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My name is Ara!

Rottweiler Dog for adoption in Pittsburg, Kansas - Ara
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GypsySoul Rottweiler Rescue

Facts about Ara

  • Breed: Rottweiler
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Less than 24 hours later, Ara was returned to us at absolutely no fault of her own!! Just a reminder to anyone interested in adopting from us, please be sure you are willing to make a lifelong commitment-- Ara is a sensitive girl and all of this bouncing around is very hard on her. She is looking for a quiet home with a comfy couch to settle in on for the rest of her life. She deserves to be given a chance!!
Ara is a 4 year old rottweiler. She was adopted in February and her adopter put her on unnecessary anxiety medications instead of seeking training advice in order to help ease her transition into her new home. These unnecessary medications caused her to gain a concerning amount of weight in a short period of time. Ara has now been weaned off of her medications and is now on a diet and is steadily losing weight. Ara is a sweet girl who gets along with other dogs and cats. She is well behaved in the house, house trained, crate trained, and knows basic obedience. She is a sweet girl who loves to snuggle in bed and get belly rubs. She is also well behaved on a leash and enjoys going on walks. She is sensitive and can be a little nervous sometimes so we would prefer she go to a home with respectful, calm children over 12. She is looking for a calm household who can help her get back to a healthy weight and a healthy, comfortable life!! Are you her new family?
If you are interested in adopting Ara, please send us a message or read over our policies at GypsySoulRR.com/policies and fill out a Rottweiler Adoption Application at GypsySoulRR.com/forms.

About GypsySoul Rottweiler Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

GypsySoul Rottweiler Rescue, Inc. is a small, state licensed, foster based rescue in Pittsburg, KS. We primarily rescue Rottweilers but take dogs of all breeds and backgrounds into our rescue.

Our Mission:
Our mission is to rescue homeless and at risk dogs, promote responsible ownership, reduce the euthanization rate, engage and educate our community, ensure the safety and health of all dogs that come into our care for their entire lives, put an end to breed specific legislation, train, rehabilitate, and provide aggression and anxiety therapy to dogs in need to help end unnecessary euthanization of troubled dogs, and advocate for all animals.

Director:
Lauren Paige
Assistant Director:
Logan Rink

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We do meet and greets by appointment only for approved adopters.
Keep up with our adoption events and more at GypsySoulRR.com/events

Our Adoption Process...

Please read our policies at GypsySoulRR.com/policies
Requirements for Potential Adopters:
All GSRR Adopters must fill out an adoption application or go through some form of interview process with a GSRR staff member prior to adoption. During this process, we ensure that all pets in a potential adopter’s home are spayed or neutered, up to date on all vaccinations, and on heartworm preventative. We ALWAYS do a veterinary reference check on any potential adopter with other pets in the home to ensure these things. We also check local and nationwide “Do Not Adopt” lists for the names of potential adopters. We DO NOT adopt out dogs to strictly outdoor homes or to homes that have other dogs that are strictly outdoors (we will rarely make exceptions to this rule). We can not adopt out pit bulls or pit bull-type dogs to areas with breed specific legislation that bans pit bulls (this also applies to other banned breeds including Rottweilers). We require that potential adopters be willing to give a rescue dog continued training and socialization and to seek professional advice should training issues arise. We reserve the right to refuse a dog to anyone.