second Weimaraner is tricky–puppy or otherwise. There are always things to work through, and we are so happy to hear things are going well–especially the fact that both Weims love each other.
Just wanted to check in and see how you all are weathering the COVID-19 pandemic. I hope you are handling it well and keeping your health and sanity. Campbell is just over 8 months old now and really turning into a fantastic pup!
She has incredible energy (which we love) and is very trainable. I was able to take her on her first mountain bike ride this past weekend (slow and only about 30 minutes) and she never broke heal during the entire ride. We love her and just wanted to say thanks for such a wonderful dog. Here are a few pictures of here I wanted to share with you.
All the best,
Chris & Toni
Gracie, our other Weim, is 12 1/2 years old now and still going strong!
We are happy that Campbell has fit so well into your family. Thanks for the great photos and the news of her incorporation into the family.