Adoptable Weimaraners

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Western Washington Weimaraner RescueWestern Washington Weimaraner Rescue

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Senior WeimaranersSenior Weimaraners 

Holiday Shopping Can Help You & Weimaraners!!!

We are so excited to let you know about all the great new items available this holiday season.  You can help Weimaraner Rescue Groups by making a donation for someone as a present this year or shopping for them.

CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE WEIMARANER RESCUE SHOPS TO CHOOSE FROM

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Here is an example of some great items for sale with Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue:

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The volunteer elves at Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue are hard at work creating items with which to fundraise this holiday season. We have mounting vet and boarding bills on top of our regular expenses. Volunteers have been making these pink mini trees donned with hand-cut Weimaraner ornaments, ribbons, sequin/satin skirt, and star topper. The trees are pre-lit with pink lights and stand 27 inches tall. Each tree takes over two hours to create. We are asking for $100 donations for each tree. If you are interested in ordering a tree, please email us. contact@weimaranerrescue.org Thank you in advance! IMG_4703 IMG_4702 IMG_4698 IMG_4697 IMG_4696 IMG_4695 IMG_4693 IMG_4694 IMG_4692 IMG_4691 Weimaraner Rescue Shopping

Please email contact@weimaranerrescue.org if you are interested in ordering an other items from the Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue.  If you would like to make a donation please CLICK HERE.

 

TheWeimaraner.com

Good evening Weimaraner Loving Friends,
The www.Weimathon.com website has been renamed www.TheWeimaraner.com.
I would love this website to be a place for people to go to when that want the best Weimaraner Information.  If you have information that you would like to see on the website please email suggestions, photos, videos, articles, etc to weimathon@gmail.com.
If your Weimaraner Club/Group/Rescue/Weimaraner has a facebook page please email me the direct link.  I will be happy to add a FaceBook link box to www.TheWeimaraner.com
The Weimaraner Quiz is a new addition to the website.  It has been revamped because the old link to the WCA Rescue does not work.  Hopefully you will find this useful for people looking for a Weimaraner to add to their family.

Please feel free to link the Weimaraner Quiz directly to your websites:
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Here is a list of the items on the website:
Check out these great ways that you can help Weimaraners:
 1. Dimes For Weims DimesForWeims TheWeimaranercom – Click for printable flyers

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2. Garage Sales For Weimaraner Rescues

3. Weimathon

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Here is a video about Weimathon 
Website = www.TheWeimaraner.com 
Forms = https://theweimaraner.wordpress.com/forms/

4. BUY CHANCES TO WIN A WEIM QUILT OR HELP MAKE A QUILT SQUARE (www.weimquilt.com)

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5. You can also help by contacting your favorite Weimaraner Rescue Group to see what they need.  Most rescue groups need supplies, fosters, volunteers, help coordinating fundraisers, dog walkers, poop scoopers, donations, & more.

6. Please pass this information on to your favorite Weimaraner Loving Friends.

Thank you for visiting www.TheWeimaraner.com  If you have any suggestions for improving the website to please let me know. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Helping Weimaraners

There are so many ways that you can help the Weimaraner Breed.

We have listed some ideas below.  Some of these ideas take a couple of minutes and some are more in depth.

Please help in any area that you can.  Thank you

1. Dimes For Weims DimesForWeims TheWeimaranercom – Click for printable flyers

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2. Garage Sales For Weimaraner Rescues

3. Weimathon

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Here is a video about Weimathon 
Website = www.TheWeimaraner.com 
Forms = https://theweimaraner.wordpress.com/forms/

4. BUY CHANCES TO WIN A WEIM QUILT OR HELP MAKE A QUILT SQUARE (www.weimquilt.com)

2011 Weim Quilt Logo

5. You can also help by contacting your favorite Weimaraner Rescue Group to see what they need.

Most rescue groups need supplies, fosters, volunteers, help coordinating fundraisers, dog walkers, poop scoopers, donations, & more.

6. You can buy things from the Weimaraner Rescue Groups Shops on their Website. – CLICK HERE FOR SHOPS

7. Donate directly to your favorite Weimaraner Rescue Groups – CLICK HERE TO FOR DIRECT DONATION LINKS

Thank you so much

DimesForWeims – CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE SHEET FOR YOUR JAR
www.TheWeimaraner.com  – Facebook – Twitter
http://www.WeimQuilt.com – Facebook – Twitter

Senior Weims Slumber Party

Slumber party!!!! I’ve been such a good girl at my new foster home that my foster Mom let me have a boy/girl slumber party! This picture is of Holly (left), Gilbert (in yellow slippers) and me (Beauty).

