Weimaraner Rescues

Weimaraner Rescues in Oklahoma (Incl. Adoption Process & Fees)

If you live in Oklahoma and are looking to adopt a Weimaraner, I compiled a list of all Weimaraner rescues that serve the state (and others)! You can find information about each rescue, their adoption process and adoption fees.

Weimaraner Rescues Oklahoma

Weimaraner Rescues In Oklahoma

Heartland Weimaraner Rescue

Heartland Weimaraner Rescue was established in 2002 in Yukon, Oklahoma, and is a foster-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The rescue serves Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas, though they are willing to adopt out of state. You will need to be able to drive to meet/adopt the dog(s).

Their website has been removed, so I can’t link you to any information about supporting the rescue. You will have to visit their Facebook page (link below).

They seem to promote adoptable Weims and have donation fundraisers directly on Facebook.

Contact Information:

Other Weimaraner Rescues

Weimaraner Rescue Texas

Weimaraner Rescue Texas will sometimes adopt Weimaraners to other states. For more information about this rescue, please visit the Weimaraner Rescues In Texas post.

Mile High Weimaraner Rescue (Colorado)

Mile High Weimaraner Rescue is willing to adopt out Weimaraners to neighboring states, though you will most likely need to travel there. All the details for MHWR are in the Colorado Weimaraner Rescues post.

Make sure to visit the rescues’ websites and social media post for up-to-date information on Weims available for adoption. If you know of any other Weimaraner rescues in Oklahoma, let me know!

Don’t forget to check websites of general rescues in your area, there’s a chance there will be a Weimaraner or a Weimaraner mix there as well.

Not from Oklahoma? Check out my Weimaraner Rescue Directory!

Dana - site owner


I’ve always loved dogs, ever since I was a child, but I wasn’t allowed to have one. I dog-sit my sister's Weimaraner often. I decided to start this blog and share what I’ve learned about Nelly, the Weimaraner breed, and dogs in general from scientific papers and journals and my own personal experience. Learn more about Dana.

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