Lifeline Dog Rescue has two new Weimaraners listed for adoption as owner surrenders that the owner will hold as home fosters. Both are from one family in north Central Florida, and the owner thoughtfully chose to keep them at home to minimize any transition to a new family.
Pictured above are Triton (left), a 3 year old male purebred Weimaraner, and Harley (right), a 4 year old female purebred Weimaraner. Each has been spayed or neutered and is current on shots.
These are healthy and happy well adjusted dogs who love swimming, walks, the dog park, boating, and car rides. The owner is surrendering these wonderful pets because he works very long hours, and felt the dogs deserve more family time rather than be alone as much as 12-15 hours per day.
Each understands commands for sit, stay, and down, and will do well in a family with children, cats, or other dogs.
Although the owner is holding the dogs to keep them in familiar surroundings while Lifeline Dog Rescue provides active promotion and listing for their adoptions, the process to adopt is no different than other dogs from our facility.
View profiles of male Weimaraner Triton and female Weimaraner Harley to see more photographs and details about these dogs. Persons interested in adopting may visit the contact page to submit our online inquiry form to ask questions, or review the adoption process, and then complete the adoption request dog rescue form and apply to adopt one (or both) of these gorgeous purebred Weimaraner dogs.
*Note: Please do not confuse Harley the female purebred Weimaraner with our listing for Harley the male 8 year old Weim currently listed in the adoptable dogs.