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PM Weimaraners - Montana Weimaraner Breeders
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About PM Weimaraners
We have owned/trained and raised Weimaraners for approx. 20 plus years. We only raise one breed; the wonderful Weimaraner. Our family is very involved in hunting and competing our fur kids. This is a family affair for us and our dogs are involved with everything we do. Our puppies are socialized from the moment of conception. The mothers are in the house and around the family at all times. We believe socialization starts before birth and one of the main points of raising a well rounded hunting partner/family member. Health is also very important to us and our puppies come with a full health guarantee against genetic disorders. All parents are screened before breeding and females are bred only once per year or once every two years. Health Certifications are displayed on our website for each of our dogs. All puppies are started on the hunting process by 5-6 weeks of age. We are members and participants of the WCA (Weim Club of America), NAVHDA (North American Hunting Dog Association),The IABCA(International All Breed Canine Association) and the VHDF (Versatile Hunting Dog Federation). We are also involved in the local rescue and placing needed homes for rescue Weimaraners. We have some of the top hunting bloodlines from around the world, including Germany, Australia, Argentina, Sweeden and the USA. Our puppies are raised for family companions, hunting partners, agility, show, tracking, therapy...they truly are the versatile dog. Please contact us with any questions or information. We also have NAVHDA puppy packets for anyone seriously interested in becoming a member. We look forward to visiting with you about our dogs and family. Please view our website for health certifications such as OFA, PennHip, CERF, General Wellness and pictures galore!
Dawna and the gang!
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
Breeder Contact Info
246 4th St W
Carter, Montana 59420
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 20 years.
406-734-5366Send Email to PM WeimaranersClick here to visit PM Weimaraners website
Puppies for sale
Arrowrock & PM's Zigonovich
Camelot's Nimiq PM Firecracker
CAN CH Stealyka N PM's Blizzard of Ozz VHDF HAE
Cayenne vom Hendenhain (Germany)
CH Midwest Dream N PM's Tru-Beauty
CH PM Lazy Heart's Gold Rush Boss JH
Cuddel vom Oberdeich JH, UT P2, VHDF AHAE (German Import)
Dago vom Heldenhain JH, VHDF AHAE (Germany)
Kiara z Korunova dola (Czech Republic)
PM Lazy Heart's Bugatti Super Sport
PM's Crimson and Clover JH, NAVHDA NA (100 pts)
PM's Huston Colt .45 UT Prize II, VHDF AHAE
PM's Indigo Charm
PM's Kick Em Up Montana Skye JH
PM's Rikka von der Panu VHDF HAE (64/70)
PM's Schone Gabriella Burgeist LH
PM's Smokin Prairie Fire (Oakley)
PM's Southern Bernadette Lace zum Ziel JH, NAVHDA (NA)Prize I (112 pts)
PM's Sweet Shot Lilly JH, NAVHDA NA PI (perfect score)
PM\'s Cool Your Jets
PM\'s Lazy Hearts Fancy That
PM\'s Ridin\' Dirty
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Submitted by: Duane on Mar 29, 2013I am the proud owner of 2 of Dawna's awesome weim's. My oldest, Cash, is 6 and I have had him for 5 years. He is a very easy going and sweet boy. I have never had a good grouse dog until Cash. He has taught me so much about birds, bird hunting, and having fun in the field. I guide many clients every year with Cash for several different species of birds and he required very little training and handling.
Our most recent addition, Spiller, is not quite 6 months old as I write this. We have had Spiller out in the field 5 times in the past 3 weeks for bird hunting. The first 3 times he went with Cash. Cash did the bird finding but amazingly Spiller started staunchly "backing" or "honoring" Cash, sometimes from over 100 yards from Cash's point. He was not gun or flush shy, and did get to do a few retrieves on downed birds. The last time out we hunted liberated quail. Spiller had his first hunt on his own. In about an hour hunt little Spiller tracked, pointed and retrieved 8 quail! Keep in mind this is his 5th time out, and he is not 6 months old yet! Im am proud and amazed at Spiller.
Now I could try to take the credit here, but when a dog is so young and has had so little hunting experience you know it is more genetics than anything else. Dawna keeps breeding the best weims I have ever seen.
I have talked to Dawna several times for advice and about weims in general. Dawna is top notch, second to none in producing the finest bred weims anywhere! If you want the very best, you need a PM weim and thats the bottome line! Results speak for themselves. Ive never been the kind of person to give out praise often but Dawna has earned it. She is the best at breeding weims period!
