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Buying & Selling PuppiesLivestock guarding dogs are becoming more and more popular in Namibia as an effective way to minimise conflict with predators on Namibian farmlands, eliminating the need for ranchers to kill cheetah..... Thinking of Getting a Puppy? Please try to avoid the mistake of taken the puppy to early from the breeder (this applies to any kind of breed): Taking the puppies too early can have detrimental results.What is the right age to take a puppy home?8 weeks is the minimum age pups should leave for new homes. Puppies go through five critical periods...and it's very important that they remain with their mother and littermates until 8 weeks of age.Weeks 5 through 7 they begin socialization within the litter and also with humans. At this point they are capable of responding to voices and to recognize people. Training by their mother is in progress and they are becoming aware of the differences between human and canine socialization.Puppies that are removed from the nest too early frequently are nervous, more prone to barking and biting and have a more difficult time with socialization and training.
During the 8th through 12 weeks puppies are removed from littermates and mother. They require human socialization, love and security. Play with children should be well supervised. Puppy Kindergarten classes during this time are very important.For more information you can contact us:Cell: 081 124 1112Border Collie Rescue NamibiaPlease note: All year round business hours for the PUBLIC. Mon - Fri 09h00-13h00 & 15h00-17h30. To Let / Rent | June 26, 2015 | Price: Check with seller Two bedrooms flat in Academia,open plan kitchen, buildin cupboards , parking for two cars, Available from July 1st, 2015 Price N$ 7500 per month, water inclusive. Deposit one month rent. HUE-WALDT BOERBOELS is owned by Hueston Groenewaldt and family. My kennel consist of 60 breeding...Namibia is Iocated in Sub-Saharan Africa and spans across approximateIy 318,000 square miIes. The population of Namibia is about 2 million. Most peopIe in Namibia speak Afrikaans or German. The capital of Namibia is Windhoek.
Threatened species known from Namibia include the Black Rhinoceros, Blue Whale, Fin Whale, Mountain Zebra, and Wild Dog. Please link to Namibia Animal Rescue from your website. The Weimaraner (also known as the ‘Weimaraner Vorstehund’, ‘Weim’, ‘Silver Ghost’, or ‘Gray Ghost’) originated in Germany in the 1800’s. It was bred from Continental pointing breeds, Bloodhounds, and mastiffs in an intentional effort to produce a noble looking, all-purpose gundog which could hunt prey of all sizes. shar pei puppies flowered
The origins of the Weimaraner’s distinctive grey color are unknown, but it has been present for centuries. miniature doberman pinscher for sale kzn
The Weimaraner is named for the Grand Duke of Weimer, whose court sponsored its breeding. chugs for sale exeter
Ownership of the Weimaraner was carefully restricted for decades; only members of the upper class German Weimaraner Club were allowed to own the breed. For this reason, most dogs were kept indoors and pampered, leading to a strong attachment to the family which continues to this day. A pair of Weimaraners was finally released to America in 1929, and the Weimaraner quickly became a popular hunter and show dog, achieving American Kennel Club recognition in 1943. Famous Weimaraners include Dwight D. Eisenhower’s dog Heidi, and Man Ray and Fay Ray, photographer William Wegman’s pets and photography subjects. Size The Weimaraner has a shoulder height of 58-69 cm (23-27 in) and weighs 25-41 kg (55-90 lbs). The Weimaraner has a grey nose, grey or amber eyes, and long, highly-set ears. Weimaraners have a sloped back and webbed feet. Most have a tail docked to a third of its natural length. The Weimaraner has an athletic and regal appearance. Coat The Weimaraner has a short, hard coat which is smooth to the touch.
There is a long, silky haired variety with an undocked tail which is recognized by some standards, but not in North America. The Weimaraner is a distinctive gray color which can range from silver to mouse-colored (beige or tan toned). The skin is flesh-toned rather than white or black. Character The Weimaraner is loyal, playful, friendly, eager to work, intelligent, and energetic. It is sometimes called the ‘dog with a human brain’ because of its high problem solving abilities. Weimaraners are rambunctious and driven, particularly when young, and require a firm and patient owner. They have a very high requirement for socialization and can be fairly described as ‘emotionally needy’. If unexercised or ignored, Weimaraners will attempt to chew everything in sight. Temperament Provided proper socialization has taken place as a puppy, the Weimaraner gets along fine with other dogs and household pets. The Weimaraner is friendly toward children, but due to its high energy level it is generally not recommended for homes with young children.
The Weimaraner is not friendly towards strangers; it is highly territorial and will protect its family in times of danger. Care The short-haired Weimaraner has few grooming needs. Periodically use a rubber brush to remove dead hairs. The long-haired variety needs to be brushed and combed regularly. Its ears must be checked for cleanliness to prevent infection. Training Behavioral training is strongly recommended for the Weimaraner; some suffer from separation anxiety or aggressive behavior (as a natural hunter, all Weimaraners will maintain some degree of aggression). The Weimaraner is eager to please its handler and learns quickly. A confident approach is required as this breed sometimes tries to dominate. Weimaraners excel in a variety of dog sports such as agility competitions. Activity The Weimaraner needs daily strenuous exercise such as a long jog or play in a yard; it has a seemingly endless supply of stamina. This is definitely not a breed for those who are unprepared to exercise it regularly.