This is Katie.  Katie is a 2-3 year old spayed female Weimaraner.  Katie is current on shots, micro chipped, housebroken and good with other dogs.  Unfortunately, Katie is heart worm positive.  She would love to have a foster home while undergoing her treatment.  Please consider this super sweet girl for your family.


Katie's adoption fee is $225.

This is Tatum.  Tatum is a 6 year old spayed female Weimaraner.  Poor Tatum lived the first part of her life on a farm, apparently without a lot of human interactive.  She's a sweet girl, but timid.  Her new family will have to be patient with her as she learns about new things.  She is current on shots and micro chipped.


Tatum's adoption fee is $225

This is George.  George is a 16 week old Weimaraner mix.  We believe he is mixed with Great Dane.  George and his littermates were found abandoned in a trailer park in central Arkansas.  George is a sweet boy who enjoys cuddling.  He is great with other dogs, crate trained, micro chipped and current on shots.  We are working on housebreaking.  


George's adoption fee is $350 with a $100 refund upon proof of neutering at 6 months of age.


Dan

This is Ladybug.  Ladybug is an older female looking for her forever home.  She is such a sweet girl and loves to be with people.  Ladybug is looking for a home where someone is home a lot, she'd like another dog companion and she's fine with cats.  She is housebroken and current on all shots.  Ladybug does have some incontinence in her sleep.  She is on medication for this, but it does not always work, so her new family needs to be aware of this.


Ladybug's adoption fee is $150.00

This is Dusty.  Dusty is a 1 1/2 - 2 year old neutered male Weimaraner.  Dusty is a sweet boy who gets along well with everyone.  Dusty is a small male, weighing about 50#.  He is current on shots, micro chipped, crate trained and housebroken.  Dusty is anxiously waiting to find his forever home.


Dusty's adoption fee is $225.

Ladybug

Arkansas Weimaraner Rescue

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Katie 

This is Dan.  Dan is a young Weimaraner/Blue Lacey mix.  Dan was a stray found in central Arkansas.  His finder tried locating his family with no luck.  Dan is current on shots, neutered, on heart worm prevention and micro chipped.  Dan appears to be housebroken, knows basic commands and good with other dogs and children.  


Dan's adoption fee is $225


This is sweet Magnolia.  Magnolia was abandoned by her family in March and left chained up in a yard.  She spend the next 6 months in a rural shelter living in a dirt pen.  When we got her, she was in heat.  In addition, she is heart worm positive, had a mammory tumor, a cyst, and mass tumor that needed removed.  She also had a badly infected uterus.  Magnolia came through her surgery with flying colors and is now in a foster home.   Wish she could tell her story, because given all she's been through, she is the sweetest girl with super nice manners.  Mag likes riding in the car and she likes to hold hands.  She will start her heart worm treatment in mid October.  Please consider this awesome girl for your family.


Magnolia's adoption fee:  $225

This is Phoebe. Phoebe was found as a stray in Louisiana. She is a very sweet dog who is between 3 & 4 years old. She is current on shots, micro chipped, appears to be housebroken and good with other dogs. Unfortunately, Phoebe is heart worm positive and will start her treatment in a few weeks. She would love to have a foster home while she undergoes her treatment.


Phoebe's adoption fee is $225




Adoption Pending

Sometimes being man’s best friend is a ruff gig. Training and caring for my humans is an arduous but rewarding process. I alone am responsible for ensuring they get their daily walks.  I never know when they might dare to run errands without me to protect them, or eat food without first using my keen nose to inspect it. They never acknowledge that a mere drizzle of my drool adds so much flavor. I feel that it’s wrong to keep such deliciousness to myself.

 

Will my humans care for me with the same level of commitment when I have hip dysplasia? Of course they will. Look at this face. What’s not to love? Just remember, when you take me into your family you are making a commitment of 10-12 years.  I will be devoted and committed to you, please do the same for me.