|OUR CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT IN 2016 was our acquisition of 5 pups from a volunteer's accidental breeding.
We placed all 5 in wonderful homes & the mother has been spayed. Here are their forever home stories:
Greta (AKA Jersey) now lives on a 10 acre ranch in Cottonwood with a couple who has had Weimaraners for 50 years.
The adopters are ranchers who are home all the time. Greta will have a magical ranch life, visiting the Nubian goats, 4
horses, chickens, 2 kitties & romping with an Australian Shepherd & Great Pyrenees. Greta loves sleeping on the bed &
cuddling on the couch with Mom & Dad.
Luna (AKA Cameron) is now living in Santa Rosa with a family that includes a stay at home Mom & NCWR rescue dogs
Brownies & Zora! The whole family is so excited to have her. Zoey likes to romp with Zora & snuggle with Brownie!
Zoey (AKA Brooklyn) now lives in Marina with parents who have opposing schedules, so no alone time for this
puppy! Zoey will enjoy the beach life! Mom says Zoey is rambunctious, sweet & very smart!
Mia Simone (AKA Simone) now lives on a 10 acre ranch in Valley Forge, with stay at home parents & 2 Weimaraner
friends, Maximus & Maggie. Mom says Mia Simone is a treasure & beautiful in very way!
Sherman has a new family, Mom, Dad, 3 human playmates, Kero adopted from NCWR in 2015 & a kitty!
Sherman, Kero & family will have lots of daily exercise consisting of walks in their Rohnert Park neighborhood & play time.
They will accompany the family on dog friendly errands, go on hikes, visit dog friendly beaches & the dog park. Sherman is a
Although Cash had been with his family since he was a puppy, a medical condition forced the family to give him up.
Cash is a happy, well adjusted boy who took no time charming his new Foster Mom. So Cash is now "Home for the Holidays"
with hisnew Mom in Moraga. Happy New Year Cash! Mom says Cash is a great dog who loves his toys as much as his walks.
He has already made a walking friend, Pepe the Lab who belongs to one of Mom's friends. The East Bay Mud Trails are just
down the street have become a favorite destination for both Cash & his new family. When at home, he hangs out in the living
room with his new pack, roams the yard with over a dozen fruit trees while Dad does yard work, plays fetch with anyone who
will throw his lacrosse ball."The family adopted Cash for Mom's Birthday, so here's a pic of Mom & her Birthday present!
Milo has been anxious ever since his housemate was rehomed a year ago. But this year, Milo got the best Christmas
present ever, a new Forever Home! & not just any home... Milo landed in foster with NCWR's former Adopter of the Year &
scored the home of his dreams! Dad says Milo is playing & getting along well with Luna & Winnie, adopted from NCWR this
year. Dad, Milo, Luna & Winnie take 2 mile walks daily near their Reno home. Merry Christmas Milo!
Shadow had a rough start in life. Shadow & littermate, Hazel were surrendered to the shelter for constantly escaping
their yard. They were most likely kept outdoors their entire lives. Shadow also endured 2 surgeries for entropian lower lids
while under NCWR's care. Thanks to a wonderful Foster Mom, Shadow is now well adjusted, trusting, kind & gentle. Shadow's
new family, Mom, Dad & 3 children, met him while visiting their neighbor & they fell in love! Dad says his little girl is in love
with Shadow. The family looks forward to lots of play & walks with him & Dad looks forward to retiring so he can take Shadow
fishing & hiking!
Parker, was a stray with no family to call his own, until now! Parker has a new Mom & Dad & a new housemate, Sasha,
a 7 year old Weimaraner girl. Mom says Parker has been a good boy & is loving his new life as a spoiled house dog! She says he
is a joy & a love bug & likes to put his head in Mom's lap to get his ears rubbed. Parker & Sasha will take walks & hikes around
their home. The "kids" will go on family trips & go to family gatherings.
Milla, formerly known as Dynah, stole her Foster Mom's heart the day they met! Milla's new Mom is a valued
member of NCWR's team & a former Weim Mom, so Milla is in very capable hands to say the least. Mom & Milla will have a
busy social life, having play dates with dog friends & going to the dog park near their San Jose home. They'll have an active
life style too, jogging, hiking, roller blading & taking trips to the beach.
Lexie had been in her home since she was a puppy, but at 8 years old when divorce divided the family, she needed a
new home. Lexie's Mom could not take her & when her Dad threatened to take her to a shelter, she was surrendered to NCWR.
Lexie's new Mom & long time Weimaraner lover, fell for her on the spot. Lexie will go to work with Mom & they'll go on walks &
hikes near their San Luis Obispo home.
Willow, formerly Rada, found herself in a less than perfect situation (apartment living!) for her & needed a
"Weimaraner Friendly" home! Willow's new Mom & Dad were looking for a dog to take to the many off leash beaches & dog
parks near their Santa Ynez home & also, someone to accompany Mom on her two hour walks near the Santa Ynez River
several times a week. Willow is willing! Willow has her own pack now, Bear, a 9 year old black lab, Daisy an 8 year old
Chihuahua & Gunner , a 7 year old Dachshund mix. Willow will also attend obedience classes. Congratulations on your new
Not all dogs reported as adopted here are featured on this site. Sometimes a
home-approved family is ready when the right dog comes into our care.
|Even though you don't see your perfect dog
here today, we get new dogs all the time.
Many dogs never post to our site as the right,
approved home is waiting when the dog
comes to us. It is important to become
home-approved to be on that list.
Our adoption fees vary per
adoption but range from
nothing to $450 depending on
These fees help defray our costs
for vet care, shots, spay &
neuter, boarding and
Our most urgent need continues to be foster homes.
If you can help, please fill out an application or
contact us at email@example.com
- submit an application
- we'll call you for a phone interview
- one of our volunteers will contact you to arrange a home visit
- once we have a dog we think is a good fit, we'll arrange for you to meet him/her
- if that goes well, you can take the dog on a trial basis
BECAUSE WEIMS CAN BE RAMBUNCTIOUS, WE DON'T PLACE THEM IN HOMES
WITH CHILDREN YOUNGER THAN 5 YEARS OLD.