Sunday, March 24th, 2019


Name: Maddie Age: 11 mos Sex: F

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We are excited to introduce you to Maddie! Maddie was picked up as a stray in Morgan County with another weim, who we think was her mom. We think she is about 11 months old because she’s all the craziness that you would expect in a weim pup! She is currently in a foster home with a big brother (Waylon) that is teaching her the “ropes”. Here’s a message from her foster family:
“Maddie is an energetic 11 month old with beautiful hazel eyes. She enjoys running in the yard with her foster brother and is learning quickly how to walk on leash. Maddie sleeps well at night, the same can’t be said for other young Weimaraners. She is not house trained yet but is very close to it, like all puppies you need to keep an eye on them they have small bladders.
Maddie is startled by loud noises and movements, she has a very happy personality though. Her tail wags and wags when she is talked to and by far her favorite time of the day is when it’s time to eat – but, hey, she’s a weim! This girl lives for her food and she needs it as she is very thin. In fact, she needs to gain a little weight before we can spay her… but I’m sure she’s up for the challenge!”
Maddie will make a great companion to an active family with a yard or runners, because, as do all young weims, she needs a lot of stimulation and exercise! We will be looking for a home that has experience with weims or similar active breeds. She would probably do best in a home with older children and potentially another medium to large size dog. We don’t know how she is with cats at this point.
If you are interested in Maddie, please visit and submit an application.
If you are unable to adopt, please consider making a donation in her honor to help care for her and all of the weims that we save!

The AWCR uses a common process in its rescue program. Read about our Adoption Process procedures.

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2 Responses to “Maddie”
  1. Kathy Berns says:

    We’re very interested iMaddie. Our children are grown and we have no other pets. We have an enclosed backyard so she can get exercise. I have experience with Weiners & chessies. Please call us with questions.

  2. steve says:

    Hi, Maddie is available. Please use the contact us link or the adoption forms for more information


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