We are not overbreeding due to COVID . We have one litter planned for Fall of 2021 .
It is so rewarding to see when they leave home that they are fearless, sociable, outgoing. We have different areas where they play and have fun while we closely supervise them. Because they are puppies and by nature, troublemakers!!!! You can't leave them alone for one minute in these areas!!!
So if their owners decide to do some agility they are ready for it!!!!!
We love those "who are you?" barking.
With supervision they can share their beds and snuggle together. This is our mining Rosita who is like another dog in the family
Our dogs know who is family and who is not. They hunt bunnies in the wild but not our bunnies.
My daughter co owns Westies with another breeder and shows them. They are a great addition to our family and all the pups benefit to be exposed since early days to Terriers. They all get along very well!!!
One of our Weims with Avi, the cat, and Rosita, our minipig
Some people say Weims can't live with a cat. It is not true! If they are introduced early there is no problem at all. We have lots of families that have cats.
Pups with Auntie Rosita