already neutered, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Boyd is a 3 year old AKC papered rottweiler and does come with his pedigree. He has been professionally trained by Lorenzo's Dog Training, and his trainer Galen will be offeing you a couple of free lessons so that you can learn how to continue with the way that he has been trained. Boyd was surrender to us because he bit a child who was visiting his home for thanksgiving. They had given Boyd a bone and placed him on his bed in the corner and Boyd was happy to chew his bone all alone, but then the child decided that Boyd should kiss him and he tried to give Boyd a hug and kiss and Boyd snapped at the child and bit him. Nothing major but did break skin a little bit. So we are going to say that Boyd needs to be placed in a home with older kids only, and parents who are willing and able to supervise their kids around the dog. Boyd does well with other dogs but due to his food aggression it may be best that he is the only dog or with a family who does not insist on giving their dogs bones and then leaving them out. Treats, food and anything of high value would need to be given to Boyd in his crate, outside or in another room and picked up when he is done with it. Other then that issue Boyd is a very handsome, smart, ultra cool boy! If you would like to meet Boyd please fill out out adoption questionnaire located here http://www.rottenrottie.com/adoption.html thank you.
ASSIST AND SAVE THE LIVES OF ROTTWEILERS DOGS FROM BEING EUTHANIZED AT OUR COUNTY’S SHELTERS, TO PROTECT AND REHOME STRAY AND UNWANTED DOGS, TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC IN THE IMPORTANCE OF ALTERING THEIR PET TO REDUCE THE OVER POPULATION OF PETS IN MARICOPA COUNTY
We are a foster based rescue and have our dogs in foster homes in the east valley mostly. We are always looking for foster homes so that we are able to save more of the beautiful rotties that find themselves homeless. If you are interested in becoming a foster home for Rotten Rottie Rescue, please contact us to learn more!
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If you are interested in adopting one of our fun loving not so rotten rotties, you will be asked to fill out a questionnaire that will allows us to get to know you better and to make sure the dog you are looking at is a good fit for your family and lifestyle. You can access our questionnaire by going to our website, www.rottenrottie.com click on the forms tab, and fill out the questionnaire and submit it online.
After we review your answers, if we feel that the dog that you are interested in, is not a good fit for you and your family, we may recommend a different rottweiler companion. After we determine which Rottweiler is the best for you, we will set up a time so that you can meet him or her at their house, where they will feel most comfortable and act as they normally do. An adoption contract will be signed to finalize the adoption and we do ask for a rehoming fee of $300 for most adults, $150 for most of our seniors 6 years and for any rottweiler mix of any age (except puppies) . Our fees for puppies fluctuate depending on how much we had to invest into them or their litter. These funds are necessary so that our organization may continue to rehome rottweilers. ALL of our dogs are sterilized, fully vaccinated and microchipped and come with a collar and a leash. We have also addressed any injury or illness that they had when they came to us, or received in foster care. These problems will be disclosed to the adopter prior to adoption.
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