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|Rescue Me ID: 18-05-21-00223Harriett Girl #6 (female)|
Adoption Status: AVAILABLE Gender: female Weight: will be Large at maturity, we assume 60-70 lbs Breed Guesstimate: Rottweiler/Lab mix Age: DOB: 3-28-18 Adoption Fee: $275 Interaction with dogs: Acceptable - this pup and it's littermates are still puppies and they love everyone they meet! Interaction with cats: Likely acceptable. The puppies have been tested with cats in their foster homes and do not chase or show much interest in them so they can likely be raised with cats and taught to respect their space. Interaction with children: Acceptable. These puppies love everyone they meet! Activity Level: High - typical for puppies. Daily walks and play sessions will be needed. Leash manners: Not yet learned due to young age. Housetraining: In progress. Learning and doing well but cannot yet be considered fully-housetrained due to young age. Health status: Vaccinated, dewormed, and neutered. Major Personality Traits: Typical puppy traits - happy, playful and loving! Special Needs: None. Amount of additional training needed: High. Due to young age, puppies require extensive training and a large time commitment. Please do not apply to adopt if you will be leaving the puppy home alone for 4 or more consecutive hours per day. (Less)
Pregnant Dog Rescue
Spalding County Griffin, GA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-05-20-00239Willie (male)|
'If I can get my feet out, maybe soon all of me will be out and on my way home'. Willie is a gentle big boy who was owner relinquished. He is 1-1/2 years old. He is microchipped, neutered, fully vetted, housebroken and knows some basic commands. Possibly coonhound or rottweiler mix. His adoption fee is $100.Arrived May 5, 2018. Questions can be answered by calling the office at 706-865-4135. Application can be submitted online at: https://www.charlessmithgallhumanesociety.org/page/dog-adoption-application/ or at the shelter. The approval process can take 1 to 3 days and for anyone traveling a distance to meet a dog/cat, it is suggested that the process be done first so that the applicant will know if they are approved to adopt. Each of our residents is loved and nurtured by our staff and volunteers during their stay with us and each is placed with same due diligence that they would be given if they were our own family members. Adoption policies and application procedures are at the shelter website: http://smithgallhumanesociety.org/ under tab All Adoptable Animals. All approved adopters must come to the shelter and accompany their new family member on the journey home. We do not ship nor do we transport. Charles Smithgall Humane Society (CSHS) is a No kill shelter which provides quality care, spay/neuter-all vaccines, deworming, vet exam, standard disease testing and for dogs-monthly heart worm prevention treatment. Animals in our care remain safe with us until adopted. Resident animals are primarily owner relinquished and also accepted from local Animal Control. The facility usually is operating at capacity with a list of animals waiting for space to open. Adoption hours are Tues-Sat 10-4 and Sun 1-4. Shelter location: 4823 Helen Hwy. 75N, Sautee, GA 30571 Shelter phone: 706-865-4135 Shelter email: firstname.lastname@example.org Saut̩ is located 3 miles from the Alpine town of Helen in the NE mountains of GA. (Less)
Charles Smithgall Humane Society
4823 Helen Hwy 75N
White County Sautee, GA 30571 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR18-0325-023Theo (male)|
Theo is a wonderful rottie, looking for his furever home. He had a rough few months before being rescued by SSRR. Theo was picked up as a stray and was underweight and heartworm positive. He thought he'd be ok when he was adopted, but was returned to the shelter mid heartworm treatment. (It was the fault of the adopter, not Theo's.) So there Theo was, back in the loud shelter and feeling awful due to those nasty heartworms dying off in his body. But then he was rescued by SSRR! Theo's foster mom has been very slow and patient with him as he became used to his new surroundings and started feeling better. He needs a forever home that is also willing to be patient as he adjusts. Once Theo starts to feel comfortable, he is incredibly affectionate! He wants to be with his people as much as possible. His foster home doesn't allow dogs on the furniture, and while Theo respects that rule, he would be very happy to curl up on the couch with his human. Theo will make an excellent addition to just about any household. He really loves attention and would do best in a home where the people are around a lot. For example, a retired couple, stay at home parent, or someone that works from home. He loves the foster children he lives with. They are 14 and 11. Any children need to be able to understand that Theo needs patience. Young children would probably get knocked over and stepped on by Theo in his enthusiasm to get attention. (He will be about 75 pounds when he reaches a healthy weight.) Theo is cat and dog friendly. He even wags his tail at the neighbor's little poodle that runs around. Theo's foster cat sister has allowed him to sniff her and he shows no aggression. His foster brother is a 70lb rottie mix and they like each other. His foster mom has allowed on leash interactions and walks, but no off leash play yet. (Remember she takes things slowly!) Theo walks very well on a leash! He is housebroken, crate trained, knows sit, and comes when called. He's learning the commands of stay, leave it, and off. Toys seem to be a new thing for Theo. He really loves nylabones and soft toys. But if he squeaks the toy, he drops it in surprise! Theo's foster mom says he has the gentlest mouth of any big dog she's been around. He gives kisses with the tip of his tongue. When he's given a treat, Theo takes it very carefully. He's shown no food aggression around people. In fact, when he first arrived at his foster home, Theo didn't eat unless his foster mom was in the room with him. Please consider giving Theo his deserved furever home! (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Duluth, GA 30096 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-28-00305Major (male)|
Sweet Rottie. Was rescued as a stray from local animal shelter. I have livestock and he doesn't like my goats and chickens. Needs to be an only dog.
