Breeding Plans
We have some exciting plans for litters in the next 18 months. We’ll be posting news about them as decisions are made. If you’re interested in a puppy, please read “ten things you need to know…” . We do sell puppies to pet homes but competition homes have list priority.

Rowdy + Frankie

2x W.C.A .National Specialty Award of Merit Winner
4x Best In Specialty Show Winner
Silver Grand Champion
Ch. Jewel’s One Wild Night, NSD,NRD, JH,V,BROM | OFA Excellent | Elbows Normal
Not only is Rowdy a winner in the show and field, he is a top producing sire. We used Rowdy to produce several of our champions and titled dogs including Bones, Sabine, China, Samantha, Brock, Eliza, Hannah and JeanBean. We choose Rowdy again because Rowdy and Frankie together represent ¾ of an already successful combination of dogs.  He’s produced winning offspring with different breeders throughout the U.S., and continues to produce quality get and grand-get of type and distinction. Rowdy’s breeders and owners are Jewel Weimaraners, Chris and Steph Meyer of Fountain, Minnesota.

Ch. Foxfire’s Frankly My Dear | OFA Good | Elbows Normal | PennHip 90th Percentile
Frankie’s claim to fame is her personality and her wonderful temperament. At 10 months old she won Best in Sweepstakes in conjunction with the 2014 W.C.A. National Specialty, and easily went on to finish her championship title. She has two legs of her JH title, but her “thing” is hunting for gophers and rabbits.  Frankie had her first litter in February, 2018. Her puppies have the same characteristics we appreciate about her. Several of them will be competing in various disciplines, and are enjoying life as beloved pets. Frankie’s breeders and owners are Foxfire Weimaraners, Amy Fast, LaRita Fast, and George Hamamoto of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The litter will whelp with us here at Foxfire, in the Black Forest of Colorado.

Rowdy x Frankie Pedigree
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Puppies are available for competition and pet homes. Frankie will have a TCI the first week of November, with puppies expected to whelp in January, 2019. If for some reason she doesn’t conceive, we will be driving to Minnesota in March, 2019 to get the dogs bred the old-fashioned way.


Adult Dogs
We do not have any adult dogs available, and probably will not have any available in the foreseeable future. If you are looking for an adult Weimaraner, please consider one of the many Weimaraner or all-breed rescue organizations in your area.

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Breeder bio tidbits

Previous litters