Worldwide Weimaraner Rescues

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USA Weimaraner Rescues

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WEIMARANER RESCUE OF AMERICA:
http://www.weimclubamerica.org/rescue/
Rebecca J. Weimer     weimRSQ@aol.com   618-236-1466

CLICK ON THE STATE TO FIND A RESCUE IN YOUR AREA:

Alabama Illinois Montana Pennsylvania
Alaska Indiana Nebraska South Carolina
Arizona Iowa Nevada South Dakota
Arkansas Kansas New Hampshire Tennessee
California Kentucky New Jersey Texas
Colorado Louisiana New Mexico Utah
Connecticut Maine New York Vermont
Delaware Maryland North Carolina Virginia
District of Columbia Massachusetts North Dakota Washington
Florida Michigan Ohio West Virginia
Georgia Minnesota Oklahoma Wisconsin
Hawaii Mississippi Oregon Wyoming
Idaho Missouri

Please check the Weimaraner Club of America or the closest Weimaraner Rescue above if there is not a rescue in your area.

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Alabama

http://www.weimrescue.com  AL, GA, LA, MS, & TN

Tammy Leeth  Tammy@weimrescue.com

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Alaska

Weimaraner Rescue of the North

Weimaraner Rescue of the North is a small group attempting to save weimaraners that would otherwise be in danger. We work with other weimaraner rescues and try to assist when they cannot help. Serving AK/MA/NY/PA/OH. All adopters are thoroughly screened  terawrn@yahoo.com http://weimaranerrescue.weebly.com/

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Arizona

Arizona Weimaraner Rescue
Rebecca Kapp
http://azweimrescue.com/
arizonaweimaranerrescue@cox.net

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Weimaraner Rescue of Arizona

http://vswc-weimaraner.com/weimaraner/rescue/

Brian Lamb blamb11@cox.net
5015 W. Saddlehorn Road  Phoenix, AZ 85083
(623) 249-3656

WROA

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Arkansas

Arkansas Weim RescueArkansas Weimaraner Rescue (AWR)

Arkansas Weimaraner Rescue provides for the rescue care and adoption of lost, surrendered and homeless Weimaraners as well as providing public education of the breed and on responsible dog ownership. There are numerous opportunities for you to help the AWR and the Weimaraners who are hoping for a second chance. ADOPT, FOSTER, TRANSPORT, and VOLUNTEER your time.

Ric and Hermine Wilkins are the AWR contacts for Arkansas. They have been actively placing Weimaraners in new homes for over 10 years re-homing hundreds of Weimaraners in need. The AWR is a non-profit charitable organization and there are always dogs in need of a home or foster home. We work directly with the WCA Rescue Committee.  Click Here to see our Featured Dogs for adoption. OR you can see our successful adoptions Here

www.arkansasweimrescue.org Fax application to (479) 582-9230

or mail to: Hermine Wilkins 5929 Pettus Road Fayetteville, AR 72703

For further information Email weimrescue@cox.net

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California

Northern California

http://www.norcalweimrescue.org
NCWR, PO Box 521, Corte Madera, CA 94976
We are an 501(c)3 non-profit corporation
Federal ID #30-0307164
Shiffra Steele (707) 987-8572
norcalweimrescue@yahoo.com

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Southern California

http://www.friendsforpets.org/
Southern CA Weim Rescue
11117 Fleetwood Street Sun Valley, CA 91352
818.767.5919 Fax 818.767.7805

Friends For Pets

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http://www.calwear.org/
California Weimaraner Education and Rescue (CalWEAR)

hello@calwear.org

https://www.facebook.com/CalWEAR/?fref=ts

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Colorado

http://www.mhwr.org

Darci Kundard
720.214.3144
coloweimsrescue@yahoo.com

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Connecticut

http://nutmegweimaraner.com/rescue/contact/

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Delaware

http://www.tristateweimrescue.org

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District of Columbia

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Florida

237 Whittier St (Corporate HQ) Davenport, Florida 33896

(863) 582-2150  info@LifelineDogRescue.org  http://www.LifelineDogRescue.org

CLICK HERE FOR ADOPTABLE WEIMARANERS

LifeLineDogRescue

Cassandra ‘Casey’ Salmond
Founder & Secretary
Florida Weimaraner Rescue, Inc., 501c3
www.flweimrescue.com 
flweimrsq@gmail.com
1-888-FLA-WEIM (352-9346)
504 Firewood Avenue Eustis, FL 32726
(C) 352.636.4676 (F) 888.800.963image291

CLICK HERE FOR ADOPTABLE WEIMARANERS

lauree.simmons@bdrr.org   intake@bdrr.org

561-791-6465 561-309-3311 – Big Dog Ranch Rescue

561-719-1754 – Lauree Simmons

10948 Acme Road Wellington, FL 33414

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Georgia

http://www.atlantalovesweims.org

Atlanta Weimaraner Club Rescue

Lynn Joseph, Presidentlynn@atlantalovesweims.org 678.561.0894
Debbie Rodgers, Secretary

