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|Rescue Me ID: 17-01-09-00290Jazzy (female)|
Jazzy is a very sweet dog. My sister has been relocated for her job and can not take her with her. The neighbors want the dog removed immediately!!
Benton County Bella Vista, AR 72715 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-12-29-00066Roxy (female)|
My daughter has a Rottweiler mix female pup that is so so sweet. Her temper is getting the best of her now and she is becoming more aggressive with other dogs. Miss Foxy is a little under 2yrs. While trying to separate the dogs fighting she has injured my daughter. I can no longer risk her harming anyone else or the other dogs. I don't want to take her to the pound. She is so very sweet with humans and kids. She just isn't doing well around other dogs. Please help I'm in northwest Arkansas
Benton County Rogers, AR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-12-28-00356Rocky (male)|
Very sweet and mature. I've had him since birth and I personally I don't want to get rid of him but I have to. The ordinance says I can only have 4 dogs.
Saline County Alexander, AR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-11-10-00391Stephanie (female)|
My neighbor does not want this dog and asked for help in finding her a good, new home. The dog seems very sweet, always wagging her tail. She is kept in a small pen 24/7 with no attention or socialization. She may freeze to death this winter if she isn't adopted soon.
Boone County Omaha, AR 72662 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR16-0402-039Buddy (male)|
Buddy is a very handsome, very happy 2 year old Male Rottweiler. He was rescued by SSRR from a kill shelter that he was at for quite a while. We believe he has been abused by how cautious he is around people. When he first arrived at his foster home, he dove for the floor when she just raise my hand (not to hit him or anything like that). When he arrived at his foster home he didn't seem to understand what a house, carpet, doors or bed were. It was all very new to him. Buddy is super friendly once he gets to know you and realizes that are not going to try hurting anyone. Quick movements from someone he doesn't know will send him scurrying into another area so he needs someone who will go slow with him and give him the time he needs. Buddy can be a really god watch dog. He'll bark to let you know someone is there, all while usually wagging his tail. Buddy has learned to romp and rough house with his 60lb foster brother who is the same size as him. He doesn't play as much with his big foster brother who is 90lbs but they can lie back to back and they are ok. He just recently picked up a toy for the first time. He doesn't tear it up but chews on it. Buddy loves bones! He does like to follow his foster brothers and only became comfortable in the house after his foster mom introduced him to the dogs. We believe Buddy will need another dog his size Buddy is super affectionate and loves to cuddle and be loved on but is shy and will hesitate with new people. He is much more comfortable now in his foster home and has settled in nicely. It seemed like this may be the first house he has ever been in and he likes it, but is cautious. He is voice sensitive and seems devastated when you put him away from you or raise your voice to him. We believe Buddy would be OK with kids 8 and up. He met his foster mom's friend's 5 year old and they did well together but being in a new environment with high energy would stress him out. He needs to be given time to adjust and the child will not be able to love on him right away. However, once he gets to know you, he would be a great dog for a growing kid. Buddy loves other dogs and actually feels comfortable around them before he feels comfortable with people. Since he has never been around cats, we do not know how he would be and will not adopt him to a family that has cats. Buddy has a lot of scars on him and appears that he has been abused in the past but he is learning to trust. We believe he needs a mellow person, not high active who will always put buddy first. Buddy is a very smart boy. He knows sit, off, come and stop. He is learning down and house but gets stubborn with the word out. He will not leave if you have food. He is not food aggressive but wants to be around in case you decide to give him some. This boy is super special. He will place his head on your lap and stare into your eyes as you pet him. He is built for love but is protective. He loves to get loving. He sleeps with his foster mom on the bed and likes to cuddle with her as she sleeps. (Less)
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Little Rock, AR 72204 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Rottweiler in Arkansas|
Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in Arkansas if they match your IifestyIe. The Rottweiler is a large breed herding and guard dog. Rottweilers are very stable and brave. This breed needs a firm, experienced handler from the very beginning. Rottweilers can be good family pets that are trustworthy with children and other pets if they are trained and socialized from an early age. If a Rottweiler is not treated properly it can become aggressive. Rottweilers need plenty of exercise and can run in open country without a leash. Rottweilers can live in an apartment or a home with a small yard if they get enough exercise.
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