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Rottweiler puppies and dogs in Selma, North Carolina

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Zander

Rottweiler

Male, Young
Middlesex, NC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Z has been with me since he was 8 weeks old and is loved. However, I am not able to care for him anymore.
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Sarabi

Rottweiler

Female, Puppy
Garner, NC
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hi there!I am available for adoption! I am super cute and super sweet, ready to go home  Good with dogs No kids and untested with cats Chip traces back to lines in Africa ##2019503##
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Abby

Rottweiler

Female, Adult
Cary, NC
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Abby is a stunning Rottweiler that is estimated to be 2 1/2 years old and weighs 65lbs.  Abby and her puppies were surrendered to a rural shelter in August 2023 when the puppies were only 4 weeks old. Animal control did a welfare check and found Abby living outside in a pen with a huge sore around her neck from an embedded collar and the owners were unable to afford her medical care. One of our volunteers wanted to help immediately and agreed to foster Abby and her puppies. All of Abby's puppies have since been adopted, but it was clear that Abby had never been properly socialized or received any kind of training. She did great with her original foster with house manners and was friendly with people, but she lacked confidence and wasn't sure how to play, walk, or interact around other dogs. BFPA decided it would be best to send her to an eight-week positive reinforcement training program to help develop her confidence and learn how to be a "dog". We are happy to report that she did amazing in training and is ready for adoption! Feedback from her training is that Abby is loyal, loving, and eager to please. Her willingness to make her handler happy is unmatched. Abby has great recall, offers sits for permission and has done great with strangers in and out of the home. She is very food and treat motivated and takes treats gently and respectfully. She loves to work for her food! Abby has been conditioned to her crate and all she needs to do to be told "kennel up" with a finger point to the crate and she goes in. She sometimes can get stressed for being crated for long periods of time, so a home that doesn't have long working hours would be best for her. Abby's ideal home would also have a fenced in yard (but not required), a foster/ adopter that is willing to continue with her training which BFPA will help with, and no other pets. Abby is dog selective and seems to tolerate calm dogs her size or smaller, but she doesn't really show any interest in wanting to interact. Dogs that are higher energy, barky, or ones that show signs of anxiety/ nervousness tend to cause her to react. If there is another dog(s) in the home, we would have to evaluate if they are a good fit and be with someone that is experienced with dog behavior. Abby was tested with a kitty early on. While she wasn't aggressive with the cat, she did seem overly interested and we would need to make sure there was a way to keep the cat(s) separate until trusted. Abby has also lived with kids and would be ok with older children 12+ that are able to respect boundaries. Do you have the right home for Abby?  She wants to be part of a loving  family.  She has come a long way from her miserable life before Best Friend Pet Adoption saved her.  Could you provide a wonderful life for Abby?  She will give you plenty of love in return.  Some of the information contained in this biography includes approximations based on our expertise and is not guaranteed.    Applicants ideally should  live no further than one hour from Cary NC as our dogs must be seen by a BFPA veterinarian for all medical care prior to adoptions being finalized. We would also like to provide assistance in her training which would occur in the Raleigh area.  For the right match for Abby, we will consider applicants who live a bit further away.  INTERESTED IN ADOPTING ABBY? If so, please fill out our dog adoption application by copying and pasting this link in a new browser window:  https://toolkit.rescuegroups.org/of/f?c=WHMSYCNC Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.April 17, 2024, 1:52 pm
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Freya

Rottweiler

Female, Adult
Louisburg, NC
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
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Story
Unaltered Available for Adoption or Rescue on: 4-12-2024 Weight: 96.90 Pounds Most animals at Franklin County Animal Shelter are of unknown origin. Therefore, there are no guarantees to their health or behavior and items such as breed, and age are an estimate. If you are interested in adopting this animal, please feel free to call our office at 919-496-3032 or email us at animalshelter@franklincountync.gov in the case that we may have additional information. Adoptions and Rescues begin at 12pm. Current shelter hours are Monday - Saturday 12pm-3pm. This animal will be available for adoption or rescue on the date posted above. Adoptions and rescues are first come first serve. The fee to adopt a dog/puppy who has not already been spay/neutered is $130 (cash or check). This will include a $100 voucher to use toward spay/neuter of the cat/kitten adopted. These vouchers are accepted by multiple local veterinarians! A government issued photo ID is also required at the time of the adoption. You must be 18 years old to adopt.

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20.4 miles

Rustys Rescue Ranch

267 Timber Dr. #1895, Garner, NC 27529

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32.4 miles

Best Friend Pet Adoption

P.O. Box 5305, Cary, NC 27512

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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38 miles

Franklin County Animal Control

351 T. Kemp Road, Louisburg, NC 27549

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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