Lexi is doing well and able to go out now for little strolls around our street.
Everyone adores her. As you can see she is growing very quickly.
Will send you some more.......if she will stay still long enough.
Hi Patsy and Stephen
Just a quick update on Casper. He was shown at the weekend handled by John (Biddy's dog handler) and he moved and behaved impeccably on the Saturday.
Unfortunately at the last minute John couldn't handle Casper and Mick stepped in! Casper changed and behaved like a naughty child jumping all over him, he really struggles with him!
He see's Mick as his running partner and thought that's what he was going to do. I've just had a meniculus repair on my knee so I wasn't able to run him.
He took reserve Gundog and he jumped on that podium like he belonged on it! He Really is coming on well and has a very nice way about him. Mick now swears he is going to also start working with him as a dog with all fours off the ground in the ring isn't the best look! Just goes to show what a difference a handler can make!
Casper and Safi were both awarded c.c's.
By the way just bought your book on Weimaraners off Amazon a great read!
Hi I hope you aren't missing the most perfect puppy in the world. He has charmed so many people. I am so proud of him and boy is he intelligent.
I will send you a series of photos my friend took on Saturday and I will post on some more as and when I have been able to download them.
It is such a wonderful setup you have and you should be so proud of it. You were so welcoming we came away feeling as though we had known you for ever! Do you show and judge anywhere in the South of England? If so where? I would love to show Hamish but don't think it will be immediately, I need to be groomed first!! He could show me as he seems to know more thank I do!!!
He is great fun and VERY mischievous! Thank you for allowing me to adopt him and I will keep you posted.
Tam and Hamish X
Hi Stephen and Patsy.
I hope you are both well.
We purchased Axel (Gunalt Not A Word) of you last year and I thought I would just write you a few short words to let you know how we are doing.
Axel has just had his first birthday this week wow time has flown. He is such a pleasant dog and has settled in nicely too nicely in fact and we now have to race to see who gets on the settee first lol. In fact if I do manage to get there first he has a habit of cuddling behind me and eventually stretches out and pushes me off but in such a nice way.
The Kids love him to bits and regularly play with him in the garden. Abi has took on the role of official trainer and instructs me in what to do on a daily basis. Heather the eldest just enjoys the play and Mathew the youngest enjoys the cuddle time.
We have a veg plot in the garden and he has developed a love for what we grow. He has a great fondness for strawberries and although he is good and does not pick his own he will show his disappointment if we don't share. Just lately it has been peas but he does prefer them shelled first. Strange dog. LOL
Abi and myself have been taking him to obedience training and he has sailed through the classes with ease and is now in the advanced class. But since moving up to advanced he has decided its not for him and much prefers to do his own thing also he has developed a keen eye for the ladies so is keen to develop his cool little strut (head held high a little bounce in his front legs and that cocky little walk that says "I'm in the room girls check me out. We wont discuss what he gets up to with his god bed but lets just say his stamina is improving.
He is a great pleasure and being our third Weimy I have to say the best which can only be credited to you both.
Thanks for bringing great pleasure to our lives.
Mark & Family
PS great job with the new website.
Suzanne Davison & Family
Norma - "Blue"
Mark,Dawn,Kara,Paige & Billy
Jane & Paul - "Casper"
Les Corney - "Shay"
Jan Bill - "Barty"
Helen - "Casper"
Sue Hilsdon - "Lexi"
"Cha Cha" Pictures
Helen - "Casper" update
Tam - "Hamish"
Mark & Family - "Axel"
Liz & Tom Cox - "Georgie"