Here is a little about us!
Rotten Rottie Rescue is a non profit 501C3 small rescue focused on purebred Rottweilers. We take in rottweilers that find themselves homeless and end up in the pound, or rotties that are about to be turned over to the pound because their owners can not keep them. We make sure that WE ADDRESS ALL OF THEIR MEDICAL ISSUES each dog has current vaccinations for parvo, distemper and rabies. We spay and neuter each and every dog, treat them for fleas and ticks, test them for heartworms and microchip them before we find them loving responsible homes where they will be happy and spend the rest of their days.
We can not take in dogs from the public that are human aggressive. We rely on donations from the public, so we can continue to do what we do. Please consider donating to our no kill rescue. Together with your help, we can rescue and rehome this wonderful breed and give them a second chance to find the forever home they so deserve.
Our Mission Statement
Our goal is to rescue, restore health, and place rottweilers in safe adoptive and foster homes. To offer the public that own rottweilers advice and solutions to help them to keep their rottweilers and educate the public on the importance of spay and neutering their pets. We always advocate for the rottweiler and consider him or her our clients.
TO DATE WE HAVE RESCUED OVER 750 ROTTWEILERS
There would be no need for this if people would stop breeding them!! Please adopt before you shop. If we all unite and stop buying dogs from backyard breeders, puppy mills, pet stores and even AKC breeders, then they would stop breeding until they all have a home. Although we have been successful in rehoming as many as we have, we have also been unsuccessful in rescuing 1000's of others, who were destroyed due to the inability to find them a home quick enough. Don't contribute to this number. Stand up and tell them enough is enough. No more rottweiler should have to die because they are homeless.
Contact Shelly at 480 -567-4328 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org