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Rotten Rottie Rescue Last updated Jun 23, 2017
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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-23-00597Rocco (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Rocco's family loved him very much and it was extremely hard for them to give him up, but they lost their home and had to go live in a shelter and shelters do not allow dogs of any breed especially not Rottweilers. Rocco has been professionally trained and knows many commands. He will perform the command as soon as you ask him too. He listens well and aims to please. Cats and livestock are unknown. He sometimes can come off as aggressive when you first meet him, but he quickly warms up to most people once properly introduced. Give him a treat and you are his new best friend. He has been around older children and he does well with them. He is ... (Read More)a good boy that looks intimidating but is just a giant teddy bear. He was not socialized properly or taken away from his litter too early in life and he is very reactive when he sees other dogs. It would be necessary for Rocco to be an only dog. If you would like to meet Rocco please go to http://www.rottenrottie.com/adoption.html and fill out the adoption questionnaire under the forms tab and return it to us. We will contact you once we have had a chance to look it over and let you know which dogs may be a good fit for you and your lifestyle. We look forward to working with you. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-23-00569Fury (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

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

    Fury is a stunningly beautiful girl who is good with male dogs. She seems to do well with children and almost seems drawn to them in a good way. She walks well on a leash, she knows some basic commands. She was an owner surrender. She was living in very poor conditions near Prescott. Her foster mom adores her and thinks she is the coolest girl Rottie around. Check her out. She will melt your heart. Fill out a questionnaire under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com and return it if you would like to meet Fury.

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-23-00560Elvis (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Cats 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Elvis is a 3.5-year-old boy who is well trained and good with dogs. He frequently goes to the bark park to have a good time and has never been in a fight. He has gone through extensive professional training, and he is even remote collar trained. His walk is excellent on a flat collar. He auto sits when his handler stops. He sits and lies down immediately upon request. He is crate trained and house-trained. He is very protective of his home and family. I would not want to be an intruder in his house that is for sure. He has been food aggressive in the past and would not put my hand in his bowl or anything crazy like that, but it is ... (Read More)easy to manage. For this reason, small kids are not recommended. Elvis grew up with cats in the house since he was just a small pup. For the first two years of his life he had 99 problems but the cat wasn't one. His first family asked us to find him a new home because they had one baby starting to table walk and one on his way. It was too much to make sure that Elvis and the baby were supervised at all times. So we rehomed him with a couple who had no children, no dogs, and 4 cats. For some reason Elvis did not do so great with the new cats, so his new owner sent him to a new trainer for more training. Elvis improved with the cats and seem to come to a point where he no longer made them nervous when they were together. Unfortunately, they forgot that Elvis is still a dog with a prey drive and they trusted him too much, and the other day he was left alone with one, and he went after it and injured it pretty awful, and his owner had to put their cat to sleep. That closed the 2nd chapter in Elvis' life, and he was returned to our rescue. So here we are nearly two years after the last time we rehomed him, with Elvis in the building again! We don't mind him hanging with us for a bit before we figure it out though. He is a really cool dude! He is happy, smiling, and listens and does whatever I tell him. He gets along with all the other Rotties in the yard. And we have no cats, so that is no problem. He is completely house-trained, and does not mark all over everything, like most males will at first. That gives me much respect for him! Please fill out our questionnaire, located under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com, if you are interested in meeting Elvis. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-17-00036Roxy (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Roxy is approximately 4-5 years old. She was surrendered to the shelter by her family because she would correct their other dog in the house. They reported that she was good with cats and kids, but if another dog gets excited about something and starts acting all crazy, she will growl and nip at the backs of their legs and feet as her way of telling them to settle and be calm. Depending on how the other dogs take the correction will depend on if there is going to be an issue with that. Some dogs will not take the correction well and they may turn on her to tell her to stop and some may ignore her. The Rottie that she is being fostered with ... (Read More)now, and the Rottie I paired her with at my house, both ignored her, but I also advocated for them and made her stop and them, rest and settle. If you would like to meet Roxy, please fill out our adoption questionnaire located under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com We will contact you after we have had a chance to review it, and set up a time for you to meet her. we look forward to working with you. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-17-00033Robin (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Robin is new to our rescue and we are still learning about her.