(Debbie@atlantalovesweims.org) 404.323.8346

General inquiries:  rescue@atlantalovesweims.org

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http://www.weimrescue.com

AL, GA, LA, MS, & TN

Tammy Leeth

Tammy@weimrescue.com

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Idaho

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Illinois

Great Lakes Weimaraner Rescue, Inc.

http://www.greatlakesweimrescue.com

Mobile (616) 402-1041

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Weimaraner Club of Greater St.Louis

www.weimclubstl.org/rescue.php
Rebecca J. Weimer, Secretary
324 Sundew Drive Belleville, IL 62221
618.236.1466

 info@weimclubstl.org

Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
weimmom14@yahoo.com

melissalogsdon@hotmail.com

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Indiana

 Great Lakes Weimaraner Rescue, Inc.

http://www.greatlakesweimrescue.com

Mobile (616) 402-1041

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http://www.louisvilleweimrescue.com/

Denise King 812.256.3967mailto:rescue@louisvilleweimrescue.com
OR Indianapolis Jackie Pondy (317) 784-5574
rescue-indy@louisvilleweimrescue.com

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Iowa

Iowa Weimaraner Rescuewww.iowaweimrescue.orglana@weimmom.com906 W Pearl Street
Decorah, IA 52101IowaWeimRescueLogo-WEB
Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
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Kansas

http://www.heartlandweimrescue.org/ 
Heartland Weimaraner Rescue
Gail Orth-Aikmus
7805 Lee Drive Pleasant Valley MO 64068
816.781.0828 
heartlandweimrescue@kc.rr.com

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Kentucky

http://www.louisvilleweimrescue.com/

Denise King 812.256.3967 mailto:rescue@louisvilleweimrescue.com
OR Indianapolis Jackie Pondy (317) 784-5574
rescue-indy@louisvilleweimrescue.com

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Louisiana

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Maine

Karen Lyons 207.582.6315
woodrse@aol.com

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Maryland

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Massachusetts

Weimaraner Rescue of the North

Weimaraner Rescue of the North is a small group attempting to save weimaraners that would otherwise be in danger. We work with other weimaraner rescues and try to assist when they cannot help. Serving AK/MA/NY/PA/OH. All adopters are thoroughly screened  terawrn@yahoo.com http://weimaranerrescue.weebly.com/

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Michigan

 http://www.michiganweimaranerrescue.com

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Great Lakes Weimaraner Rescue, Inc.http://www.greatlakesweimrescue.comMobile (616) 402-1041image470

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Minnesota

Iowa Weimaraner Rescuewww.iowaweimrescue.orglana@weimmom.com906 W Pearl Street
Decorah, IA 52101IowaWeimRescueLogo-WEB
Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
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Mississippi

http://www.weimrescue.com

AL, GA, LA, MS, & TN

Tammy Leeth

Tammy@weimrescue.com

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Missouri

http://www.heartlandweimrescue.org/ 
Heartland Weimaraner Rescue
Gail Orth-Aikmus
7805 Lee Drive Pleasant Valley MO 64068
816.781.0828 
heartlandweimrescue@kc.rr.comheartlandrescue

Weimaraner Club of Greater St.Louis www.weimclubstl.org/rescue.php
Rebecca J. Weimer, Secretary
324 Sundew Drive Belleville, IL 62221
618.236.1466 info@weimclubstl.org

Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
weimmom14@yahoo.com

melissalogsdon@hotmail.com

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Montana

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Nebraska

Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
weimmom14@yahoo.com

melissalogsdon@hotmail.com

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Nevada

The Las Vegas Weimaraner Club & Rescue
http://www.vegasweimrescueclub.org  www.vegasweimaraner.com    www.vegasweim.com
702.280.6946    vegasweimrescue@aol.com  We are an 501{c}(3)non-profit corporation

Vegas Rescue

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New Jersey

http://www.tristateweimrescue.org

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New Mexico

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/

http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?query_id=8C83AC3E-33A6-11E3-932A-0463AE387E6D

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We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization

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New York

Weimaraner Rescue of the North

Weimaraner Rescue of the North is a small group attempting to save weimaraners that would otherwise be in danger. We work with other weimaraner rescues and try to assist when they cannot help. Serving AK/MA/NY/PA/OH. All adopters are thoroughly screened  terawrn@yahoo.com http://weimaranerrescue.weebly.com/

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North Carolina

http://www.tarheelweimrescue.org/ 
Rosi Adams (President)  704.664.2223

twcrescue@aol.com

Melissa Siegmund (Vice President)

