As a longstanding and highly reputable Kennel Club Assured breeder (with all 3 accolades and UKAS Certification), I provide ongoing help, information and life-long support on every ‘Hollieseast’ bred puppy.

As a child living in London, I grew up longing to have a dog. We had a succession of cats at home, but as we lived in a mews house, I couldn't have a dog due to the lack of a garden for puppy toilet training. Also, my parents and my siblings, were not at all Canine orientated! I had to wait until I had a home of my own as an adult, before I could fulfil my ambition.

My children were aged 5 and 8 at the time, and I knew very little about the breed back then, but I was young, keen, and wanted to learn as much as I could about this unusual dog that had become such a part of our family. Luckily as I had never had another breed to compare with, I took it all in my stride, and became addicted! Now over 46 years later, my life centres around enjoying my homebred Weimaraner’s, and my dogs are so much a part of my life, that I shall probably still have them when I'm in a zimmer frame!

The Weimaraner is not a difficult dog to own, but he is different! One needs to understand that they are a special dog and can be quite a challenge, generally people either love the breed totally, or hate them! This is not a dog to be middling about.

They are so versatile, belonging to the HPR (hunt, point, retrieve) subgroup of gundogs. The Weimaraner can be anything you want him to be - a family companion as a loving, well-trained pet, a rough shooting companion trained to the gun, should this be your goal. There are also working trials and tests, as well as ‘fun days’ to enjoy, these events are run by the 4 breed clubs in the U.K. He may end up in the show ring, should you choose this as a hobby, as I used to do! As long as the Weimaraner is kept mentally stimulated, he will become a much-loved family addition.

Please read the Breed Information page, it is there to help you decide if this truly is the dog for you.

Breed Information

I am always happy to answer any questions you may have about the breed. If you are in need of help or advice, please do get in touch.