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-17-00026Joker (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    If you are looking for a dog to take through agility training, this boy is your dream dog. He is very focused and very agile. This intense drive will make him easy to train, in any capacity. He is currently being fostered with his sister, but we feel it's in their best interest to separate them at this point. Sometimes if litter mates remain together, they have a hard time bonding with people. They also bicker like human siblings do. He would do well as an only dog with an active family. He would be an awesome dock diver, He is friendly, but obvious that he has not had a very good leader in his life before. He does know basic commands and ... (Read More)gives paw. We are still getting to know him. He is a ton of fun and would entertain you for hours. He loves playing fetch! (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-04-29-00183Mercy (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Mercy was rescued from the euthanasia list at MCACC. She had been attacked by another dog that she lived with and the owner surrendered both of them because she didn't want to deal with another fight, I guess. Currently Mercy lives with a male dog and the two adore each other. They sleep together, eat together, and follow each other around the house all day long. She is good with him. The other dog that attacked her was a female rottie/shepherd mix. I don't think it would be smart to place her in a home with another female dog, but she can hang with a friendly male for sure. We do not know if she has any experience with cats or kids. She is ... (Read More)a little shy when you first meet her, but does warm up quickly. She walks fabulous on a flat collar, knows her obedience commands, is potty trained and is not destructive at all. She is a really good girl and any family would be lucky to have her. She is approximately 5 years old. Mellow girl. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-04-29-00165Emily (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Emily is a female adult rottie whose age is unknown. We believe that she is probably aboitb3 years old or so. A family found her last winter running in the desert, and brought her home. She was nothing but skin and bones back then. Emaciated to the extreme. You could easily count every vertebrae. The family that found her, didn't want her in the house because she had s couple of ticks on her. This was dead of winter with temps dropping below 30 degrees at night. Try had her sleeping in a crate on their patio with some blankets piled on to of it. With not an once of fat on her body she became sick with pneumonia. When we were asked to take ... (Read More)her into our rescue, they had just taken her to their very who had diagnosed her as a diabetic. They did not want to deal with that and surrendered her to us. It's been a long road to her Emily where she is today. She is as healthy as anyone can expect a diabetic to be. Her numbers are within a good rage and she is now close to a normal weight for a healthy rottie. Her foster mom is god sent and does a fabulous job making sure that Emily gets her insulin shots twice a day . I ask her to write about how it is live with Emiy and this is what she said. Emily Gorgeous Classic Rottie - BEAUTIFUL Rottie face and build and VERY, VERY loving!! Her special needs do NOT limit her ability to enjoy life to the FULLEST . . she is not shy or limited in ANY way, shape or form. She is truly one of the BEST, EASIEST and MOST LOVING fosters I have had in my 10+ years of being involved in rescue. Again, Em not only LOVES her people, but she LOVES her toys, is SUPER-DUPER smart, well-behaved, trusting, adorable, silly (loves the semi-deflated basketball and is a HOOT to watch as she bats it around and chases it), has a kennel full of toys. she not the best at sharing since she can't see all that well, so her play time with toys is structured, she's a little too zealous with her rawhides and gags herself therefore those are a 'no-no', her favorite toys are ones that squeak or move a bit but she's really not picky at all . . she truly does LOVE all toys J . . she doesn't tear up her toys or bedding but again she really is a bit of a toy hoarder so you can usually find most (if not all of her toys) tucked away in her kennel J. In typical Rottie fashion she needs to be the queen of the household so no other females . . .she does get along well with the males in our household but when they are playing rough I keep her separated since she can't see well and it's not fair for her to get 'ambushed' when they are engaging in their typical play behavior - She would do fine as an only dog too. . .. she is a good guard dog and will alert you if someone is approaching you or your residence that she is not familiar with. She REALLY gets around quite well so it leads me to believe she can at least see shadow, if not more. She LOVES, LOVES, LOVES her walks and will sleep quietly at your feet while you watch TV and/or work on your pc. She is ok being left on her own as long as she has access to a doggie door. She would NEVER, EVER, EVER pottie in the house, her kennel or her sleeping area and she is extremely good at finding a way to let herself out if needed and then back in as well. Again, she does listen really well and her main goals in life are to love, be loved and to please her pet parents . everything else (even toys, walks and belly rubs) are secondary to those 3 things in her life (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-18-00471Junior (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Puppy

