Our wish is that every rottweiler have a loving and nurturing life-time home. Towards that end we are staunch supporters of spay and neuter until such time as no rottweiler will ever be exploited because they are so plentiful. This site is brimming with educational material. Please make yourself at home and visit often.
If you'd like to adopt one of the dogs showcased on this page, please first read our adoption policy and contract and then fill in the online adoption application. To help ensure a smooth transition, before arriving to meet the dogs, please thoroughly read starting out right! and the training and books pages. There is valuable information on the health page, particularly the sections on the dangers of overvaccination and pet foods.
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In addition to the dogs we have available for adoption, we are happy to provide a referral service for people who, for one reason or another, are forced to give up their pets. Since these dogs are not with us we have not personally provided their veterinary care but can share with you the information we have been given by their current owners.
If you're interested in utilizing our referral service we'd be pleased to put your dog's picture and story on our site to help them get the best home possible.
Dogs, like people, deserve to live out their senior years with grace and dignity and most importantly with the security of being surrounded by a loving, caring family. When that is not happening, we try to help by finding a new, ultracompassionate family who knows what a gift it is to receive the grateful love of a senior animal. Angel's family tells us Angel is a great companion who went through training school 8 years ago and although she is 13 she can still run and play just like she was a young pup. There is a new baby in the house, however, that Angel is uncomfortable around so the family would like her to have a new home before the baby starts to walk. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to adopt Angel.
Bruno is a 4 year old, 136 pound, bulldog who is sweet, calm, well mannered, kind and gentle. He's housebroken and loves car rides, long walks, playing with frisbees, balls and the hose spray! Bruno is very people oriented and looking for a special family with no other pets to share the rest of his life with. Please email email@example.com for an application.
|Thanks for visiting our rottweilers. This page is updated as
become available so please check back frequently. While you are here
enjoy our pages of A Rott's Prayer; starting out with your new rott;
important topics on health care; animal welfare links; rott rescue links;
adoption policy and contract; adoption application; and how to contact us.
Thinking about breeding your rott? Please read The ABC's of Rescue.
Please check out our new sections on kind training and great books.
If you would like to help we always need foster homes and donations.
Rottweiler Rescue of Michigan,