Submitted by: Steven Boyett on Jun 07, 2012My name is Steve and I am the proud owner of Kaiser (Beth X Dago).
Kaiser is now 2 years old, and I still call Dawna from time to time for advice and to keep her posted on Kaiser's progress. No matter how
hectic things seem to be on her end of the line, Dawna always takes the time to chit chat about what is best for Kaiser.
Words cannot describe how proud I am to be Kaiser's dad. He is great with children, other dogs, and loves to pester my cat Leo. Weims
arenít for everyone. They are full of energy, need constant exercise,will test your patience, and are as stubborn as my WWII vet grandfather (whom I love dearly). In return, Kaiser has been the most loving dog Iíve ever owned. Kaiser is extremely intelligent, very athletic, an excellent swimmer, and full of endurance and drive. As a
puppy 15 minutes is all it would take for him to learn a new trick! Too bad he hasnít learned he cannot dig his way to China.
Iíve never trained a dog before or owned a bird dog for that matter, so Kaiser was my first. I watched videos, did a little reading, and started working with him early. I would not call my training intensive, extensive, or professional by any means. I was simply a happy dog owner playing games with my best friend. My #1 goal in getting Kaiser was to have a family pet and if by chance he hunted that would be a bonus.
Kaiser turned out to be a phenomenal bird dog. I can tell you his ability is 100% natural and has little to do with my training. Last
time we went pheasant hunting the ranch owner commented on how well Kaiser worked in the field. The ranch owner, seeing the potential in
Kaiser, then filled my hands with pamphlets with information about field trails (this was nice, but field trails were never my intention or a desire of mine). Kaiser has the following under his belt: dove, quail, pheasant, and chukar.
Kaiser is the greatest dog in the world and I attribute that to Dawnaís unparalleled dedication to the breed. My next weim will come from PM Weimaraners (just as soon as I trick the fiancé into letting me get another weim). Thank you Dawna for all your support and for always being accessible when I had questions.
Submitted by: Tim Peters on Mar 20, 2012Hi Dawna -
Molly is perfect. She is in her new bed next to my desk as I type this email. Shhh - she's sleeping, which is good because she is a big distraction for my staff!
She is a fabulous pup and is adapting incredibly well and fast to her new home. You must have started house training? And fetching? And sitting? And come? She has picked up on all this so very quickly. And I've never seen an 8-week old pup with a nose as developed as hers!!
With 4 little kids in the house, all of them wanting to help "train" Molly Pop, we are focusing on 5 words - her name, followed by a command. For
now, the only commands we are working on is come, no, potty-time, and kennel. She is so smart. I bet within a week we will introduce some new commands.
Guinness is doing real well with both Molly and Gaffney. The pups adore Guinness, and Guinness seems to enjoy the pups.
We will be taking Molly to the vet this week as well.
Thanks so much for being so kind and accommodating to me, and to Charles and Katie. It was like getting an adopted child for us and you made it
very special for all of us. Also, thanks so much for the generous gifts of the collars, blankets and chew toys. That was very nice and thoughtful.
So glad we met. We will definitely stay in touch and will keep you posted on the girls' development.
Please let me know if your son wants to apply for the hunting camp at the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club. I will be happy to hand deliver the
application and can get some inside scoop on what they look for in the essays which are a part of the application process.
All our best, TJP and family
Timothy J. Peters
Peters Law Firm, P.L.C.
Submitted by: Craig Gates on Nov 26, 2011Hi Dawna,
Wanted to update you on Gunther. This is his second season and he is a great dog. The best out of the 4 weims I've had. In the last couple of
weeks he figured out the final secrets of working the running pheasant we have here. He now has a nice slow stalking pace once he tracks to hot
scent, locks up, and repositions cautiously to point again.
He had a natural honor from the start and hunts dead with determination. He's a great house
dog. He likes water, and swims well. You were right on the Longhair/shorthair cross, his fur is more dense and he is the first dog I've had with no stitches after a season and a half.
He hunts both head high and on the ground, and luck on litter, pick or breeding gave him an excellent nose. Maybe the best ive seen.
He's smart. After one porcupine experience with about 10 quills, he figured that out. Yesterday he pointed a porcupine, then as I walked up he
BACKED away in reverse stalk mode. I shot the porcupine, and Gunny just turned away and started hunting again. This compared to my 7 yr old, who,
after 8 experiences with almost infinite quills and the "whole shoot a porc and ecollar burn the dog repeatedly" still can't be trusted.
