Great Weimar Breeding

Great Weimar

The ideal family companion, no matter where your adventures take you!

A Great Weimer is an ideal blend of the Great Dane and a Weimaraner! This designer mix breed has a patient and friendly nature, with the athleticism, alertness and obedience of a Weimaraner and the physical structure of a Great Dane. This combo breed also aims to reduce the health concerns related to a Great Dane, so you can share your adventures with your family companion for years to come!

Why Full House Great Weimars?

Full House produces F2 Great Weimars that are 50% Great Dane and 50% Weimaraner. Beyond breeding beautiful and healthy dogs, our unique combination of structured socialization and early puppy development, both mentally and neurologically, create an unmatched Great Weimer breeding program that produces a well-balanced puppy with a solid foundation for long-term growth.

We have a personal love for this breed that we want to share with other families

Your puppy will enjoy optimal socialization starting just days after they are born until the day they go to their forever home with you

You’ll love the on-going partnership and network that supports Great Weimar owners

We provide life-long training opportunities for all puppy owners

Dam & Sire are both cared for in our home and registered with the Continental Kennel Club

Full House Great Weimars has one goal for our breeding program – create a solid foundation of mental stability for each puppy, so they can build a happy, life-long partnership with their new family!

Our Promise:

We’re dedicated to the highest breeding standards! We own, train and take great pride in caring for both the dam and sire in our home. This level of care ensures future puppies get the best environment prior to conception and during gestation. Prospective clients are welcome to visit our home, understand the details of our socialization program and begin to find joy in this amazing breed. We are continually learning and elevating our breeding approach and puppy socialization techniques to ensure a positive experience for both you and the newest member of your family!

Great Weimar Parents and Puppies


Marshall is a chocolate merle. His parents are a Blue Weimaraner and a Silver/Charcoal merle Great Dane. His unique color and markings captured our attention for our breeding program. He is extremely lovable, calm around dogs and kids with a very gentle temperament. He is very athletic and loves to play tug and be rowdy too! During training, he is very attentive to his handler and can walk nicely on a loose leash. He is approximately 29” at the withers and just shy of 100 pounds, but anticipate his final weight reaching about 120 pounds when he is full grown.


Lokie is a blue F2 Great Weimar and was selected for her very mellow temperament and playful demeanor. She weighs 101 pounds and measures 31″ at the withers. Lokie showcases her goofy Dane body movements while also being athletic and obedient like a Weim. She loves to hike and enjoys spending family time cuddled on the couch or hogging a good portion of the bed at night.


Puppies Full House Great Weimars come in a large variety of colors and sizes due to the genetic diversity of our Sire, Marshall. To date, our breeding program has produced solid black, solid chocolate, solid silver, fawn, chocolate merle, and silver/black merle. We will add blue to our color array with Lokie beginning Fall of 2019. Adult dog sizes are also diverse ranging from 70 -110 pounds.

At 6 weeks of age, our puppies are temperament tested to help match puppies to the ideal lifestyle of their new families. While color is always the first factor families consider, proper temperament is a major factor we use to insure you get the dog of your dreams.

Follow our Full House Great Weimars Facebook and Instagram accounts for the most up to date information and photos on our litters.

Value of Early Socialization & Life Skills

Creating the Perfect Pet

Unmatched socialization & Great Weimar development
Canine socialization should be a life-long pursuit for every dog owner and is key to molding the perfect pet! Just like you, your dog is much more comfortable in an environment that he has experienced over and over, in a positive way.

Our puppies begin a very structured socialization process starting just days after they are born. Each stage of their socialization provides positive associations with their new world and prepares them for the day when they will become a member of your family. Puppies are engaged a variety of mental, social and neurological stimulations. Each puppy experiences common sights, sounds, objects and environments, along with people of different ages and characteristics, to build their confidence and abilities, while minimizing future fears and typical anxieties.

Does Socialization Really Matter?

Maybe you’ve experienced the challenges of a dog who cowers when they hear loud sounds, charges the door barking every time the doorbell rang or possibly had aggression towards other dogs or people. All of these fears and moments of anxiety can be drastically reduced or eliminated when proper early puppy socialization takes place.

Puppies start developing and learning about their environment hours after birth. Exposure to a wide variety of experiences will reduce their fears and anxieties because they’ve already had positive exposure before serious issues develop.

The Magic of 10 Weeks

By 10 weeks of age, we feel your dog is ready to join your family with a wide variety of positive experiences under it’s belt.

