We miss our beloved Envy, CH Silverado Dolce&Gabana Envious RE CGC & cherish the legacy she gave us, Audrey, INT’L & AM CH Silverado Glamorous & Raven, Silverado VooDoo Doll from her first litter. Her litter of beautiful boys produced our own Sean, INT’L CH Silverado Diamond Dog AXP AJP NW1 CGC, Grant, INT’L & AM CH Silverado Major Tom & Wrigley, Silverado Young American.
Envy was a Rally Superstar & earned her Rally Excellent title at the Weimaraner Club of America National Specialty. She was also my inspiration for several popular Live Auction photos at the Weim Country Gala.
There was never another sweeter spirit than Envy…
Missed everyday by Sharon & Alex.
We lost our sweet Candy, McKenzee’s Puppy, at just 2 days old to pneumonia. Our dear friends Barbara & John made a generous donation to Nor Cal Weim Rescue in her memory.
CH Silverado Gianni Versace RE OAP OJP CGC
4/23/05 – 8/5/17
We lost our beautiful Gianni last week. He
spent 10 years delighting us and the last 2
enriching the lives of our dear friends Sharon
& Alex. He sired 17 pups & 19 grand pups all of
whom inherited his wonderful spirit. Shiffra
said it best; ‘The World is a less happy place
without Gianni’. Here he is from a photo shoot
for a Macy’s ad campaign.
CH Silverado Dixie Chick
April 23, 2002- April 18, 2017
Jessee was a true family dog in every sense of the word. She took her companion dog duties very seriously, putting her beloved Ethan to bed every nite & staying with him until he fell asleep. Jessee was the epitome of the faithful, velcro dog & shadowed her Dad while he worked in his office, either lying at his feet or sharing his office chair. Jessee was full of energy & when she was 2 days old, she was already running laps around the whelping box! A beautiful mover, with great flair, she finished her Championship easily.
Run free Sweet Jessee & find your Mom, Destinee & Sister
You are all missed every day.
Renaissance Enzo Palladio
May 13, 2008 – November 28, 2016
Ravi, Mandy and I are sad to report the passing of our beloved Enzo. He took acutely ill but hung in there for 2 weeks until we returned from New Zealand to bid us goodbye. We are still struggling with the suddenness of his passing and miss him greatly.
Enzo was regal and majestic, a big boy who did not know his own size. He was gentlemanly in his deportment, yet not above stealing a bite when he could. We will miss his welcoming stance when we return from work and the silly games that he had invented with his toys and bones. He made everyone who met him feel special and we are inundated by the sympathy and shared grief from all who came in contact with him. He was amazing in his empathy if one of us was physically or mentally out of sorts, and would not leave our side until we felt better. His elegant build, prancing gait and lovely eyes fetched instant admiration from strangers and passersby, and he returned their
attention with a genuine response that made them feel special.
We struggle with his loss but are grateful for the eight years we had with him. It was filled with grace and joy, fun and frolic, action and a cozy calm. We will miss him always.
CH Silverado Midnight Rambler
December 16, 2006-September 26 2015
We are sad to announce the passing of a Silverado Family member & beloved companion to Lisa & Jesse.
Bison was a gorgeous boy who finished in just 7 shows. He loved everyone he met. We traveled with him to Washington for our National Specialty & he was a joy to be with. The world is a sadder place today.
“You were the best backpacking buddy and telemark skiing partner a girl could ask for. You cleaned the kitchen floor every night after the kids tossed their crumbs in every direction. You made me feel safe when I was running solo through the woods, and when I was home alone on those dark lonely nights. You would faithfully crawl through miles of dense manzanita to be at my side, and swim across vast open water to be my trustworthy omega. You were my first baby. I hope you’re finally at peace and may your insides be calm and zen. I’m just sorry it was only so short. Please know that we will never forget you.”…Mom Lisa
Silverado Diamond MK Hermes
2005 – 2015
Dashiell lost his courageous struggle with cancer on Saturday, June 13, 2015. There was no sweeter, friendlier dog on the planet than Dash. He loved absolutely everyone he met human & canine alike. He loved coming to dog shows to support sister Ruby & to meet as many people as he could.
Dash made the transition from city dog to ranch dog last year & loved following Dad around the land while he worked.
He was a snuggle bug too & loved lounging in bed with Mom in the morning.
The world is a sadder place without his generous soul.
CH Silverado Diamond MK Armani
2005 – 2015
Jake’s family is suffering his recent loss & there was no better family dog than Jake. Jake was so loving & gentle with the girls as they grew &
was a huge part of their life. The girls absolutely adored him & often drew pictures & wrote stories about him.
He was the perfect older brother toRaven, Silverado VooDoo Doll. Jake was a very special dog with a big heart & a comedian, always making
people laugh. Loving family member, show dog, running partner…Adored by so many
Jake will be loved always & missed everyday…
2006 – 2015
Our wonderful stay & birthday celebration at Alex’ & Sharon’s ranch for Dashielle, Gianni & Envy
was overshadowed by the tragic loss of Ruby. Ruby succumbed to renal failure the day after we left.
We are so thankful that we got to spend her last days on earth with Ruby & that she got to see her extended family.
Ruby, GCH Silverado Ruby Tuesday, was our first Grand Champion & our girl Jade’s sister.
Ruby was an amazing show dog amassing many breed wins but most of all she was the adored &
beloved companion to Alex & Sharon & treated like the queen she was every day of her life
There will never be another like her; he will be missed & treasured forever…
We think a poisoned creature, perhaps a ground squirrel, crawled onto our
property to die and Justice found him. Varmint poisons used to be insufficient to
kill a predator but the varmints have become somewhat immune to the poisons
so manufacturers have increased the lethality. We urge that you be very careful
with or even abstain from using these poisons as their unintended
consequences can be awful.
Champion Silverado Brown Sugar
December 16 2006 – March 19 2012
He was the dog we were not supposed to get, and yet he filled our hearts with a love and understanding beyond what we expected or deserved. The last five years of our life were special because of this gift. He was one of a kind, never to be replaced by any born or yet to be born! We are wallowing in our many memories and still some days a bit of crying. We miss him so very much, but are so very grateful for the gift of his time with us.
We just want to emphasize that he was more than a pet, he was a part of our daily lives, sharing our couch with his head in our laps, and at night he slept on our bed with his head literally on our shoulders. He shared our days giving us love and attention. His beautiful big eyes followed us everywhere and the wag of his tail expressed his joy at being beside us. He is irreplaceable.
Schatzili epitomized love, not only of us but all of our friends. Loved company and especially going out for lunch. He was a happy dog. Intelligent as to responsibilities, knew our ups and downs. Always happy to go on a walk, he
would do a little dance when we said “walk”. A walk was an adventure and all the neighborhood loved him.
Our best friend.