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Sam

Weimaraner

 
Large  |  Female

Birmingham, AL, Te

 

***If you are interested in adopting or fostering a Weimaraner from Weimaraner Rescue of the South, please submit the appropriate application at www.weimrescue.com. Once received, a WRS volunteer will be in contact with you.***

10/6/16
Roses are red, Weims are blue?! Well, these three certainly are! WRS has seen a huge surge in blue weims in our care this year; we have no idea why. We havc a video on our Facebook page where you can see Sam, Bennie, and Silky all having a romp and enjoying playing with each other. Both Bennie and Silky are slowly losing weight; they have a long way to go, but they are making steady progress. Sam is the petite female in the trio. All three of these great dogs are available for fostering or adoption. If interested in any of these pups, please submit an application at www.weimrescue.com.

8/22/16
Sweet Sam desperately wants to play with Blitz (and he wants to play with her, but he's on exercise restriction while he prepares for heartworm treatment). Sam has come so far since she's been with us; she was so scared and unsocialized and now look at her go! Sam is about 4-5 years old and she spent most of her life at the end of a chain with a plastic barrel as shelter. Sam is looking for a home with an active, confident dog, a structured, adult only home, and a fenced yard. If you think you can provide a foster or forever home for Sam, please submit an application at www.weimrescue.com!

7/5/16
Yesterday was a special "Freedom" day for Sam! This beautiful blue pup has successfully completed heartworm treatment and is now off of all exercise restrictions; she got to run and play and have a GREAT time! More importantly, she's now ready for a foster or forever home! ! If interested in Sam, please submit an application for adoption at www.weimrescue.com.

6/7/16
After several "ruff" days following her heartworm treatment injections, Sam has turned the corner and is feeling much, MUCH, better! She will still need to be kept calm, quiet, and relaxed for the next several weeks while the medicine kills off the heartworms, but we're relieved to see that she's not in pain and discomfort any more. Thank you to everyone who sent "pawsitive" thoughts her way. Sam is a beautiful girl who will need a quiet, patient, experienced, adult only home once she is ready for foster or adoption. That home must also be willing to give Sam pieces of hot dogs when she's a good girl; Sam loves hot dogs! If interested in sweet Sam, please submit an application for adoption at www.weimrescue.com.

6/4/16
Please send Sam some pawsitive thoughts. Sam had her heartworm treatment this week and she feels pretty crummy. While it's very typical for a dog to feel lousy for several days after heartworm treatment, it still breaks our hearts to see our rescue pups hurting. Sam is now on complete crate rest for the next four weeks while the heartworms die off and her body starts to heal. Sam led a very sad, lonely life until some Good Samaritans rescued her and got her to WRS; we've promised this precious girl that her worst days are now part of her past. If interested in fostering or adopting Sam once she is medically cleared, please submit an application at www.weimrescue.com.

5/13/16
Sam is a beautiful blue female weim who came to WRS on Tuesday. Sam's rescue story started back in February, when some Good Samaritans found her starving and chained to her "dog house", which was a converted trash can. For the next two months, those Good Samaritans fed and cared for Sam, and tried to convince her owner to let them have Sam. In April, the they were finally successful and took in Sam. Unsurprisingly, Sam tested heartworm positive. As we have stated many times, heartworm treatment is extremely expensive and the Good Samaritans did not have the funds so they contacted WRS to take Sam and get her the care she needed. We were not going to say no to this beautiful girl and the kind people who helped her. Sam is already receiving her pre-treatment medications and will start heartworm treatment in 3 weeks. She will also be spayed and receive any other medical care she needs.

5/10/16
Our second beautiful blue intake of the day is Sam! Sam is a 4-5yo petite female, weighing in at 54lbs. Sam spent most of her life at the end of a chain, with only an old barrel for shelter and with little food and water. Emaciated, she was rescued by some Good Samaritans, who got her to a healthy weight and brought her into their home, giving her love and attention for the first time in her life. Unfortunately, Sam is heartworm positive so the Good Samaritans turned her over to WRS so she can get the medical care she needs. Understandably, Sam is shy and nervous right now, but she is a very sweet girl. We'll post more about Sam in the coming weeks as she starts on her journey to good health.

***If you are interested in adopting or fostering a Weimaraner from Weimaraner Rescue of the South, please submit the appropriate application at www.weimrescue.com. Once received, a WRS volunteer will be in contact with you.***

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