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Originating in Germany, the Weimaraner, also referred to as the "grey ghost", is known for its unique and striking appearance. Their devotion to their owners along with their hunting ability sets them apart from other breeds. They are a high energy dog and in need of constant exercise and stimulation to keep them happy. Human interaction is of the utmost importance. Their ability and desire to learn new things is uncanny. It is the responsibility of the dog owner to make sure he/she has enough time and energy to devote to this breed.

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About Us


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We are located just south of Erie,Pa. Centrally located in between Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Cleveland. All of our weims are home raised with access to large outdoor exercise areas. Many of our dogs have been trained on bird hunting and have shown good ability in doing so. Weimaraners are full of energy and tenacity in the field. however if given the proper amount of exercise and stimulation they make very docile and loving pets in the home. Our breeding dogs have been checked by the OFA for hip dysplasia and have proper certifications. All of our weims are registered with the AKC.

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Proper nutrition, exercise and socialization is the focus of our breeding program. Our dogs are fed a top grade premium brand dog food. Expectant and nursing mothers are supplemented with different natural products. We are located near a large state gamelands which is utilized often for hunting, training and exercise.

We have litters of weim puppies throughout the year. Our heated 2000 sq. ft.+ building offers ample space%resource for selecting a puppy in cold weather months. All of our indoor and outdoor dog areas are remotely monitored by a camera surveillance system to ensure security and safety for our dogs.

Puppies are kept in the home with their mother until around the age of four weeks. They are then transferred to a heated outbuilding with a large outdoor play area. The puppies receive ample human interaction with adults as well as children. At three to five days of age, the puppies dewclaws are removed and their tails are docked. At six weeks of age, the puppies are checked by a veterinarian, weighed and given their initial shots. At eight weeks of age, the puppies are ready to go to their new families. Our main goal is to raise healthy puppies with good temperaments and to assure they all find good homes.

Rescue Dogs


Unfortunately, many Weimaraners end up in rescue organizations. Usually the case being the new owner did not have the time or did not know what he/she was getting into. If you feel maybe an older dog would fit into your needs, there are many rescued Weimaraners available for adoption that would make great pets.

Meet our Weims 2014