3703 New Town Road Waxhaw, NC 28173

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North Dakota

http://www.lazyheartskennel.com

lzyharts@midrivers.com
Phone: 406-486-5445 Cell Phone: 406-989-2480

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Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
weimmom14@yahoo.com

melissalogsdon@hotmail.com

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Ohio

Weimaraner Rescue of the North

Weimaraner Rescue of the North is a small group attempting to save weimaraners that would otherwise be in danger. We work with other weimaraner rescues and try to assist when they cannot help. Serving NY/PA/OH. All adopters are thoroughly screened

terawrn@yahoo.com  http://weimaranerrescue.weebly.com/

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http://www.michiganweimaranerrescue.com

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 Great Lakes Weimaraner Rescue, Inc.

http://www.greatlakesweimrescue.com  Mobile (616) 402-1041

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http://www.louisvilleweimrescue.com/

Denise King 812.256.3967mailto:rescue@louisvilleweimrescue.com
OR Indianapolis Jackie Pondy (317) 784-5574
rescue-indy@louisvilleweimrescue.com

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Weim Friends Rescue

Website:  http://www.weimfriendsrescue.com

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/weimfriendsrescue

Twitter:  http://www.twitter.com/weimfriends

Instagram:  http://www.instagram.com/weimfriends

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Oregon

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Pennsylvania

http://www.tristateweimrescue.orgTSWR_header

Weimaraner Rescue of the North

Weimaraner Rescue of the North is a small group attempting to save weimaraners that would otherwise be in danger. We work with other weimaraner rescues and try to assist when they cannot help. Serving NY/PA/OH.

http://weimaranerrescue.weebly.com/

All adopters are thoroughly screened terawrn@yahoo.com

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South Carolina

Weimaraner Rescue of South Carolina

www.weimrescuesc.org  info@weimrescuesc.org Phone: 803.467.7548

Contact person: Melissa Hartley, President

South Carolina

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South Dakota

http://www.lazyheartskennel.com

lzyharts@midrivers.com
Phone: 406-486-5445 Cell Phone: 406-989-2480

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Wonder Weims Rescue
www.wonderweimsrescue.com
weimmom14@yahoo.com

melissalogsdon@hotmail.com

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Tennessee

http://www.weimrescue.com  AL, GA, LA, MS, & TN

Tammy Leeth  Tammy@weimrescue.com

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Texas

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Utah

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Virginia

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Washington

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West Virginia

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Wisconsin

Iowa Weimaraner Rescuewww.iowaweimrescue.orglana@weimmom.com906 W Pearl Street
Decorah, IA 52101IowaWeimRescueLogo-WEB

 Great Lakes Weimaraner Rescue, Inc.

http://www.greatlakesweimrescue.com

Mobile (616) 402-1041

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Wyoming

http://www.lazyheartskennel.com

lzyharts@midrivers.com

406-486-5445 Cell: 406-989-2480

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June Zilisch 208.587.4101

barzpk@aol.com

June@idahoweimrescue.com

http://www.idahoweimrescue.com

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Senior Weimaraners

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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

 

Here is a video about Weimathon 

Australia
855227Samantha Lawlersamantha@lukedom.comBreed Information OfficerPh: (h) 02 9805 0992 or (m) 0412 207 263http://www.weiclubnsw.com/rescue.com
329510Weimaraner Club of South Australia Secretary: Mrs. Lois Richterclairesimon@bigpond.comclaire@weiclubsa.comhttp://www.weiclubsa.comPost Office Box 1503, Mt BarkerSouth Australia 5251Ph: (08) 8379 1261 Fax: (08) 8379 6393
wecqld_logo (2)Weimaraner Club Of Queensland Queensland – Kathleen Rogerkismaner01@optusnet.com.auJudy Glover on 0419 663942  Email : judy@fjweis.comJanet Krom on 0419 668044  Email: hazewind@y7mail.com83-87 Ward Dve, MorayfieldQueensland 4506, AustraliaPh: International 61- 7- 5497 9697Local (07) 5497 9697http://weicqld.dogsites.com.au/Kevin Horne on 0434 318119 

