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Rescue Me ID: 17-11-14-00022Roscoe (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Meet Roscoe .....Vegas's sweetest Tripod Hi, I am learning these days that my name is Roscoe but sometimes I still forget. It helps if you have a snack in your hand when you call me. I am also learning the words 'WAIT' and 'DROP'. For those of you who don't know ---'WAIT' is for doors and 'DROP' is for my foster mom's Jimmy Choo shoes. Did I mention I am 2-3 year young, UTD on vaccines and neutered. I came to live with my foster mom and dad about a month ago when Rottweilers of Las Vegas (ROLV) brought me over to their house with my favorite purple squeaky ball (PSB). They forgot one of my hind legs but remembered the PSB (go figure). I'm ... (Read More)pretty sure the PSB is their favorite toy as well and we spend lots of time making LOTS of noise together. They especially like rolling it down the hallway but I never let it get far even if they did forget one of my legs. I think kids are fun because they throw better than my foster mom! It would be epic to have a backyard for you to throw it for me. I had a really hard time coming back from surgery but I am much stronger and happier now. If only my mom would let me off lead - I'm pretty sure I could catch all those pesky rabbits that are terrorizing the neighborhood. I am not sure about cats. Don't you think they look a lot like rabbits??? I have been working on my social skills, I just don't understand why the other dogs I want to play with don't like my way of nipping hello, I mean really what's the big deal. I wish they had an easy instruction manual for this whole dog social thing? But never fear my foster parents and Trainer are helping me figure it out, I guess I just have to be patient because they said it will take time. I think I would be better off being the only dog in the house or find a sibling that is really easy going and can be patient with me. 'Walkies' are the best time of the day. I love my 'walkies' and I am learning all about 'walkie manners' (which means NO land surfing for my people). When my foster mom uses my special ginger lead sling (someone was nice enough to buy for me) and gives me short breaks we can be out for a long time. Car rides are fabulous and getting in and out of the car is easy. My foster dad's truck is a bit difficult but they got me a ramp that makes it better. I'm trying to convince them to cover it with red carpet but they just don't get the joke. The best kind of Sunday is hanging out on the sofa with my foster mom and the NFL. She is a Giants fan and asked me if I wanted to change my name to Michael Strahan. I was all for it until I realized my foster dad lives for the Cowboys (and my foster dad is a fabulous cook). I think I will play it safe and become part of the Raider Nation. I think I could totally rock the skull paint and already have the black going-on. My mom does have some good football recipes though. Her peanut butter Kong at half time is the perfect tail gate snack. I am a good listener and will always keep your secrets if you can give a good belly rub. I LOVE belly rubs even more that my PSB. I heard that chicks dig scars so I like to roll over on my back to show them my scar. It's awesome and I always get a quickie belly rub (SCORE BIG). It's rumored that I once didn't breath for 2 minutes and 51 seconds during a particularly well deserved belly rub for being a super good doggo. Just sayin'| belly rubs turn a frown upside down. But I don't always roll over for a belly rub'|oh wait'|YES I DO Did I mention that I am handsome, charming, potty trained and am accused daily of being extra sweet? I can use the crate only if absolutely necessary but because of my hind leg they forgot to bring with me it is really hard for me to get comfortable inside one. My foster mom thinks I am wonderful but she has no back yard and too many stairs for this to be my forever home. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Rottweilers of Las Vegas
Clark County Las Vegas, NV MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-23-00033Cupcake (female)

Rottweiler Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Cats 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Spayed, Needs Vaccinations, Abused/Neglected,
 Fearful/Anxious 

    Cupcake is a sweet dog that came from a very bad situation. When I got her she would not go outside and would cower if anyone came near her. Now Cupcake is a loving dog at least with me. Cupcake is still shy of other people. Cupcake is approximately a year old, she is not up to date on her shots due to the fact she contracted Parvo about a month ago and the vet wanted to wait. I spent over $2000. 00 to get her better. Cupcake's vet is Dr. Brown at VCA Lakeside Vets. Cupcake needs a large yard to play in which I do not have. Also Cupcake needs someone that can give her the time that I don't have. I work two jobs and on certain I am gone 16 ... (Read More)hours a day. I would love to see her go to a family that is willing to work with her and give her the love and attention she deserves. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $100.00 Animal Location:

Washoe County Reno, NV MAP IT!

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Sheryl Mathewson 7752769062

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Rottweiler in Nevada
    Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in Nevada 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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    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.

Related pages:

Rottweiler Rescue

Nevada Animal Rescue
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Clark County - Las Vegas 89101
The Animal Foundation Lied Shelter 702-384-3333

Clark County - Las Vegas 89118
Nevada SPCA 702-873-SPCA

Washoe County - Reno, NV 89502
Nevada Humane Society 775-283-5463

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