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On the Side of Weims

On the right is a list of local Weims available for adoption in the area.

Because Weims were bred to hunt and kill small furry animals, large and small, they are not recommended for homes with pet birds, cats or other small, furry pets. The Weim's prey drive is strong and rabbits, cats, mice, rats, possums, skunks, birds, and raccoons are all fair game. The Weim on the trail of its prey is focused and driven. It is difficult, if not impossible, to stop the chase.

Small running children and people jogging or riding bicycles may trigger the chase instinct in a Weim . Secure fencing and careful watchfulness is necessary as long as a Weim is part of your family.

Like all breeds of dogs, Weimaraners have their own distinctive presence and personality, based on the purpose for which they were originally bred. Weims were created to be strong, intelligent, hunting companions.

Even though Weim puppies may be among the world's most beautiful, when considering a new member for your family, you must consider the adult dog which will be living with you for the next 10 to 12 years.


    Kim Petri

Vice President:
    Carole Richards

    Brian Hess

    John Bonner

Board Members:
    Lisa Fauser
    Kevin Fenimore
    Sue Ramspacher

Weimaraner in woods

Local dogs available