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Coop and Levi

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.

Breeder Comment

We enjoy reading about their life (and antics with you)–thanks for this lovely update.

Nicki and Annie–part two

~ Road Trip–when are we leaving?

This last winter we took both girls to Diamond Lake, we were concerned because Nicki gets car sick every time she goes in the car.  Bob and I placed bets of when Nicki would get sick on the way.  She made it a little over an hour before she vomited which is longer than either of us expected.  She did very well the rest of the way and all the way home.  We took them twice and Nicki does not get sick anymore.  She did not get motion sickness it was nerves. 

As soon as she would get in the car she would start shaking.  We are both very happy that she does not get sick anymore so we can take her everywhere with us.

Annie went Antelope and Deer hunting with Bob, she was so happy that she had dad to herself. Nicki is such a cuddle bug; she snuggles with me every night.  She is mom’s girl.  Annie is dad’s girl.  We love the girls so much and enjoy them.  Thank you for the best dogs ever!

Breeder Comment

Well, it is extraordinary that you each have one of your own. Many folks struggle–wanting to each have their own, and the Weims are not cooperating. So, you have that. And two females, each wanting to be in charge, can prove challenging. They have worked out co-existence, and probably each Weimaraner has their realm where they rule.

Nicki and Annie–part one

~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.

Breeder Comment

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.

At Lake Roosevelt

~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!

Breeder Comment

Thanks ever so much for this update–it is greatly appreciated.

Tallyn at Five

~Along with Tobryn who will be Eight this Year

Tallyn beating the heat and humidity,  He just had a birthday (5th) and celebrated with a T-bone along with Tobryn who will turn 8 in October. 

I just turned 70 and wondering if I have the energy to raise another weim.  Somedays yes, somedays no.  I will send a pic of Tobryn.  Hope you and Cliff are staying cool and staying healthy.  This covid virus has changed everyone’s life as we use to know it.  I am doing great.  Ron (Fargo, ND)

Breeder Commentary

Ron–we understand what you are saying, but here we are with my (Shela’s) 70th on the horizon. (Haha) We are happy to hear that you are the boys are going strong and doing well. Thanks for remembering us!

Campbell

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!

Breeder Comment

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.

Titus and Sawyer

~Turn 6 today!

Hello –we just wanted to share you some pics of Titus and Sawyer my boys who turned 6 today that we got from you years ago. Thanks so much I love them! 

Tom & Stephanie

Breeder Comment

We realize how busy you are with your practice and everything–thanks for thinking of us.

Blue Sky

Good morning!  Just a little update on our beautiful Blue Sky!  

Today was her 12 week booster shots and she did great.  She weighed in at 18.3 lbs.  On her 9 week visit she was 12.4.  Shes growing leaps and bounds.

Nutz (Bernie x Boone) is taking a bit longer than we were hoping to adjust to her younger sister, but she is.  But she is coming around.  Our grand-dog took to her pretty quickly. She has the same obsession with “balls” as her big sister, but is easily distracted, as most puppies are.

She loves being outside, no matter what time of day, and follows Nutz around. When she get cold or tired she curls up on my lap for a little snuggle time. She is loved by all and everyone thinks she is beautiful … who can deny that?😁

Hope all is well with your family!  
Mark, Robin, Nutz, Sky and Rhea (grand-pup)

Breeder Comment

Sounds like your Grand-pup was excited about having the new upstart, but as expected Nutz was slower to adjust. (Haha) They will be the best of buds–snuggle time works, too.

Henry

-It Has Been a Year

Henry turned one in December– we got him a year ago in Feb. He’s huge. And loving, very clever and hilarious. He’s such a wonderful pup!

We met some friends who also have one blue and one grey weim! How funny!! Haha And of course, here he is looking beautiful and ready for Christmas. One more fun fact about Henry!! He is SOOOOOO vocal! He sings and talks when he wants things! Is he part husky! Haha

Then there are other laughable as well as adorable moments–we captured some of those here.

Breeder Comment

We cannot thank you enough for this fabulous update on Henry. He looks to be thriving, and what we notice the most is he is integral to all things family. From all appearances, the resident Gray boy accepted the new OwyheeStar Blue Boy. What a cute pair they make.

Sharing Life

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~Sharing a Bed

Are We not Adorable? Bella (Gray) and Daisy the Blue Longhair

We have two Weims from you. Both from Stackhouse. One long hair and one sliver.

They love the snow.! One swims and the other one just likes to Wade in the water. You can see they are both lap dogs.

Breeder Comment

People ask us how we can let these adorable pups go after pouring our heart and soul into raising them–and here is the answer. We do it for others, and to give each pup the best possible life.

People like you make all the work worth doing–thank you for the update. We appreciate you!