Adopt

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppies and dogs in White Hall, Arkansas

Looking for a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppy or dog in White Hall, Arkansas? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Greater Swiss Mountain Dog near you.

Picture of Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Adopt a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog near you in White Hall, Arkansas

We don't see any Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs available for adoption right now, but new adoptable pets are added every day. Try a different search below!

These pups are in White Hall, Arkansas too!

Below are our newest added Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs available for adoption in White Hall, Arkansas. To see more adoptable Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs in White Hall, Arkansas, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
We'll also keep you updated on Jake's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Jake

Jake

Rottweiler

Male
White Hall, AR
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact SSRR (Adoptions@southernstatesrescuedrottweilers.org) for more information about this pet.                      Jake's favorite place is by your side, or at least in the same room you are in. He loves cuddles and will work for affection (or treats!). He adapts well to change and picks up on household rules pretty quickly. He loves to chew, but keeps his interests to appropriate things to chew. His favorite is beef cheek rolls! He loves playing tug or with other dogs in the household. He isn’t so great with fetch, but he is getting there. He doesn't want to relinquish the toy, but will let you take it from him. Jake is good with cats that are indifferent or good with dogs. If the cat swats any time he gets in proximity, Jake will bark at the cat until redirected. He has not been around children, but we anticipate his morning puppy energy might knock a child down. Jake loves everyone and has offered every person he has met so far, a Rottie lean. He is learning that his choices have consequences. The current one he is working through is coming out of the crate and not jumping up beside you for attention. He is understanding that the best way to receive attention isn't the high excited jumping, but instead, a sit. Jake still doesn't know what to do with his "first thing in the morning" puppy energy though, so the sit is usually pretty wiggly. He has less energy than we are used to in a 1-year-old Rottie, possibly because of being a Parvo survivor, but that just means that it is easier to satisfy his exercise needs.    A Typical Day in the Life of Jake: The alarm goes off. Jake waits a few minutes to see if his foster mom as actually going to wake up. If she doesn’t, he whines in the crate for about 10 minutes. He sits before the crate door is opened. He is still working on duration with an open crate door and release, so the release is pretty quickl. Excitement! Jumping up next to foster mom, then remembering his manners and sitting. He gets a quick pet before going outside. Next up he has about 30 minutes of play outside and potty time. He goes back in and has about 15 - 30 minutes of cuddle time. Next, he sits and waits patiently for breakfast which is 1.5 - 2c of food in his crate. After breakfast he usually takes a 2-3 hour nap in whichever room foster mom is working in. Some days, Jake goes on a 2-3 mile walk in the woods. Others he goes to class. On these days he is generally pretty chill the rest of the day. If he doesn't exercise his mind or body, he usually has about 2 more sessions of zoomies and/or wanting to play a day. Dinner is another 1.5 - 2c. After dinner, he wants to cuddle up with you on the couch or in bed and watch TV. His last bout of play is usually around 9:00pm. After that, he is usually asleep for the night. When humans are ready for bed, throw a few treats into the crate and Jake will kennel up for night, without a cue.    Upon approval to adopt, you will be sent SSRR Decompression and Introduction requirements that we require ALL of our adopters to follow . You will be asked to acknowledge receipt of these requirements, verify that you have read them and that you will follow them.   Special thanks to Tracy Allard of Penny Whistle Photography for these incredible pictures of Peanut.  Please click on the image below to go to Tracy's website. Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.  Log in to, or create, your iGive account. Choose Southern States Rescued Rottweilers (SSRR) as your cause.   Shop at any of iGive's 2,000+ partner stores to ear n a free donation for SSRR . Join today and earn an additional $5 bonus for your favorite cause when you make your first purchase within 30 days. Click here for more information                         Step 1:   Please complete the adoption application in full; incomplete applications WILL NOT BE PROCESSED Step 2:   Our Lead Adoption Coordinator will contact you and confirm your application has been received (please use our Contact Us form if you have not gotten a response within 7 days). Step 3:   After you have received confirmation from our Lead Adoption Coordinator, your application will then be forwarded to communicate with one of our Adoption Coordinators.  The Adoption Coordinator is your point of contact during the adoption process.   Step 4:   Once the Adoption Coordinator has finished processing your application, a volunteer will be selected to contact you to schedule a home visit. Home visits allow us to see where the dog will live, discuss any questions you have and review our adoption contract. Step 5:   Once the application process is completed, the adoption package goes to the board of directors for a 24 hour review. SSRR is very serious about the homes our dogs are placed in and want to ensure they never end up homeless again.  If you have any questions, please email us at rottie.info.ssrr@gmail.com . Thank you for your interest in adopting a rescued Rottweiler! If you are interested in adopting this Rottweiler, please fill out an Adoption Application today.     June 18, 2024, 9:51 am
We'll also keep you updated on Ross's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Ross

