AVAILABLE WEIMS

 . Annie .
 . Annie .  . Annie .  . Annie .  . Annie .
  • Weimaraner
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without cats
Hi! I'm Annie! I'm super cute, right? I'm two years old, 53 pounds, and full of sass and energy! I have a long tail, and there might be a little bit of something else in me besides Weimaraner, but we’re not sure. I love to sumo-wrestle with my foster brother for hours on end! My foster brother is 4; I'd love to have a playmate that is around my age and likes to play hard! When we play, it's like a whirling dervish of awesomeness! I give lots of kisses, and sometimes if I am really excited, I jump up. Why does that silly foster mom keep telling me "off?" Silly human, doesn't she know that I am the boss?! I know how to use the dog door and haven't had many accidents. I didn’t even have to be taught how to use the dog door! I do love being outside as long as I know I can come right back in. I also love coming inside to snooze on the couch or in your lap. At my previous home, I'd been left outside since I was a puppy, and being inside is a treat and my new normal, so I must touch you while I sleep. I love towels and will help myself to any that are around. I do know how to eat like a civilized girl. I can sit or lay and wait patiently for my food to arrive and to be released to eat. I do have some manners. I am still getting used to a leash; I wasn't sure what that was! But, I'm slowly making the humans think I can behave. I love the sound of kids, but I am afraid I might knock over little ones when I play. My foster family doesn't have children, so they don't know how I would act. Did I mention that I’m really active? You will need to keep me very well exercised to keep me happy and out of trouble! A playful housemate is a must for me! My foster mom calls me "Annie Banannie." Will you call me "yours?" I’m being fostered in Franklin OH, which is between Cincinnati and Dayton OH. If you are interested in this Weim, please visit www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and fill out an adoption application. Please understand that we are all volunteers and have jobs outside of the rescue, etc. Once we receive your application and know that you are serious about adopting one of our Weimaraners an adoption coordinator will contact you. Also, foster homes are always in need for Weimaraners in our rescue. If you are interested in fostering, please visit www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and complete a foster application.
Adult, Female, Large
 . Jasper .
 . Jasper .  . Jasper .  . Jasper .
  • Weimaraner
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
We are not accepting anymore applications on Jasper at this time. Thank you all. We have been overwhelmed with responses and are wading through the applications. Please be patient. If we do receive an app then we will keep it and contact you if there is not a family that will match with him after interviewing the ones we have already received. We will consider you for Weims we have in or will receive in. Hi! My name is Jasper! I'm a handsome young Weim, just 7 1/2 months old. My owner got me as a puppy, but he experienced some personal issues and decided it'd be better to find another home for me. So here I am, hanging out with my foster family, having a great time and learning how to be a good big boy. Because I'm big already, 75 pounds, and still growing, it's easy to forget that I really am just a young pup who needs guidance and leadership. I'm learning that using my mouth is not a way to get attention, and I'm doing SO MUCH better at not being a mouthy puppy. I'm also learning basic manners like sit, stay, down, come, and leash walking without dragging my human along. I'm a typical young Weimer, so things need to be put away to keep me and stuff safe. My foster home has an invisible fence, and I learned the boundaries in one day (yeah I'm a pretty smart boy!) I'm super strong, so my foster mom has decided it's best for me to use a training collar for now for walking. It has made an amazing difference in my leash walking abilities, and I am now able to go on nice walks with my Weim puppy foster sister, Ivy. She's 15 weeks old and still pretty small, but I've been pretty good with her. Speaking of her, I love other dogs! At first I was a little rough and territorial with toys and water, but now that I know there are plenty to share, I'm doing better with that too. I love to play tug, and I like to steal whatever toys Ivy has. I mean hey, if she wants it, it must be special! My favorite game is tug either with a long toy, rope, or stick. But I'm also learning if I get a little too rough, the game ends, so I try to be as gentle as I can. I come with my own very large crate that I sleep in at night; just give me a kong with frozen peanut butter in it and I'll go right in. If I get a little lonely and whiney, my foster mom lies on the floor in front of my crate and I quickly settle down and go to sleep for the night. I haven't been crated much during the day because at my former house, the mom was home most of the time. Here at my foster home, my foster mom works at a doggy daycare, so I go with her and play with all the other dogs. This is the best thing ever. It wears me out, and I'm