Available Weimaraners for Adoption
Adoption Fee(s): Adoption fees pay for the spay/neutering and general medical care for each Weimaraner who comes into our rescue.
Senior Weim: $250
Adult Weim: $450
Weims for Adoption
is a 2 1/2 year old Weimador (Weim/Lab mix). He is kind of a "shorty" and is good with some other male dogs and fine with females. He is crate and house trained and knows some commands. He needs leash work and has a couple other "quirks" we are finding out about. Boone will be no kids for now and will do best with a fenced yard.
is a 3-4 year old spayed female "Silver Lab". She has just finished heartworm treatment and is ready for her new home! Although she seems like she doesn't have a lot of hair, it is growing back in with the help of a couple supplements.
She is a sweetie who knows a few commands. She does eat like a shark so no small kids who might get their hand in the way of her food. She is good with other dogs!
is a 4 year old neutered male. He is a smaller guy at about 62 pounds. Blue recently had FHO surgery (Femoral Head Ostectomy) to correct an injury from when he was a baby. So he runs a little funny buy he isn't in any pain.
Blue is good with other dogs most of the time but he would do best in a one person, no other dog home. He is fine with cats. His favorite pastimes are lying in the sun and eating!
is a 2 year old neutered male. He just finished his heartworm treatment and is ready to go! Brett is good with other dogs and knows a couple of commands. He does have exuberant energy so will need a lot of exercise and attention.
He would do best with a tall fence.
is a 3 year old neutered male. He is a wild child and needs a very active, patient owner who will work with him. He becomes super focused on things and needs to be redirected. Rogue is ECollar trained and needs follow up with his, so if you aren't comfortable with this, please don't apply. No cats and no kids.
More Weims Coming Soon!
Weims In Forever Foster
is an 11 year old neutered male. His favorite activities include lying on the couch and going for walks. He is good with most other dogs and in his previous live, lived with a cat. He prefers bigger kids who don't get in his face. Atticus is comfortable staying where he is.