Breeding Plans on Hold
It is with a sad heart that I have to put future breeding plans on hold indefinitely. I have had some personal issues come up and I am not able to breed as I had planned. I am not sure if or when I will be able to breed in the future. I feel horrible about making this decision as I know there are many of you who have been waiting for this litter for a long time.
For those still searching for a puppy, I recommend looking at one of BWCOA recommended breeders for available puppies. Currently, Rhythm & Blues Weimaraners – Cristi Theriot in Louisiana currently has 3 males available. Cristi has bred Covey, one of Roxie’s puppies (a full sister to Benelli). They will be ready to go home October 8th. If you are interested in one of these boys, please contact her directly.
In addition, Dawna Miller of PM Weimaraners may have blue puppies coming or available from Gus, another Roxie puppy and a full brother of Benelli and Covey.
Again, for those who have been waiting patiently for my next litter, I am so sorry. It’s possible that if circumstances change, I could still breed Benelli but it may not be for another year or two. If you would like to remain on my mailing list to hear about other litters in my line, please stay subscribed.
I hope that you will be in a better condition soon. Chance is MY Hero. Thank you for sharing his brief but glowing heroic life with US.
My name is Zoe Escobar. I am a volunteer for the Western Washington Weimaraner Club, Rescue. I have experience training dogs and horses.
My first Weimy was a rescue from the Humane Society. I saw her photo online, she looked so scared I had to go get her. She was so frightened, she barked at everybody except me. I took her home and we were quite happy, except she was still frightened of crowds who looked at her and short Mexican men. She never let me out of her sight, she liked to jump in my lap when I was sitting on the couch. For a couple of years we were quite happy, then I noticed she seemed to be depressed. I took her to the vet, the vet told me I had to take her to the hospital. She had Leptospirosis. My vet told me they hadn’t had a spirosis case in several year, so she did not vaccinate her for it. To my horror she did not survive. My eyes still well up with tears when I tell her story.
My second Weimy was also a rescue, I drove 200 miles to adopt her from an animal shelter. I don’t know how anybody could give her up, it was my great fortune. I had a roommate who took her hiking on Tiger Mountain. One could tell she emmensily enjoyed her time with him. She went everywhere with us. She was so much a part of the family, she was a mind reader. Unfortunatly, she developed a tumor in her colon. My vet could not fix her. Again, I had to say goodbye to my dear friend and again my tears appear at her loss. My house was empty, my car was empty, my heart was sad.
I can say I was delightfully own by two Weimys and have been looking for another rescue to no avail.
In 2009, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and I am now confined to a wheelchair and in need of a servce dog. Weimaraner is my only breed of choice.
After inquiries to Service dog trainers, I was informed Weimys do not make good service dogs because they are bred for hunting and show. I whole heartedly disagree with that philosophy.
Although I cannot afford to purchase one of your critters, Ronna from the Las Vegas Weimaraner rescue told that sometimes a buyer will return a dog and that dog might be available for rescue adoption, at a lesser price. I would love the chance to turn her/him (my preference is female but…) into a working dog, my service critter.
I hope you will seriously consider my request.