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The Puppies Were Born – Bringing Home Our Weimaraner in April

Our future puppy was born this week, along with his 7 littermates.

We decided we’re taking two puppies.

There are only two boys and we can’t decide which one to take so we’ll just take them both.

Just kidding! One puppy is going to be hard enough for us!

We will bring the pup home in mid-April, just in time for my birthday.

My dog Ace turns 10 in two weeks, so our two dogs will be almost exactly a decade apart in age.

This will obviously bring all sorts of challenges but I’m so lucky I get to share my life with these two great dogs. One, brand new to the world. The other, such a good old dog.

Just wanted to share the news!

Our breeder has sent lots of pictures but I’m not sure how I want to go about sharing them on the blog yet. So that’s why you’re getting the cute stock photo. 🙂

Are any of you getting a new dog this year?

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Mary Ann

Saturday 9th of September 2017


Pet Lover

Tuesday 25th of July 2017

Congratulations for the new puppy. I know, I am already late to reach on this page but while looking for some content related to the new puppy I landed on this page. We are expecting new puppy in November and very excited at the moment.


Friday 26th of February 2016

yay on your puppy being born :) we are hoping to get a puppy at the end of 2017 :) can't wait don't know whether to go for a lhasa apso or a tibetan terrier :D


Monday 29th of February 2016

I grew up always having Tibetan Terriers and I can vouch that they are amazing dogs!

Lindsay Stordahl

Friday 26th of February 2016

I'm sure either would be a nice dog!

sam i am

Wednesday 24th of February 2016

Congrats on your new bundle of joy and fur!


Tuesday 23rd of February 2016

aaawww . I'm dead exited for you. There will be a lot of hard work ahead, but I'm sure you and your husband will cope. I know it will be hard for Ace, but you are a good 'mom' and will do the right thing. On the other hand, Ace may well help you teach your new pup right from wrong. Congratulations.

Lindsay Stordahl

Tuesday 23rd of February 2016

I don't think it will be too hard for Ace. He's had lots of other dogs stay with us. As long as he gets plenty of love (which he will), Ace will be just fine.