Weims Looking for Love

The senior Weims you see here are available for adoption. We share all of the information we have on the dogs, but it is common to have no background as the seniors come to us as strays or owner-surrenders to shelters where little data is gathered. We will tell you what we know and have discovered during their time with us.

If you have unanswered questions about a particular senior, please let us know. See our Contact Us page for methods.

 

Rylie

Rylie is a typical Weim girl and enjoys other dogs and people. She is crate trained and loves car rides. Rylie could use some work on her leash-walking skills. She takes medicine for hip dysplasia and needs a home without stairs.

Rylie is a sweet girl who found herself in need of our help through no fault of her own. Her lifelong human family grew and there was no time left for her to get the time and attention she needed.  

Rylie is currently in the Dallas, TX area, but we can transport her to the right home. Could you give a girl a second chance?  If so, please fill out our application:  https://senior-moments-weimaraners.com/who-we-are/adoption-information/
 
 

Heidi
 
Heidi (10 and 68#), was saved from a Texas shelter, and is now fostered in Ohio. She is house-trained, crate trained and knows basic commands. She is leash-trained and fine with most dogs, but prefers to be the only dog in the home.  She loves car rides and people. Heidi likes to hang out on the back of the couch and is a stealthy counter-surfer.

Heidi is up-to-date on vetting, heart worm negative and microchipped. She had her spleen removed while in rescue, but is fine now. We can arrange transport within a day’s drive of her OH foster home if distance is an issue.

To see more photos of Heidi, click here: https://www.petfinder.com/dog/heidi-44246659/oh/vandalia/senior-moments-weimaraners-inc-mi916/

 

 
Duke
 
Duke is a 45# peanut of a boy.  He’s 11-12 years old.  He lived outdoors 24/7 for many years and is beginning treatment for heart worms.  He’s a quiet, snuggly boy and is doing great with housetraining.  A home with a doggie door would be a plus, but not absolutely necessary.  He’s scared of thunderstorms and fireworks, but handles them with Rescue Remedy before the noise starts.
 
Duke would be a great companion for almost anyone.  He LOVES to be on the couch or in bed with his people.  No signs of resource guarding and good around other dogs.
 
Duke needs a home where he can go through his heart worm treatment (at our expense).  He is currently in TX, but we’ll help transport him to the right home.  We look forward to hearing from you!
 

 
Shyla
 
Shyla is 10-12 years old and was a breeding dog dumped at animal control when she was very ill with pyometra and severely underweight. She is now healthy and ready for her happily ever after.

She is a super sweet little peanut (50# or a little less) – great with people and dogs and loves to carry stuffed toys around. We have no idea how she is with kids or cats.

She is currently in the Dallas, TX area but willing to move. She is housebroken and free-roams in the house (not crate trained).

To see more photos of Shyla, click here: https://www.petfinder.com/dog/shyla-45109424/tx/carrollton/senior-moments-weimaraners-inc-mi916/

 
 
Chloe
 
Chloe and Faith lost their home to Hurricane Michael in Florida. They are a bonded pair of 11-ish-year-old girls who need a new place to lay their heads.

Chloe is a sweet 80# girl who loves car rides. She is strong and could use work on her leash manners. She free-roams up to eight hours during the workday. She likes people and most dogs, but is not cat-safe. Let’s just say her pic is on the Most Wanted wall at the Feline FBI. A home with chickens and such would also not be a good fit.

The girls will only be adopted together. They are located in the Florida Panhandle but we will arrange transport within a two-day drive.
 
 
 
 
Faith
 
Faith is a sweet 94# girl who loves car rides and likes to go for walks. She free-roams up to eight hours during the workday. She likes people and dogs, but is not cat-safe. She is healthy, but could use some extra walks and maybe a d-i-e-t (ssshhh, don’t tell her that!).

The girls will only be adopted together. They are located in the Florida Panhandle but we will arrange transport within a two-day drive.