Email : ouwitllemate@hotmail.com

Weimaraner-web-logo (2)Weimaraner Club of Victoria Inc Margaret CockburnP.O. Box 293Hampton Victoria 3188 Australiamarg@fyreside.netmargcockburn@optushome.com.au61-3-9598 1738http://www.weimaranervic.comhttp://www.weimaranervic.com/Rescue
801304 (2)Western Australia – Carolyn Galecgale@q-net.net.auhttp://weiclubwa.com
Austria
Logo_gr2 (2)Oesterreich-Weimaraner VereinAnton-GörglJubiläumsstrasse 93701 Grossweikersdorfhttp://www.weimaranerverein.at/
Belgium
Belgium Braque de Weimarfor all informations : Windelinckx Stel/fax : 0032 (0)3 295 88 15info@weimaranerclub.behttp://www.belgianweimaranerclub.be Engl. + Fr. : E.Lequimetel : 0032 (0)495 43 00 09Fax : 0032 (0)16 47 71 74
Bulgaria
Petar Petrov – President”Hristo Siljanov”-Str. Block:102,App:2051220 SOFIA – BULGARIAkarasura_kennel@hotmail.com mobile:+359 889 496 264Tanatsi Tanatsiev – Vice President tanatsi@mail.bg
Canada
Ontario Weim RescueOntario Weimaraner Rescue and Assistance  (OWRAssist)www.ontarioweimaranerrescue.comFounder – Deb Wilson
Phone: 905-937-7131
E-mail: ontarioweimrescue@gmail.com
Charity Registration # 82647 2268 RR0001
Please open your heart and home and become a OWRAssist Volunteer
wacrescuelogolarge (2)Weimaraner Association of Canada National WAC RescueNational Coordinator is Heather Watson at rescue@wacrescue.comCalgary, Alberta 403-668-1607 or 902-457-1973 WAC & Weim Rescue http://www.weims.ca/The new website is wacrescue.com. The current
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Czech Republic
DVM. John Kočová (Press Officer)
City 311
382 21 Kájov district. Czech Krumlov
Telephone: +420 380 739 356
Mobile: +420 724038433
E-mail: veterina.kajov @ volny.cz
URL: www.weimaraner-club.czhttp://www.weimaraner-club.cz/kontakt.html
Denmark
dansk (2)Dansk Weimaraner KlubBiels Jørgen DrostFriheden 364900 Nakskovhttp://www.weimaraner.dk/
Finland
logoh (2)http://www.weimarinseisojakerho.fi/index_e.htm
France
LOGOfrance (2)Cercle des Amateurs du Braque de WeimarSecrétaire GénéralM. Robert Rudoff75c rue de Villevaudé77270-Villeparisishttp://www.cercledesamateursdubraquedeweimar.com
Germany
wp0336739887118bd051Weimaraner Klub e.V.Egon GassmannAm Haimberg 3D-36041 Fuldahttp://www.weimaraner-klub-ev.de/
Great Britain
BannerNEW3 (2)http://www.weimaranerclubofgreatbritain.org.ukRescue, Welfare & Rehoming Servicewharton@bunduki.co.ukMargarita BookerTel: 01293 871373,Mob: 07836 789464
Ireland
Ireland Rescuehttp://www.weimaranerclubofireland.com/home.cfm
Israel
Weimaraner Club of IsraelIlana Bar-Tal,President67 Levi Eshcol StQiryat Ono 55511 IsraelEmail: donawim@zahav.net.ilPhone # 972-3-5351317 Fax # 972-3-5357646
Italy
italy (2)Weimaraner Club ItaliaPresident: Davico di Quittengo0141-927130Vice President: Telma Tucci335-6654373Via IV Novembre,1 15020PONZANO- AL, Italynardi_patrizia@fastwebnet.it   http://www.weimaranerclub.it/
Netherlands
Vereniging ‘De Weimarse Staande Hond http://www.weimaraners.nlMrs M. BusSnelliuslaan 1051222 TD HilversumTelephone 35-6267749
New Zealand
The Northern Weimaraner Club89A Seaview Rd.Remuera Auckland 1005 New ZealandPresident: Barry Uren bulweima@ihug.co.nz
The Weimaraner Club Secretary: Carolyn Dow160 Rudd RoadDunedinPresident: Glynis Shieldsglynis.shields@natlib.govt.nz
Norway
Norsk WeimaranerklubbEva PedersonTangenveien 621914 Ytre EnebakkWeimaraner Club of Norwayhttp://www.norweim.org
Scotland
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South Africa
Weimaraner Rescue of South Africa

 

Weimaraner Klub of Gauteng

http://www.weimaraner.co.za

E-mail: rescue@weimaraner.co.za / admin@weimaraner.co.za

Telephone: +27-828960378

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1442865076006426/

Spain
Spain (2)http://www.aebw.org
Sweden
Sweden (2)Svenska Weimaraner KlubbenAnci Niklasson, Chairman Gröndalsvägen 16S- 387 50 Köpingsvikhttp://www.weimaranerklubben.se/

Adoptable Weimaraners

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Big Dog RanchBig Dog Ranch Rescue – In Florida

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Western Washington Weimaraner RescueWestern Washington Weimaraner Rescue

Wonder Weims RescueWonder Weims Rescue

Weim Friends RescueWeim Friends Rescue

Senior WeimaranersSenior Weimaraners 

Weimathon Events

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TheWeimaraner.com would like to present a wonderful way for your family to help Weimaraner Rescue.
It is also a great way to get some exercise for you pets and family.
You can create an event for your community or just do Weimathon yourself.
Please contact weimathon@gmail.com if you have any questions.

