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.
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.
We are not currently considering applicants outside N CA.
Rawley was a stray boy in need of some love! His 2 Foster Families nursed him through his medical issues & helped him to regain his
confidence. NCWR had the perfect family just waiting for him! His new Dad is a huge fan of the breed since he comes from a family that has
had Weimaraners for over 56 years! Having just lost his beloved 12 year old Weimaraner boy to cancer, he needed a new buddy for Ada, his 5 year old Weimaraner girl.
Rawley’s new home is on acreage in the mountains of Volcano. So with a Stay-at-Home Dad, Ada as his new friend & a home in the mountains, Rawley is a happy camper. Dad, Rawley & Ada hike on the mountain trials daily.mmNCWR couldn’t be happier for Rawley in his new life!
Rufus was purchased when he was an 8 old week puppy but his family was raising 2 children & had no time to train or exercise him.
We had the perfect match just waiting for a boy like Rufus! Rufus’s new Dad had adopted Samsun from NCWR in 2009 & lost him last year so
they were ready to fall in love again.
Rufus, his new Dad & 7 year old human playmate connected immediately; Rufus completed the family! Rufus will have an exciting life
accompanying Dad on bike rides in their Elk Grove neighborhood & going on fishing trips! Rufus loved his first time on the boat & is a natural!
Cindy Lou was purchased to be a Service Dog but had too much energy for the family & was bored with the level of inactivity afforded to her.
She was placed in one of our Gold Star Foster homes & worked her magic! 6 year old Loki, rescued from NCWR in 2019 recognized her as his
soul mate & campaigned Mom to keep her!
Cindy Lou & Loki enjoy many neighborhood walks around their San Francisco neighborhood as well as trips to Glen Canyon & Fort Funston for long hikes! NCWR is thrilled that Cindy Lou has a family to call her own!
Three year old littermates Lewis & Clark needed a new home when their guardian had to relocate due to work demands. Their new home was a
match made in Rescue Heaven as their new Mom & Dad had lost their pair of “Boyz”, adopted from NCWR several years ago & wanted more
than anything to add these two boys to their family!
Lewis & Clark were not allowed on furniture previously so imagine their delight when they were invited onto the massive sectional for evening
snuggles! But wait, it gets better… Lewis & Clark get to sleep in the King size bed bought specifically for Mom & Dad’s former “sons”, when their
Queen size bed was too small for the family! Their Santa Rosa neighborhood has several great parks with lots of trails & open areas. Sounds
like Lewis & Clark will be thoroughly enjoying their new life!
Beautiful Belle was adopted several months ago but her new Dad had to go to a rehab facility.
Belle has a whole new family now to care for her! Belle’s new family includes her doting Mom & resident cockatiel Cookie!
Mom’s family of son, daughter & 3 human playmates live in a second home on the property.
Lucky Belle has a beautiful pool with several decks & a large fenced front yard. Mom & Belle walk twice a day. The kids keep her busy & open
country for romping is only a few blocks away. Several dogs that live nearby are available for play dates! Belle will be a busy girl!
Jack was purchased from a backyard breeder when he was a puppy, but his new Mom did not have enough time to devote to him & he was
escaping. So Jack was surrendered to NCWR. But Jack is in a happy place now with an entire family to call his own, 3 human playmates, a 10
year old Vizsla girl, a 9 1/2 year old English Bulldog girl, a new Mom & a new Dad who loves to train!
The family lost their Weimaraner boy several years ago & always knew they wanted to add another Weimaraner to their pack. Amazingly
enough, Jack reminds Dad of their beloved Popa, whom they lost…ccc Dad says that Jack is a big lovable ham, who just wants to be loved &
please his new family.
Their Redwood City area has many Dog Parks, trails & off leash areas. Jack & his new family run & hike daily in their Redwood Shores
Gunner was found wandering the streets of Visalia & taken to Animal Services. As he was microchipped, Animal Services attempted to reach
the owners but were unsuccessful. When our previous adopters who suffered the loss of their 3 rescued Weimaraners in the last year saw
Gunner’s photo, they knew they had to meet him! They were convinced that their beloved Riley spoke to them from Heaven about sweet
Gunner will be happy to follow Mom around the house or accompany Dad to work. Mom says that Gunner is a Daddy’s Boy! Gunner & his new
family walk or run 3 miles daily near their Livermore home. They will enjoy longer hikes on the weekends!
Happy 2021 Gunner!
Lincoln has been with his family since he was a young puppy but as he has grown, his family realized that he does not get enough attention or
exercise. Luckily, NCWR had just the right family waiting in the wings for a boy just like Lincoln!
Lincoln’s new family has rescued Weimaraners for many years & were ready to add to their Weimaraner family. Lincoln has 2 new
housemates, 10 year old rescue girl, Samantha & Bruno Mars the hamster. With Mom & Dad retired & a Grand Dogfather at home, Lincoln will
never be alone…a Weimaraner’s dream!
Lincoln & Samantha enjoy walks with Mom & Dad & romping in their large Nevada play yard!
Bristol & her littermate were purchased together as puppies from a breeder advertising on Facebook but the dynamics with other canine family
members did not work out. Bristol has hit the Rescue Dog Lottery & has been adopted by one of NCWR’s Gold Star Adopters! Bristol’s new
parents are avid Weimaraner Lovers who have adopted from & fostered for NCWR many times.
Bristol has a new kitty friend, Annie & a Doggy Play Group for socialization. Bristol also loves hiking with her family daily in the Shingle
Springs area near her home.Lucky Bristol will have an exciting life as she will begin training in agility & Scent Work!
Neisha, a beautiful Blue girl, was very loved in her previous home but unfortunately her owner suffered from severe allergies that got
progressively worse. Neisha’s new family recently lost their 14 year old rescued Weimaraner girl so Neisha has a big void to fill in their hearts.
Mom says that Neisha immediately stole their hearts when they met!
Neisha & family will take several walks a day on the bike paths in their Larkspur neighborhood. They will also enjoy hikes on Mt Tam & visits
to the beach! Neisha’s family say that she is an absolute love & they feel so incredibly lucky to have her!
Happy 2021 to Neisha & her new family!