The Grayter Good Weimaraner Rescue


The medical needs of the fosters are crushing us. We would love, and greatly appreciate, any help that you can give.

Heartland Weimaraner Rescue



You can help is to make a donation of cash to HWR. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and your donations are 100% tax deductible. Your donation helps pay for food, supplies, medical bills and other associated costs that will help find these Weimaraners their forever homes. Checks made out to HWR can be sent to us at the following address, or you can donate online conveniently through the PayPal button located here

Heartland Weimaraner Rescue
208 Lochwood Circle
Yukon, OK 73099

Tri-State Weimaraner Rescue


Please help support our cause. We accept both monetary and material donations.


DC Area Weimaraner Rescue


We are a non-profit 501-3C organization who’s mission is to help save and re-home Weimaraners in need throughout the DC/MD/TN/WV/VA area. Feel free to make a one-time or monthly donation. Thank you for your support!!!

Atlanta Weimaraner Club Rescue


Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due

Rescuing Weimaraners is our mission and we have a great network of volunteers to help make that happen, but the financial support of generous givers is the life blood of our rescue. We do not have kennel facilities nor do we receive financial help from the government, so the cost to care for rescued Weims comes strictly from fundraising events and private donations… thank you, thank you, thank you.

Mile High Weimaraner Rescue


As a completely volunteer based organization donations are always welcome, needed and very much appreciated!

Without your continued support, we could not continue helping to rehome Weims in need, help owners through education and training, or host events for our Weim friends. All donations, no matter how big or small, cash or items for donation are always welcome and very much appreciated.

***Donations are tax-deductible.***

Mile High Weimaraner Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt, tax-deductible organization. Our group is operated by volunteers dedicated to the welfare of the Weimaraner breed. Weimaraners needing new homes are checked by a Veterinarian, spayed or neutered, updated on vaccines, tested for heartworms, and microchipped.  Sponsoring is easy and we desperately need your help to continue this work.

Central Florida Weimaraner & Dog Rescue, Inc. dba Lifeline Dog Rescue


The donate page of Lifeline Dog Rescue allows site visitor tax deductible contributions as donors, sponsors, or contributors.

Central Florida Weimaraner & Dog Rescue, Inc. dba Lifeline Dog Rescue is a IRS 501c3 non-profit caring for Weimaraner and other breeds of dogs providing shelter, fostering, and adoption.

Until now and for the near term future we have managed the costs to operate our non-profit dog rescue from personal funds.

As we continued to grow and increase the number of dogs we help find a forever home, we incorporated as a Florida non-profit corporation.

The parent company is Central Florida Weimaraner & Dog Rescue, Inc. dba Lifeline Dog Rescue to allow benefactors to help fund that growth.

Please note that donations are 501c3 tax deductible retroactive to 24 October 2011.

Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue


Tickled Pink Weimaraner Rescue is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and is 100% volunteer-based.  On average, over $2000 is spent providing veterinary care and other expenses to prepare each dog for adoption.  Our mission would not be possible without public support.


Rapunzel and Flynn
    Donations are used for the following purposes:

  • Veterinary expensises
  • Food
  • Spays / Neuters
  • Microchipping
  • Blood & Urine Sample Testing
  • Vaccinations
  • Heartworm testing and treatment
  • Testing and treatment for tick-borne disease


Weimaraner Rescue of South Carolina

Our mission is to guard the welfare of all Weimaraners in South Carolina by providing science-based information to owners; assisting families rehoming their dog; obtaining custody of all Weimaraners held in shelters; and rehoming those dogs by applying modern assessment techniques to match dogs to families to optimize success and the well-being of all.