Parhelis - Litter of Weimaraner Puppies

Spice at Crufts 2015

Spice at Crufts 2015

photo by: TSI Photography



photo by: Clair Litster Huckle

Spice and pups at 4 weeks

Spice and pups at 4 weeks

photo by: Sally Morgan

All puppies have now been sold

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Breeder : Parhelis
Location : Templecombe, Somerset
Sire : Ignaheim'S Bolt To Parhelis (Imp Nor) (Health Tested)
Dam : Parhelis Spice Eyes (Health Tested)
Birth Date : 7th June 2015

Health Tests

  • Ignaheim'S Bolt To Parhelis (Imp Nor)
  • Parhelis Spice Eyes

One bitch pup is available to the right home. she is a lively girl, confident and would suit an active home or one thinking of doing agility.

This is Spice's second litter. She is a medium sized bitch with a beautiful pale silver-grey colour, amber eyes and wonderful loving temperament.She has been shown and worked. Her father is the highly successful show dog, ShCh Ansona Gamekeeper at Aarranz, aka Logan. One the working side, she was graded good in a grouse pointing test and placed in gundog working tests. She picks up on a local shoot.

Bolt is a Norwegian import from well known working lines. His grandfather Quasi (SE JCH, J, SE VCH, JWW-03, NO V-04, NORD V-06, NO V-07, NORD V-08, SE V-09, SE UCH, NO UCH, DK UCH, FIN UCH, NORD UCH, INT UCH, NL UCH Classic Dream's Quasimodo in Grey) was one of the most awarded dogs in Scandinavia. His mother's side goes back to our own dogs Parhelis Arrakis. He is a fast, athletic boy with drive, excellent nose and great determination, but also biddable. He is a medium-to-large sized dog but not of heavy build, aristocratic head, long back and mouse-grey in colour. He has already shown a lot of potential in the field. In his first year of gundog working tests as a puppy he was placed in the top 4 places on 6 occasions and won WCGB GWT Puppy. His fast, ranging hunting and good nose has resulted in three 'good' grades at grouse pointing tests and one 'good' on partridge. In 2014 he was given the guns award at an all-aged field trial. He picks up on three local shoots.

As a breeder I put particular emphasis on longeavity and coefficient of inbreeding as an indicator of genetic fitness. The COI for this litter is 1.869% which is very low.

For us the most important aspect of having a litter is finding the right puppy owners. We are never in a rush to sell our pups, having the space to run them on for as long as necessary.

Having been a member of the Weimaraner Club of Great Britain since 1983, we follow the Club's strict code of conduct. More can be found about the Club's code of conduct and criteria when buying a pup on the Club's website (
We include one year's membership of the WCGB in our puppy pack. In addition, to support the invaluable work done by the Club's rescue service, we donate 50 for each pup that we sell.

Training a Weimaraner is vitally important and a lack of training is often the cause of an owner wanting to rehome their dog. Therefore we strongly recommend that our puppy owners take their pup to training classes, either puppy, obedience, ringcraft, or local gundog classes. In recognition of this commitment once the pup has completed a puppy training course, or has attended at least six gundog or obedience classes, we refund 50 to cover the costs of the classes (subject to a signed letter from the trainer).

Our puppy pack comprises KC registration papers with 5 generation pedigree, diet sheet and worming record, 4 weeks' worth of Nature's Menu puppyfood, 4 weeks free insurance from Petplan, comprehensive guidance and training notes, puppy dummy and whistle, one year's membership of the WCGB, and a copy of Joan Donaldson's book Culture Clash for first time Weimaraner owners.

The KC registration document will be endorsed so that any progeny from the dog will not be eligible for KC registration. However, we can lift the endorsement in the future if an owner wants to breed from their dog and has consulted us regarding the mating.

We like our puppy owners to keep in touch, let us know how they are getting on and send us photos. Our 'support line' is always available, whatever the age of the dog.

If you are interested in one of our pups please call and have a chat and talk dogs (01963 371681 evenings are best)or drop us an email. Equally we are happy to put you in touch with somebody who has had a puppy from one of our previous litters.