Cobb County powder springs, GA MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR18-0227-019Fiona (female)|
Hi All! My name is Fiona! I'm an approximately 4 month old long hair Rottie mix girl. I came from a shelter in Virginia where I was brought with my sister Birdie. The folks with Southern States came to get us out to make sure we could live a nice, safe life. Shortly after we got to our first foster momma, she found out we were a little bit sick but she took good care of us and we are all better now and in our permanent foster home. We've been at our current foster home for about a month and get to plaaaaaaaaaaay so much with our foster doggie brother and sisters as well as the foster kitty brother and sisters. Oh, and they have little people too! I love the little people! My main purpose in life (at least right now) is to fetch large tennis balls. I have an awesome collection of 3! I'll have to show you them sometime, but only if you throw them for me when I do. I really, really, really love to fetch!! Did I mention I love to fetch? Ok, so every now and then I'll play with my sister and the other dogs too, but even that usually involves my tennis balls. Sometimes we play with toy snakes too. That's kind of fun and I'm learning tug-o-war from my foster doggie brother and sisters who are tug-o-war masters. My foster doggie sister especially likes to tease me and grab one of the balls away and make me chase her for it. I'm pretty demanding when it comes to my balls though. Sometimes I get a little possessive of them and I have to put my foster doggie sister in her place when she really starts messing with me. We've got a good understanding though. She leaves me alone after I bark at her a few times and cover the ball with my body. It is mine afterall! Getting back to fetching balls though, I'm so about this that I will do anything you want me to in order for you to play fetch with me. I retrieve the balls, drop them at your feet and sit patiently and wait for you to throw that ball again. I know, I'm so well behaved for that ball at my age it's kind of crazy. I'm just so obsessed with fetch ya know. Priorities! There are times in my day when I don't have my tennis ball. It's true. At those times I'd have to say I'm pretty well behaved for a puppy. I'm learning that it's pretty nice to get snuggles and pets and I'm really starting to sit still long enough to enjoy that. Did I mention I know how to sit? I'm still a pup so I don't always listen the first time my foster momma tells me something, but we've been working on that. I do know how to sit and wait patiently for my food. We worked on that awhile because Birdie and I were pretty jumpy chow hounds when we came here and felt like we had to be first to our food and chow it down so we'd get to eat. Since we've been with our foster family though, we get our own food, in our own area and I'm starting to realize that it's not a race to the finish when it comes to food. I also do really well in my crate. I have my dinosaur to chew on and a cool Kong that foster momma stuffs with treats when she has to leave me in there for awhile. It's kind of cool having my own space like that. I also go right to the door to go outside to do my business. Sometimes I get confused though. I'm used to hanging out in one area of my foster home but sometimes I get to venture into new areas where I'm not quite familiar and may have an accident in my excitement and confusion. Once I get to know where I'm supposed to go, I do. I'm really starting to master this little door called a doggie door. I get to go in and out of it as much as I want but I'm always in full run whether I'm coming or going so foster momma has to remind me to slow my roll when I come inside sometimes. Ooops! I do pretty well walking on a leash too. I'm still a puppy so I don't know everything but I sure am up for learning! P.S. In case you didn't realize that I'm very toy motivated....specifically my tennis balls, I do really well with learning when my tennis ball is the reward (wink)! If you'd like more information about me or to meet me sometime, please fill out an adoption application and one of the adoption coordinators will get in touch with you and hopefully we'll get a chance to meet, and play fetch, soon! (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Canton, GA 30115 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR18-0227-018Birdie (female)|
Hi All! My name is Birdie! I'm an approximately 4 month old Rottie mix girl. I came from a shelter in Virginia where I was brought with my sister Fiona. The folks with Southern States came to get us out to make sure we could live a nice, safe life. Shortly after we got to our first foster momma, she found out we were a little bit sick but she took good care of us and we are all better now and in our permanent foster home. We've been at our current foster home for about a month and get to plaaaaaaaaaaay so much with our foster doggie brother and sisters as well as the foster kitty brother and sisters. Oh, and they have little people too! I love the little people! I like to test my luck with one of my foster kitty sisters. She puts me in my place though and I respect that. It's just so tempting to chase her around but she really doesn't want to do that. If I persist my foster mom tells me to leave her alone and so I do. Darn! Don't they know I just want to play tag with her? I leave my older foster kitty sister alone though. She just doesn't seem that fun. My foster kitty brother is as big as I am so I'm too scared of him to try to play. I mostly really love to run and act like I'm one of the big dogs. They love to play too and I really try to get in the mix and outplay them all. Unfortunately, I get winded when I play hard or exert myself too much. I heard my foster momma talking to the vet about that not being normal so the rescue, my foster momma and my vet are working together to figure out what's going on with me. I really try very hard to not let it stop me though and other than that, I'm a super normal, happy puppy. The best thing about when I get tired though is that my foster momma or the littles are usually nearby so I just head over to one of them and lean on them for some snuggles and rest time. I really like to