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My name is Brew!

Rottweiler Mix Dog for adoption in Surrey, British Columbia - Brew
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West Coast Rottweiler Rescue

Facts about Brew

  • Breed: Rottweiler Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
Dec 28th, 2016;
well, we know alot more about this boy. And I will put this out to the universe.
Brew could be adopted to a person or couple that are experienced with this breed. Brew has gained strength in his legs and regained some mobility but he will never be 100%. He still needs a home with no stairs and a carpeted area to live in. We want a fenced yard so that in good weather, he can enjoy the outside if he chooses. But his favorite thing besides food is being with his people. Brew can NOT live with other animals or small children
This boy is still not use to all the coming and going in a busy household so a quiet couple is best for him. When he is unhappy with something, he is quick to let you know with a clear growl. And even though we have been working on it, he still feels the need to guard his food/toys. He needs very little in the way of regular exercise and WCRR will continue to help with his physio,
Brew is not for the first time dog owner. Even though he does have some physical limitations, he is still very strong and certainly strong willed. His ideal owner is someone that has owned Rottweilers in the past and understands the need to be vigilant with them around strangers If you feel you can offer Brew a home please contact us at wcrr.info@gmail.com

Brew has been with us for 1 week (this is Sept 30th). This is the first week Brew has lived in a house. He is 4.5. yrs old, a neutered male. He has a few manners but not many. But far more important then manners is Brew's health. About a yr ago he HAD what the vets think is Fibrocartilagenous Embolism. http://www.avsspecialists.com/client-resources/articles/fibrocartilagenous-embolism-fce/ It was serious enough that Brew has never really recovered from it. He continues to be very lame on the right side. The front right leg is completely atrophied and Brew's brain has no idea where his right rear leg is. It is much like a stroke in a human. When it happened his owner did take him for some physio therapy but they stopped after awhile.
We have decided to restart that in an effort to see if Brew can gain more mobility. As it is now, he can walk but only for short distances. He can not manage stairs and must be on a carpeted area at all times or he simply goes down. At 116 lbs, its very hard to get him up again. We have had our first couple of sessions at Boundray Bay Specialty Hospital. We will know in a month or so how much if any Brewster will improve. But for now, it is what it is and we will help him in any way that we can.

Brew has been with us for a week. His vet bill is already over $800.00. If you think you can help, please send the donation to https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/west-coast-rottweiler-rescue/

I don't often plead for money. But Brew's care will be long term and expensive.

About West Coast Rottweiler Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small group of individuals from the Lower Mainland area of British Columbia that pledge to place homeless Rottweilers and Rottweiler crosses with appropriate loving families.

All animals in the care of WCRR will be provided with medical assistance, foster homes, appropriate food and housing. Before being placed with a family, all animals will be altered and micro chipped. Follow up care will be provided for the life of any dog in our care.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption fees range from $300.00 for puppies to $100.00 for senior dogs. An application will be sent to you via email. Please fill it out and send it back. A homecheck and references will need to be done. We will place the dogs in the homes that are best suited for them. If we don't have a dog in care that is suitable for you, we will let you know and if possible will help you find a dog in a shelter.