Gracie is one of the nicest looking and best hunting Weimeraners I’ve ever been around. Her owner, Paul Kaczmarek, lives in Middleton, Idaho. He’s going to get her bred this fall, so if you are looking…
He’s delayed her breeding until the next month or so, then he’s breeding her from a sire in North Carolina. I’m not quite sure when they expect the pups but if you are interested, Paul’s e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for the info. I’m very interested in Weimeraners since I have a Weimeraner lab mix that’s been a great hunting dog and companion. I’m interested in your opinion on Gracie’s / Weims hunting capabilities. Do you think Gracie holds her own compared to German Shorthairs you’ve hunted with??
My experience with Weimeraners has been limited, primarily, I believe because in this country so many of them were stricken by the show dog disease, which wreaked havoc on their hunting instincts. There are very good ones, though, and Gracie is one. She works relatively close, is an easy keeper and is a gifted hunter. She’s steady on point and a serious retriever. Well mannered and good with people. Wouldn’t hesitate to take one of her pups.
Not only is Gracie a great looking Weimaraner but she is a great bird dog with a great nose, stylish point (as you can see, the photo was of her on a covey of Chukar in the mountains in the south of Idaho) and a sure retrieve. We bred Gracie to a 3/4 German sire from Virginia and she is due to whelp a litter of approx. 5 pups on January 8. I have a litter announcement with a photo of Gracie and the sire with pedigree information for both dogs and will email it if you contact me at email@example.com.