We will be having an Ash/Cleo litter in about mid June. If you have any questions on the dogs do not hesitate to email or call.
As we are out training and hunting this time of year, we may be fairly slow in our e-mail responses. For a faster response, call direct, (208) 716-3983.
Thank You and Happy Hunting!
Here at Helvete-Hund Kennels our dogs are our passion. The whole family and all the Dogs head out to train and play every free minute in the off season. It's no Man or Dog left behind during hunting season. We are avid hunters, so our dogs spend a good 50 days or more hunting each year.
We strive to raise and train premium field dogs of German Standard. Our dogs are hunt tested through NAVHDA. All of our dogs hunt both upland and water fowl regularly.
A little food for thought!
Our Weim puppies are not the cheapest nor the most expensive. You usually get what you pay for. Our puppies are raised in our home and given great care and attention. They receive affection, close supervision and lots and lots of play time.
We go to great lengths to ensure new puppy owners receive the healthy, well cared for, socialized, hunting partner and companions they desire. We want our puppies to be placed in good homes where they are cared for and can live the good life. We strive to find all of our puppies good families that care for them just as we have cared for them. We want our dogs to have the opportunity to hunt to their little hearts content!
Our adult dogs are from premium sporting dog lines. They go through extensive training and health testing, we test for both hip and eye problems. They eat premium dog feed to stay in top working condition. They must have good temperaments and trainable personalities. (No trouble makers allowed!)
All of this care has a cost. If something costs a little more, usually it has received better care.
The difference between males and female Weims: BOTH sexes mark when they are not spayed or neutered! A bitch that marks will cause more damage to the lawn and your house since a bitch marks directly on the grass or carpet. When a male marks, he will mark upright things and since only a few drops makes it to the grass, less damage is done. When altered at the appropriate age, males do not mark! Males are easier to get along with as they are not the "alpha" dog and they are not as territorial as females. It is easier to have 2 dogs if the first dog is a male. Females are wonderful in their own right, but there is a reason they are called "bitches".
(This is a picture from Abby/Ash's first litter!)