Excellent health, temperament and hunting ability are the touchstones of my ideal Weimaraner and my primary considerations. I believe that these three essential qualities, bred carefully and with the consideration they truly deserve, also make the Weimaraner an exceptional household pet that excels in any job given to them.
Conformation, intelligence, work ethic and other attributes that complement the primary aims are also important to my breeding program.
My Weimaraners are hunting dogs, but they are also competed in various venues such as field trials, hunt tests and NAVHDA testing to help assess my breeding stock. Exceptional drive, good health, a stable mind, water love, willingness to please and intelligence are all characteristics I value in my dogs. Most of all, I hope to produce dogs that will spend many days afield with you.
I do not breed to the current Weimaraner standard which disqualifies a “distinctly blue or black coat.” I breed both colors and feel that color is a far less important consideration than the maintenance of this breed as a hunting dog.
It is not the purpose of the Weimaraner Club of America to sacrifice the basic hunting instincts of the breed to bench performance. The objective in breeding is the maintenance of those qualities which have made the Weimaraner outstanding as a hunting dog
– 1944 Weimaraner Standard