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Rescue Me ID: 15-01-29-00312kaizer (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Needs Vaccinations 

    ckc german rotrweiler needs good home with room to run around and attention he is a gentle giant raised around my kids never bitten or growled we are moving and the rental comapy wont allow his breed i will not just let him go to anyone.

     Animal Location:

Jackson County ocean springs, MS MAP IT!

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brittney clark 228-697-6681

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Rescue Me ID: 15-01-18-00179Thunder (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Rescued several months ago from a South Texas animal shelter where he was languishing in the unheated confines of a small and dark kennel , THUNDER is estimated to be five years of age. This majestic male Rottweiler weighs in at around 94 pounds, and is steadily gaining weight now that his precious heart is free of the dastardly worms that had invaded his chest. Along with all other intestinal parasites, Thunder has resolved the heavy burden of heart worms that plagued him in life before rescue. While so little else is known about this dog's former life pre-rescue, that's simply a common reality most rescuers face as we offer these deserving ... (Read More)dogs the SECOND chances we wish they never had needed in the FIRST place. That said, it behooves all rescuers (and adopters who actually provide the last and most important loving chapters of rescue for these dogs in our care) to focus more on creating the lives these dogs deserve rather than looking back in hopes of finding the elusive existential answers regarding their foray to needing rescue. SSRR knew only that Thunder (named THOR by shelter volunteers) had been dumped at the shelter and needed rescue. And so, that was what he received along with a full set of vaccines and his neuter procedure. Unfortunately, and as is also common, THOR aka THUNDERBOLT OF LOVE, developed an infection at the site of his neuter, and was in considerable discomfort afterward. Had he been properly fitted with a cone to prohibit excessive licking those first few days after surgery, it's likely he would not have developed an infection. But he did. So, with proper antibiotics, THUNDERBOLT recovered and began the process of rehabilitation to good health in loving foster care. A wonderfully seasoned and compassionately devoted veterinarian in Spanish Fort, South Alabama ,who works with SSRR, Dr. Susan Benefield, and her trusted staff scheduled THOR/THUNDERBOLT OF LOVE'S first heartworm injection after he had successfully resolved some gastrointestinal issues related to parasites and had fully healed from his scrotal infection. Responsible rescue is not predicated on the quickest timeframe possible. Instead the focus is on responsibly proceeding given each animal's individual and particular needs. This is especially true for the highly intelligent, deeply loyal and largely loving Rottweiler. Since heartworm treatment is a quite serious, but necessary protocol to deliver these animals back to health so that they may eventually be ready for the forever homes they deserve, it's vital to ensure that all other issues have been resolved before beginning the eradication process. That's the chapter we are now at, and it's one that heralds ALL GOOD THINGS in 2015 for this incredible Rottie named THUNDER. Anybody that has been blessed enough to know the love of a Rottweiler will quickly recognize that THUNDERBOLT personifies all that this breed espouses in the best of the breed. With his strong and well-muscled body, THUNDER is a work of art in action, a beautifully crafted genetic masterpiece, actually. Even when he first came into rescue, he presented majestically, totally in control of his superbly athletic body that moves seemingly effortlessly no matter what he is doing. However, now that THUNDER is allowed to run freely and fully because he's heartworm free, it's just awe-inspiring to watch his balanced and graceful gait as he purposefully trots around the yard with an amazing lightness one would not expect from such a large bodied animal. There's absolutely NO level of clumsiness in anything he does. Every move is controlled and measured, as he's quite attuned to his environment, a sure sign of THUNDER'S clear intelligence and gentle giant demeanor. Thunder also knows his commands well, and in combination of verbal and hand gestures. It would be a less than honest statement if I were to say that he learned these commands while in rescue or that his foster mom had ANYTHING whatsoever to do with teaching this able student any of what he knows: .SIT. STAY. COME. DOWN. UP. OFF. What his foster mom can take credit for is the love and patience she offered as he healed because he was so eager to show her how totally capable he was by willingly responding to each of the aforementioned requests. What's more, THUNDERBOLT also transitions well from one activity to another. He calmly waits for his collar and leash before galloping with glee to the gate, knowing a car ride adventure awaits. And he loves the cool breeze of ocean air upon his face as he drives along the coast. Likewise, he enjoys meeting new people, appropriately greeting them and actually gives a big smooch to any and all willing recipients. In fact, Dr. Benefield remarked that while she was giving THUNDERBOLT his first immiticide injection for his heartworm treatment, an often painful shot, THUNDERBOLT simply licked her neck the entire time. In the presence of loving and caring people, this dog shines BRIGHT. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Ocean Springs, MS 38564 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 15-01-16-00583Ike (male)

Rottweiler Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    
     Animal Location:

Grassroots Animal Rescue
Oktibbeha County Starkville, MS MAP IT!

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662-508-0612

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Rescue Me ID: 14-12-13-00262Donatello (male)

Rottweiler Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    
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Grassroots Animal Rescue
Oktibbeha County Starkville, MS MAP IT!

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662-508-0612

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Rottweiler in Mississippi
    Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in Mississippi 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 Mississippi Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Rottweilers were used to herd cattle for the Roman Legion so the soldiers would have meat. Rottweilers are often used as police dogs. Rottweilers nearly became extinct in the nineteenth century. Rottweilers are descendents of ancient Italian Mastiffs.

Related pages:

Rottweiler Rescue

Mississippi Animal Rescue
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Marshall County - Holly Springs 38635
Marshall County Humane Society 662-252-6196

Alcorn County - Corinth 38834
The Corinth - Alcorn County Humane Society 662-284-9787

Hinds County - Jackson 39204
Mississippi Animal Rescue League 601-969-1631

Pearl River County - Picayune, MS 39466
Pearl River County SPCA 601-798-8000

Harrison County - Gulfport 39501
Humane Society of South Mississippi 228-863-4394

Oktibbeha County - Starkville 39760
Oktibbeha County Humane Society 662-252-6196

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