The Weimaraner Club of Great Britain Rescue & Rehoming Service has a long and successful history and is the only Weimaraner breed club to offer this service. The service is self financing

Why dogs come into rescue

  1. The new owners have not been advised of the true needs of a Weimaraner by the breeder and are unable cope
  2. Change of circumstance. Loss of a family home, loss of financial stability, break-up of a marriage, ill health or death of an owner, often result in a dog being placed for rehoming with rescue.
  3. A new baby joining the family and the owners do not have time to exercise the dog or pressure is put on them to rehome the dog for health reasons
  4. Work patterns have changed and the dog is being left all day and not coping and is becoming destructive or barking constantly
  5. A dog once it has passed the puppy stage is now pushing for dominance, either with its owner or other dogs in the pack or outside when being exercised
  6. The owners have been sold siblings and the dogs are fighting. This can also occur in dogs of a similar age range and sex.

How we re-home your dog

  1. We arrange a home visit to assess the dog within the home environment where possible
  2. We discuss the potential homes with you and put the new home in touch with you
  3. The decision to rehome is always up to the owner

Adopting a dog

  1. We arrange a home visit by a club member and their dog to meet all the family and any other family pets. They assess your family requirement, home environment and future ambitions (working, agility or a fireside companion). If you have never owned a Weimaraner then please read ‘Living with a Weimaraner’
  2. We do from time to time have dogs in kennels if the owners are no longer able to keep the animal until it can be rehomed.
  3. When a suitable dog has been found we will discuss the dog with you
  4. You will be asked to sign an Adoption form and if at anytime you cannot keep the dog Rescue must be notified and the dog returned to us for rehoming. The dog remains the property of the WCGB for the remainder of its lifetime.
  5. Rehomed dogs must not be bred from and if not already neutered you will be required to do this.
  6. Third party insurance taken out
  7. The Dogs in Need page shows the current dogs looking for homes but this is not always up to date due to the frequency of dogs coming in for rehoming.
  8. PLEASE ONLY CONTACT ONE CO-ORDINATOR IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO REHOME.
  9. A DONATION is required and the money goes towards cost of kennelling dogs when necessary and veterinary fees whilst in our care

For the following dogs please contact MargaritaBooker 07836789464 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.co.u

Oscar 5yrs

Oscar

 A castrated dog living with teenage children, who is being rehomed due to his owner returning to work full time. Oscar is now in kennels and is mixing well with other dogs.but will stand his ground with entire males but responds to 'leave' and will not follow through He has had an operation for a cruciate ligament and is making a good recovery however he has been diagnosed with arthritis. He is not on medication. Would suit a senior owner.RESERVED

 

 

Bear 6yrs

Bear

Castrated dog a friendly dog, loves to play with other dogs when out exercising and good recall except when distracted. He has not lived with a cat. Bear needs a home without young children. He can be left 2-3 hours.

 

Riley 4yrs

Castrated dog not keen on small dogs as he was attacked by a Jack Russell and he is wary of large dogs. He can be left 4-5 hours daily To be assessed.

 

 

Rosie 18mths

An entire bitch being rehomed as she is an escapologist and sadly her owners cannot higher the fencing as they live in a grade listed house.. She will need to be rehomed with a castrated dog as she has always lived with another dog. She has lived with teenagers and is used to horses but not lived with cats Rosie can be left up to 5 hours,

 

Gracie 8yrs

A spayed bitch who is being rehomed due to her owner's ill health She is used to visiting grandchildren up to 13yrs bit not lived with cats Good when out with other dogs To be assessed

 

 

 

 

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 For the following dogs  please contact  Gail Walker  (Scotland) email penzance @blueyonder.co.uk Tel 07800523685

Hades

lives with a terrier to be assessed

 

Button 3yr

A spayed bitch who lives with 2 other dogs. Lives with three children 17,15 & 5mth old baby. She is being rehomed as she does not cope with being left when her owners are at work To be assessed.

 

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Gill Robson tel 01443 228768 ( Wales ) email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Tara 10yrs

An entire bitch presently living in a transit van with her owner and another dog. She is good with people but is not dog-friendly. Tara will need a rural home with no other dogs.

 

 

Daisy 11yrs

Daisy

A spayed bitch who is being rehomed as her owner has ongoing health problems & will be moving & unable to take Daisy To be assessed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 PLEASE NOTE NOT ALL OUR DOGS ARE FEATURED ON THE WEBSITE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please contact Margarita Booker  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. tel 01293 871373 /07836789464 

Sid

7yr old dog who is being rehomed due to his owner dying. He has not lived with children or cats. Sid has good recall and is good with other dogs

He is RESERVED

Skye & Harvey

Skye Harvey

Both dogs are neutered . Skye is good with other dogs but Harvey can be wary. They are used to children from babies upwards. The dogs have not lived with cars. They are being rehomed as their owner is out at work all day and finding it difficult to exercise the dogs. 

Harvey 8 yrs

Harvey

Castrated dog who has lived with a bitch . He is unsure around other dogs He has not lived with children or cats. He is being fostered.

Skye

Skye

Spayed bitch who has lived with children 5 & 3 but not a cat . She is being rehomed as her owners moved into rented accommodation and could not take her with them. She is being fostered and  is no longer vocal with visitors. She is not good around other dogs and would benefit from a rural home.

Harvey 8yrs

Harvey Hudson

Castrated dog who is being rehomed due to changes in his owners circumstances and not coping with being left. Lovely calm dog  with visitors, lives with an ESS bitch but not cats. He will steal food if left out . He is good with visiting children. He is good with other dogs and loves swimming . He needs a home with another bitch.

Diesel 5+

Diesel

Castrated docked living with adult children but notcats. He is being rehomed due to his owners separating. He can be leftupto 4 hours . He loves people and other dogs but does not like entire male dogs trying to hump him He will not fight but will stand his ground.

Wilson 7 yrs

Etire dog has lived with a teenager , 11yr old 9yr old plus a cat. He can be left upto 5=4 hours. He sleeps downstairs and is not allowed on the furniture. Wilson is well trained , good with other dogs and travels well in the car. He has tablets for an underactive thyroid and has a sensitive stomach so is fed either on Beata Sensitive or Life Science 1 He cannot tolerate human food. Wilson is being rehomed as his owner is finding it difficult to give him the time he deserves.

 

Gail Walker 07800523685 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

No dogs to rehome.

 

 

 

Health survey 2019

The WCGB is carrying out a new health survey.

This time the Club is looking at how long Weimaraners live and the cause of death. The survey is quick and easy to complete so please take a few minutes to enter the details of your Weimaraners that have passed away. You can repeat the survey multiple times to enter the details of all the Weimaraners you or your family have owned, right back to the 1950s.

The survey can be found below. If you find the text a bit small, please follow this link https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/weimaranersurvey to the survey on SurveyMonkey.

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