Ross

Rottweiler

Male
White Hall, AR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact SSRR (Adoptions@southernstatesrescuedrottweilers.org) for more information about this pet.                      Ross is an energetic boy who is estimated to be about 2-3 years old and was picked up as a stray.  He weighs about 70 pounds and is dog friendly.  He loves to run and play with his foster brother, who is a large Rottweiler, and is very gentle with his foster sisters, who are about 50 pounds.  We aren’t sure how he is with little dogs.  We don’t know much about his history, but he is easily frightened, especially with unfamiliar/new situations and is inclined to move away when he is approached or is uncomfortable.  If he initiates contact with you, he will lean against you and loves pets and scratches.  He seems to want love and attention but doesn’t know how to ask for it (or trust that he will receive it).  He doesn’t know many commands (we are working on sit and come) and is somewhat motivated by treats.  His food disappears quickly and he likes to hide his toys in his crate.  He is okay on a leash and likes to run and play when he is comfortable – he is a very fast runner.  With time and patience, he is learning that humans can be loving and trusted.  He would do best in a home with no small children or cats and would enjoy the company of another dog.  His owner should be prepared to be patient and gentle with Ross as he continues to build trust.  The result will be a wonderful companion.   Upon approval to adopt, you will be sent SSRR Decompression and Introduction requirements that we require ALL of our adopters to follow . You will be asked to acknowledge receipt of these requirements, verify that you have read them and that you will follow them.    Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.  Log in to, or create, your iGive account. Choose Southern States Rescued Rottweilers (SSRR) as your cause.   Shop at any of iGive's 2,000+ partner stores to ear n a free donation for SSRR . Join today and earn an additional $5 bonus for your favorite cause when you make your first purchase within 30 days. Click here for more information                         Step 1:   Please complete the adoption application in full; incomplete applications WILL NOT BE PROCESSED Step 2:   Our Lead Adoption Coordinator will contact you and confirm your application has been received (please use our Contact Us form if you have not gotten a response within 7 days). Step 3:   After you have received confirmation from our Lead Adoption Coordinator, your application will then be forwarded to communicate with one of our Adoption Coordinators.  The Adoption Coordinator is your point of contact during the adoption process.   Step 4:   Once the Adoption Coordinator has finished processing your application, a volunteer will be selected to contact you to schedule a home visit. Home visits allow us to see where the dog will live, discuss any questions you have and review our adoption contract. Step 5:   Once the application process is completed, the adoption package goes to the board of directors for a 24 hour review. SSRR is very serious about the homes our dogs are placed in and want to ensure they never end up homeless again.  If you have any questions, please email us at rottie.info.ssrr@gmail.com . Thank you for your interest in adopting a rescued Rottweiler! If you are interested in adopting this Rottweiler, please fill out an Adoption Application today.     June 18, 2024, 9:51 am
We'll also keep you updated on Dottie's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Dottie

Dottie

Rottweiler

Female, Adult
White Hall, AR
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact SSRR (Adoptions@southernstatesrescuedrottweilers.org) for more information about this pet.                        Hi future family, my name is Dottie - or Dottie the Rottie as my foster family likes to say! The shelter who found me as a stray called me Sweet Cheeks which is a name that describes me to a T. My favorite thing in the world is being next to my humans, snuggled with them on the couch. I also love snacks and naps. I know basic commands, am crate trained and completely house broken - so basically the perfect dog :) I love to prance and run around outside with my silly long legs as well as play fetch and occasionally chase the neighbor’s car along the fence. On a rare occasion I’ll even use my big girl bark, but I promise only to do so when you need to know about something important like an intruder... or a pesky cyclist! I currently have 3 older brothers at my foster family’s home and I love to play with them, though I’m told I play a little rough so my foster family thinks I should either be an only dog or be with a dog that is more submissive / unreactive. My perfect home would be a place where my family gives me lots of attention and affection because I too have lots of love to give. Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.  Log in to, or create, your iGive account. Choose Southern States Rescued Rottweilers (SSRR) as your cause.   Shop at any of iGive's 2,000+ partner stores to ear n a free donation for SSRR . Join today and earn an additional $5 bonus for your favorite cause when you make your first purchase within 30 days. Click here for more information                         Step 1:   Please complete the adoption application in full; incomplete applications WILL NOT BE PROCESSED Step 2:   Our Lead Adoption Coordinator will contact you and confirm your application has been received (please use our Contact Us form if you have not gotten a response within 7 days). Step 3:   After you have received confirmation from our Lead Adoption Coordinator, your application will then be forwarded to communicate with one of our Adoption Coordinators.  The Adoption Coordinator is your point of contact during the adoption process.   Step 4:   Once the Adoption Coordinator has finished processing your application, a volunteer will be selected to contact you to schedule a home visit. Home visits allow us to see where the dog will live, discuss any questions you have and review our adoption contract. Step 5:   Once the application process is completed, the adoption package goes to the board of directors for a 24 hour review. SSRR is very serious about the homes our dogs are placed in and want to ensure they never end up homeless again.  If you have any questions, please email us at rottie.info.ssrr@gmail.com . Thank you for your interest in adopting a rescued Rottweiler! If you are interested in adopting this Rottweiler, please fill out an Adoption Application today.     June 18, 2024, 9:51 am

Search for a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppy or dog

Use the search tool below to browse adoptable Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppies and adults Greater Swiss Mountain Dog in White Hall, Arkansas.

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppies and dogs in nearby cities

Related breeds in White Hall, Arkansas

Looking for a specific shelter or rescue?

There are often many great Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs for adoption at local animal shelters or rescues. Click below to find a shelter or rescue in your area!

magnifying glass with cat and dog

Want to learn more about adopting a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppy or dog?

We've got all the info you need on adopting and caring for a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppy. Check out the links below for everything you ever wanted to know about Greater Swiss Mountain Dog puppies and adults.

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog basics

clipboard with list

Where do Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs come from? How many types of Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog.

Learn More an arrow icon