Harley is a a happy, friendly puppy who was picked up as a stray. He is delighting his new Mom & Dad with his
sweet & calm nature. Harley loves his new house mate, Gracie, a 3 year old female Weimaraner girl. Mom & Dad
says he loves to snuggle in bed... he's good at it! His new parents are retired, so Harley & Gracie get lots of attention.
Harley, Gracie & family go for long trail walks or romp in a nearby fenced meadow every morning & have
afternoon play sessions.
Poor Hudson had to wait in the shelter for 2 months waiting for a Parvo breakout to settle down. But NCWR has
found him a perfect home where he is the center of his parent's world! His Dads say that Hudson is a really special,
wonderful, openhearted boy. He is easy going, confident, nice to be around & smart! Hudson was introduced to
Doggy Day Care & immediately hit it off with the staff & his new playmates. Hudson & his new family will hike in the
woods near their Berkeley home daily. His Dads say they are happy & blessed that Hudson came home with
them...we're sure Hudson feels the same way.
Mia & Cooper have had a lot of changes in their young lives but are now in their Forever Home in Manteca, with one
of NCWR's most trusted Foster Moms. Cooper & his litter mate, Mia, were left on their own, as young puppies when
their owner was evicted. A kindly neighbor took them in, but changes in their life, prevented them from giving the
litter mates the attention & exercise that they deserve. Adopting 2 young dogs was the furthest plan thing from
Foster Mom's plans, but she soon realized that Mia & Cooper were the cutest bonded pair ever! They play with the
same toy & sleep on the same bed. We at NCWR are so happy that Mia & Cooper can stay together Forever!
Ruger was found in Southern California on Christmas Eve after he was hit by a car. Ultimately he needed surgery to
amputate the necrotic area of his tail. Lucky for Ruger, his sad days are over & his new Dad says "Ruger is in his
forever home with a family that already loves him!". Ruger's new life includes Dad & his new playmate, Hannah,
the 6 year old Weimaraner. His new home is in Wofford Heights with National Forest out the back gate where Dad,
Ruger & Hannah will take 1 to 2 mile daily walks or go to the lake only 1/4 mile away. They will also go fishing,
hunting & do some bird training. Dad says Ruger is a little sweetheart & loves to be held & talked to.
Rosey was adopted from a shelter when she was very young, but her new family had no time to exercise her.
Rosey's new Dad is retired so she will have a full time companion! Rosey gets to snuggle with Dad on the bed &
hopefully will learn to retrieve a ball! They will have many adventures on their daily walks & beach visits near
their San Luis Obispo home. Dad says Rosey is very sweet & settling in well!
Gracie was acquired as a puppy, but then given to her owner's mother. Now that her current owner is moving into a
smaller place with no acreage, she has no means to exercise Gracie. Gracie's Foster Mom fell in love with her
immediately & now exercising Gracie is a life style! Gracie & family will enjoy excursions to the river, visits to the
Dog Park near their Elk Grove home, coastal vacations in the family RV & even Brunch at a favorite downtown
restaurant! Gracie's new housemates include 2 dogs, a Pitbull, a Chihuahua/Terrier Mix & 3 kitties, Black Cat who
is brave & loves Gracie, Piggy, who loves to follow Gracie & Ozzy.
Remi's previous owners were too busy with kids to give him the attention he needed. Now Remi has Work-at-Home
Parents who work with him twice a day & his own personal trainer! Remi's personality is emerging everyday... he
has found his bark! He loves to chase his ball & creates his own little games of how he will run to catch the ball.
Remi even did well at his first family outing. Dad says Remi is a great dog so he is in his Forever Home in Walnut
Creek! Good boy Remi!
Hansel was found running the streets with his sister Gretel, but good natured boy that he is, he adjusted well to his
Foster Home. This lucky boy was scooped up by one of our favorite adopters, who are lifelong Weimaraner
aficionados! Hansel now has 2 housemates, Ana, a 6 year old Catahoula Leopard girl & Mouse, the 6 year old house
bunny. Hansel will have very little alone time as Dad is retired & will take Hansel & Ana romping near the
Sacramento River, 2 blocks from their Red Bluff home. They will also visit the family's other properties with many
acres to explore. Hansel may also experience hunting with his new Dad! Dad says Hansel & Ana immediately
bonded. His new family is delighted to have Hans & love him dearly!
|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.