Belle's family has had her since she was a puppy  but as they were moving to Hawaii, they decided to rehome her.  Belle's new Dad was
looking for a dog to treat as a queen & a Weimaraner was his dream dog so he was elated to adopt her!

Belle' s new Dad found himself without a dog for the first time in his entire life & was looking for a companion to be with 24/7.  Dad &
Belle will play fetch in their spacious back yard in Vallejo & have romps with Belle's new Bestie, an 8 month old Australian Shepherd mix
who visits weekly.  Dad says he loves her so much already!

4 year old Blue moved to California from Texas to live with family temporarily, but a family member was allergic to dogs so Blue was
surrendered to NCWR.  Blue's very experienced foster parents & Weimaraner lovers were failed fosters almost from the start as Blue is a
charmer!  Blue & the resident Weim girl, Belle were immediate pals & get along great!

Mom says that Blue is a beautiful, sweet boy & is already happy & comfortable in his new home!  Mom & Dad say it's a little crowded on
the bed! That's what we like to hear!

Jaeger totally charmed his Foster Parents who have decided that they coughtn't imagine life without him!  Jaeger was surrendered by his
guardians who owned a boarding & training facility but neglected to fully socialize him.

Mom & Dad work from home so Jaeger never has to be alone.  Jaeger & his new family enjoy their Truckee neighborhood & water sports
around Lake Tahoe.  Mom says that Jaeger is such a good, sweet boy & has completely embraced his new home!

This handsome Blue puppy was surrendered to NCWR when his previous guardians realized that they were not prepared for the high
activity level of a young Weimaraner boy. But his new Weim experienced parents knew just what they wanted & that was Axl Rose!

Axl now has the dream life of travelling with his new Mom & Dad & visiting other Weimaraners for playdates.  Dad & Axl work on
obedience daily, so that he can continue to be a great companion & family dog.  Mom & Dad say Axl is such a good boy with a fun
personality & they feel blessed to have him.  Axl & family take daily hikes near their Redding home.  Hugs to you, Axl!

Moby was surrendered to NCWR when his family lost their income.  But Moby could not have found a more perfect family who was ready
to dote on him!  Moby's new family includes a human playmate & a Work-from-Home Mom & Dad! Mom says Moby is well behaved & a doll

Moby & his new family will enjoy a lot of hiking & running on Mt Tam from their Mill Valley home.  NCWR couldn't be happier for Moby...he
is a true family dog & companion!

10 year old Kiki was surrendered to NCWR because her guardian had to care for his elderly relatives but Kiki has landed nicely on her feet
(paws!) in a wonderful home that welcomes the senior girls!  Her new Mom works from home so Mom & Kiki will be inseparable.  Kiki will
have many daily walks & has not one, but two sunny decks for her sunbathing pleasure!

As Mom has supported the Weim Country Gala for years by donating her snuggly fleece blankets, we're sure that Kiki will have her own
"wardrobe" of blankies, just for her.  Wait until Kiki discovers the family cabin!  Bonus!  Mom says they are VERY happy that Kiki has
joined the family!

Kahula was surrendered after having an altercation with a neighborhood dog but she has now been united with her new Dad!  Kahula &
Dad had a real adventure visiting several states on the way to their home in Idaho.  Kahula's job is to heal her new Dad's heart after the
recent loss of his beloved Buckaroo.  She was meant for this & brings joy to Dad's heart every day!  Kahula is a social butterfly with many
dog friends that she meets daily for romps at the river!

Tess was in need of a new home when her adoring guardian, a beloved & esteemed NCWR Volunteer, suddenly died.  NCWR lost an ardent
Weimaraner Lover & friend. Tess's new parents had wanted to add a Weimaraner to their family for several years, so when Tess became
available, they jumped at the chance!  Tess's new Mom grew up around Weimaraners & has expertise in the field of dog training as a dog
sitter & trainer where she worked with many Weims.

Lucky Tess has landed in Doggy Paradise on acreage in Santa Barbara which leads on to many trails in Montecito & is only 15 minutes
from the dog beach. Tess's new Doggy Grand Parents live in the adjoining property with her new Labrador Retriever playmates, Pride &
Joy!  Mom & Dad work from home, so Tess will have constant companionship. Tess will have an active lifestyle with two daily hikes &
longer weekend hikes with neighbors & their dogs!  NCWR couldn't be happier for beautiful Tess.

At NCWR, we love to write happy endings, so we couldn't wait to write this one! We rescued Mercy from squalid conditions & now her
residence is a 23 acre ranch!  Mercy's new housemate is Brady, a 6 year old Standard Poodle, recently rescued. Mom & Dad work from
home so Mercy & Brady have constant companionship.

Mercy's new home in the country includes two horses & a barn kitty. Mercy & Brady love their daily routine,  following Mom & Dad around
the ranch & helping them do ranch chores. They log 3 to 5 miles around the ranch & with their twice daily walks & runs, Mercy & Brady
are getting plenty of fresh air & exercise!  Mercy is a Country girl now!
Available Weims in Northern California
Even though you don't see your perfect dog here today,
don't despair. We constantly get new dogs. 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.

We cannot place dogs in homes with kids younger
than 5 years old.  Weimaraners can be too
rambunctious for toddlers.
As your beloved one nears end
of life, here is a wonderful way
to keep an image of them close
to your heart, a sterling silver
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Because of the virus, we have few dogs to place and lots of applications
allowing us to be quite picky.  Our perfect home is one where the dog
will have little or no alone time, good daily exercise and Weim
experience.  If your dog will be alone more than an occassional 1 or 2
once you return to work, we will not place a dog with you.