 

Please watch our Video about Weimathon.

You can start your own Weimathon event in your area.

Just donate the funds to your favorite Weimaraner Rescue Group any where in the world. www.TheWeimaraner.com

Pass the word to your friends.

You can “Friend us” http://www.facebook.com/TheWeimaraners or “Like Us” http://www.facebook.com/pages/Weimathon/268814997485

Thank you so much
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Weimaraner Quiz

The Weimaraner Quiz was created to help you in your decision to see if a Weimaraner is right for your family.  If you take the quiz and a Weim is perfect for your family you will then have another choice:  Do we find our Weimaraner using a Weimaraner Breeder or Weimaraner Rescue?

Weimaraner Quiz  “The Weim Quiz”

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Attn: Weimaraner Fans!!!!

www.TheWeimaraner.com website was created for multitude of reasons but the real purpose is for Weimaraners.  We really care about the breed, their health, & those people that care for the future of Weimaraners.

The goal is to make sure that this website has as much information as possible.  A one stop location for those interested in the breed.  We can really use your help.  You can send in photos, health information, updates, corrections, & your ideas.

If you know someone that might be interested in the Weimaraner Breed, you can direct them to the New WEIM QUIZ on this website.  Please feel free to link it to your website or share it.

How You Can Help Weimaraner Rescue by participating in one or more of the ideas below.

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1. The New Weim Quilt Group – http://www.WeimQuilt.com

The Original Weimaraner Rescue Quilt Group was created in 2001 to help raise funds for Weimaraner Rescue. (WFF)

Volunteers from around the world create beautiful 11×11 squares.  They are sent into one location where they are quilted together then raffled to help raise funds.

In 2013, the quilters decided to include qualified Weimaraner Rescue Groups that wanted to get involved.

The New Weim Quilt Group is currently looking for Weimaraner Rescue Groups and Quilters.  If you are interested in quilting or getting involved in this group please email: weimquilt@gmail.com.

If you are a Weimaraner Rescue is interested in participating please complete and return this form to weimquilt@gmail.com.

The Weimaraner Quilt Group Form  – Word Version  The Weimaraner Quilt Group Form– PDF Version

Our next quilt idea is a “Weimaraner Carousal Quilt”.  Please visit the http://www.WeimQuilt.com to see all of the past quilts and quilters.

2. Dimes For Weims DimesForWeims – Click Here For Printable Flyer


3. Have a sale and donate the funds to your favorite Weimaraner Rescue

4. Weimathon

Website = www.TheWeimaraner.com 
Forms = https://theweimaraner.wordpress.com/forms/

Here is a video about Weimathon 

Thank you so much for you time.  Please share this link with all of your Friends, Family, & Animals Lovers.

Rehoming Your Weimaraner

POTENTIAL FORMS TO HELP YOU

ADOPTION APPLICATION FOR REHOMING YOUR WEIMARANER – WORD

ADOPTION APPLICATION FOR REHOMING YOUR WEIMARANER – PDF

REHOMING HOME INSPECTION LIABILITY FORMS – WEIMARANER – PDF

REHOMING HOME INSPECTION LIABILITY FORMS – WEIMARANER – WORD

WHEN YOU CAN’T KEEP YOUR WEIM

ADAPTED FROM CHOW CHOW RESCUE, WITH THANKS TO THE AUTHORS: KAREN DeBOER, BARBARA MALONE, AND LISA HRICO AND THE CHOW CHOW CLUB, INC. WELFARE COMMITTEE

Not long ago, you were thrilled to have a Weimaraner puppy of your very own. You never dreamed that you might have to give him up someday. Your Weim still depends on you to do what is best for him, just like he depended on you when he was a puppy. Now, more than ever, he needs you to take time to think things through and make the right choices for his future. WEIMARANER RESCUE helps to find new homes for Weims. Rescuers are unpaid volunteers with full time jobs and families to care for, just like you. They usually do not have kennel facilities nor do they receive financial help from the government. The cost to care for rescued Weims comes out of their own pockets and through the participation of their individual breed clubs. Rescue works with Weims that are given up for adoption by their owners, with dogs that are given up to shelters, or with dogs that are picked up as strays. Shelter dogs are in need of immediate attention, therefore, private releases (those dogs who are given up by their owners) are given secondary importance in the adoption chain. Why? They already have a home and an owner.you. Your Weimaraner is your responsibility. Most of the work in finding him a new, loving, permanent home is up to you. If your dog came from a private breeder or individual, your first recourse should be in contacting that breeder or individual immediately. Although he or she may not choose to help you, he has a moral obligation to do so. Members of the Weimaraner Club of America agree to this service when they adhere to the Code of Ethics as set forward by our parent Club. An ethical, responsible breeder/fancier will want to help you and has a right to know what is about to happen to the dog that he or she brought into this world. Finding a new home will not be quick or easy. It takes patience and hard work. This booklet is designed to help you decide what is best for your dog, how to prepare him for adoption and how to choose the correct new owner for him. Finding a new home involves several steps, but before you start here are a few things you should know:

