After submitting your application, we recommend that you contact us periodically to ensure your application remains current. It would also be appreciated if would you contact us with any new information (change of address, email server, etc) or if you have found a dog elsewhere and are no longer interested in adopting a rescue.
Our Rescue Weimaraners
When approached to help find a new home for a dog, a detailed profile of the dog is obtained from the owner and, if feasible, one of our experienced volunteers will carry out an in-home assessment of the dog. The Adoption Applications that we have on file are reviewed to find the best match between dog and home. In a few special cases, rescues may be handled as a straight referral, with the rescue service acting primarily as advisor and match-maker. In most cases, however, the transfer of the dog to its new owners will be arranged and conducted by representatives of the WAC Rescue group. Any contact between the new home and the dog’s original owners will be at the discretion of the new owners. In cases where the immediate welfare of a dog is in question or the dog is deemed to be at risk, or where a more thorough assessment of the dog’s behaviour or health is needed, WAC Rescue will arrange the placement of the dog into foster care. Also at this time, any initial medical treatments, spaying or neutering, and other necessities would be taken care of as required.
Expenses incurred by the WAC Rescue group on behalf of these dogs are covered by our WAC – Rescue Fund. This fund is supported through donations from club members, friends and people who have placed or adopted Weims through our service. And people like you who love these dogs as much as we do.
Donation Recommendations For Adopting
Dogs under the age of 6 – $300
Dogs 6 to 10 years – $150
Dogs over 10 years or with Special Needs – to be determined on an individual basis