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Volunteers and, especially Foster Homes, are the "life blood" of our organization.  The more people who are willing to open their homes and hearts to a beautiful gray friend for fostering, the more gray friends we can save. 


It’s that simple. Because we don’t have a facility to house the Weimaraner rescues, AWCR depends on generous members of the community to let these four legged friends crash on their couch and to help them adjust to a new life of love, comfort and support.

Are You Ready to Open Your Heart and Your Home to Our Foster Program?

What Does a Foster Home Provide?

  • We ask the Foster Home to provides food, water, clean bedding, treats, follows veterinary requirements (if applicable), and other simple necessities, but especially lots of hugs and kisses!

  • We do ask that the Foster Family follow AWCR’s procedures for adoption, arranging veterinary care, and provides regular updates to AWCR.

  • We ask our Foster Families to be flexible to introduce their foster weim to potential adopters at AWCR request.

What Does AWCR Provide?

  • AWCR provides all veterinary care, as approved by AWCR Medical Coordinator.


  • AWCR will provide some supplies, as needed, such as a crate, collar,  or leash.

  • AWCR provides in-house expertise with behavior, diseases, and training.

  • AWCR is solely responsible for matching and placing the foster weim with a permanent family.  The Foster Family will be consulted based on their experience with fostering.

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