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Tabby

Tabby had not lived a fairy tale life. Her dad passed away and no one else in the family wanted her. She was dumped at a rural shelter where she became depressed and withdrawn. We think this girl will make a fine companion and is starting to come out of her shell. She must be the only animal in the home.. Tabby is about 5 years old, heart worm negative, vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed. Adoption fee is $150. Come meet this sweet girl!

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Barkley

Poor Barkley was dumped by a family member at a local vet clinic to be euthanized because she did not want to care for him. How could you not LOVE this gentle giant! He is 7 years old and wonderful with humans. He will make an amazing companion! He has a special adoption fee of $150 until Easter, fully vetted, to help him find a home for the holidays.

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Ruger

Ruger is a Rottweiler mix puppy who is about 1.5 years old. He loves to play with other dogs and is quite an active boy, however he is easily corrected if his hyper side comes out too much during play. He has no food issues and is house trained and crate trained. Ruger also loves attention and is great with his foster families children. Ruger would make a wonder addition to anyone’s home. Ruger knows his basic commands as well. He is neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated. He is negative for heart worms and on preventative.

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Cogz

Meet Cogz! He is a gorgeous blocky headed rottweiler with a giant smile! He is dog friendly and just needs to learn some manners. He is 2 years old and his former owner purchased him from a breeder but forgot that this is a breed that does need training. He is getting that now and we are looking for an adopter who wants to continue working with him. Cogz is about 85 lbs so not a giant boy. He is Avon, Ohio.

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Schnapps

Schnapps has a 5/6 heart murmur and takes medication twice a day. She may drop dead at any given moment or may live only a couple of years possibly a full life. The vet really can not give me the life span on her. I was told to let her be a normal dog and that’s what we have done. Schnapps has no idea she has a heart problem. She is extremely sweet and loves people and playing with bigger dogs. She does get car sick so only short rides up to 15 to 20 min have been ok. She loves dog toys that she cant tear apart and eat and likes to chase a ball around. Tuggy is her most favorite game to play.

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Syrena

Meet beautiful Syrena! She is a 3 year Rottweiler with a natural tail. She is very agile and athletic. She loves other dogs and would do best in a home with another dog to romp around with. She needs time to warm up to some men. She goes into into avoidance when she feels uncomfortable. She's such a love and loves to run and play outdoors. She'll do best with a large fenced yard or someone willing to train off leash. Current foster home is working on remote collar training off leash and she is doing very well.

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Wednesday

Hello, my name is Wednesday, but my foster family call me “Lady W” or “Dubbie-Do” sometimes. Life was pretty tough for me before REAL Rott Rescue saved me. I spent 6 years of my life on an Amish puppy mill, just having litter after litter, so you can imagine that I don’t warm up to people too easily. I also have a foster Rottie sister who has been showing me what it’s like to be a fur family member. Being a “mill” gal for 6 years, Fommy realized that it’s tough work house training me. She takes me out on a leash and I wander the yard for awhile until I find the perfect spot. Fommy thinks it might be easier on me (and my family) if I had a fenced in yard where I could go out and wander.


Also, while I’m trying to get used to my surroundings, I sometimes get scared and try to run away. Usually I try to run to a place I feel safe. I don’t realize how big and strong I am, and might knock someone down if they’re in my way. I also HATE being in crates, it reminds me too much of the “mill” – but being in a large enclosed room with a fellow fur family member keeps me at ease.

The best home for me is a family (with older kids/no kids) that has the patience to continue house training me and working with me. When I warm up to you, I’ll let you give me belly rubs and love you forever! Are you the perfect family for me?

Nikko

Nikko is a alpha dog, who is very well trained and very affectionate to those who are assertive with him. When first meeting Nikko, make him do several commands (sit, lie down) first, as to take the dominance away from him. Watch him in new situations, as some things make him excited. Cage and maybe territory aggressive. Does well with pack walks with other dogs, but may react in small settings (pet store.) This is truly a working dog and will do best with continued training and mental stimulus. He is the ultimate Rottweiler, a true working dog.

Would do best in a no children, no small animal house. Female dog might be a possibility with proper introduction. 7/20/18

Nikko was born March 2014 and is AKC registered. He is well trained and very good with his commands. He has a high prey drive and will do best as the only animal in the home. No kids, cats, or dogs, although he does well on pack walk with other canines that he knows