Sunday, September 25th, 2016

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Name: Kaydon Age 4 Yr Sex: M

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Name: Doug Age 3.5 Yr Sex: M

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Name: Harper Age 3 Yr Sex: M

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Name: Gunnar Age 3 Yr Sex: M

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Sadie and Spooky

Name: Sadie and Spooky Age 8 Yr Sex: M&F

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Help Leilani and Give Thanks!

Friends, As we begin to remember then things that make us thankful at the beginning of the holiday season, we ask you to help Leilani. As a volunteer and donation funded organization, Atlanta Weimaraner Club Rescue’s primary mission is to save sick and unwanted pets that come to us through shelters and families who are unable to continue to care for their pets. We accept these pets without... [Read more]

Weimaraner 101

Adopting A Rescue From AWCR

The Atlanta Weimaraner Club Rescue uses a common process in its rescue program. You will find this to be the case with any reputable rescue organization. Potential homes are screened carefully to make sure they can provide an appropriate environment. We are glad to have phone conversations and communicate by email. We have a pre-adoption application, a vet check on current and prior animals, a home... [Read more]

Are You Ready for A Weimaraner Rescue?

Read and answer all of these questions to yourself! The most important step is to look at yourself, your home, your family and the time and money you have available and ask yourself: Is it ok if I have dog hair in my house, nose prints on my windows, a chewed corner on the sofa, mud on the carpet? Is it ok if a wet dog comes in the house, rides in the car and spends time trying to dry herself off... [Read more]

About The Weimaraner Breed

Appearance This breed’s short and very smooth gray coat and its unusual eyes give it a regal appearance different from any other breed. The eyes of the Weimaraner may be light amber, gray, or blue-gray. The coat may range from charcoal-blue to mouse-gray to silver-gray. This coloring has also lead to the breed the nickname ‘silver ghost’ or ‘gray ghost.’ The coat is extremely... [Read more]

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