Look what I’ve got:


it’s a pheasant… or lets say it was one… and it is my first hunting prey…


I’m a modern hunter and I buy my preys in a store…




Boy my first pheasant, that’s pawsome!


I worked immediately on that berd, till I noticed that it is probably an ole berd who can be tough…


..so I brought the berd to my backyard to give it a crispy dirt-coating…


… look how beautiful mother nature arranged the flowers…


… and where was I?..


…oh yeah… well the berd…


… I tested my newest creation of Haute Cuisine immediately…


…yuck… that’s still inedible… probably a pinch too much of that paw-liester…


… so I buried he pheasant in my bed and I hope to marinate that berd for two months or so makes it tastier…


It’s amazing how much joy you can bring to a silvermistygrey pup with a simple berd… even when you forgot to buy the tomatoes… the main thing is, to make this day to a beautiful day for someone…


… and at last we can eat the Mozzarella cheese  without tomatoes … that’s just a question of imagination… and to have a lot of that imagination is beautiful too… right? And to see the joy in the eyes of a pup is more than any tomato….



About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

52 responses »

  1. Goose says:

    YES Easy the best beautiful around is to see the joy in a pups eyes. I see it in yours and it makes smile and feel the joy as well. HUGS to you Easy!

  2. Howdy Easy. We see beautiful when we see you enjoying yourself. Glad your mum bought you a bird instead of the tomatoes. Much more fun. Enjoy your weekend mates. No worries and love Stella and Rory

  3. scrapydotwo says:

    Awh, I would love and enjoy helping you tearing that bird apart. My niece Molly showed me how to do the tearing properly one day. I would love to refresh my touch again! Have a pawsome weekend my friend

  4. drradha says:

    Gosh! You are one handsome dude Easy……….esp the last pic……….pawsome!

  5. saymber says:

    My dogs Spot and Link would LOVE that berd! You look mighty handsome in the last photo!

  6. That pheasant lasted a whole lot longer than we expected Easy!

  7. Genis LeyNel says:

    You’re a very good hunter, Easy, you certainly plucked your prey well.

  8. Mrs P says:

    What prey, you showed that berd what was what, you are one fine looking dude 🙂

  9. Cupcake says:

    You’ve got it right, E. Life is about hunting and hiding and joy and imagination and thinking outside the box and GIVEITTOTHEWEIMARANER.

    Love and licks,

  10. Tootsie says:

    Hi, Easy,

    That pheasant is beautiful!

    Wag on,

  11. Hari OM
    Ah you worked it out Easy – pheasant ought not to be freshant… it is GAME and needs to be ripened and it needs to reach a ripieness called gamieness and therepaws you are in for lots of fun!!! Well done to the help fur sacrificing tomatoes in honour of the beauty of joy!!! hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  12. WOW Easy……I do believe that’s the first toy I’ve not seen you rip to bits within sixty seconds! That’s one TOUGH old buzzard (oops I mean pheasant) for sure!!! Even after you took it outside to devour, it stayed in ONE PIECE. Purrrhaps marinating it in your bed is a good idea….that should soften it up a bit and make it easier to eat!

    Hugs and Happy BEAUTIFUL Friday!

  13. DailyMusings says:

    That must be one tough bird Easy that it is not in shreds! I loved seeing the flowers- they are beautiful. Have a wonderful Friday!

  14. Midwestern Plant Girl says:

    I love that last photo of you! So cute!
    Yes, you must marinade those preys with spit, dirt and grass clippings to get them to loosen up. They get tastier with each layer of spit….. (ick!) But dogs love it 😃

  15. That had to be a really tough bird to survive the strength of your powerful jaws!!! We LOVE that last picture….it’s truly beautiful to us!

    The Florida Furkids

  16. The OP Pack says:

    Those flowers are so pretty the way they grew together to create a See Beautiful moment. We bet it won’t be long before that pheasant is totally cooked:)

    Woos – Ciara and Lightning

  17. Good job, Easy! Bet that berd will be ready for Christmas dinner!


  18. sheltiebeauties says:

    You’re beautiful too, Easy!

  19. Madi and Mom says:


  20. Kismet says:

    That’s OK, just as long as the berd is from the store (and not the pet store). We’ll forgive you. Do you remember what we did to Tippi Hedron? Haven’t heard about her lately and there’s a reason. Actually Tippi was just acting, she’s a real life animal rights activist.

