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|Rescue Me ID: 16-09-22-00230Dozer (male)|
Dozer was found near my home. Although he was collared, there was no identification to determine his home or where he was from. He appears to be around 1 to 2 years old and we have taken care if his shots, fleas, Heartworm test, and neutering. He would be a great pet for any family.
Nicks Neverland Senior Sanctuary
Lincoln County Lincolnton, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-09-19-00263Ten Ten (male)|
Ten Ten is the top of the line when it comes to a family dog. He is the sweetest boy and doesn't mine giving kisses freely. His eyes has a glow that has your heart on a string. He has the best personality with so many loving qualities that only sweet TEN TEN could have. After all his name is TEN TEN top of the line.
Robeson County Pembroke, NC 28372 MAP IT!
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|Animal ID: 2093BANE (male)|
'BANE' was presented to the shelter as an owner surrender. He is un-altered and has had no vet care. He is a fawn colored rotti mix who is very friendly with humans. He is currently kenneled with his housemate/mom, but the shelter staff can nose to nose test at rescues request. He is 2-3 years old, and he weighs in at 91 pounds. He is house trained according to his owner.
Cabarrus County Animal Shelter
244 Betsey Carpenter place
Cabarrus County Concord, NC 28025 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR16-0720-057Luna (female)|
Hello! My name is Luna. I am sweet 7 year old love bug. I am currently living with my foster family in Cornelius, NC. I have 2 human foster sisters (5 & 7) and 2 Rottie foster sisters. I LOVE THEM ALL!!!! Especially the kids. They throw the ball for me and give me lots of love and toys. My Rottie sisters and I have fun playing, taking long walks, and chasing squirrels. I am good with little dogs too. there are a few that live on the other side of the fence from us and I love to sit in the shade and visit with them. I am housebroken, LOVE riding in the car, and a perfect lady on the leash. I am learning basic commands and I'm having fun doing it. If you think you might be a good family for me, please contact my foster Mom and she will be happy to answer all of your questions. Hope to hear from you soon! Love, Luna (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Cornelius, TX 28031 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-07-27-00039Rose (female)|
Rose is a four-year old Rottweiler mix. Rose was in a shelter in Elizabethtown, NC and would have been euthanized. I adopted her and wanted to give her a permanent home, but my landlord will not allow me to keep her. I did not have the heart to return her to the shelter because she deserves a chance. I was told that Rose was surrendered as a stray and the shelter did not have much history on her. She is a beautiful dog. Very sweet and loving. Rose loves everyone and wants everyone to love and pet her. I am just asking for someone to please give this beautiful little girl a chance she is full of energy and loves to play and have fun. Rose comes with a crate and a leash and collar. Rose is up to date on all of her shots. Rose is slender and looks malnourished. She loves being outdoors and looking out the door at people outside. Rose is good with medium to large dogs. (Less)
Hoke County Raeford, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-22-00439Simba (male)|
My daughter is leaving to go to college in a few weeks and can not take him with her. We live in an apartment and he is just to big for us to handle. He is 1 and 1/2 years old, half Pit Bull half Rottweiler. Doesn't have any papers and hasn't been spayed/neutered but has had all shots. He is very loving but very energetic and needs lots of room to run. He has been around other dogs and is fine with them. He loves kids but don't recommend small children as he is can overpower them without meaning too. He isn't aggressive or mean just large. Weighs around 80-90 lbs.
Henderson County Hendersonville, NC MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-21-00253Bella (female)|
Bella is a 7 year old Cane Coroso - Rottie mix that we need to put up for adoption. She really is a gentle laid back, inside the house dog, and yes the couch comes with her. She is house broken, does her business and comes right back in, she does not like the outside. She has no health issues. We have an Alpha female Rottie (Sophie) and recently Bella has been challenging and fighting with Sophie. Sophie has been sick lately lost about 20 pounds and now Bella wants to take over. It's purely an Alpha dog thing. Since I work, my wife cannot physically handle both dogs when they get into it. It breaks our hearts, but we feel this is the best thing we should do for Bella. My Vet had an experienced dog handle evaluate Bella and he said she would be a good dog for a home without other dogs. She is good with our grandchildren. Bella is currently at the Porters Neck Vet Hospital. She is good with people and our grandchildren. We have two cats and two small dogs that she has no problems with them. She just needs to be the only dog in the house. She is used to an invisible fence, but a fenced backyard would work. If you have any questions, please call me. 910-547-2687 (cell) (Less)
Pender County Hampstead, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-29-00369Michael Angelo (male)|
Hello potential new families! My name is Michel Angelo! I am a handsome 1-2 year old Black Lab mix. I am a small boy, only 45 lbs. full grown! I was abandoned at a shopping center before The Halfway House Animal Rescue took me in. I have so much personality and energy, and I would love an active owner looking for a jogging or walking partner. I have a fluffy coat so I don't get cold and can keep you warm on a cold night. I am working on learning leash manners. I like other submissive dogs, but prefer to not be around other hyper dogs, as they scare me. As I've never had a family of my own, I would prefer to be the only dog in the home, so I can get the attention I deserve. I am the most loving, loyal, sweet dog, with lots of personality and love to give. I am neutered, heartworm negative, up to date on shots, heartworm preventative, flea medication, and dewormer. Please don't hesitate to put in an application on me today! I am in foster care in Salisbury, NC. (Less)
The Halfway House Animal Rescue
Rowan County Salisbury, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-19-00266Danny (male)|
