All Adult Dogs Have Been X-Rayed to Clear Them of Any Degenerative Hip Dysplasia

Wiemaraners

Weimaraners are very intelligent dogs... They learn very quickly when it comes to hunting, potty training or anything else you have in mind. The weimaraner is bred out of Germany. It is a cross between Vizsla, hound and Greek mastiff. It was brought to the States in the early forties. It is a Great upland bird dog. We like to use them for duck and goose hunting. They have webbed feet just like the Labrador retrieves, so they are very good swimmers. They do have anxiety issue's. This is a good thing. The weimaraner gets very attached to there owners... The simples way to say would be, they really think that they are one of yours... We love them! The males generally get about 80-85 lbs and the females are around 60 -65 lbs. Like all things, males are generally a little more head strong and females generally like to roam.. But this is really a personal preference. The weimaraner is a pointer not a flusher.. This was something we personally like. They only go out twenty to thirty yards in front of you and are constantly watching you for commands or which way you are going. You can turn in any direction and the weimaraner will be right in front of you. There is no calling out for your dog, everything comes naturally when it comes to the field. We have the option of tails or not because there are some people who like the long whipped tail. The true weimaraner has a docked tail. Our weimaraners all have there tails docked and dewclaws removed at the age of 3 -5 days old. For more information we suggest the American Kennel Club is a great way to find out anything about weimaraners... 

Our Weims...

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BC - Blue Male

78 lbs.






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Crystal - Silver Female

55 lbs.

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Ellie - Silver Female

55 lbs.

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Huntz - Silver Male

75 lbs.

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Blue - Blue Female

50 lbs.

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Ginger - Silver Female

58 lbs.

Labrador Retrievers

 The modern Labrador Retriever is the ancestral result of a popular fishing and retrieving dog from Newfoundland and Labrador, an Atlantic coastal province in Canada; as such, the Labrador carries with it some relationship to the modernNewfoundland water dog.After being crossed with Setters, Spaniels and other Retrievers, the Labrador Retriever honed its skills as a true retriever.
     There are two types of Labradors, the English Labrador and the American Labrador. The English bred Lab comes from English bred stock. Its general appearance is different than the American bred Lab. The English bred Labs are heavier, thicker and blockier. The American bred Lab comes from American bred stock and is tall and lanky. The double coat is smooth and does not have any waves. Coat colors come in solid black, yellow or chocolate. These are the true colors. There are many other colors such as silver which is a recessive gene out of the chocolate line. Charcoal is a recessive gene out of the black line.. Fox reds, yellow and whites are out of the yellow line. In some cases if the genes line up right you can produce brindles and tan point retrievers.
      Most of our Labradors are a cross between English and American. Our Labradors weigh any were between 48 - 100lbs. A lot of our Fox reds and blacks are smaller.  

Our Labs...

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Beach - Yellow Female

48 lbs.

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Godwin - Silver Male

74 lbs.

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Truffles - Brown Female

55 lbs.

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Red - Fox Red Male

62 lbs.

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 Bear, charcoal female, 55lbs.

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Peechs, yellow female, 60lbs.

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Blacky - Black Female

50 lbs.

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Wooly - Charcoal Female

50 lbs.

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Foxy - Fox Red Female

48 lbs.

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Sparkle - Tan Point Female

45 lbs.