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My friend got a Weimaraner!


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Well a very close friend of mine got her pup today!
After a lot of searching, several deposits, and some traveling, she found her baby!
She has not yet named her, but she is 8 weeks old and is tan.
She came from a very good breeder, and since she is going to breed her, she cost just alittle more.
She has decided to breed her in 18 to 24 months....... [u]IF[/u] everything goes well and she has a clean bill of health.
But here is the good part................ If she is breed, my friend said that she will give me the runt of the litter! :D
I know it's not a for sure thing yet, and I should not get my hopes up, But I just can't help it. :D
I just had to tell you guys! :D

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[quote name='Angelboddy']She came from a very good breeder, and since she is going to breed her, she cost just alittle more.[/quote]

I hate to be a spoilsport, but most reputable breeders won't give sell a pup with an open registration. Has your friend bred dogs before?

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Thanks you guys! :D
I am so excited!
I know it's a long ways away, but at least I can watch her little one grow to the day that she will breed her.
She is going to bring her pup by saturday, so I can see her and play with her. :D
I had my hopes set on a gray or blue weimaraner, but they are a very hard color (let alone breed) to fine here.
When she told me she was going to give me the runt, I was so excite. That it did not even come across to asking why she was going to give me the runt. :-?
Is there reason why? Are they not wort as much if they are a runt?
I was just curious.
It does not really even matter to me........... Because I will finelly being getting my weimaraner that I have been wanting for years. To bad I have to wait a few more. :(
But it will be way worth it in the end, I just know it! :D

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[quote name='Sanvean'][quote name='Angelboddy']She came from a very good breeder, and since she is going to breed her, she cost just alittle more.[/quote]

I hate to be a spoilsport, but most reputable breeders won't give sell a pup with an open registration. Has your friend bred dogs before?[/quote]

Yes she has breed weimaraners in the past.
She had to give it up when she married her husband. Long story :roll:
But her husband has past away now and after many years of not having her babys, she is able to have them again. :D
I am so happy for her, Because weimaraners have been her life long passion. :D

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Thanks Sanvean.
They are very stunning dogs. :D
But it's not just the stunning part that cought my eye,
I have done a lot of research on them and I feel a weimaraner would make a great addition to our home and familys life style.
Plus it would make a great friend for my baby-dog Nostalgia. :wink:

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Interesting... so it would sound like Veimeraner but spelled with a W.
I ran into a German couple last night at the park and thats how they said it, I wondered how they would pronounce it. It's nice to hear the original name before it got North Americanized like most words.

They said they hardly see the Weims in Germany.

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