snuggle, but I so want to play. I think I kind of like them equally though.It's hard being a puppy sometimes with those kinds of decisions to make. I think I'm going to grow up to be a med to large size dog and if my breathing improves I'm sure to be up for whatever kind of activity my forever family has in store for me. I'm up for it now actually, I just need a little rest sometimes. Oh, did I mention I know how to sit? I'm still a pup so I don't always listen the first time my foster momma tells me something, but we've been working on that. I do know how to sit and wait patiently for my food. We worked on that awhile because Fiona and I were pretty jumpy chow hounds when we came here and felt like we had to be first to our food and chow it down so we'd get to eat. Since we've been with our foster family though, we get our own food, in our own area and I'm starting to realize that it's not a race to the finish when it comes to food. I also do really well in my crate. I have my dinosaur to chew on and a cool Kong that foster momma stuffs with treats when she has to leave me in there for awhile. It's kind of cool having my own space like that. I also go right to the door to go outside to do my business. Sometimes I get confused though. I'm used to hanging out in one area of my foster home but sometimes I get to venture into new areas where I'm not quite familiar and may have an accident in my excitement and confusion. Once I get to know where I'm supposed to go, I do. I'm really starting to master this little door called a doggie door. I get to go in and out of it as much as I want but I'm always in full run whether I'm coming or going so foster momma has to remind me to slow my roll when I come inside sometimes. Ooops! I do pretty well walking on a leash too. I'm still a puppy so I don't know everything but I sure am up for learning! P.S. Treats help me learn faster (wink)! If you'd like more information about me or to meet me sometime, please fill out an adoption application and one of the adoption coordinators will get in touch with you and hopefully we'll get a chance to meet soon! (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Canton, GA 30115 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-25-00073Roxy (female)|
Roxy is a 90 pound family dog raised with children. She loves attention and has not shown aggression except to bark at strangers. Her family has relocated to a small apartment and she needs immediate placement. She is located in Cobb county GA but can be brought to east TN Jefferson county for rescue.
Cobb County Kennessaw, GA 30144 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-02-06-00127gretchie (female)|
GRETCHIE.... This sweet and tender rottie waited on someone to save her from the shelter. Well, that did not happen and we knew her fate if we did not get her out. Fosters Roxanna and Jim Mcgovern have love of the Rottie breed so I knew exactly who to call to foster. I think it was a lot of love going on between all of them . Gretchen is a gentle lamb and has tender heart. She loves to cuttle and get belly rubs. Gretchen is about 6 years old, spayed, microchip, fully vetted and has lots of energy. Jim and Roxanna feel that she would do well in obedience or agility as she is very attentive and learns very quickly. Apply at wags-rescue.org
Glynn County brunswick , GA MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR17-1021-053Marlowe (male)|
Hi! My name is Marlowe. I am super sweet and friendly. I never meet a stranger. I have gotten along with every dog I have been introduced to. I'm not too sure about cats, they look like squirrels and I want to chase them. I am housebroken and crate trained. I am learning how to walk nicely on leash, I like to pull sometimes. I LOVE to go on walks. I also love to cuddle. I have a big secret! I can not hear.... nope, nothing! Don't feel sorry for me! It doesn't slow me down or bother me. My foster Mom says it has its benefits. The vacuum does not freak me out. Fireworks do not phase me. My foster Mom and foster sister can sneak downstairs and get a midnight snack and I never know if I am sleeping. I'd know if I was awake because my eyes do not miss a thing! I know sit and lay down with hand signals and I am learning more. I am super smart and very motivated to please. Would you open your home and heart up to me? I would love you forever! (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Georgetown, TX 78633 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-11-12-00408Goliath (male)|
When Goliath was found and taken into Rescue he was thin, had pneumonia and a severe case of heartworms. The Vet said he had a 50% chance of surviving. A year later he is healthy and weighing in at 100 lbs. Heartworm negative and pneumonia free. This boy has been through it and overcame it with love and good quality care in his foster home!! He will ONLY know love and good quality care for the rest of his life, as I am searching for that special family that will give him this. He is around 4 years old and is a Rottweiler mix. He is a BIG teddy bear!! He gets along great with other dogs, but I recommend a home with only large dogs. He chases the cats, so a home with no cats. Because of his size and strength, no small children, no exceptions. He will need a tall fenced, secure, large size yard to run around in. He walks good on a leash, but he is heavy and strong. So he will need a home that can also handle him. He is house trained and does very well when left alone in the house. I can see the happiness in him now, especially when he's outside rolling around in the grass and playing with the other dogs. He is a totally different dog from a year ago. He is neutered, updated on shots and micro-chipped. I call him Big Boy, so he thinks that's his name! :) If you know that you can give this Big Boy a home like I just described, then please apply to adopt him. To apply to adopt, go to brantleyanimalrescuecoalition.weebly.com (Less)
Brantley Animal Rescue Coalition
Brantley County Hortense, GA 31566 MAP IT!
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Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in Georgia 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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