Grey Ghost Weimaraner Rescue is proud to provide secure donations through our website utilizing the secure processing capabilities of Squarespace and Stripe, and automated tax receipts.  This technology allows for more time mentoring our volunteers, growing our team and most importantly - more weimie time! 

Recurring Monthly Donations

To set-up a recurring monthly donation to GGWR through PayPal, click the button to the right. You will be able to select a specific fund for your donation to go towards if you have a preference. Be sure to check the box that says “Make this a monthly donation.”


Our Special Needs Weims

From time to time, we take in dogs that other rescues may pass on because of expenses for that dog or time in rescue. We feel an obligation to help those dogs that may not be adoptable for a very long time if ever because of physical, emotional, behavioral or health issues. Right now we have three very special dogs that could use some monetary support. Please read their stories and see if you want to sponsor one of them on a monthly basis. You can make a one time donation by clicking the button under the dog you would like to support. If you are able to sponsor a dog in the form of a recurring monthly donation, simply click the box that reads “Make this a monthly donation.” on the PayPal donation page.

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Sally

Sally is a precious soul who arrived afraid of her own shadow. She can become so nervous that she brings on a seizure. In her foster situation she has finally started to feel safe and loved. She fits in with her fur-brothers and sisters and even though she is the oldest female of the bunch she defers to the other dogs. This girl loves having something on her like a sweater, a fleece or, when it is hot out, a tee-shirt. We think it makes her feel safe like having someone wrap their arms around her. Sally has ongoing expenses for seizures and separation anxiety. If you can donate towards Sally's expenses it will go to help this sweetheart of a dog live a happy life.

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Pearl

Pearl is a sweet girl who has been with the rescue since December of 2018. After being used as a backyard breeder dog for 7 years she was no longer producing puppies and they got rid of her. She came into rescue with no identity, she didn't even have a name. She was just "girl." She struggled to be around humans and out of a backyard pen where she lived her whole life to this point. She bolted and was lost to us for 2 weeks, hiding out, eating what she could scavenge and running from anyone looking for her. Within days of being found and caught she had to have emergency surgery on Christmas Eve because of eating rocks and plastic to survive. We still have medical bills to pay for her. Pearl is a good name for her as her beginnings as nothing important has changed as she comes out of her shell to show the world what a beautiful gem she truly is. Even though she is making strides with trusting her humans it will likely be a while before she will be up for adoption. Please help in our ongoing efforts to get this girl ready for her forever home.

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Jager

Jager is one of our special needs dogs that will probably spend his life in rescue. He has a diaphragmatic hernia and something called Wobbler's Syndrome which is a degenerative disease of the spine. He does not know he is handicapped and is the happiest boy. Please look at his video on our Facebook page. As he ages, he may need more medical attention and we are wanting to have a fund to be able to always do what is best for him and give him a good life for as long as he has. In the 6 years before he came to rescue he had 3 different homes. Although he has now been surrendered to rescue, he will not have to move again. He has settled in and no longer has the stress of not knowing if he belongs or not. We have put him on a good easily digestible diet with supplements so that he doesn't have problems with the hernia and we are working with holistic vets and a neurologist on his Wobbler's Syndrome. We could use monetary help with giving this boy a long and happy life for as long as he has left.

 

One-Time Fund Donations

To make a one-time donation to a specific fund, please use the buttons below. Thank you for your support!

 
While the young rascally weims get adopted rather quickly, they also some of the most vet and training intensive goobers! Vet expenses include routine shots, spay/neuter and often surgeries for injuries and ingesting foreign items (hello, where are my socks?!)  To donate, click the Young Rascals Fund button below.

While the young rascally weims get adopted rather quickly, they also some of the most vet and training intensive goobers! Vet expenses include routine shots, spay/neuter and often surgeries for injuries and ingesting foreign items (hello, where are my socks?!)

To donate, click the Young Rascals Fund button below.

Young Rascals Fund
Our senior weims frequently need additional vet visits, supplements and other items that our younger weims do not. This includes orthopedic beds to help ease joint pain, joint supplements, belly bands/diapers for urinary issues and pain medication. With your help we can provide these resources plus additional adjunctive therapies like chiropractic treatments, acupuncture and physical therapy.  To donate, click the Super Seniors Fund button below.

Our senior weims frequently need additional vet visits, supplements and other items that our younger weims do not. This includes orthopedic beds to help ease joint pain, joint supplements, belly bands/diapers for urinary issues and pain medication. With your help we can provide these resources plus additional adjunctive therapies like chiropractic treatments, acupuncture and physical therapy.

To donate, click the Super Seniors Fund button below.

 
Super Senior Fund
 
This is the GGWR "general" funds becuase the majority of our everyday expenses go the vetting and training of the weims in our programs. If you are unsure which category to donate to - this is it!  Click Vet & Training Fund to donate to the health & wellbeing of the GGWR weimies.

This is the GGWR "general" funds becuase the majority of our everyday expenses go the vetting and training of the weims in our programs. If you are unsure which category to donate to - this is it!

Click Vet & Training Fund to donate to the health & wellbeing of the GGWR weimies.

Vet & Training Fund
The GGWR Sunday Funday Fund provides adopt me vests for our weims to wear at public events, car decals, stickers, t-shirts, volunteer appreciation items/events and other fun stuff too! These are grey-t items that help spread the word about GGWR, but also allow our supporters to show their love of all things weim.  Click the Sunday Funday Fund button below.

The GGWR Sunday Funday Fund provides adopt me vests for our weims to wear at public events, car decals, stickers, t-shirts, volunteer appreciation items/events and other fun stuff too! These are grey-t items that help spread the word about GGWR, but also allow our supporters to show their love of all things weim.

Click the Sunday Funday Fund button below.

Sunday Funday Fund