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WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU BUY ONE OF MY WEIMARANER PUPPIES OTHER THEN JUST A BEAUTIFUL WELL SOCIALIZED PUPPY THAT LOVES CHILDREN?
1. Two year written guarantee against genetic defects and ten days against illness.
2. Puppy paper to register the puppy through AKC.
3. A puppy that is microchipped for permanent identification of your puppy.
4. A copy of parents 5 generation pedigree.
5. Champion bloodlines in almost all of my pups.
6. Almost all of my males are OFA certified.
7. A professional dog breeder that raises ONLY Weimaraner puppies with 20 years experience that will stand behind her Weimaraner pups and welcome calls to answer questions for the life of your puppy.
SO WHY BUY FROM A PET STORE OR BACKYARD BREEDER WHEN YOU CAN GET A PROFESSIONAL?
8. Puppy shots and worming's are up to date including the 8 weeks shot with the next set of shots not due until 12 weeks of age.
9. FREE GIFT PACK as a thank you gift from Blue Ridge Weimaraners. It includes several goodies, including a Weimaraner training book. See my puppy store page for all of the goodies that are included.
We are a family owned and operated kennel. We have 20+ years of experience raising and loving puppies. We have raised ONLY Weimaraner puppies for over the past 15 years.
Proper training is considered mandatory by trainers for the Weimaraner puppy, due to its high energy and "take charge" attitude. Lots of exercise is part of the Weimaraner training, which should begin at a very young age. The training of the Weimaraner puppy begins with the mother Weimaraner. The general health, which refers to a good clean coat and clean kennel, has a lot to do with the trainability of the Weimaraner puppy itself.
Most Weimaraner puppies are strong and powerful, having a "slightly" stubborn streak, so becoming the alpha or top dog over the breed is essential. Early training is necessary, with Puppy Kindergarten the top of the list. When this little Weimaraner pup leaves home, its mom and siblings were its teachers about life. From a canine point of view, those same lessons need to be taught in a similar manner, communicating appropriate dog behavior so his puppy mind will understand.
The first four to five months are the most important times in a puppy's life, and when everything will be digested fully for future lessons. Positive and negative experiences, proper socialization, and valuable reinforcement all make the Weimaraner puppy into a true companion of value or a negative dog who will make everything around it miserable until the dog is removed from your home to either be put down in a shelter, placed in a rescue home, or go from foster home to foster home--until someone actually takes the time to train the Weimaraner puppy correctly.
Any positive behavior should be rewarded, and then that same behavior will repeat itself by the dog. Negative behavior has the same attributes--digging in trash cans, barking, digging, chewing Sunday's best shoes up, etc. Rule number one is let the dog or puppy know who is boss. Rule number two is teach the dog or puppy in a way that can be best understand--not by the trainer but by the puppy itself.