My name is Stewart!

Rottweiler Dog for adoption in Tracy, California - Stewart
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Friends of Canines Animal Rescue

Facts about Stewart

  • Breed: Rottweiler
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: SacCounty-Stewart
This is Stewart. He is a 4 year old male Rottweiler currently located at the Sacramento County Animal shelter. Stewart is a shelter favorite with the staff and vounteers at the shelter. This is what they had to say about him:
Stewart is one happy guy! He loves people and is very eager to make new friends. He is outgoing and is a blast to hang out with. He really loves his toys, and doesn't eagerly give them up. He has been with us since 11/2, and we can't figure out why he hasn't been adopted!
Stewart is available for adoption NOW! If you can give this fellow a good home, please go to meet him at the Sacramento County animal shelter. You can refer to his ID# A701334.

Sacramento County Animal Care
Address: 3839 Bradshaw Rd, Sacramento, CA 95827
Phone: (916) 368-7387
Saturday 12–4:30PM
Sunday 12–4:30PM
Monday Closed
Tuesday 12:30–6:30PM
Wednesday 12:30–5:30PM
Thursday 12:30–6:30PM
Friday 12:30–5:30PM
Thank you for considering a shelter pet!
This is a shelter-assist listing. Information regarding this pet is not guaranteed to be accurate or complete. The health status and behavior of any pet found, adopted through, or listed on this website as a shelter-assist listing are always uncertain. Adopters release Friends of Canines Animal Rescue from any and all liability arising out of or in any way connected with the adoption of a pet listed on this website as a shelter-assist listing.

About Friends of Canines Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are located in Tracy, California and work with shelters in our area. We try to save dogs that are in danger of euthanization and give them a temporary home until we find a family for them. We housetrain them and teach them to live in a home environment. We offer socialization to our rescue dogs by walking them, taking them with us as often as possible, and work with them to get along with other foster dogs in our home. Lastly, before adopting a dog out to a new family, we do a home check to ensure that the rescue dog is a good match for the new adopters. If the new adoption does not work out in your home, we will welcome the dog back at any time. In this way, we hope that both you and the dog will be happy with the adoption.

We also help dog owners, and people who have found a lost dog, try to find a new home for these pets. We assist them by listing the dog on our web site as an owner assist listing. The owner or current caretaker of the pet continues to care for the pet and is the contact person for the pet, while the dog is listed on our webpage. Our adoption fees and policies for FCAR do not apply to these dogs. Their adoptions go strictly through their owners and caretakers and we try to help find them new families by providing exposure for them through our webpages.

Our Adoption Process...

Refer to our website: and click on Adoption process for this information.