ABOUT ANIMAL SHELTERS

Shelters and Humane Societies were created to take care of the needs of stray and abused animals. They were not intended to be the dumping grounds for people whose pets are no longer convenient, but that is what they have become. Shelters today are so overcrowded that many dogs are destroyed on the same day that they arrive. Stray animals must be kept several days for their owners to reclaim them, by law. However, not protected by this law is the dog turned in by its owner. Only 1 in 10 animals that enter a shelter will come out alive. Shelters do not want to kill all these animals but they have no choice. For every child born on this day – there will be 15 puppies and 45 kittens born as well. There are just not enough homes for all of these animals. Being a purebred will not help a dog’s chances of adoption – 40% of the dogs in shelters are purebreds. Sending your Weimaraner to a shelter in the hopes that he will find a good home is wishful thinking … you could in reality be signing his death warrant.

STEP ONE: SOUL SEARCHING

There’s a big difference between being forced to give up your dog and wanting to “get rid of it.” Search your heart for the real reason why your dog can no longer live with you. Your answer will probably fall into one of two categories:

PEOPLE PROBLEMS or DOG PROBLEMS

People Problems include moving, death of an owner, divorce, a new baby, allergies, etc… With some planning and forethought, People Problems don’t always mean having to give up your dog. It is possible to find rental dwellings that accept pets, kids and dogs can be raised together, allergies can be controlled with medication, etc. If you are not sure if you have considered all of the options, call us. We may be able to give you some ideas or send information that will help you keep your dog. Sometimes you can make temporary living arrangements for your pet that will buy you both a little time to find alternatives. Dog Problems include aggression, house soiling, destructiveness, barking, fighting, bad manners or other undesirable behavior. If you got your dog as a puppy, you must accept the fact that you are at least partly responsible for the way your dog acts now. An owner, whose dog has a behavior problem, always has four options: 1) continue to live with the dog as he is, 2) hire a trainer or attend classes to alter his behavior, 3) give your problem to someone else, 4) have the dog euthanized. Most behavior problems can be worked out if YOU, the owner, are willing to make the effort. Don’t make the mistake of trading this dog for another one that you think will be easier to work with. If you didn’t train this one properly, you won’t train the next one either. If you are willing to keep your dog if only he was better behaved, call us – we can help. We have a strong network of Club Members, and all of us, at one time or another, have faced the same problems as you are having now. We can provide training advice, reading material and refer you to qualified trainers or animal behaviorists to help you with your dog’s problems.

STEP TWO: TEMPERMENT EVALUATION

Your dog’s adoption potential depends mostly on his temperament or “personality.” Weimaraners are usually friendly, outgoing dogs with few, if any temperament problems. However, there are Weims that due to lack of early socialization or other factors my have temperament or personality disorders. You must be realistic about your own dog. Is he outgoing and friendly to almost everyone? Is he unpleasant or aggressive towards strangers? Does he adjust easily to new situations? Has he been exposed to a variety of situations during his lifetime? Has he been raised with children, other dogs, cats? Is he protective of you and your home or is he overly protective? The majority of people who will be looking at your dog, as a prospective pet, will never have owned a Weimaraner before. Their mental picture of the breed will be from a magazine picture or a book illustration — a large, friendly gray dog that approaches with his eyes shining and his tail wagging. When you love your dog, it is easy to think that everyone else will love him, too. But think, if you were meeting him for the first time, what kind of an impression would he make? Would you want to adopt him?

STEP THREE: PREPARING YOUR DOG FOR ADOPTION

Having decided that your dog must really have a new home, and that his temperament is suitable for a new owner, you should take him to your veterinarian for a complete checkup and any necessary vaccinations. Some behavior problems occur because of physical problems and are easily treatable. For example: worms, urinary infections, or diabetes may be the cause of soiling in the house. There may be other physical causes as well. Bring all vaccinations up to date — not just rabies. Your dog should also have a heartworm check, be heartworm negative and be on heartworm preventative as well as having a stool check for worms.

IF YOUR DOG HAS NOT BEEN NEUTERED OR SPAYED DO IT NOW!

Placing your Weimaraner without being neutered could put his life and well being in serious jeopardy. No reputable breeder would be caught dead adding your dog to his or her breeding program. The only kind of breeder who’ll be interested in your dog will be a puppymill. Wholesale dog brokers seek out free or cheap un-neutered purebreds for resale to puppymills or research laboratories. Watch out also for private owners looking for a “mate” for their own dog. Is this what you want for your Weimaraner? Spaying or neutering guarantees that your dog will not end up in a puppymill or in the hands of a backyard breeder. By doing this your dog will be adopted by a family which wants him as a best friend and member of the family. Give your dog a chance at a brighter future — make your spay/neuter appointment today! Groom and bathe your dog. Get rid of any fleas. If you can not do this yourself, take him to a grooming parlor. Get rid of that old, frayed, or rusted collar and buy him some “new clothes.” You want him to look his best in order to make a nice impression on prospective adopters.

