Weimaraner Rescue Directory

By Anne Taguchi | Last Updated: July 10, 2022

This is a comprehensive Weimaraner rescue directory for the United States (updated 10 July 2022). If you are looking to adopt or surrender a Weimaraner, please search your state and reach out to your local group for information.

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NationalSenior Moments Weimaraner RescueServes nation-wide, for Weimaraners 10 years old and up.
NationalGrayter Good Weimaraner RescueServes nation-wide for Weimaraners of all ages in the U.S.
ArizonaArizona Weimaraner RescueServes Arizona
ArizonaTickled Pink Weimaraner RescueServes the Arizona/New Mexico area
ArkansasArkansas Weimaraner RescueServes Arkansas
ArkansasWeim Rescue TexasServes Arkansas and North Texas area
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CaliforniaSouthern California Weimaraner RescueServes Southern California
CaliforniaNorthern California Weimaraner RescueServes Northern California
ColoradoMile High Weimaraner RescueServes Colorado and Utah
ColoradoGrey Ghost RescueServes Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota
DelawareTri-State Weimaraner RescueServes New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania
District of ColumbiaDC Area Weimaraner RescueServes the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
FloridaBig Dog Ranch RescueServes Florida
FloridaLifeline Dog RescueServes Central Florida
GeorgiaAtlanta Weimaraner Club RescueServes the Atlanta area
GeorgiaWeimaraner Rescue of the SouthServes Alabama, Mississippi and parts of Tennessee, Georgia and Louisiana
IdahoOregon Weimaraner RescueServes Oregon, Washington and Idaho
IllinoisGreat Lakes Weimaraner RescueServes the Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana (and Ontario, Canada)
IllinoisWeimaraner Club of Northern IllinoisServes Illinois and Missouri
IndianaGreat Lakes Weimaraner RescueServes the Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana (and Ontario, Canada)
IndianaLouisville Weimaraner RescueServes Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana and Ohio
IowaIowa Weimaraner RescueServes Iowa and Minnesota
IowaHeartland Weimaraner RescueServes Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma
KansasHeartland Weimaraner RescueServes Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma
KentuckyLouisville Weimaraner RescueServes Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana and Ohio
LouisianaWeimaraner Rescue of the SouthServes Alabama, Mississippi and parts of Tennessee, Georgia and Louisiana
MarylandDC Area Weimaraner RescueServes the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
MichiganGreat Lakes Weimaraner RescueServes the Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana (and Ontario, Canada)
MississippiWeimaraner Rescue of the SouthServes Alabama, Mississippi and parts of Tennessee, Georgia and Louisiana
MissouriHeartland Weimaraner RescueServes Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma
MissouriWonder Weims RescueServes Missouri, Nebraska and surrounding areas
NebraskaHeartland Weimaraner RescueServes Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma
NebraskaWonder Weims RescueServes Missouri, Nebraska and surrounding areas
NevadaLas Vegas Weimaraner RescueServes the Las Vegas Area
New JerseyTri-State Weimaraner RescueServes New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania
New MexicoTickled Pink Weimaraner RescueServes the Arizona/New Mexico area
New MexicoWeim Rescue TexasServes Arkansas and North Texas area
New YorkWeimaraner Rescue of the NorthServes New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
North CarolinaTarheel Weimaraner RescueServes North and South Carolina and Virginia
OhioGreat Lakes Weimaraner RescueServes the Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana (and Ontario, Canada)
OhioLouisville Weimaraner RescueServes Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana and Ohio
OhioWeim Friends RescueServes the Greater Cincinnati Ohio area
OhioWeimaraner Rescue of the NorthServes New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
OklahomaWeim Rescue TexasServes Arkansas and North Texas area
OklahomaHeartland Weimaraner RescueServes Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma
OregonOregon Weimaraner RescueServes Oregon, Washington and Idaho
PennsylvaniaTri-State Weimaraner RescueServes New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania
PennsylvaniaWeimaraner Rescue of the NorthServes New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
South CarolinaTarheel Weimaraner RescueServes North and South Carolina and Virginia
South CarolinaWeimaraner Rescue of the SouthServes Alabama, Mississippi and parts of Tennessee, Georgia and Louisiana
South DakotaGrey Ghost Rescue Serves Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota
TennesseeWeimaraner Rescue of the SouthServes Alabama, Mississippi and parts of Tennessee, Georgia and Louisiana
TexasBlue Angel Weimaraner RescueServes Texas
TexasWeim Rescue TexasServes Arkansas and North Texas area
UtahMile High Weimaraner RescueServes Colorado and Utah
UtahGrey Ghost Rescue Serves Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota
VirginiaDC Area Weimaraner RescueServes the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
VirginiaTarheel Weimaraner RescueServes North and South Carolina and Virginia
WashingtonOregon Weimaraner RescueServes Oregon, Washington and Idaho
West VirginiaDC Area Weimaraner RescueServes the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
WisconsinGreat Lakes Weimaraner RescueServes the Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana (and Ontario, Canada)
Wyoming Grey Ghost Rescue Serves Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota

