Available Rottweilers

Kayla is a fantastic 3 year rottie mix who loves people and most other dogs - but not her female rottie companion in her current home. Kaylas theme is play til you drop which she does with the male and female Rotties, but knows to leave the senior pittie alone, saving that interaction to occasional grooming. More...

Josie is a special girl who deserves and equally special family. This 12 to 15 month-old spayed Rottie with the natural tail came from a neglectful family. Through it all, Josie retained her stable Rottie temperament and her infectious sense of humor. More..

Bear is a 3-4 yr NM stray from greater Boston, MA. He appears to do well with other dogs, and is not cat tested. He has some semblence of manners and walks well on lead. More...

Bam is a 6-8 yr old rottie boy who's owner recently died. He is in a shelter waiting for someone to notice him. He's a strong, confident boy who needs an experienced home. More...

Cooper is an intelligent, nice tempered, 17 month old Neutered Male Rottweiler. His energy level is medium and he weighs in at a perfect 87 pounds. The ideal home for Cooper would be an experienced Rottweiler home having a securely fenced in yard. More...

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December 4 & 11, 2005
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Hurricane Katrina Update

by Dale P Green
November 8, 2005

As we said in our last edition (and for those of you who followed our trip), we did make two journeys to the Gulf Coast in September and October. (complete update) Our first trip had us working with dogs fresh out of the city - loading a 94-dog airlift, feeding, cleaning, evaluating, vaccinating/chipping - you name it. We returned with 21 animals, of which 10 were rottweilers. Our second trip - Michele & Melissa worked with the folks at Winn Dixie and evacuated animals from what was the Ninth Ward - pulling dogs from under collapsed buildings and wading through the toxic muck that was once the Big Easy. That trip brought back 17 animals, of which 5 were rottweilers. Special thanks to local all-breed groups for making room for all of the mixed breed dogs on these trips! 

Our agreement with Best Friends Animals Society, the sanctuary where these dogs were being held, requires us to hold these dogs for 90 days to allow for their owners to claim them. Inquiries have been sparse, and our expectations at this point is that they will not be claimed. Only one dog has found her owner.

Of the rottweilers who returned, 8 need to be treated for heartworm. One, Cajun, has serious orthopedic injuries that have now been surgically corrected and he is recovering. He, however, is also heartworm positive. All have had complete blood work ups, thorough examinations, and regular vet visits since their arrival in New England.

Currently five of our dogs have been placed into foster-to-adopt situations, with two more pending. The remainder are looking for permanent families - whether their original families or families in New England. How about you? 

Our expenses for the Katrina dogs far outweigh what we can collect in adoption fees. Please consider supporting one of our endeavors to defray these costs: 

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