Contest Dates:  July 1 - 31, 2016
Entry Fee:  $5 per photo
Voting:  $1 per vote

 

13 winners (12 months and 1 cover) with TOP WINNER getting the cover

Winning entrants will be selected for proper placement in our 2017 calendar and will receive one complimentary calendar. The photo with the most votes wins the coveted cover.  

New this year, $10 donation to reserve a special day in the calendar just for your pup!  See attached flyer or contest website for all the pawticulars for this year's contest.  You will have fun questions to answer with each entry, and we can't wait to see everyone's stories. 

Please note: GoGo requires you to either login to your account from previous contests or create an account.  If you do not remember your account information, use the forgot your password link on their website to reset your password. 
 
Here is the link to enter or vote:  2017 MHWR Calendar Contest
The purpose of Mile High Weimaraner Rescue is to find loving, permanent homes for unwanted or abandoned purebred Weimaraners, by preparing prospective families for responsible dog ownership through education and support and by helping companions through training and behavior modification.

Mile High Weimaraner Rescue in Denver, ColoradoMile High Weimaraner Rescue is located in the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area and is run by, supported by and exists, thanks to a tireless group of dedicated volunteers.  Because we are a volunteer based organization we do not have a central location, all of our dogs are housed in foster homes or in partner boarding facilities. The great thing about fostering is that all of our fostered dogs are known intimately by all of our volunteers so you can be sure the dog you fall in love with will fit you, your family and your situation.

What is Rescue?

Rescue is a common term in the purebred canine world for taking an unwanted dog and placing it in a family that wants the dog. The new term that is coming about is "re-homing." Since the number one reason for people surrendering or relinquishing their Weims in Colorado is not enough time, re-homing sounds more appropriate. 

Sometimes though, the word "rescue" still applies. There are occasions where a Weim is in a shelter and may be euthanized because of lack of space at the shelter or the shelter not being able to find the right home for the dog. 

MHWR is dedicated to helping Weims in the wrong homes or wrong situations to find different homes where they can be loved and exercised appropriately.

Ready to get to know some of our dogs and find your perfect match? View adoptable dogs now!

Visit our Surrender Process or contact us at info@mhwr.org.


If this is an emergency please call 720-334-7136, leave a message and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

Event Calendar

We are SO thankful for the 9News Petline9 segments and for 9News allowing us to showcase our Weims in need of forever homes! Follow the links below to see their segments with our awesome volunteers!

Tyron - March 2016 (with Kel)

Margo - March 2016 (with Brooke)

Tucker - February 2016 (story)

Tyra & Zoey - December 2015 (with Mary and Shelly)

Bella - December 2015 (with Brooke)

Tucker - October 2015 (with Brooke)

Tommy - October 2015 (with Michelle)

Meeko & Momo - January 2015 (story)

Beau's Surgery

  Please help Beau!  

Read his story here: YouCaring Fund Raiser

Meet Towie!

Towie's prostatitis treatment

This senior boy has had a rough go of it.  Please read his story here:  Towie YouCaring

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Support MHWR every time you take your dog for a walk. Go to Wooftrax.com to sign up.

All About Weims

Here is an article written by one of our volunteers for A Sheltered Life Magazine. It has everything you wanted to know about the breed!


Weim Article

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