The Waypoint Model of Success

Our working bloodlines do best in working homes!  Weimaraners make excellent companions but ours need to work.  We are a small kennel that has produced fantastic results based on great people who have qualified for a Waypoint pup. 

Our success in North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association (NAVHDA) has been exemplary. We have received 6 NAVHDA Natural Ability Breeder Awards for the Weimaraner breed from the                        7 litters produced to date. Highest in Canadian history for Weimaraners. 

 41 Waypoint pups have titled in NAVHDA to date!

Engaging you in the early development months of your dog (first 16 months) we help you to develop the correct bond for your well bred sporting dog. We train YOU!!

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Sue Rueger

Sue has worked in the animal/canine field as a profession for over 30 years. She rates the working hunting dogs as her favourites, and goes on to say, “Fred and I agreed to try a different breed to what either of us had owned before, and I must admit, our Weimaraner, Tori, is the most biddable dog ever! We really appreciate the intelligence of this breed. There are incredible performers in the working dog world. Their versatility is amazing, like they have switches on the back of their heads! They need an active working home to keep them busy and learning.”

Fred Staub

Fred had hunted more in the marshes than he had in the upland fields prior to getting a weimaraner. Wanting to switch to a versatile breed he states, “Our weimaraner, Tori, has shown she can do it all…retrieve, point, track…simply magic!” They are incredible hunters who quickly learn to work the wind and manage the birds. Tori is the first dog of any breed in Canada to earn the CKC title of WATER DOG EXCELLENT in 2018. Her daughter, Cuda, and granddaughter, Millie, and grandson, Remmy, were also the first weimaraners in Canada to get the WATER DOG titles. They love the water and hunting.