STEP FOUR: WRITING AN AD

There’s a trick to writing a good ad that will generate interest in your dog while not misrepresenting him and which will also do some preliminary screening for you. At the very least, the ad needs to give a concise description of your dog, his needs, requirements for a home, and of course your telephone number. The description should include his breed, sex, the fact that he is neutered (you did do that, didn’t you?) and an indication of his age. Hint: if your dog is under a year and a half old, state his age in months so that he will be perceived as the young dog that he is. If he is over three, state his age as “adult”. Many people believe that an older dog won’t adjust to a new home. This is far from true. There are definite advantages to an older dog: “what you see is what you get”, they are over the chewing stage, they are already housebroken, etc. I always point out to prospective adopters who bring up the age issue, that. most working dogs, i.e. Seeing Eye, handicap helpers, hearing aid dogs, seldom, if ever, begin their career until they are over three years of age. Emphasize your dog’s good points. Is he well mannered? Acts friendly? Loves kids? Try to state these in a positive way, i.e. “Kids over 10” sounds better than “No children under 10”. Pre-qualify homes by stating any definite needs, i.e. fenced yard, no cats, etc. This lets people know that you are going to be selective, want to do what’s right for your dog and prepares callers for the fact that you will be asking a lot more questions of them. NEVER include the phrase “FREE TO GOOD HOME” in your ad even if it is true. If possible, do not put in any reference to price at all. While “free,” will generate a lot of calls, most of them will not offer the kind of home that you are looking for. Save yourself the trouble of sorting out the wheat from the chaff right from the beginning. Not specifying a price will give you a lot of latitude. You can easily discourage an unsuitable prospect by stating the you want $700 for the dog, and then just as easily give the dog free to that perfect family, should you so desire. Set a reasonable adoption fee in your mind. “Reasonable”‘ is the key word here. Don’t expect a new owner to give you the total “investment” you have in your dog. By the same token, someone who is not willing to pay a small amount my not be able to afford the dog’s future upkeep and care. A reasonable range may be between $100-$200.

Your ad should look something like this: WEIMARANER:

WEIMARANER: Young adult male, neutered, friendly, likes children, no cats. Needs fenced yard. Vet references required. Contact Barbara Days: (800) 555-5555, Eve: (609) 555-5555

Call your local newspapers and place your ad. It can take up to 6-8 weeks to find a suitable home for your dog, so plan on advertising for several weeks. If you can’t afford that, nearly every community has “shopper” publications offering low cost or free classified advertising. Make flyers with a good photo of your dog and post them on community & grocery bulletin boards, at vet’s offices, pet supply stores, grooming shops, etc. Get the word out amongst your friends, relatives and coworkers. Be patient, persistent and creative.

STEP FIVE – SCREENING CALLERS

Talking to prospective adopters can be frustrating and time consuming. To help you along we have included a copy of the adoption application that our rescue group uses. Make copies and fill in the information as you are speaking to the caller. It’s easy to get people talking about dogs and you can use this information to help you choose the right family. To save time, you can also mail this application to prospective adopters for them to fill out and return to you. Be sure to provide a self-addressed envelope. If the caller has no pets at the present time, find out about past pets … What happened to them . did they run away, get hit by a car, were they given away, or were they given up to a shelter? Avoid anyone who gives any of the above answers if possible. They are a good indication of how your dog will end up. If they do have a pet at present, find out what kind, sex, etc. This is sometimes an indicator that the interested party will want to use your pet for breeding purposes … but of course, this won’t happen because you have already altered your pet, right? Are there children in the family, how old, how many … None? Young married couples sometimes want a pet as a child replacement and end up dumping the dog as soon as the first baby arrives. Qualify these people carefully. Does the prospective adopter own their own home or are they renters? Do they have landlord approval for a pet? Fenced yard, somewhere to exercise the dog, type of area in which they live … rural, suburban, urban? Can you make a house check? Has the adopter ever owned a Weimaraner before (Rescue gives preference to former Weimaraner owners because they know the breed and are willing to take in a second, third or sometimes even fourth Weim into their lives). Many people have no idea what constitutes a Weimaraner and even less of an idea about their personality and traits. Are they looking for a hunting dog? Even though Weimaraners are part of the Sporting Breed Group, not all Weims are created equal in the field. If you tell the adopter that your dog hunts well, don’t mean that he points “tweetie birds” in your back yard or chases the neighbors cat up a tree. If a hunter wants a hunting dog and gets a Weim with no ability, you can bet your bottom dollar that your sweetie-pie will be back to you, or worse, in a shelter right after the next hunting season opens. Have these folks ever owned any kind of a dog before? If not, are you willing to help them over the rough spots and can they call you when a problem arises?

