Stud Services - Puppies For Sale- Imported Genetics
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Parker is our imported stud. He has a natural tail because he was born in Australia and he has a lot of good traits that make him a nice sire. He weighs 95 pounds and is a comical, friendly boy. He has IABCA National and International titles in confirmation and his rear leg structure is what sets him apart. Well-bent stifles normally result in longer rear reach, and also provide flexibility associated with speed. The rear angulation should balance with the correctly angled front assembly, balance being the key. A well-angulated rear provides the long, ground covering stride desired in the hunting dog. - The Weimaraner Standard from the Weimaraner Club of America.
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!
Patsy has a very good disposition and natural hunting desire. She has a very expressive look to her face and a blocky head. Patsy is a great all around dog, she is a good mama, easy to train and eager to please. Her first show yielded two Best of Breeds, two class wins and a National title. She will be retired after her August 2017 litter and available for a pet home. She would make a great running partner and needs a home with lots of outdoor adventure and a chance to relax indoors with her family.
Patsy and Sophie
Best of Breed Winner
2015 Texas Prairie Sieger
** We lost Bailey in May of 2018. She was hit by a car. Bailey was a great addition to our breeding program and we are very sorry to lose her.
Bailey reminds me a lot of Dottie when she was younger. She has great prey drive but is also calm and gentle. She is easy going and laid back around the house but knows when we go out in the field that it is time to play. Bailey has conformation titles from IABCA and has been hip tested.
Bailey was shown by our friend, Aubree, and lives with her. She is still a part of the Rafter V breeding program but now she gets to sleep in her humans bed! She is just a few miles down the road so we see her often.
Jackson is our blue male. He is very mild mannered, eager to please and has a laid back personality. He has a very soft mouth and loves to retrieve. His PennHip score is in the top 90th percentile for the breed and we are very excited to see how he crosses back on our Parker daughters. I love all of my weims but Jackson has a very special place in my heart. He is my male version of Dottie Dog.
Sue has an OFA Fair rating. Sue is a high energy, full throttle kind of dog that can run all day and never wear down. She is more of a number one personality and not the lay on the couch dog like our other girls. She is full speed all the time but still has good manners and a good mind. Sue is tough as nails and full of grit and I am eager to see how her puppies work.
* Sue is now with our good friend and fellow breeder, Diane. We will continue to work with Diane on future breedings and hope to bring back a daughter to Rafter V.