Thank you for your interest in our dogs. We do not know when our next litter will be at this time.
Please note, we DO NOT breed blue Weimaraners. We do not breed long haired Weimaraners. If you are interested in these, please do your due diligence when searching for a breeder, one that health tests, and stands behind the dogs they create. There is zero excuse to not do health testing on breeding stock. In our opinion, breeding stock should also be titled in at least one, if not more venues, to prove they are of sound mind and body.
If you are interested in finding out some things you should be asking a potential breeder, feel free to contact me, or you can check the Weimaraner Association of Canada website, or JustWeimaraners "How to find a Reputable Breeder." Keep in mind the last source is American, so Canadian Kennel Club and Weimaraner Association of Canada are the counterparts in Canada. Some "breeders" will use the acronym CKC to falsely represent their dogs as being registered with the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC), but they are actually Continental Kennel Club (ConKC) which is not a reputable registry.
Note: Blue Weimaraners are NOT rare. They are not an acceptable colour by any reputable kennel club as breeding stock, as they do not conform to the standard that was designed by country of origin (Germany). Anyone trying to market their blue puppies as rare has no understanding of genetics, or the breed, and should not be breeding.
We will do our best to respond to all inquiries, however it may not happen immediately. We are busy working full time, and meeting the needs of the dogs when not working. Weekends and evenings are often spent playing dog sports, or training for dog sports.