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My name is Nana!

Rottweiler/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Loxahatchee, Florida - Nana
Photo 1 - Rottweiler/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Loxahatchee, Florida - Nana
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Big Dog Ranch Rescue

Facts about Nana

  • Breed: Rottweiler/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 29222967
Nana is one loving, sweet soul! She is one half of a bonded pair with her daughter, Diana. Diana and Nana's story is a sad one. They were found in an area in Miami that is widely known as a dumping ground for unwanted pets. When they arrived at the ranch it became clear that they had both been surviving off of the bare minimum and were both pregnant. While both the litters have gone on to be adopted and live their lives, Nana and Diana are here at the Ranch, waiting. Won't you come meet this lovely pair??

Adopting one dog is overwhelming, so adopting a bonded pair out is always an uphill battle. However, these two dogs could not make that decision any easier. Nana is definitely the more outgoing of the two and greets everyone with a barrage of sniffs, tail wags and twirl-arounds. She is very playful and cannot wait for her play time when she gets to go out with Diana and her other dog friends and run around and play. After exhausting herself through playtime she will be right at your feet, belly up demanding belly rubs with her eyes. She really is a giant love. They have been known to jump the fence when they get bored and create their own adventures so supervised outdoor time or leash walks are advised. Please take the time to get to know these lovely ladies, they are sure to win your hearts!

I am looking for that special someone to adopt me and give me a forever home. If you’re interested in adopting me, please visit our website and fill out the adoption form online at http://bdrr.org/adoption-form; Or contact Big Dog Ranch Rescue by Phone: (561) 791-6465 or (561) 309-3311; by Email: adoptions@bdrr.org.

About Big Dog Ranch Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Big Dog Ranch Rescue (BDRR) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization devoted to saving the lives of homeless pets.
We provide great care for dogs, of all size and breeds, until they are adopted into the right homes. BDRR is a leader in the national animal welfare movement, through compassionate, innovative rescue practices and transformative educational programs. Our goal is to give the gift of life to as many dogs as humanely possible, enrich the lives of those who adopt them, and in doing so, help create a better world. Big Dog Ranch Rescue is associated with the Weimaraner Rescue & Adoption of Florida and is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. All of the donations made go to benefit the dogs whether its food, vet care, supplies, medications, toys, dog beds, etc. Please visit our help page on our website for more information on what donations we need and also how to donate. http://bdrr.org/donate-today/

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please call or email to set up an appointment to meet our dogs. Most of the dogs are located at our facility. Email: adoptions@bdrr.org or call 561-791-6465. We are located at 1930 D Road, Loxahatchee, FL 33470 or go to http://bdrr.org/contact-us/ and complete the form. We look forward to seeing you! ~The BDRR Team

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in adopting a dog from us please visit our website adoptions page to complete an adoption application. at www.bdrr.org/adoption-application. This will help us make sure we find you the right dog to fit your situation and family. Once you have completed the application, we will call you to set up an appointment for you to come and meet the dogs. Our adoption fees range from $150-$450 depending on the dog's breed, age and the amount rescue had to put in to save this dog.