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Nora Weimaraner Charlestown, IN

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Large
  • Gray / Blue / Silver


Gentle, Playful
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs.
Prefers a home without
Adoption fee

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Meet Nora

Hello, my name is Nora. I am a 3-year-old, gray, female Weimaraner. I arrived at my LWR foster home in March. I am spayed, up to date with vaccines, heartworm negative and started on prevention, microchipped and in good health. I came to the rescue with my father (Hershel) and my mom (Sasha). I did not live indoors at my original home because my human Mom was really sick and couldn’t be around us. I didn’t have much human interaction, but my human Dad did the best he could while working and taking care of our human Mom. My foster parents say that I am very sweet, but terribly shy. For the first few days in my foster home, I would not come near my foster parents. It took me some time to learn to trust them. Now I love to cuddle with my foster Dad while he watches TV and I follow him everywhere he goes. However, I am not quite there yet with my foster Mom, but she is slowly winning me over with delicious treats.
I have become very attached to my foster Dad and get very excited when he comes home from work. My full tail wags and I dance around close to him but even then, I will only let him pet me if he does not lean over top of me. This scares me. Once he sits down, I will plant myself right next to him and roll over for belly rubs. I have even started giving kisses now and then. When I arrived at my foster home, I feared my foster parents, the TV, opening/closing doors, appliance noises, neighborhood noises, and many other things. Everything was so new to me. I have made a lot of progress but still get startled easily. Even with people I know, I need to come to them for attention, not the other way around. If they try to come to me, I get scared and run away. When I do get scared my reaction is always to either run and hide or flop down and freeze. I have not shown any signs of aggression.
My foster parents have four other dogs. I enjoy being part of the pack and get along fine with all of them. I love to join in with them when they bark or howl and run around the yard. I will need to be
separated from the other dogs to eat as I love my food and do not want anyone else trying to get it.
For my forever home I need to find someone with plenty of patience. With everything being new to me I am still working on basic things. If I have access to outside, I always do my business there but if I can't get out on my own, I am still learning to let someone know I need out to do my business. I really don't understand this leash thing at all. I have made some progress but often when I am connected to it, I get scared. I try to run but when I realize I can't get away because of the leash I tend to flop down and become a sack of potatoes. It will take time, but I promise I will be a good girl and a forever friend. Please remember I am 3 years old so it will take me longer than a few months to catch on to everything. I will need a forever home with at least one dog, but no cats. I also will need a home without a lot of chaos so with that being said it should be with no children under 10 years old. I will also need a fenced in yard.
My foster parents can tell I have a lot of love to give. It will just take me some time to learn to be comfortable around people and not be so afraid. My foster Mom and Dad believe that I will be a
wonderful member of a family that gives me the love and patience I need to get over my fears. Is that you? I know you are out there, and I am here waiting for you.
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