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|Animal ID: SSRR17-1018-051Tyson (male)|
Tyson is a big, strong, 93 lbs, lover boy. He loves to play with his new friend (his foster sister) Annie. He loves to run around the yard but loves his person the most. He likes to know where you are and what you are doing at all times. Ha! He has the sweetest disposition and likes a lot of attention. Tyson is gorgeous and with a very soft coat with beautiful mahogony markings. If he could, he would sit on your lap. He thinks he's the size of a poodle. That's just him letting you know he loves you :) Tyson needs some training. He pulls on the leash but his foster mom is working with him on that. He wants to please you and loves to be praised. Who ever ends up with this gorgeous baby will be very lucky. (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-10-25-00533Tony (male)|
Hi! My name is Tony and I am currently looking for a new loving family. My mom adopted me from an animal shelter when I was a puppy and have lived with my grandparents since she left for college. I've been growing up to be a big boy but could learn some more manners. I just get so excited when I see someone come home and may jump. I live on a small farm and get along with my other chicken & goat siblings. I did however get really jealous of the other male dog so I'm not allowed to be with him in the same room anymore. My pitbull sister and I love to run around and play all the time. Due to me being able to run around the farm, I haven't really gotten used to a leash. I love car rides though and I'm sure I could learn quickly. Unfortunetly, I didn't handle a situation with a toddler very well so I'm in need of a new home. She accidentally fell on top of me near my food bowl and I reacted instinctively and bit her face. Due to the trauma for both of us, plus being around toddlers that my grandma babysits each day, it would be best for everyone if I wasn't around small children at this time. It breaks my heart to leave my current family but I know in my heart someone out there needs a cuddle bug that loves non-stop kisses. Please consider gathering more info about me and come see my 'crazy' side. (Less)
Wake County Wake Forest, NC 27587 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SSRR17-0628-036Atlas (male)|
Where to begin? Even though I am about 8 years old, my story begins a few months ago. You see, a few months ago without reason or explanation, I found myself in a scary place called a 'shelter'. The shelter said my time was almost up, but I got lucky and was going to a Rescue and a foster mom (I just call her Mom). She has a teenage daughter, another dog and a cat. I liked her and she liked me, so I moved in. Initially, I was very reserved and not sure what to do and spent a lot of time in my house (kennel). Slowly I started coming out and Mom noticed that I walked a little funny. She made an appointment and I had blood work and what they call an Xray. The blood work showed that I was anemic, Mom said that's ok because she is too. They also found something on my Xray and Mom says it is why my walk wasn't quite right, I have arthritis. The vet said the amount of pain I was in had to be considerable. They gave me some medicine and Mom began to see a difference in me right away. All of a sudden, I was moving around more and even started going upstairs! She thinks this may be part of the reason I don't like getting into cars too, it hurts. Once I get in, I like the ride especially with the windows down just a little. Mom is just amazed at how much pain I had to be in and yet was still sweet, gentle and eager to please. She says that I am I am a good boy and that from day one; I have not had a single accident in the house. I know my manners, but sometimes I am hardheaded. She says I have the Rottie lean down to perfection and that I do not believe in privacy. If she leaves the door open, even just a little bit, I walk in when she is taking a shower! I know Sit, Lay Down, Come and she thinks I know Stay, but pretend that I don't! I walk very well on a leash and if I pull a little bit, Mom says 'To Me' and I go right back to her side and stop pulling. She is also teaching me something called 'Ignore' and I don't like it very much. See Mom has a cat outside and I want to chase it very, very badly. I don't know why, I just want to chase it! So when we walk past the cat and I want to go after it, Mom says 'Ignore' and turns me in a different direction. It's the same with small dogs, I want to chase them but then Mom goes and says 'Ignore' and I can't chase them. I do not like this word, Ignore! My doggie sister is a Ridgeback mix and she's about 60lbs, almost my age and she is teaching me to play! My sister and I romp and roll around the house and it makes Mom smile. She makes sure we don't play rough, but says only happy dogs play like that, so I guess I am a happy dog! Oh, and there is something called Toys. At first I didn't know what to do, but I watched my doggie sister and Mom kept bringing home different ones until one day, I grabbed one and it squeaked! How great is that?! Mom now keeps a basket of toys by my crate so I can get a toy whenever I want! Sometimes my doggie sister comes and sneaks one of my toys and I let her, there are lots of toys. She eats out of my bowl too, and Mom yells at her for that, but I don't mind. I really like meeting new people too. Mom takes me for a walk everyday unless it's raining, I don't like going outside in the rain. Sometimes I see horses, deer, birds, other dogs and make new people friends. I do well with large dogs, especially the girls! Sometimes the boys seem to want to fight, and that makes me uncomfortable. I still really want to chase anything small though. After a few months, Mom says I am all Rottie. That I am very smart, loyal, eager to please and protective. That is why she named me Atlas, because at 125lbs I would carry the world on my shoulders if you asked me too, even if it would hurt me to do so. At bedtime Mom says 'go to bed' and sister and I rush upstairs and go to the bedroom. Mom has to help me in the bed because I can't get up there by myself and if she doesn't help me, I just put my head on the bed and stare at her until she gets up and helps me. I lay down beside her, she tells me stories about other dogs she fostered, what she saw at work, and she tells me about something called a forever home. After she falls asleep, my doggie sister gets in the bed and I go to my bed (crate) and dream about toys and a forever home. (Less)
Southern States Rescued Rottweilers
Grandy, NC 27939 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-02-00692Tallie (female)|
Tallie is a beautiful dog, that in the past was mistreated. Since I have had her she has grown out of her shell and become a really great family addition. She is house trained and listens well. She likes to be close with people and has lots of energy to keep up with an active lifestyle.
Harnett County Spring Lake, NC 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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