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Tate is a very mild mannered, laid back boy that loves to run. He lives at the ranch in Marlow and his favorite spot is looking out the window of the hay loft so he can see who is coming and going.
Rafter V’s Go Big or Go Home
PennHip- Not Done Yet
Loki is out of the Kori/Boone 2019 litter. I love her conformation and personality and can’t wait to see how she matures and grows. Stay tuned for updates on this exciting girl!!
Dottie is our blue girl and my sidekick. Not only does she hunt but she thinks she's a cow dog too. She's gathered wheat pasture cattle and moved lots of cattle through the pens. She can usually be found on her bed under the kitchen table or in the shade around the house. She is a great babysitter and protects us from snakes, porcupines, rats, ground squirrels and jack rabbits.
*** Dottie retired with her last litter in 2018. She is so important to our family and exactly the type of dog I hope to raise for our buyers based on temperament. She is not the flashiest dog or a titled hunter and she doesn't have a famous pedigree but she is everything I love about the breed. I could devote an entire page to her stories and antics and why she is so loved by everyone that meets her. I promise that if I visit with you about our kennel you will hear more than one Dottie story. She's a legend. Indy is a Dottie daughter and she is now in our breeding program.
Neely used Dottie for her Science Fair Project!
Kori lives to HUNT. She is always running with her nose to the ground. If she isn't hunting she's sleeping. Kori is the quietest, most well mannered dog we have. The aristocratic, regal descriptions of a Weimaraner fit her perfectly. Kori is smaller framed with a deep chest and is very well muscled. She belongs to my daughter, Neely and they have the same personality. Perfect for each other, both quiet, independent and "watchers". They both prefer to NOT be the center of attention.
Teddy is our official mascot and puppy teacher. He teaches the new babies how to use a dog door and leads them in and out of their pens. He doesn’t know he is different than the other dogs so he fits in great! He belongs to our youngest daughter, Allie because she wanted a small fluffy dog that she could hold and cuddle with. If you see him, don’t tell him he’s not a Weim!