AVAILABLE WEIMS

 . Annie .
 . Annie .  . Annie .  . Annie .  . Annie .
  • Weimaraner
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without cats
UPDATED HI! My name is Annie! I'm super cute, right? I'm two years old, and a dainty 53 pounds. But I’m not your typical girl. I love my foster brothers, but I actually love being on my own more. I love to play with just people or I’m content playing by myself. 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 say I’m the perfect mixture of sass and energy! 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. I love to sleep in your bed, but I tend to destroy dog beds. Heck, I love towels and blankets and will help myself to any that are around. I do, however, know how to eat like a lady. I will 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! I'm slowly making the humans think I can behave, but I will benefit from some additional training. I am super inquisitive about everything, and I don’t miss a thing! I do need a secure, fenced yard in my new home, and probably it would be best if you didn’t have cats or other small, furry animals/pets. 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! You can’t be a pushover with me or I will run you over, lovingly, of course. I will need guidelines in my new home, and I’ll need to be trained with respect, kindness, fairness, and treats! Harsh training methods will not work for me. I’m also not the kind of girl who is going to do well at dog parks or meeting other dogs on a regular basis. I have some anxiety about this. I can get along with other dogs, I live with 3 male Weimaraners now, but it takes some strategy and dog knowledge to keep us all happy together. I have been working with a trainer who is happy to consult with my new family after adoption. Right now I’m focusing on learning “impulse control.” My foster mom calls me "Annie Banannie." Will you call me "yours?" I’m currently being fostered in Franklin, OH, which is between Cincinnati and Dayton, OH. I’m spayed, up to date on vaccinations, microchipped, heartworm negative and on preventative. 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
 . Molly .
 . Molly .  . Molly .  . Molly .  . Molly .
  • Weimaraner
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without cats
Hi, my name is Molly, but my foster parents call me Velcro, because I just love to be with you and will follow you all around the house. There is nothing I love more than cuddling with you on the couch. They also tell me that I am one of the quietest and sweetest Weimaraners they have ever met. I am a petite girl, weighing just 54 pounds, with a lovely blue coat and a full tail that just won't stop wagging. I am around 5 years old. I was found as a stray and taken to a shelter in 2014. My family came and picked me up, but then I strayed again this year, ended up in the same shelter, and nobody came to get me this time. Luckily for me, LWR pulled me out, and now I am staying in a foster home in Cincinnati until I find my forever home. My foster parents don't know much else about me. They have noticed that I do get scared quite easily by sudden movements or noises. I love going out for car rides, I travel very well, and I don't even bark in the car. I have not had much, if any, training, and I do pull on the leash a little when I'm on a flat collar, but I am working on getting better. I love everyone that I meet, big or small, so I think that I will do well with children, but maybe not too young (no kids under 10 to live with). If a dog barks at me, I do bark back. When I see dogs on a walk, I do pull to go and see them, sometimes I bark and sometimes I want to play, so I will need someone who understands doggie language and behavior. I will do well as a single dog. If I am introduced properly, I will probably do well with a buddy too. I do not need to be crated, and have been left alone for up to four hours in the house with no problems. I am alert and have a strong prey drive. Whenever I see a duck, a deer or even a squirrel I want to give chase. I love the woods for all the delicious smells. Often my nose is in the air just inhaling all the sweet odors. I would like to live safely with a fence, but not an invisible fence, or you will need to take me out on a leash if you don’t have a fence at all. My foster parents noticed that I struggle to get up off the hardwood floor, so they had some x-rays taken of my hips, knees and back. The x-rays turned out pretty good, though I do have some osteoarthritis in my knees and my hip socket joint is a little shallow. I will need to be on a supplement to help my joints, but I am already getting stronger with the exercise that I do. I will need someone who has the time to walk me every day. Right now I am on Synovi G4 Joint Health Soft Chews and Flexadin Advanced, neither of which are prescription products. I may periodically need pain meds and/or anti-inflammatories if I overdo it. I would also benefit from cold laser therapy, swimming, and acupuncture. Oh, and I have a BB pellet in my back, but it doesn’t cause any problems. I am up to date on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped, heartworm negative and on preventative. You can visit me in Cincinnati! 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
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