My name is Moose!

Rottweiler Dog for adoption in Fargo, North Dakota - Moose
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4 Luv of Dog Rescue

Facts about Moose

  • Breed: Rottweiler
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10813797-3695


If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. 

Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation.



Name: Moose
Breed: Rottweiler Mix
Age:  2.5 Years
Size:  X-Large    118 lbs

Adoption Donation:  $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check.   
Other:  Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip



Moose wants to be your boy! (He is so cute!)



Foster Home Feedback

12/1/16: Moose is doing great. For the most part, he is a very laid back, lazy, low maintenance dog. He reminds me very much of a herding breed where they like their calmness and order. If our other two dogs are playing and they get too rough for his liking, he will get up, walk to them, give them a stern bark and sometimes will try to intervene. Of course with his size, this can be intimidating. We have been telling him “No Sir” and call him to us so he understands that playing is okay. 

Moose loves toys; his favorite is a purple squeaky pacifier which is hilarious to see a dog his size walk around with a pacifier! He is also a toy terminator so we have to watch and take the terminated toy away so he doesn’t consume any pieces of them. With his love for toys, he also will growl when we go to take them away but we have found it to not be aggressive. Moose actually has a very “soft” mouth and will let you take it from him. We notice this behavior as well when our other dogs go near him when he has a toy. We are working to reassure him that other dogs around are ok, otherwise, we will take the toy away. He has never taken action towards our other dogs during these situations.

A nice benefit is he doesn’t go on any furniture or the bed. Our dogs are allowed to so we figured he would follow suit but he has never even attempted. He lays on the rug in the living room  by the couch and on a rug by the side of the bed. He loves to lay around and get his pets in! It really has been a joy, with some additional work, having him around.


11/27/16: Moose is our first foster and he is doing great! He loves to sit on our lap if we sit on the floor. We haven't had any issues with aggressiveness towards our dominant female but we have to watch the interaction because he doesn't walk away if she gets stubborn. He is doing amazing with our pit puppy; the puppy will stand on his back with his front paws and Moose plays along or is very passive and patient. He is a vocal player which can be intimidating because of his size but we understand it's his way of fun. He has caught on to our doggy door immediately, no training needed. We trimmed his front nails today and he did great; we also gave him a bath, he jumped right in and didn't put up any fuss while getting washed. Moose really is a big baby and we are so happy he is our first foster!


11/21/16 :   Moose loves attention - and will take all you can give him.   He is good with some dogs, from Chihuahua size on up, but has had some "spats" over resources with bigger dogs in the house.  He ignores the cats but did grumble at kittens approaching.    He is definitely food motivated so if you want to teach him something new, he likes his food.  He loves to be petted and brushed and will stay there all day and let you do so.  Moose would probably be best in a household with someone who has experience with the Rottweiler breed and/or large dogs.

Moose has been x-rayed and examined for an apparent slight hip issue, but surgery is not recommended and is instead managed with a supplement.

Moose is a big handsome guy - apply to meet him and make him a part of your home!

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About 4 Luv of Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

4 Luv of Dog Rescue is an independent dog rescue based in Fargo, ND, devoted to rescuing and rehoming dogs. This rescue does not believe in breed discrimination and welcomes all breeds.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We regularly have "Meet the Dogs!" events at the West Fargo PetSmart store. These events will give you the opportunity to meet some of the dogs we have available for adoption and to visit with our volunteers. See our website for schedule dates/times.

Our Adoption Process...

There is a pre-adoption application, reference check, and home visit required prior to adopting an animal. There is an adoption donation/fee applied to all dogs. This fee ranges from $100-150. These fees help cover the veterinary care we have provided for the animals while they wait for homes. The fee also helps pay for the food and other general care we provide for the dogs. You must be 21 yrs or older to adopt a dog and can not live in a an area where there are dog breed bans. We do adopt to homes outside on the area, but there are special requirements for out of state adopters.