Weimaraner Rescues in other states
This book is lovingly called “The Weimaraner Bible”.
It is a must have for anyone who owns a Weimaraner.
Check it out at http://www.weimaranerways.net/
The Weimaraner Rescue Foundation has a wonderful questionnaire that everyone should take before even considering owning a Weimaraner. Answer it truthfully!
The Florida Gulf Coast Weimaraner Club is a local Weim club chapter of the WCA. It is located in the central Gulf Coast region of Florida.
The Weimaraner Club of South Florida is a local Weim club chapter of the WCA. It is located in the Southeast region of Florida.
The Timucuan Weimaraner Club of Florida is a local Weim club chapter of the WCA. It is located in the Central and North regions of Florida.
The Weimaraner Club of America is the main place for any information on the Weimaraner. The WCA sets the standard for the breed, lists the most current local chapters of Weimaraner Clubs in each state, and has a Weimaraner Rescue Foundation. The WCA has a section that just deals with the health of the Weimaraner.
The The American Kennel Club site contains information on all breeds recognized by the AKC. It also gives information on how to register your rescued pet for the ILP—Indefinite Listing Privilege. This allows your rescued pet to participate in all AKC activities except conformation shows.
The AAHA Universal Pet Microchip site contains information on microchips. If you have found a pet or lost a pet, please check here and see if the microchip is registered or what manufacturer made it. If you have recently adopted a pet, please make sure you have either registered you new pet or updated their microchip information.
The Disabled Animal Adoptions site contains information on all dog breeds, cats, horses and many other species that are disabled in some form or fashion. It also is a great place to find out information if your pet has become disabled.