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Sunday Night Heidi Weimaraner Puppy Update: 18½ Weeks Old.

Heidi has been basking in her fame all week long:


Good grief.

For more pictures of Heidi, click the "Read More »" extended entry button below.

Last week's update.

Heidi is now losing her puppy teeth, but she is actually chewing less than she did a few weeks ago.


A little peanut butter every few days or so helps keep her coat ridiculously shiny, especially in the sun.


She's good on or off her leash.


Drinking from the fountain is practically a parlor trick, bystanders enjoy it so much.


Heidi loves being outside.


She is not as awkward as a 4-month-old puppy ought to be, but she still gets her legs twisted in a pretzel occasionally.


She's a charmer.


Mt. Heidi.

Posted by Will Franklin · 14 May 2006 06:09 PM


Hmmm... she looks smaller than I thought she was... the tennis ball looks HUGE in her mouth! :) It's the first time I've noticed her next to something to give her size some context, and I was suprised.

Maybe it's just the camera adding two pounds. She certainly has great perportion; nothing looks rediculously out of size for the rest of her.

...and such a cutie...

Posted by: Mr Michael at May 14, 2006 09:13 PM

She's a little more than 30 pounds. That's actually an Air Kong football tennis ball, though. It's much bigger (2 or 3 times) than a normal tennis ball.

But yeah, she's probably smaller than she seems in some of the pictures.

Posted by: Will Franklin at May 14, 2006 09:24 PM

Cat blogger

She is cute as a button. I am trying to determine the best dog breed for the WunderFamily. I do not like big dogs. Never have. So I am stuck with smaller dogs. Boston Terriers seem nice.

Posted by: WunderKraut at May 15, 2006 07:25 AM

When I got a small dog, it came down to a Boston Terrier and a Pug. I got the Pug, had him for three years, he still gives me a good chuckle every day. He gets along fine with my four larger dogs and tomcat. He plays me like a cheap set of drums.
Heidi is looking great!

Posted by: Eneils Bailey at May 15, 2006 12:01 PM