Toby - A Beautiful Weimaraner Who
May be Blue Color-wise But Not Personality-wise
Susan Daffron talks to Liz Krupinski from the Mile High Weimaraner Rescue in Colorado about a dog named Toby who is in foster care and available for adoption. MHWR places Weimaraners in homes that are within a four-hour drive of Denver. Toby is a beautiful 5-year old male Wiemaraner who came into rescue from a local area shelter. He is an extremely striking "blue" color, which is like a dark gray slate blue. MHWR didn't get much information about Toby from the shelter, but he was adopted and returned because he wasn't "playful." However, when he came into rescue he had a case of kennel cough, so he undoubtedly wasn't feeling well. (Sick dogs aren't playful.)
Toby has recovered completely from his cough and his personality is starting to bloom. His foster family is still learning about his personality because he's only been in their care for a month, but so far he's turning out to be a total "love bug" who gets along with people and dogs. In fact, he seems to be a completely well-adjusted normal dog without any bad habits. Like all Weimaraners, he will need a family that is willing to take the time to give him both the mental and physical exercise he needs. Weims are very smart, high-energy dogs, so keeping them active is important. Toby is a great example of a wonderful dog who has run into some bad luck and he'd really appreciate getting a home soon.
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