|WELCOME TO OUR HOME
Blue & Silver Weimaraners
|Our family of weims
is a dream come
true. Years of desire
and research has
gone into making our
family what it is
today. We are now
rated the best
Family Breeder in
Kentucky by our
buyers. When you
accept one of our
little ones into your
loving home, you
become part of our
To provide the best possible loving companion, competition and hunting
weimaraners to you as we possibly can.
|Our puppies are born and cared for
in our home environment in their
own nursery. We work with them as
individuals and as a group every
As soon as they open their eyes
and start to walk we start on their
motor skills, puppy pad training
and association with our Shitzu
At six weeks old we start to begin
basic command training and
outside potty. They like to play
with their toys, wrestle each other
and romp the back yard.
Most of all they love the head,
back and belly rubs they get every
day. They are shown Love from the
day they are born.
|MEET THE WEIMARANER BREED
Combining endurance and speed, the Weimaraner is an outstanding hunting dog breed. Alert, graceful,with dignified
features and a kind expression, the Weimaraner dog breed is blessed with an excellent sense of smell and an effortless
smooth gate. Quick-witted and eager to please. Passionate and family-oriented.
Country of Origin:
The Weimaraner originated in Germany
Weimaraners on average range from 25 inches to 27 inches for the males and 23 inches to 25 inches for the females.
Weimaraners average weight will range from 60 to 86 pounds.
Weimaraners typically range from shades of mouse-gray to silver gray.
Weimaraners have short, smooth and dense coats. This breed is an average shedder and requires minimal brushing to
keep its coat neat.
The Weimaraner is an alert and friendly dog breed. Energetic and intelligent. The Weimaraner needs an active and
confident owner to train, socialize and exercise it. Timid with strangers the Weimaraner makes an excellent watch dog.
The Weimaraner is susceptible to hip dysplasia and gastric torsion.
The expected life span of the Weimaraner is 10-13 years.
Weimaraners do best in a house with a fenced yard, since they tend to be inactive indoors. If trained well, Weimaraners
make exceptional human companions. A Weimaraner owner should be an active and energetic person who will take time to
socialize, train and exercise this dog breed.
The Weimaraner is in the Sporting group.
THE MOST COMPLETE
|Our family of weims has multiple
champions dating back to the
once most sought after Wetobe
Our puppies have gone on to
become some of the best agility,
hunting and companions weims
in the United States.
One of our babies is now a
Search & Rescue Trainer for
other dogs in a search and