In collaboration with BaseCamp Weimaraners, Barrett Weimaraners is pleased to announce an upcoming litter with King and Gracie.
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.
At home, Gracie is mellow, easy-going, and a snuggler extraordinaire. (She’s also a watch dog so there’s zero fear that you will ever be burgled while you’re home.) She’s great around kids and other dogs, but do NOT give her access to barn cats, free range chickens, or a koi pond. Those critters will disappear faster than you can say STOP. King is the same way [see also: these are serious hunting dogs].
Puppies not selected for hunting homes will be placed in active companion/family homes.
More details about both King and Gracie will be posted here soon.
Puppies are due in late July and will be placed with their new families in late September.
– Kim, Barrett Weimaraners
– Erin, BaseCamp Weimaraners
6/24 Update: The interest list for the King x Gracie litter is now closed.
Please review this page for more information about other upcoming litters.
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.