The senior Weims you see here are available for adoption or foster with our rescue partners. Please contact the rescues directly using the info in the posts.
Meet MoMo. Her momma has to go to an assisted living facility leaving MoMo looking for a new home. She is 9 years old, housebroken and crate trained. Mo is a super sweet girl, a little on the chunky side. She is good with children and all dogs. Unfortunately, she is heart worm positive, but AWR will pay for her treatment. They are looking for someone to FOSTER AND/OR ADOPT this loving girl. The immediate need is for a foster home to keep her through her heart worm treatment.
If you can help MoMo, contact email@example.com.
Molly needs a loving home to make up for the first eight hellish years she lived before rescue. She was rescued from an unethical breeder who bred her non-stop due to her rare genetics. Her coat is mottled in silver, gray, mouse brown and blue meaning she could produce solid silver, gray, mouse brown or blue puppies. She was chained in a dirty outdoor kennel with very little human interaction and no exercise. The breeder did throw 50# bags of food into the pen for her to eat. Her health has improved greatly at her foster home and she will be ready for her forever home after her upcoming spay surgery.
She has settled right into indoor living and loves attention from both big and little humans. She has a favorite bed and chair and likes to occupy her foster dad's lap. She has good recall and loves a good scent trail to follow. She's working on her leash manners. Molly likes to ride shotgun in the car and catches treats in the air at snack time (treats are popcorn, carrots, green beans and sugar peas as she still has a few pounds to lose).
Molly is not a girly-girl. She loves exploring the creek, swimming in the pond, rolling in mud and dead things and is relentless in her pursuit of cats, squirrels, chipmunks, moles, field mice, groundhogs, muskrats, beavers, turkeys, ducks, geese, deer and snakes. (A large secure fenced yard would be a good idea.)
She is housebroken and has the Weim gene for checking out the household trash cans.
To learn more about Molly or to apply to adopt her, go to www.louisvilleweimrescue.com and one of the LWR volunteers will be in touch.