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Success!!!

~Well, kind of . . .

Freya is slowly getting Ava to warm up to her as long as there isn’t food involved. Freya is completely submissive but big sister still has to let her know her place.  

Freya’s full name is Freya Lady of Love but she certainly does not love bath time – note the frumpy face!

The only perk is that she knows she gets treats after she endures the wet torture her crazy humans inflict on her. 

Breeder Comment

We are happy to see that things are coming together. Sometimes it takes a bit–and more than anything the humans have to breathe deep and try not to be concerned. It works its way out –and crazy humans are essential. It is all good. Thanks for apprising us!

It Was A Long Drive

~But We Made It Home

We slept great! He snuggled me all night lol!! He has been amazing!!

My kids are in love and so are we. We named him Nixon. Our other Dog’s name is Linken. And we call him Linky Lou. So we now have Linken Lou and Nixon Blu.

 I am a photographer so when I get my real camera out the poor guy will be overly photographed lol! You are welcome to use our stories and pics. When we got home we had 3 elk in our yard so had to do a good check of the fencing to be sure they didn’t ruin it lol.

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We appreciate you making the drive–it was fun to meet you. We look forward to hearing about your journey–and all those photos you want us to share. Everyone will wait breath abated, my friend.

Rayne

~ In Time Gunner will love her too!

Gunner says, “Tell me again why we need her.”

Just wanted to send you a little note.  We made safe travels home, way easier than the drive to Pendleton.   We decided to name our little girl Rayne.  She has been an absolute joy since we picked her up. 

Gunner, our 2 year old blue Weimaraner,  isn’t too fond of the little lady yet.  He had temper tantrums all the way home, even refused to sit next to her in the truck.  He’s receiving extra love and attention so he knows he’s still very much loved.  His feelings about her are improving,  but still needs some work.  We absolutely love both of these dogs.  Thank you.
Cindy, Kevin, and family.

Breeder Comment

Poor Gunner, his world is turned upside down. You did right, bringing him along. Can you imagine had you shown up after being gone with her in your arms? It would not have gone well. He will soon come to the realization she is part of the family, and I suspect he will take up with her. They may even conspire together in mischievous deeds–just saying.

Deja

~In Her Golden Year Placement

What about this? Does this work for you Bonnie?

Dear Cliff and Shela

I have some news–I am being a good girl. Bonnie and Elton have rules–I thought you said I was running things. Well, I am staying off the couch –kind of off. I find ways to get by here–did I say they have rules?

It gets worse. They waterboard me in the shower. That aside, it’s a pretty good gig what with the constant love and attention. They train easily and recognize I’m the boss…

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Links that might interest you

Deja with Cliff

At the Farm Store

Introducing Deja

Deja and Boone

Blast From the Past–Ginger is Deja’s Mama

Deja’s Mom and Company

Stone

~ Dog Park Incident

Just a quick update on Stone. Recently, we were engaged in a puppy playdate at the park – which I’m lucky enough to live two blocks away from. It’s at the bottom of my street, surrounded by trees and usually pretty empty.

There are about five or six puppies around the same age as Stone that live close to me – what luck! Stone was playing with three other puppies when a woman came into the park with her older dog and let her off leash. The dog came over to our pack and then attacked Stone. The lady didn’t say anything and didn’t leash her dog or take him away. I only saw later that Stone was actually bleeding. His bite became infected and we were off to the vet a day later. Needless to say, the puppy network has heard and passed along the story. We are all a little bit more wary. I don’t assume an off leash dog is friendly. The irony is that I avoid dog parks because of this and I only let Stone off leash when I know the dogs. This time I trusted too much. 


All is healed and it didn’t slow Stone down one bit. In addition he is recovering from a yeast infection in his ear. None of this has phased my very happy little guy. Here are some pictures of Stone frolicking at the park where we go 2-3 times a day. And of course his next favorite thing, sleeping with Blue. 


All my best, 
Victoria

Breeder Comment

We are always happy to hear from you, Victoria–and to learn about the adventures of Stone and those who accompany him. Nonetheless–we are sorry to hear about the attack at the dog park. It is not the first attack we have posted on our OwyheeStar Weimaraner News Blog. Not every dog or owner is encounter friendly–that is a reality we have to consider. Thanks for bringing this topic to our attention.

Gunner

~Last Day of School

This picture was taken on the last day of school June 10/19. Colten (my son) and Gunner are becoming best pals. Gunner is an awesome dog.

We want to add another Weimaraner to our family (you have our updated application). We got Gunner from you about 2 years ago, but his buddy, Remi, our Labrador recently passed away. We want to give Gunner a friend.

Breeder Comment

Thank you, for loving Gunner–and coming back for a second OwyheeStar. we are dreadfully sorry to hear about your Remi.

Hydrotherapy

~Blue is not an OwyheeStar but–

Thought you might find this interesting. Blue is going to Hydrotherapy for his hind leg stiffness. It’s expensive and I was skeptical but it REALLY works!

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You might remember Stone, who joined Victoria and her resident Weimaraner (Blue). Well, the aging has been tough on him. Being the excellent Weimaraner Mama, Victoria would do anything to prolong their time together–and to improve the quality of life.

Many Weimaraners like other large breed dogs, suffer stiffness and problems with mobility as they age. We have been asked before if there is anything that can be done? We do recommend the supplements as well as Duralactin–it does help, but here is something else that is promising. We wanted to share this so you would know this option exists.

Sunday

~Pillow Anyone?

Big Brother Blue using Stone as a pillow. Love. 

Breeder Comment

Stone is working out for Big Brother Blue–the perfect pillow. If you have a couple of Weims, what more could you hope?

Lyle

~And Mesquite

Well Mesquite has been living in Prosser for two years today. She is celebrating by getting a bath! She doesn’t like it but she lets you do it. She sure likes to prance after she gets out of the tub. She wants you to know how nice she looks.

She is doing well! Can’t wait for her morning walks, especially if she can find a cat or Quail.

I am taking her to Montana hunting in October. I am sure she will go for that. She has become a darn good bird dog. What I like about her she isn’t ramie, she doesn’t chase the birds off before you get there.

She has her annual check up next Wednesday.

~Lyle

Breeder Comment

We are beyond happy to hear that Mesquite is doing well. You did great to teach he to hunt–she comes from a good hunting lineage, but we could not guarantee anything. And, thank you for giving her an excellent Golden Year Placement.

Ashe

~ Bernie X Boone 2019

~Just wanted to update you on our not so little anymore Ashe!


We just back from the vet earlier this week and weigh in was just at 30lbs!


She is certainly growing into her own and has no lack of personality. 
She’s not the most graceful pup, she tends to barrel through just about anything and falls down constantly but she has no fear and we love that about her!


She loves her brother Chase (Australian Sheppard) so much, and he is finally warming up to her and playing with her. 
Hope all is well over at OwyheeStar!


We are loving Ashe more and more every day, even when she won’t leave one of us alone ☺️. 


Much Love,Jett and Chauntel

Breeder Comment

People like you make what we do a joy! We truly appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to share these photos and some insight into your life with Ashe.