As a policy, the Mile High Weimaraner Club does not endorse specific breeders or breeding programs. However, our membership includes breeders as well as individuals who are knowledgeable about the breed, and would be happy to answer questions you might have about Weimaraners. We recommend you elect to obtain your puppy from a responsible breeder who meets the ethical breeding guidelines as established by the American Kennel Club and the Weimaraner Club of America. Our recommendation is to interview as many breeders as you can to determine the best fit for you. Above all, please do not buy your puppy from a puppy mill or a pet store. Please take the time to find a responsible breeder and review the links below to breeding guidelines established by these organizations.
Read more about the WCA’s Code of Ethics.
MHWC Member Breeders
Cheyenne Weimaraners (Longmont, CO)
Foxfire Weimaraners (Black Forest, CO)
Pikes Peak Weimaraners (Colorado Springs, CO)
A not-for-profit community service project to help potential owners find reputable Weimaraner breeders.
Weimaraner Club of America
The WCA has a breeder referral contact. Write or call:
WCA members will often contact Billie Thompson if they have a litter coming up so that when people contact her about puppies/dogs in a particular area of the country, she can share that information with them. Only WCA members who contact Billie will have their information on file with her. The MHWC advises puppy buyers to check all breeder information and ensure they are current WCA members.
To find breeders, the MHWC recommends that you go to AKC dog shows and hunt tests to meet fanciers, meet their dogs, and understand more about what the breeders are doing to improve the breed. Attending a MHWC event or club meeting is another good way to learn more about the breed and the breeders in the area.
The MHWC follows the Weimaraner Club of America Code of Ethics (which are as follows). Download them here.