a super good boy when I get home. The moral of that story is I'd love to be in a home with another dog to play with, an active family, and lots of exercise. Because I sometimes forget that I'm such a big boy, I need to be in a home with older children (over 10) simply because I would knock little ones over accidentally, and I can be mouthy. I love everyone I meet, but I do like to bark when I see someone in the distance. I also do this in the car, so foster mom carries treats, and if I start to bark, she gives me a few and tells me "no bark" and I'm learning that treats are way better! I will soon be neutered and microchipped, and I'm up to date on all vaccines. I also have a 6 month supply of heart worm and flea preventative, my own kongs and slow feeder dishes, my special blanket, a really nice leash, and various toys and a large food container. If you are looking for a future running partner (when I’m old enough, which would be when I’m over a year old), snuggle bug, fun-loving handsome boy, I'm the one for you. I'm being fostered in the Indianapolis area. If you are interested in this Weim, please visit www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and fill out an adoption application. Please understand that we are all volunteers and have jobs outside of the rescue, etc. Once we receive your application and know that you are serious about adopting one of our Weimaraners an adoption coordinator will contact you. Also, foster homes are always in need for Weimaraners in our rescue. If you are interested in fostering, please visit www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and complete a foster application.
Adult, Male, Large
 . Marley .
 . Marley .  . Marley .  . Marley .
  • Weimaraner
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without cats
Hi, my name is Marley! Some of you may remember seeing and reading about me a couple weeks ago, along with my brother, Blue, on the LWR Facebook page. I am 5 years old, 76# in weight, and I have a shiny silver coat. I spent my life chained up outside until a few weeks ago when I was surrendered to LWR. A very veteran foster family took me into their home, and I am living the good life. I don’t understand why people call me Marley and tell me to “sit” or “get on the couch,” but I sure have learned that when I do sit, I get a yummy treat. I am very well behaved, I won’t jump on you, and I love to lie next to you on the floor. I recently realized that the couch is much more comfortable, and my foster family doesn’t mind that I climb up there to rest. I love being with you, and I will put my head in your lap while you rub on my head, neck, and back. I love head and neck rubs mostly, and I will nudge you when you try to stop petting me. I am a good boy when I have been left for a couple hours on my own. I sleep on my doggy bed in the bedroom at night, and I sleep through the night. I have to be honest, I do not like cats or rabbits, and I will try to get ahold of them. My prey instinct goes into over drive, and I will hurt them. I live with 2 female Weims, 1 male Weim, and a female English bulldog. We all get along, but I think I would much rather have my humans all to myself. I love big people, and little people. My foster mom’s baby nieces come to visit a lot, and I like to look after them while they sleep. I even let the 3-year-old sit on me and love all over my face. I have only had two accidents in the house, and it was because I was so preoccupied with watching the cats out the window, I decided to pee where I was standing instead of going outside. A nice family wanted to adopt me a while back, but for some reason I didn’t want to share the attention with their older male Weim. I growled at him anytime he came near me. My foster family is not sure why I did that, as I have never once had any issues with my current foster brothers and sisters, even when they boss me around and eat my food. A couple weeks ago, my foster mom said that my hips looked a little funny and had the Veterinarian take xrays of my hips. They said I have some moderate hip dysplasia and that I would be fine with using a supplement for my joints called Synovi G4. I should take this for the rest of my life. It costs about $30/month. I had a fatty tumor removed and still have some swelling it that area, but the vet says it will just take some time for the swelling to completely resolve. I am being fostered in Shepherdsville KY, which is outside Louisville. I am up to date on my vaccinations, heartworm negative and on preventative, neutered, microchipped and ready for my new home! I would make the best companion for a lucky family. If you are interested in this Weim, please visit www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and fill out an adoption application. Please understand that we are all volunteers and have jobs outside of the rescue, etc. Once we receive your application and know that you are serious about adopting one of our Weimaraners an adoption coordinator will contact you. Also, foster homes are always in need for Weimaraners in our rescue. If you are interested in fostering, please visit www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and complete a foster application.
Adult, Male, Large
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