Valkyrie Weimaraners LLC
"We're Breeding Our Reputation"
9051 county Rd C30A
Port St Joe FL 32456
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Scott & Cathy Pulling
9051 County Road C-30 A
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
About Our Kennel
Since 1969 we have selectively bred over 20 generations of calm, intelligent, good looking family companions. Only dogs with a history of excellent health and even temperament are used in our breeding program. We keep the pick puppy from each litter and continuously evaluate it during it's growth - for it must meet or surpass stringent requirements in health, temperament, body type and movement to finally enter our breeding program. Our puppies adapt to the lifestyle of their chosen family, happy to lay at your feet, play ball in the yard, walk in the park or participate in strenuous sports. We invite you to visit our kennel, meet our dogs and learn more about the Weimaraner. Please call for an appointment.
Our puppies are $700 and guaranteed to be in good health, free from genetic defects that affect the dog's quality of life until 7 years of age - including hip dysplasia. A $50 non-refundable deposit will reserve your puppy. Puppies are tattooed and micro chipped for identification. All receive a 6-way combination shot at 7 weeks of age.
Pups are sold with non-breeding papers. If you want to breed your pup, have the pups hips x-rayed after one year of age, submit the x-rays to OFA and send us the results along with $100. The hips must not show signs of dysplasia. We will then have AKC change your pup's registration to "Breeding".
Shipping costs are approximately $350(Continental U.S) which includes health certificate, airfare and shipping crate.
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About the Weimaraner
Originally bred as an eager, protective hunting companion to the German aristocracy, the modern Weimaraner was introduced to the United States in 1929. In recent years, this versatile dog has gained national respect as a companion to young and old, active and sedentary. The Weimaraner can be an avid hunter, family companion, children's' playmate and protector, support dog for the physically disabled, obedience dog, tracking dog, police dog or agility dog.
Males - 25" to 27" - 70# to 85#
Females - 23" to 25" - 55# to 65#
Genetics rather than sex influence the Weims temperament; therefore, males and females are similar. Choose your puppy from a kennel that consistently breeds for the qualities you desire. If you are an extremely passive or permissive person, one who cannot tell your dog "NO", we suggest that you consider a female or a neutered male for they are less likely to challenge your authority. A family that understands and practices pack leadership will enjoy their Weim throughout his entire life. Seperation anxiety can be reduced in pups if they are crate trained. We suggest you purchase a plastic or fiberglass crate. It is enclosed and more den like. Your pup will feel safer in this type of crate. The #400 crate, 36x25x27, will house your female and the #500 crate, 40x27x30, will house your male comfortably.
Standard Plastic Crate Sizes given in length, width and height:
#100 - 21x16x15
#200 - 28x20x21
#300 - 32x22x24
#400 - 36x25x27
#500 - 40x27x30
#700 - 48x32x35
Average life expectancy is 12 years.
AKC registered Weims can be long or short haired, gray or blue.
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This page updated on 01/2014