3-16 days old

neurological stimulation exercises begin to kick start the nervous system. This catalyst has long-term benefits including reducing disease, stimulating brain activity, reduce heart rate and increasing blood flow to the puppy’s extremities.

14 days old

puppies are introduced to a potty box in their living area. At this early age we capitalize on the pups’ desire to keep their sleeping and potty spaces separate. Over the next 8 weeks before the join your family, we work diligently to make potty training a very seamless process for their transition to their new routine in your home.

3 Weeks old

puppies are introduced to solid foods including goats milk, cottage cheese and raw, ground meat. This early phase of weaning them from their mother’s milk supports their fast growth rate that requires a higher volume of quality nutrition.

4 Weeks old

our home is now open for visitors and we schedule regular visits from a wide variety of individuals. We strive to have your puppy meet over 50 people before they leave our home! We screen our visitors and make sure the puppies health and safety from outside illnesses is our number one priority. Visitors have a check list of skills they work with each puppy to help us develop motor skills, proper socialization skills and overcome fears that individual puppies may have.

7-8 Weeks old

puppies are introduced to collars and leashes so they can start to develop early leash manners. Additionally, we start creating positive associations with crate time in a slow and progressive routine.?

8-10 Weeks old

puppies go on field trips to dog-friendly establishments to start to increase their exposure to their world. This continues to expand their socialization skills and reduces fears of unknown experiences.

All of the hours and hours of dedicated service we devote to each puppy in our program, pays off when we hear comments from pet-parents like these:

Forever Home Transition

Joining Your Family At Home

Unmatched socialization & Great Weimar development
When your puppy reaches 10 weeks of age, they will be ready to join your family. We simplify the transition and guide you through your new pet-parent responsibilities. Whether this is your first puppy or you’ve enjoyed this experience in the past, we want to share all that we’ve learned to make this the most enjoyable bond you’ve ever had with your new family companion for years to come.
As a new pet-parent, you’ll receive a comprehensive guide book that continues to build on the knowledge your puppy learned while in our care. We’ll help you ease into your new adventure and develop a well-mannered, low-maintenance family companion. Each stage of a dog’s life is important to its development, but as you create a solid foundation in the first few months of your puppy’s life, you set your dog up to be more confident and successful, while reducing future frustrations and headaches.
You’ll also receive a bag of high-quality food to help you continue to provide the vital nutrition your large breed puppy will need to grow properly. Nutrition plays a critical role in every dog’s quality of life, but the Great Weimar breed also has unique factors because of its size and growth rate. Only certain dog food will fulfill the needs of your puppy now and through adulthood.
Your puppy will come home with a transitional blanket or toy that they’ve enjoyed while in our care to comfort them during the transition.
Puppy owners are provided with a foundational puppy training package that includes three sessions. We require all in-state puppy owners to attend these sessions so we can ensure you start your new puppy experience off on the right foot and that you’re committed to providing the best possible care for your new companion. During these sessions, we’ll continue to build our relationship with you and your dog. This is a lifetime partnership, and we’re here to help you through every stage.

Pricing & Payments

Full House Great Weimar puppies are $1,200 each.

To reserve a puppy, you can make a $200 deposit with the balance due when you take possession of the puppy or prior to us shipping your puppy to you.
Payments – cash, Venmo (@TracieKay) or PayPal*
*3% fee will be added to your invoice to cover transaction fees.
Puppies can be hand-shipped in the continental United States for an additional $550.

With each Full House Great Weimar puppy you will receive:

A healthy puppy who has been cared for properly during the first 10 weeks of its life in preparation for its transition to your home

A puppy who has participated in an unmatched socialization program from 3 days of age to ensure he is prepared to become your ideal companion

A Forever Home transition process that provides a comprehensive guide book specific to this breed, food to continue proper nutrition, a comfort item such as a blanket or a toy

Three puppy training classes at our training facility in Riverton, Utah to help start your new puppy experience off right and help you understand how to provide the best possible care for your new companion. Classes will discuss potty training, crate training and proper nutrition, along with helping you create a routine that will insure long-term success for both you and your puppy!

Access to our socialization classes for the life of your dog, held at our training facility in Riverton, Utah, so your dog continues to understand how to properly interact with other dogs and a variety of people.

Closed group access to our puppy owner social media forums and events

We are excited to share this incredible dog breed with you and hope you will feel the passion we have for being your partner. We want you to develop an incredible bond with your dog, so you can enjoy your companion, no matter where your adventures take you!

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