So, a friend of mine(who also happened to be one of my clients, and a coworker) recently moved into a much smaller place and is in a bit of a financial rut, and found she had to rehome one of her dogs. She's a Weimaraner, unusually small(maybe 40-50 pounds?), and 3 years old. From working with her I'm thinking she'll be great for blood trailing, and her temperament seems to be good for Mud and Z. Tonight's the first night so we'll see. She's very good at heeding messages from other dogs, which is great for both of my dogs. Z gives her lots of calming signals and she instantly responds. Mud curls her lip at her when she's too pushy, and she backs off right away. Mud hasn't even snapped at her yet, and normally Mud is a bit snappy with new dogs until they get their pecking order sorted out. She is very smart, and very trainable(although she does remind me of the "Simple Dog" from that Hyperbole and a Half comic, lol). She's smart in her own way. ^^ So currently her name is Freya(fray-uh), which really just isn't my cup of tea. A little about her personality: She's a little on the crazy side She's protective She's very responsive to body language from people and animals She's confident and curious She's very petite for a Weimaraner She has a face like a frog. (The pictures don't show it so well...) She smiles...the corners of her mouth tuck up a lot higher than most dogs when they open their mouths, she looks like she's really smiling. Names I have come up with: Shyloh Riley was her name before she was Freya. (Poor dog is going to have had 3 names and she's only 3 years old. I'm her third owner.) Willow Spring June Roam(searched synonyms for "nomadic" since she's found three homes...came up with this) Gypsy Dryft/Dryfter (just thought it was different...) Been searching Google for a while now, lol. Any other ideas anyone??? These pictures were some her previous owner had; haven't had a chance to take any just yet.