Hello! I’m Kim; a Southern California Weimaraner breeder. On occasion, I raise and send Weimaraner puppies to loving homes under the Barrett kennel name. Most of my puppies go to families in Southern California (primarily Los Angeles County and Orange County), but I’ve also sent Weimaraner puppies to Northern California (3), Central California (2), Arizona (4), Florida (1), Nevada (1), Wyoming (1) and Texas (1). (If that’s you, please feel free to reach out; I take a lot of road trips and I’m always happy to deliver puppies along the way.)
First and foremost, I am a lover of Weimaraners. At the moment,
two three of them live under my roof, and I couldn’t imagine my life without them. We do things together: hit up hiking trails, play at the beach, run in the desert, drink in bars, chow in restaurants, make cookies, snooze in hotels, lounge around the house… You know, all the normal stuff “crazy dog people” do with their dogs.
Just a few photos of the dogs around the house, around town, and on weekend getaways.
Equally important, my purpose in life (really!!!) is to share my love of Weimaraners with others.
Every now and then, I help local breeders place their puppies. I also dabble with a Southern CA Weimaraner rescue by taking in strays to re-rehabilitate and then re-home them. If you’re looking for an adult Weimaraner in Southern California, please consider adopting one through CalWEAR.
Mac is a young, neutered blue Weimaraner, and up to date on all of his shots. Originally from somewhere in Arizona, Mac’s now in Southern CA and looking for his very own forever home. While we don’t know much about Mac, we DO know that he’s exuberant, sweet, and active. Because he’s got a lot of energy to burn and doesn’t have a lot of social graces, we don’t recommend him being placed in a home with young kids or small dogs. If you’re interested in learning more about Mac, please shoot CalWEAR an email at hello@CalWEAR.org and inquire about him.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PUPPY?!
Unfortunately, I don’t have any puppies available right now. Please also be prepared for the puppy search process to take awhile. Since Weimaraners are not a popular breed, it may be hard to find a breeder with a puppy for you right away. If you’re looking for one to join your family within the next six months, click here for a list of nationwide Weimaraner breeders to inquire of any of them might have anything available/coming up. If you’re looking beyond six months and would like to be considered for a Barrett puppy in early- to- mid 2017, please submit your information below, and I’ll reach out when there are more concrete plans about that particular litter.
Royce x Seren Puppies in April 2016 – ALL PUPPIES HAVE GONE HOME TO THEIR NEW FAMILIES
Rossi x Mika Puppies in July 2016 – ALL PUPPIES ARE SPOKEN FOR AND WILL GO HOME AUGUST 2016
For those of you who are interested in following along with the progress of the 2016 Rossi x Mika puppies, I’m logging a journal about them, here. Photos are also being posted to Facebook, but unlike the last litter, I can’t commit to doing that daily. [See also: I have way too much going on right now.] For those of you who are curious about how Barrett Weimaraners are raised, this journal should give you a pretty idea about that, too. Bottom line: we have lots of heart and lots of fun! I also hope that prospective families (who have waited a very long time for this) are just as excited about these kids as I am. We expect LOTS OF GREAT THINGS to come out of this bunch.
If you’re a lover of Weimaraners, let’s stay connected! Please feel free to follow us on Facebook or read about one of our previous litters to get an idea about how a typical litter is raised, what goes into their care, and what kind of community we have. Also, feel free to shoot me a message with any questions you might have.
– Kim Burnell, Alpha Dog
Apologies… the form below isn’t accepting “Yahoo” addresses. If that’s the only email you’ve got, shoot me an email and I’ll get you on the list. Thanks! – Kim
Get on the interest list for a Barrett puppy in Spring 2017.
Last updated July 2016