    • that pheasant is a birdastrous poyestrerous, it’s not really related with you… or with Tippy in Mr. Hitchcock’s movie :o) and today in the morning I rescued a swallow, I was the one who found this poor bird entangled in a tarp… my dad realeased the bird and brought him to our garage… and now the whole kraal knows my daddy’s sloppy pj pants :o)

  21. Emmadog says:

    Imagination is a beautiful thing! We had one of those pheasants at our house, but he was killed too.

  22. PigLove says:

    Brother – you are teaching Houdini here so many tricks. It’s amazing how your class on toy destruction has paid off for him – snorts with piggy laughter. XOXO – Bacon

  23. Your very first pheasant how wonderful, enjoy your new friend. Your flowers are very beautiful and I would enjoy looking at them each day as you stood next to them. That last photo is just too cute, I wanted to kiss the screen! smooch

  24. I so needed a smile today and just scrolled through all your adventures this week :-0

  25. Brian says:

    Dang, you sure were having some bird fun Easy!!!

  26. A delicious berd! Way to go Easy!

  27. Oh man, Easy…your flowers are just gorgeous! That pink really highlights the silver mist grey beauty that you are. 🙂 Keep working on that tough bird; I’m sure you’ll chew him down to mere feathers in no time. Have a splendid weekend. ❤

  28. Earl Lover says:

    What a great looking toy to rag on!!


  29. Dolly the Doxie says:

    That is one tough old berd Easy hopefully after marinating he will be a bit easier to digest! Love Dolly

  30. That pheasant looks totally pawesome. You get ’em!!!

  31. Two French Bulldogs says:

    We see a beautiful birdie
    Lily & Edward

  32. We thought that pheasant could be overrated! The blanket might help, but I think it is best served under glass. You make us see beautiful or rather extreme handsomeness!

  33. Murphy & Stanley says:

    Isn’t that pheasant supposed to be under glass or something? Looks like you enjoyed it!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  34. you are indeed a great misty grey hunter 🙂

  35. What a great pheseant hunter you are Easy – no if you could get it prepared just right!
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  36. DezizWorld says:

    Yous awe a mighty hunter Easy. Gweat catch dat pheasant was. MOL Have a gweat weekend.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

  37. Frankie and Ernie says:

    WE have heard that Pheasants can be a tad TOUGH… they need Special Care… and that rolling in the crunchy dirts is a good technique… Stuffing the Cavity with that Mozzarella Cheese and letting it Marinate in the bed fur a few days… should soften it up some… and OH the AROMA…
    THAT would be a Beautiful thingy to sniff fur SURE.

  38. Nylabluesmum says:

    Mee can see thee joy inn yur eyess Easy!! An mee inks thee last foto of you iss thee bestest one of you evurr!!!
    Yur such a pawsum an hansum doggie an you make our lives so much happier!!! WOOF mew mew….
    **paw patss** Siddhartha Henry an ((huggiess)) LadyMum xxxx

  39. finnhoward says:

    The most beautiful is the view up your nose!!! Happy Friday friends!

  40. Hi Y’all!

    Hey Easy, retrievers aren’t supposed to injure their prey. Just sayin’.

    Y’all come on back,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  41. Mol Mol…hahaha….you are so funny Easy. We no longer bother with berds…the store bought kind or the flying ones. Kali does have it in her contract with mom she will not climb trees and no berds shall she taste or bring home…unless they are alive. So far no dead birds have been on mom’s doorstep since I grew older.

    Kitty kisses,


  42. Charlie says:

    Crikey Easy …… I just can’t go past that last photo. I sure see beautiful there mate!! You’re quite a bloke you know!!

  43. Joyful indeed 🙂 as soon as we saw your 1st photo. Oh easy 🙂 Have a PAWsome weekend. Golden Woofs

  44. tylersat99 says:

    We hope your bird tastes better after its two months. Any your excitement and Mom’s are both beautiful:)

  45. Jan K says:

    There is nothing more beautiful than a happy pup!!

  46. Terra Toby says:

    Oh wish I was there to show you how to season a bird Easy! Only the most special preys from the store are worthy of the gourmet treatment…marinating underground, although in a bed works pretty well too…Your pal, Toby

  47. Well said at the end, Easy, well said!

  48. dogdaz says:

    You’re such a looker!

  49. gentlestitches says:

    Joy right back at ya!! I hope the berd is just right in a month or two! 😀

  50. You are so right Easy, happiness sparkling in the eyes of a favorite pup is always much more beautiful indeed!!!

  51. Looks like you treated that bird well!

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