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Rescue Me ID: 14-08-14-00358Gunner (male)

Rottweiler Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 

    Gunner is about 24 months old. He is an extremely friendly and loving dog. He loves to romp around and be outside. He also loves to play fetch and use chew toys. He can be left alone for long periods of time, with a toy. (If he is not given a toy he tends to get bored and chew on shoes or blankets or whatever else he can find.) He is very good about letting you know when he is hungry/thirsty, or if he has to be let outside (he never relieves himself in the house). He is kennel/crate trained. Gunner also loves to climb up in bed and snuggle. He becomes attached quite easily, and will want to spend as much quality time with you as he can. ... (Read More)Gunner has experience living with other dogs, adults and children. He has slept indoors and outdoors. Although, he prefers to sleep inside to be closer to you and because he sometimes is afraid of the dark/noises. Gunner also loves car rides and walks! (Less)

     Animal Location:

Ramsey County Roseville, MN 55113 MAP IT!

Contact:
Alexis Raverty 651-341-2142

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Rescue Me ID: 14-08-06-00705Pasha (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Fearful/Anxious,
 Incontinent 

    [Read About Natural Incontinence Care] This is Pasha! We have two Rottweilers and a baby on the way, and are realizing we need to find a new home for our sweet Pasha to make room for this growing family. She is a loving, submissive, yet protective girl-- she'll let you know when something unusual is going on outside, then will stop barking when asked/commanded. She is trained using an e-collar; human training on these collars is available if needed upon adoption. Her favorite things are catching a bounced ball, snuggling, giving kisses, and TREATS. This girl will do anything for a treat. She has a couple special needs. The first of which is a ... (Read More)generally calm environment-- she gets anxious and fearful in chaotic environments or around heightened emotions. One trigger for her anxiety is small children (under 6-7 yrs of age), especially those who are fearful/boisterous around Pasha. We often put a Thunder Shirt on her and put her in a kennel in a separate room when we have young kids in the house. She LOVES our niece who is 8 years old and would snuggle her all day long if allowed. Another trigger for her anxiety is other dogs-- she has not been aggressive toward other dogs we've spent time with, but definitely seems a little worked up and on edge. She would thrive best in a single-dog household. She also sleeps with an incontinence pad on her bed, as we have found that she dribbles a little urine now and then when she's sleeping. We wash it 1-2 times per month and that keeps that issue pretty well contained. On nights that she gets to snuggle in our bed, we simply put the pad up on top of the covers, and let her sleep on it up on the bed. She is in heaven when allowed to snuggle in a human bed-- she often flips belly up and sleeps with all four legs sprawled in the air. When meeting strangers, she tends to need a little coaxing to warm up to them. She'll bark, but doesn't jump up when someone comes in the door. She's generally comfortable with women. Men need to give her a couple extra minutes of sniffing, calm petting, and sweet voices-- then she's their best friend. If she would need to be boarded during travel, it is important for her to have a few visits first to get to know the staff first. She thrives around confident dog-people who treat her affectionately. Pasha is playful and spunky and loves to get a little exercise daily. However, after slipping on the ice when she was 1 yr old and having both knees surgically repaired, her running stride is a little awkward. She appears comfortable and has fully healed, but the range of motion of her knees was altered. She prefers romping, close-range fetch, tug-of-war, and leisurely walks as opposed to full sprints or long distance jogs. She is otherwise healthy, happy, spayed, and current on vaccinations. We would prefer someone who is experienced/knowledgeable about Rottweilers for adopting Pasha. She will make a loving addition to the right home! (Less)

     Animal Location:

Anoka County Blaine, MN MAP IT!

Contact:
Lori Shafer 612-250-7776

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Rottweiler in Minnesota
    Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in Minnesota 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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lnteresting Rottweiler Trivia Low-Cost Minnesota Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Rottweilers were used to herd cattle for the Roman Legion so the soldiers would have meat. The Rottweiler is named after the German town of Rottweil. Rottweilers nearly became extinct in the nineteenth century. Rottweilers are descendents of ancient Italian Mastiffs.

Related pages:

Rottweiler Rescue

Minnesota Animal Rescue
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Ramsey County - Roseville, MN 55113
Cause For Paws Inc. 952-259-1483

Hennepin County - Hamel, MN 55340
Corcoran Pet Care Center 612-420-3930

Hennepin County - Golden Valley, Minnesota 55422
Animal Humane Society PAL Program 763-489-2209

St. Louis County - Makinen 55763
Spay, Neuter, Aid Program 218-638-2153

St Louis County - Duluth, Minnesota 55806
Animal Allies Humane Society 218-722-5341

Olmsted County - Rochester 55903
Camp Companion 800-896-7009

Grant County - Elbow Lake, Minnesota 56531
Grant County Humane Society 218-685-6220

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