Breeder Referral

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

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Questions to ask a Weimaraner breeder

How to choose a breeder – download this file to help you. There are a number of details worth consideration when looking for your puppy. Your prudent research could prevent many problems. 1. Ask for American Kennel Club (and/or United Kennel Club) registrations.These organizations keep track of the number of litters bred every year , require verification of breed records, and set breed standards for type and temperament. 2. Ask to see Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) hip certifications. Do not settle for the breeder merely telling you that the dogs have good hips. Seeing the certificates is the only way you can be certain.

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