We had a great time and, given that one of us is 14 years old (Holly), one is recovering from major surgery Gilbert) and one (me) is dealing with terminal cancer, we actually slept! Nothing like those “slumber” parties that human kids have.

The doctor says I don’t have a lot of time left on this earth, but I’m enjoying the heck out of the days I have left. Carpe Diem and all.

If you’d like to read my whole story, see more pictures and check out my Amazon wish list, click here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.383898955072705.1073741828.238962312899704&type=3

Anybody up for popcorn and a movie marathon?

Love to you all, Beauty

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Senior Moments Weimaraners, Inc. is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization helping senior Weimaraners to have safe, full, love-filled lives.  We take in homeless Weims age 10 and up and give them love and vet care while they wait for their forever families to adopt them.

We are foster-home based, we do not have a facility.  We are only able to help these older Weims when we have foster homes available.  If you have room in your heart and home to help a senior Weim, please contact us today!

Our service area is currently limited to Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois and will expand as we develop our network of foster homes.

We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and we are qualified to accept tax-deductible contributions, bequests, devices, transfers and gifts. Please consult your tax preparer regarding how this applies to you.

http://senior-moments-weimaraners.com/who-we-are/weims-looking-for-love/

seniormomentsweims@gmail.com

Gilbert Grape and The 12lb Tumor

We hope that you enjoy this great story about Gilbert Grape.

http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2013/09/twelve-pound-tumor-removed-from-rescued-weimaraner/

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.575773065793985.1073741842.143358555702107&type=3

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A Weimaraner rescued from a kill shelter has been given a chance at a normal life after having a cumbersome, watermelon-sized tumor removed from his chest/abdominal area.

A few days ago, a dog was brought into the Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue in New Mexico after being left at a kill shelter. They had seen bad cases before, but staff members could not believe their eyes when they saw the downtrodden dog, encumbered with such a massive tumor.

“We feel sympathy for him while at the same time we struggle with the fact he was so neglected. How could he have survived all of this time? All we can hope for any animal who is being given a second chance is that it’s not too late; this dog is no exception,” their Facebook page read.

The six-year-old was named Gilbert Grape, and the nonprofit organization took him to the emergency room. He was given pain medicine and antibiotics, and put on an IV catheter. Blood and urine were tested, and an ultrasound performed. He also needed a blood transfusion. He was made comfortable, and vets were consulted about the tumor.

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“We consulted 4 veterinarians and a board-certified surgeon. The consensus is that the tumor very well could be benign, as it is pedunculated, meaning it is a stalk of tissue growing independent of other tissue. Yes, it could be malignant as well, there is always that chance. His blood work is relatively normal (with the exception of elevated white cells from the infectious, necrotic tumor) and he is otherwise seemingly healthy, even though we are aware there could be malignancy not showing up on blood work.”

Tickled Pink didn’t want to wait, and prolong Gilbert’s suffering. Their choices were to go ahead with surgery, or humanely euthanize him. It was a difficult decision, one they felt was unfair for them to make after only knowing him a few hours – who were they to decide?

“After all of our consults and a few hours of iv treatment, the Weimaraner stood up and walked towards our volunteers looking us in the eyes. We felt that he was telling us he’s not ready to go; he’s fighting to live and we want to help join him in his fight.”

Gilbert is looking much happier, and doing one of his favorite things, that he hasn't been able to do in more than a year - lie on his belly!

Gilbert is looking much happier, and doing one of his favorite things, that he hasn’t been able to do in more than a year – lie on his belly!

Surgery it was. They began a fundraiser with a goal of $6,800 for medical expenses. People touched by Gilbert’s story rallied and nearly $12,000 was donated.

He made it through the surgery and has spent the last few days recovering. But it will take more than just rest; Gilbert is believed to have been living with the tumor for over a year, and has a hard time walking without it. His center of gravity was affected by it, and his weight distribution is unbalanced. He requires some physical therapy, but will likely learn how to walk normally.

Gilbert Grape-less is currently in a loving foster home, and some have already expressed interest in adopting him. The gratitude and sparkle in his eyes has overwhelmed Tickled Pink staff and supporters with happiness.

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UPDATE: Gilbert is healing well and looking happy with his new bed and toys, thanks to the generosity of strangers who sent them to him!

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Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue
12231 Academy Road NE  #301-214
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TickledPinkWeimaranerRescue?ref=br_tf

Website: http://www.weimaranerrescue.org/

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