I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Fritz is a male rottweiler. He is about 2.5 years old but small for his age (about 70 lbs). Fritz is a bit shy and it takes a while for him to warm up to you, but, once he knows you, he loves to get a hug and a cuddle. He's also kind of a goofball, especially in the morning. Fritz walks well on a leash and really loves to go for his walks. He rides very well in the car (we try to take him with us as much as possible for socialization) and likes to be with you. Fritz is pretty submissive with other dogs and therefore gets along well with all of his foster brother and sisters. Because he is a shy boy, we would like to try to place him in a home with a second (preferably female) dog, or with an owner who is not away from home for long periods, most of the week. Fritz is housetrained and up-to-date on his vaccinations.
I think it is necessary to say, that after Fritz's elbow dysplasia surgery, he has a bit of arthritis in both elbows. He is on an inexpensive joint medicine and we give him the occasional baby aspirin for pain. For these reasons, we feel it is necessary to list Fritz as a special needs dog. It is a shame for someone so young to have gone through so much - medically.
Fritz is a sweetheart and is looking for a loving family. If you are interested in adopting Fritz, please e-mail us
for an adoption application or check out our adoption process