Colray puppies are the result of years of research, dedication to the breed as a whole and dedication to our dogs. A sire and dam are selected based on their compatibility with eachother focusing on their health, pedigrees, breed type and each dog as a whole. We want only happy healthy dogs that are correct in type, temperment and trainability. Dogs that can participate in various dog activities but most of all be happy members of their families. It's important for this breed to do what they love and were bred to do but equally important to be happy well adjusted family pets.
Producing healthy dogs is of the utmost importance to us and we will not sacrifice health to get the perfect specimen! Parents of our puppies have had and passed health clearances prior to mating. We focus on hip, elbow, shoulder, heart and thyroid certification with the Orthopedic foundation for animals. Copies of these health certificates will be provided in our puppy package.
All puppies will have been vet checked, microchipped, dewormed, had their first set of vaccines and reg'd with the CKC before leaving us. We also send you home with a health guarantee for genetic disorders, a large puppy information package, 6 weeks of petplan insurance and a food package from Purina.
Above all our puppies come with "Life long support from us".
Our dogs are adopted out under a non-breeding agreement that will be registered with the Canadian Kennel Club. Should you be interested in a performance/show dog those pups will be adopted under a co-ownership with us. This helps protect our dogs and our lineage.
** The adoption price of a Colray puppy can vary slightly depending on breeding costs please contact us for information
** For our families out of Territory we do require a meeting over the phone, via facetime or Zoom meeting
We DO NOT produce Blue weimaraners
All of our puppies are raised following the guidelines of the "Rule of 7"
By the time a puppy is 7 weeks old it should have:
• Been on 7 different surfaces, such as: carpet, concrete, wood, vinyl, grass, dirt, gravel, newspaper, etc.
• Played with 7 different types of objects, such as: big balls, small balls, soft fabric toys, fuzzy balls, squeaky toys, metal items, wooden items, paper/cardboard items, milk/soda jugs, etc.
• Been in 7 different locations, including: front yard, backyard, basement, kitchen, car, garage, laundry, bathroom, crate, kennel, etc.
• Been exposed to 7 challenges, such as: climbed a box, climbed off a box, gone through a tunnel, climbed up steps, climbed down steps, climbed over obstacles, played hide and seek, gone in and out of a doorway with a step, etc.
• Eaten from 7 different containers: metal, plastic, cardboard, paper, china, pie plate, frying pan, etc.
• Eaten in 7 different locations: crate, yard, kitchen, basement, laundry room, bedroom, x-pen, etc.
• Met and played with 7 new people, including children and the elderly.