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!
Handsome Nash needed a new home when his guardian was hospitalized. The home we found for Nash is pure magic with 3 family
members who are totally devoted to Weimaraners, having rescued 4 in the past. Dad says that Weimaraners are truly in his soul & he
shares every moment with them. They travel with the family everywhere.
Nash will have lots of activities, playing ball & frisbee in the backyard & jogging with the kids. On weekends & holidays the family will go
camping or hiking nearby & also visit the one of the five local Dog Parks. Nash will also enjoy the dog beach for romps in the water &
swimming. Dad says Nash is super smart, a sweetie, well behaved & a pure joy! At the end of an action packed day, Nash will snuggle
with the family & share Dad's bed. We are so happy for Nash!
When I first picked up Hudson to foster him, I’d never met such a scared and nervous dog. I was skeptical about him ever being adoptable.
However, as the weeks went by we shared many runs, walks, and hikes together. He was putting on needed weight and building muscle,
becoming the healthy athletic dog that he now is. He is a fun companion to have on hikes and walks, and almost every time we’re out I get
compliments on his handsomeness. He usually behaves well on a leash, seems to thrive when out being active, and continues to evolve
into more of a “normal” dog. He has been learning to meet other people and dogs, and has shown nothing but improvement in all areas.
He’s great inside the house, good with riding in the car, and has now had many wiggly waggly moments of excitement and happiness.
When he was finally determined ready to be adopted, I prepared myself – or so I thought. But when it came down to it, I realized what a
hidden gem he is, one that is going to shine even more in the future with continued love, training, and a feeling of security. How could I not
hold on to this wonderful boy?
Hudson's favorite activites are accompanying Mom on jogs, walks & hikes & of course mealtime!!! Hudson's obsession with squirrels has
earned him a new nickname, Chief Squirrel Patrol Officer (CSPO)!
Hope was attacked by two dogs while living on the streets in Tijuana. She was rescued by her "Hero" & taken to the vet & hospitalized.
After a brief stay with a foster, Hope went back to the vet hospital until we could arrange for her transport across the border. Her new
Mom & Dad skillfully nursed her back to health. Now Hope looks like the Pampered Princess that she is & not the street dog that she was!
Hope is getting lots of love & attention from her Stay-at-Home Mom & Dad in their Rancho Mirage home. It's a true Fairy Tale Happy
Ending (or beginning!) for Hope!
Pretty Porsche was a shelter dog who just needed a new start! Her new family, including Pepper, the rescued Lhasa/Terrier cross, was
still mourning the loss of their beloved Weimaraner boy, so they moved quickly to adopt her! In true storybook fashion, they are all
thrilled with each other! Porsche does not like to be left alone, so having Mom & Dad work from home suits her just fine!
Porsche is getting used to the family routine...a good long walk in the morning, then a post lunch-time walk followed by many fun play
time breaks in the yard! A long after dinner walk leads to the neighborhood park in Novato where Porsche & Pepper play with other dogs.
NCWR is so happy for Porsche!
McLaren needed a new home when his guardian was hospitalized but no worries for McLaren as we were able to match him with a new
family that has been part of the NCWR Family since 2005! McLaren's new home is in Los Altos where he will enjoy being a constant
companion to his new Mom & Dad. This lucky boy also has a visiting Cocker Spaniel to play with! McLaren has already bonded with his
new Mom & in true Weimaraner style, follows her everywhere!
|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
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
hours once you return to work, we will not place a dog with you.