In collaboration with BaseCamp Weimaraners and Rugerheim Kennels, Barrett Weimaraners is pleased to announce that King and Gracie produced a litter of two boys and two girls on the afternoon of July 30th.
The purpose of this breeding is to preserve a moderately-sized Weimaraner with exceptional hunting ability and beautiful style. Both King and Gracie come from a background with dogs who hunt with great noses, exceptional style, and good stamina. We hope that puppies out of this litter will be tough, athletic, and tenacious.
Puppies not selected for hunting homes will be placed in active companion/family homes that are able to make a firm commit to crate training.
For those interested in seeing the puppies grow up, we’re logging a micro-journal about raising them, here.
– Erin, BaseCamp Weimaraners and Kim, Barrett Weimaraners
These are two of Gracie’s puppies out of her previous litter.
These are two more of Gracie’s puppies out of her previous litter.
Gracie as a mom.
Gracie winning the Open Derby stake at the 2016 WCA Western Classic in Kingman, Arizona.
This is Gracie when she herself was a puppy.
This is King on point (wild pheasant) in eastern Colorado in June 2020.
King – Second Place in Open Puppy (handled by Terry Chandler and scouted by Curt Cress) at the Desert GSPC Field Trial in Parks Arizona – May 2019.