Recommended Hunting Weimaraner Breeders
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I was recently contacted by a gentleman named Nick Burton, asking if I ever published guest articles. He went on to explain that his family had a senior dog and that they had compiled a list of suggestions that were very helpful in caring for their beloved senior pet. I told him I would be very interested in posting the article and seeing what suggestions they had. Timberdoodle Weimaraners are known for their longevity, I currently am caring for two senior weimaraners, Timberdoodle Pointing Blue is just shy of his 15th birthday, his sister, Timberdoodle Black Velvet is very close to her 13th birthday, their mother, Grayangel Kodiak II, lived to just one month shy of 14. I read Nicks article with interest and its filled with many helpful tips to help a senior dog be comfortable in their golden years. This is something that no puppy owner thinks of when they carry that brand new little furry bundle home. But senior care is absolutely something that should be considered as your beautiful weimaraner ages. Thanks so much to Nick for reaching out with such helpful information! I know I will be adding some of these suggestions to help my senior pack members!
Associations, Clubs and Groups
The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association is a legally recognized nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to foster, promote and improve the versatile hunting dog breeds in North America; to conserve game by using well trained reliable hunting dogs before and after the shot; and to aid in the prevention of cruelty to animals by discouraging non-selective and uncontrolled breeding, which produces unwanted and uncared for dogs.
North Michigan Weimaraner Club is a performance based breed club formed by a group of Weimaraner owners, breeders and enthusiasts on the foundations of hunting, training, testing and enjoying the great outdoors with our Weimaraners. We hold several events throughout the year including training days, WCA Ratings Tests, and AKC Hunt tests and Field Trials.
This Alliance was created to work in conjunction with the Hunting Weimaraner Alliance of North America. The problem of finding good hunting Weimaraners for hunters bred by hunter’s is not just a problem for hunter’s in North America, it’s a worldwide problem. We are a group of like minded Weimaraner breeders that have come together to form this alliance to assist serious hunters in finding outstanding hunting Weimaraner’s worldwide. The Alliance is comprised of the top breeders of hunting Weimaraner’s in the world.
Hunting Weimaraner Alliance – Our Mission: We are a group of hunters dedicated to maintaining the versatility of the Weimaraner. Our goal is to promote through selective breeding practices, the characteristics necessary for hunting furred and feathered game. We strive for trainable and stable temperaments, effective working confirmation, overall health and sound mind. We formed this alliance because we realized there was a problem for the average “Joe hunter”. To come in contact with breeders that focused on breeding solid hunting dogs. All of the Alliance committee members are hunters but not necessarily breeders. We have chosen a group that completely understands the problems that have plagued the Weimaraner in past years. We are all committed to keeping the “hunt” in the Weimaraner and to recognize like minded breeders.