So, all in all a great dog. Hasn't been sick a day in his life. My only complaint is he won't quit pissing on my car and bike tires in the
Submitted by: Brennen Hannah on Oct 20, 2011I just want to say you have given us an amazing dog. I cant believe how awesome gunner is. We went on a pheasant hunt monday and it was his first time out for pheasants. He tracked his first bird down a irrigation canal for about 200 yards and finished with a point, my friends moved up, shot the bird, and it fell on the other side of the canal. Gunner swam across but couldnt find it. He looked for 25 minutes and never gave up, then found it. Im sure he would of kept looking until dark if he didnt find that bird, his drive is insane. After that first bird gunner went nuts. He tracked 3 more pheasants that night with very little wind. we shot one and it went down in a ditch and ran. Gunner again looked for a while then tracked it down the ditch and pointed it again. When we bumped it out it ran at mach 10 down the field until gunner caught up and tackled it in a cloud of dust. We went out again today and same story, gunner did amazing tracking down runners like theres no tomorrow. I just want to say thanks again, keep up the good work. Tomorrow I am going to try to get video of our hunt, should be exciting.
Submitted by: Jon Pollen on Aug 16, 2011Hi Dawna, As always, Slate is doing AWESOME!!! He's met quite a few dogs now and is very outgoing and friendly to all of them. He knows when to back down when a dog is feeling grumpy, but when another dog shows signs of acceptance, it's on! He just loves to play. All of our friends and family that have met him absolutely adore him. Liz and the girls took him down to Pearl Creek Elementary School (the kids go there) and let him run around the soccer fields. He ran non stop,and was introduced to all the kids in the playground, just tons of ooohs and ahhhs, lots of petting, he just soaks up attention. Potty training is still being worked on, but he's sleeping pretty much through the night, wakes up a few minutes before my alarm goes off (he's so considerate!) Also, we took him for the wellness checkup,everything looked good. They clipped his nails and gave him a physical. I've been loading pictures like
crazy on my facebook page of Slate, swing on by and check 'em out. Thanks,
Submitted by: Melinda Quayle on Aug 16, 2011Gunner is doing great, he is definitely a part of the family. Rylee and Rem did dog 4H with Gunner this summer and he participated he the fair on Friday. He did very well. He missed Reserve Grand Champ by 1 point!! Whew Whew!!! We are looking forward to this fall when Sage Hen and Sharp Tail open mid September. Will let you
Submitted by: Julie Purdy on Aug 02, 2011"I have not had the pleasure to meet you in person, friend, but there is no doubt,you are the eptitome of creme de la creme as far as your love for the Weimie's and being the first rate breeder and knowlegable of the breed you represent sooo well!
You are top rate my dear !"
Submitted by: Elena and Florian Strasser on Jul 13, 2011Hi Dawna,
sorry for being so out of touch the last few months. We have been incredibly busy
with wrapping up school and moving back to Switzerland.
But most importantly, we and especially Higgins are doing great! He did great on the flight and had a good adjustment in Switzerland. We had some trouble finding the right food, but now everything seems to be going well. Thankfully we had packed a
few small bags of the eagle pack...
Right now we are actually in Italy with him and he loves the ocean! We take him to the beach every day either early mornings or late evenings and he cant get enough
We are trying to teach him 'to heel' right now, but it is taking some time. I guess we just have to be patient. Do you happen to have any recommendations for us? We would love to have him ready with that by September when the baby comes!
Another question we have is regarding exercise and running. We have the feeling that he doesnt really know his limit and if up to him would just run all day. But what amount of running do you recommend per day? And when can we take him jogging with
He still has his crazy five minutes once in a while and we are also wondering if that's still normal with 7 months?
We'll be posting more pictures on facebook. But he's just the most adorable, sweet,and beautiful dog.
All the best,
Elena & Florian
Submitted by: Beth Anne Moore Martin on Jun 06, 2011"Dawna, My husband and I want to again thank you for one of the greatest joys of our lives - our Tujague is a little over a year old now. He is a big goof and we are crazy about him! Will post his year old pics as soon as I can get a little time!! Thanks again for being such a fantastic breeder and having such a strong program- weim lovers always comment on how beautiful he is :)"