Adoptable Rottweilers


This 16 mo old rottie guy was surrendered when his owner moved out. He has lived with kids as young as 4 and another dog. He has few manners and what little training he has was counter productive. Mason is in the Capital District of New York. More


Matthais was a stray from New York city. Now in rescue, he has been treated for heartworm and has filled out. He is currently in foster care with other dogs and school-aged kids. Matthias still feels more comfortable with woman then men but continues to make progress with the men in his life. Matthais is in downstate New York. More


I was found tied to a stop sign in Cunningham Park . They don't normally take cases like me but they said I'm special. And I certainly think so. They call me block head but I know they love me. I'm not huge, weighing in at 75 pounds, I just have a big head. downstate NY. More


This 4 yr old rottie girl was found stray in NYC. She is affectionate, has lovely house manners, and gets along well with other dogs in foster care. Shelley is a happy girl who will do well in most situations. Kids over 7. Manhattan Mutt. New Hampshire More

Please check with these rescue groups for their current listings!

National List of Adoptable Dogs

Cathy's Rottie Rescue Rehab

For the Love of Dog - Rottweiler Rescue of NH
Hillsboro, NH

Hot Water Rescue
Collinsville, CT

Majesty Rottweiler Rescue
Darlington, MD

MCM Rottweiler Rescue
Long Island, NY

Mountain Rottie Rescue of New York
Monticello, NY

North East Rottweiler Rescue
Portsmouth, RI

NoVa Rottweiler Rescue
Kensington, MD

Odd Dog North
Southern Maine

Odd Dog Rescue

Pet Paws for Love
Garfield, NJ

Foster Homes Needed!

Foster homes for rottweilers and bully breed dogs are greatly needed. If you can open your heart to an extra dog, it will be rewarding for you, beyond compare. Apply to foster

Can't foster a dog? Sponsor a kennel run to keep these dogs safe.

In this Issue

December 2008
:: Feature :: How to Help the Dogs :: Manhattan Mutts Project :: Upcoming Events :: Subscribe :: Past Issues

'Tis the Season

On behalf of the volunteers and rescued dogs of For the Love of Dog - we'd like to wish you all a very happy holiday season. This year, reached a phenominal 500 dogs rescued since August 2004! We are grateful for your continued support and, for those of you who have adopted these dogs, your dedication to your canine family member!

In the past 12 months, this organization has increased its intake by 83% over 2007 - which includes our bully breeds, our upstate New York volunteers, and our Confederate Canine connection. We continue to work with Massachusetts and New Hampshire shelters and maintain a solid working relationship with the New York City Animal Care & Control. With that, we look forward to a productive -- and busy 2009. We hope you will be a part of it, and will continue to facilitate our growth.

What you can do...

Make a Donation or Sponsor a Dog

For the Love of Dog is a tax exempt 501c3 organization and donations are tax deductable.

For the Love of Dog
Rottweiler Rescue of NH
PO Box 753
Hillsboro NH 03244

Foster a dog, Volunteer, or a whole host of other options! See how to help!

Buy something cool!

Check our our NEW embroidered line of clothing! We also have lots of people and dog accessories as well as greeting cards and stocking stuffers! Visit our On-line store for the full catalog!

Since 1998, I have been taking dogs from the Center for Animal Care & Control in New York City. In 2005, we moved 25 dogs into permanent homes from the city. In 2006, we moved 52 dogs into permanent homes from the city. The NYCACC takes in all stray and city impound dogs as well as owner turn ins and averages 3000 animals a month. Owners are allowed 72 hours to reclaim their dog, or the dog becomes available for adoption or may be euthanized. To get these dogs to safety, we need to move them to boarding space. DISCOUNTED boarding space in New York is $25/day. That gets expensive quickly and we need HELP  with it.

~We take several dogs every week. Your continued support is needed. ~

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Last Updated:  12/31/2008