References:

Get the phone number of their vet and two personal references. When calling to check references, explain that John and Mary Doe are interested in adopting your dog and that you love your dog and want to make sure that John and Mary will give it a good home. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Were former pets given annual checkups, vaccinations, heartworm preventative? How did their former pets die? How long have they known John and Mary? Do John and Mary have a fenced yard? If they were placing a pet, would they feel comfortable placing it with the Does? You may get different answers than what you expect, so plan on investigating the prospect further … or crossing them off your list!

STEP SIX THE PERSONAL INTERVIEW

Most of your callers won’t make it past the telephone interview. Once you’ve chosen a family that you feel is a good candidate, you can set up an appointment with them to see the dog. Actually, two appointments are in order – one at your home and then, one at THEIRS. Going to their home lets you see whether their situation is as they told you it was and whether your dog will do well there. It also gives you the opportunity to call off the adoption and take the dog back home with you if things aren’t as represented. If they already have another dog, make arrangements to meet in a “neutral” territory, such as a park or playground. Most dogs are territorial and resent a strange dog coming into their home. If the family has children, have them bring the children to your home, where you are in control of the situation. Some allowances should be made for kid’s natural enthusiasm, however if the children are unruly and undisciplined and are not kept in hand by their parents, you are asking for trouble. Watch how the people and the children interact with your dog, keeping a watchful eye at all times and keeping your dog under control, even by lead if necessary. Do you like these people? Do you have a “good” feeling about them? Are you comfortable having them as guests in your home? If not, don’t give them the dog. Trust your instincts! Wait for another family. If you are not sure about someone, call your rescue representative, we’ll try to help you make a decision based on our experiences.

THE LAST STEP – SAYING GOODBYE

Congratulations! You’ve found the perfect home for your Weimaraner. We know it wasn’t easy. After all of the soul searching, preparations, advertising, and interviews, your dog is ready to go to his new family. Set aside some private time for you and your dog. We know that you may cry, too. Do it now, in private so that you are clearheaded when it is time for him to leave. He may be confused about being left with strangers and you don’t want your emotions to upset him further.

What goes with your dog to his new home:

  • His medical records, vaccination records, and spay/neuter certificate
  • Name, address, and phone number of your vet
  • Your name, address, and phone number (new address if you are moving)
  • Your dog’s toys, bedding, or special belongings
  • A week’s supply of food, a gallon of water, and treats that he especially loves
  • An instruction sheet of special needs, feeding, etc.
  • A collar and lead with ID tag (if he has one)
  • Reading material or sources on Weimaraners (Including the book by Carole Lea Benjamin “Second Hand Dogs-How to make yours a First Rate Pet”)
  • Copy of the Release Form (attached)
  • Copy of the Adoption Agreement and Liability Waiver (attached)
  • The Telephone Number of Weimaraner Rescue (215 504-0230)
  • Any other relevant paperwork on your dog

There are a few things that the new owners should be aware of. Even the best behaved and well-mannered dog is going to have a period of adjustment at his new home. He may even have an accident or two in the house. This period usually lasts for a few weeks until the dog becomes accustomed to his new owners and mourns the loss of his old family. During this time it is important for the new owners to adhere to the dogs old schedule and to try not to force the dog into anything unpleasant, such as a bath or a change of food, etc. Have them wait until he settles in a bit and has time to bond with them. Advise them not to let the dog off lead in an unsecured area until it has been trained to come when called 100% of the time, or you may find your Weimaraner in the Lost & Found section of the newspaper. Make sure that the adoptive family knows they can return your dog if things to do not work out as expected all around. Inform them that you will keep in touch and call in a few days to follow up and see how the dog is doing. Make sure they have Weimaraner Rescue’s telephone number, as we will always be here to provide help and advice.

WHAT RESCUE DOES

Rescue helps to find new homes for abandoned, unwanted and stray Weimaraners. Information and education is given to Weimaraner owners considering giving up their dog for adoption. If this fails and the dog is given up, Weimaraner Rescue has the present owner sign a release form giving up ownership of the dog to Weimaraner Rescue. Rescue then does the job of screening prospective owners and placing the dog for adoption. A mandatory spay/neuter clause is included with our Adoption Agreement. If you have done everything you could to find a suitable home for your pet and everything has failed, Weimaraner Rescue will help. But, bear in mind that we have our limitations. If you need to give your dog up to Weimaraner Rescue, we ask that you bring the dog to a foster home where he will stay until he’s ready to go on to his adoptive home.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FIND A RESCUE IN YOUR AREA.