Wonder Weims Rescue- Missouri
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
St. Louis, MO 63129
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:MIssouri and Nebraska
About Our Rescue Group:The fosters and volunteers help to heal their emotional and physical wounds and prepare them for their forever loving homes. We are forever committed to each and every Weim that comes into our rescue.
We work to educate the public on the breed and its temperament. We discuss the need for obedience training, excercise and leadership. At the same time acknowledging that they are gaining a family member and a loving companion.
Education continues with discussions on puppy mill's and commercial breeders. We encourage the adoption of Weimaraners or purchase from a responsible, reputable breeder. We also discuss the importance of spaying and neutering which is a requirement with our rescue.
We work together with other humane organizations to locate lost pets and rescue abandoned and abused animals.
We work with communities creating programs for schools and nursing homes. Such as touch therapy, service dogs and canine awareness.
The ultimate goal of our organization is to share with others in our beliefs; that all animals deserve respect, care and proper medical attention and should be given the opportunity to be loved and be a part of a forever home
Come Meet our Pets:Our dogs are cared for in foster homes. Once your application has been approved we will make arrangements for you to meet.
Our Adoption Process:* After submission of application we will contact you and go through approval process
* Adopters must sign a contract
* Fee ranges from $100-$300, $75 spay and neuter deposit on pups
* Payment accepted: cashier's checks, money orders or cash
* Out of state adoptions are allowed, adopter has to provide transport
* If adoption is not successful the dog must be returned to the place of adoption
We reserves the right to deny any home a rescue dog