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Louisville Weimaraner Rescue, Inc. Donations

If you are looking to simply donate a monetary amount to the LWR, you may do so clicking the button below.

Louisville Weimaraner Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit corporation, which has 501(c)(3) taxable contribution status with the IRS. Our objective is to find permanent, responsible owners for Weimaraners that come to our rescue through area shelters or private owners that, because of various situations, are unable to continue to keep their dogs. The first step in helping us find a family for a wonderful rescue dog is to fill out an application for adoption. This helps us by providing information about you, your home, your family, and gives us a general idea of what you are looking for in a family friend.

Please do not be impulsive in adopting a dog. Choosing a lifetime companion is a very important decision and not one to be done in haste. The Weims in our program are our first priority. We must be sure they are placed in homes where they will be loved and properly cared for. Some of these Weims have already been in multiple homes and our goal is to make sure they will not be moved around anymore.

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KENTUCKY/WEST VIRGINIA/INDIANA/OHIO
Denise King: President, Adoption Coordinator
Email: rescue@louisvilleweimrescue.com

Phone: (812) 256-3967
FAX: (812) 256-0249

Christina Barnhill: Relinquishment Coordinator
Email: cb@louisvilleweimrescue.com
Phone: (614) 871-3242

Jackie Pondy: Adoption Coordinator

Email: rescue-indy@louisvilleweimrescue.com
Phone: (317) 784-5574

Please call between 9 am - 8 pm

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