You can also contact the Weimaraner Club of America Rescue. However, they will only be able to connect you to a local Weimaraner rescue group and do not handle adoptions or surrenders. They do occasionally fund rescue donation requests.

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19 responses to “Weimaraner Rescue Directory”

  1. Carolyn Franks says:

    My husband & I want to adopt an adult Weimaraner but we’re 4 hours from the Weimaraner Rescue of Texas group. What do you suggest in finding our Weim to adopt near Houston Texas? I’ve searched Pet Harbor, Pet Finder & Adopt a Pet using my zip code.

    • Anne Taguchi says:

      Hi Carolyn! Thanks for looking into rescuing! Honestly? I wouldn’t let 4 hours deter you. Reach out and fill out an application. Most groups service a very wide area, often several states. There may be a dog near you!

  2. Susan Cochran says:

    For the first time in 22 years I am without a Weimaraner. There are no rescue groups in New York State and many rescues do not adopt out to NYS I have been searching for an older female for several months. I currently own a 4 yo neutered male GSP and 2 cats so just any Weim would not do as most are prey driven…..My GSP is somewhat dominant although he did live nicely with my previous Weim for 3 years until she passed in February of 2021. I am retired so Im home 24/7, I miss my girl soooo much….My application has been accepted by Grayter Good but they have no matches for me at this time….

    • Anne Taguchi says:

      Hi Susan! I hope Grayter Good can find a match for you soon! Maybe you can also consider reaching out to breeders to see if they might have some retired girls that would be suitable for you. Best of luck!

  3. Barbara Hansen says:

    Please help me find a male, any age. I lost my 5 year old to Blastomycosis which was not known to be on Long Island, NY. I desperately need a male companion for my 10 yr. old female and for ME.

    • Anne Taguchi says:

      Hi Barbara, please reach out to the rescues near you, and you might also want to consider going to weimaranerbreeders.org to find a reputable breeder. Best of luck in your search!

      • Barbara Hansen says:

        The only rescue listed is tri- state and they do not have any dogs. All others do not mention New York or Long Island. There are many in other states and I cannot travel far.

  4. Susan Cochran says:

    Where can I find a list of reputable breeders near me who may have retired bitches who need a home? It is so very difficult to find rescues that adopt to NYS.

  5. KA Taylor says:

    we have a one year old Weim, that we are considering putting up for adoption. It is a very difficult decision, but it may be for the best. I am military and we have to travel far too much for this to remain tenable. He is a great dog, and our second Weim. But the season of life we are in and the frequency of our travel and moving makes it difficult to give him the time, care and attention he needs. We are in the Southern VA area. And we are open to suggestions…

    • Anne Taguchi says:

      So sorry to hear that you will have to give him up, but a one year old is still young! Please contact your local rescue group for help.

  6. Barbara says:

    Thank you. I have been in touch with all of these rescues for the passed 10 months without any luck. I am on Long Island . I can travel but not far. Please keep me informed/

  7. KA Taylor says:

    Anne and Barbara, thank you for your replies. We haven’t completely given up yet. We will continue to care for and love on him while we figure out the best situation for him. Your concern and support means a great deal to me, and I wish you both the best.

    • Anne Taguchi says:

      Best of luck to you and your family! Perhaps you might be able to find a friend that would be willing to take him while you travel?

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