Danny is a super friendly love bug! He wants to be close to his people, getting pets and belly rubs as much as he can. Danny is friendly with strangers, other dogs and cats! He loves the neighborhood kids (closer to his size = more pets). He's fully crate trained (will sometimes nap in his crate if the door is left open) and he's house trained. Danny has zero food aggression or interest in interrupting other dogs while they eat. He generally ignores the two cats he lives with, but he loves his 90 lb. Rottie sister, and he plays very well with her. Whether tugging over toys and tricking each other off the BIG bed, or running around tackling each other in the back yard, he doesn't let the size difference bother him at all. When Danny is in the yard he will quickly evaluate the pesky 4' fence to figure out how to climb up and over to freedom. To outsmart and assure the safety of our special boy, Danny will only be placed in a home with a 6' fence. He's still working on his leash manners when he first gets outside, but he's pretty good after that. If he pulls at all, a gentle correction immediately fixes it. He didn't show any interest in the deer we saw on our walk (seemingly zero prey drive), but he does get excited if he thinks he gets to play with the neighbors dogs when we're out walking. If he's inside without his canine sister, he's pretty quiet and laid back, content to nap on his bed, grab a toy, or lounge on the couch with you. And Danny is just HAPPY. His tail moves like a windshield wiper when he greets people, he's polite, and his attitude just seems to always be good - in the crate, at the vet, meeting new people - he's up for anything, especially if he can give hugs and a kiss on the chin to his humans. He loves to ride in the car for adventures to go meet and play with new people and new dogs or walk new trails. Danny also loves good, durable chew toys, and is very gentle when taking treats - cheese, jerky, bacon, anything. Danny truly is a good boy, and would be fine as an only child, with kids and dogs to play with, with cats to ignore, or as a companion to a single person who likes to explore trails. (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Rural Hall, NC 27045 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-02-00692Tallie (female)|
Tallie is a beautiful dog, that in the past was mistreated. She is house trained and listens well once she gets to know her owner(s). She wants to be close with people, she just isn't always sure how to receive the attention.
Harnett County Spring Lake, NC MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR16-0220-019Hedy (female)|
Hedy is a doll. She has such a sweet, gentle and calm personality. All she wants is to love you and will come up to you and nudge your hands until they are on top of her head. Hedy doesn't like to be too far away from her human; she is very content to lie next to you while you are on the couch. She is 100% housebroken. While I'm at work, she enjoys relaxing on her bed; she doesn't chew or destroy anything. She greets me every day at the door, twirling and bunny hopping. EXERCISE: Hedy has grown accustomed to her 2 daily walks. She loves these. Her forever home must be one where there is daily exercise. I've trained her to sit so I can put on her leash; she waits until given the 'ok' to go out the door. She sits upon coming in so I can take her leash off. She does really well on her walks. Occasionally, she will pull but she responds well to correction. In addition to her walks, she needs time off leash, where she can run. And Hedy loves to run! It is adorable when she hops around like a bunny! She will always end up right by your side. After a lot of running, she will display a slight limp from her rear leg. Once she rests, she is fine. I'm thinking this might be from an old injury. Hedy really enjoys her car rides. She loves to hang her head out the window. She is really great in the car, however if she eats within an hour or so of travel, she may throw up. She enjoys chewing bones, chasing tennis balls and really likes squeaky toys. FOOD: Hedy is not food aggressive. She will eat fast. I have taken to feeding her by hand so that I can slow down her intake. She does real well with this. If she eats too fast, she will throw it up. She cannot eat for about 30 minutes after her exercise or she will throw up. I've trained her to sit and wait to eat. She will look at me and wait for the verbal 'ok' before eating. She is currently around a healthy 85lbs. TRAINING: Hedy is very trainable and is food/ treat motivated, her favorites being bananas and ice cubes. The majority of my training has been non-verbal, instead I use gestures and sometimes noises ('shhhh'). Hedy needs confidence building. In the time I've had her, I've seen her confidence grow. She can be skittish with the unknown. I allow her as many different and new experiences as possible which has built up her confidence. She will need a patient and loving home, with a new family that will take the time with her. Hedy is very routine-oriented. She will adapt to a new routine quite well, as long at the consistency is there. She has taken on the responsibility of being my daily alarm clock. She will place her head on the edge of my bed, next to my head. If my face is close enough, it gets morning kisses. CHILDREN: From what I have seen, Hedy is very sweet with children. She lets them pet her, while she remains calm. Because she can get excited (displayed by her 'bunny jumps'), she could accidently knock down a small child. OTHER ANIMALS: Hedy has spent just a little time around cats. She is interested in them, but I'm not sure to what extent. She does like to chase squirrels, so I have reason to believe if given the chance (unsupervised) she might chase cats. Currently, she will sit nicely and watch the cats. Hedy does well around other dogs in that she does not show aggression. She will greet another dog and do the normal sniffing introductions. She does not play much with other dogs and is hesitant to do so. She will be best as an only dog or with a male doggie companion who is gentle and laid back. GROOMING: Hedy is good at keeping herself groomed. She is not a fan of baths, but will reluctantly allow me to give her one. She allows me to clip her nails but she limits me to about 1-2 paws per session. (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Durham, NC 27707 MAP IT!
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Rottweiler Dogs can make good pets in North Carolina 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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