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Junior just turned a year old and has barely had anyone invest the time he needed them to, for training. So his new owner will have a little bit of a challenge. He needs work in all areas of his obedience training, however he is smart and motivated and catches on quickly. He is housebroken and crate trained. If I didn't know better I would say this boy has springs for feet. He catches a lot of air when he plays ball with you! If you have been looking for a young dog who would go through agility training, this boy has champion written all over him! Junior plays well with most dogs. He is a sensitive boy who does not tolerate being over ... (Read More)corrected. He would do best in a home with children over the age of 12 or no kids at all. He is just begging to learn everything you want to teach him! If you have extra time on your hands, this boy has the potential to be the most amazing dog you have ever owned!!! (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 16-11-17-00466Gummy Bear (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Bear is about 4 years old Male Neutered Rottweiler that doesn't understand there IS enough love to go around! This guy is a people-pleaser and wants nothing more than to have someone to hang out with all day! He is up for anything! From going on walks to laying around the house, as long as there's someone there to love him! Bear has shown some dog aggression in the past so a one dog home is the best for him. He is a very happy-go-lucky dog with a lot of energy so regular walks and a structured schedule will keep him in a better mindset. He came to Rotten Rotties very underweight and is gaining by the day! A good guesstimate of a healthy ... (Read More)weight for this guy is around 100-110 lbs. He is very friendly to new people as long as he's introduced properly but still 'bears' that protective instinct that we love about this breed. Bear comes professionally trained through Lorenzo's Dog Training Team and comes with free handling sessions to help make his transition into his new home easier for everyone involved. He walks nicely on the leash, knows the moving heel and stationary heel positions, sits/lays down and stays all on one command. Bear also sits patiently at the door when it's opened and knows the 'spot' command. He hasn't displayed any destructive behaviors and is fully house trained! If you are interested in meeting Bear please go to http://www.rottenrottie.com/adoption.html and fill out the adoption questionnaire under the forms tab and return it to us. We will contact you once we have had a chance to look it over and let you know which dogs may be a good fit for you and your lifestyle. We look forward to working with you. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 16-11-17-00457Betty Boop (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Meet Betty Boop! She is a knock out and unmistakable for a Rottie with her block head and beautiful Rottie smile. Ms. Boop is well mannered, not destructive, crate trained, and potty trained. She does need to brush up with her obedience skills which will also give you and her a chance to bond. She is about three years old. She is initially a bit cautious with strangers, but warms up quickly. She does like to go after her own reflection and also attack flies, this is not problematic, and after all, we all have a few quirks. Ms. Boop is okay with alone time and has no separation anxiety. Betty would probably do best in a home where there are ... (Read More)no young children and no other dogs. She came to us from the county pound. All of our dogs are up to date on shots, spayed or neutered, heartworm tested, microchipped, comes with a leash and a collar, and 2 free months of health insurance and post adoption support. Betty Boop will charm you. Check her out! Boop-oop-a-doop! (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 16-10-01-00017Skye (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Skye (AKA Big Mama) is a spayed, happy, sweet, butt wiggling big girl. I believe she may be around 6 years old. She's content to just lay around with her favorite toy, a ChuckIt! ball that she always has with her. She loves belly rubs and walks. (She could use more walks, to drop some pounds) If she wants your attention she has been known to take your arm in her mouth, very gently, and move it to her. She loves water. She will play in a kiddie pool as well as her water bowl. She was adopted from the Apache Junction Paws & Claws Care center in 2013. She was found as a stray weighing only 54lbs! She has definitely made up for the lack of ... (Read More)weight. She has been living with 6 other dogs, 2 females & 4 males, ranging from 15lbs to 40lbs, and a house with 3 women. She is the dominate dog of the house and will defend that title. Out of the other dogs, she has had no issues with any expect one, one other dominate female. She is a much smaller dog and has suffered serious repercussions of challenging her. This is no way makes Skye a violent dog. I believe she would do best in a house with either a male or non dominate dog. She would have no problem being an only dog either. She has never chewed or destroyed anything other than stuffed animals. She has no problem being home alone and is doggie door trained. She does have a crate, but has never been crated for an extended period of time. She is protective of her family. I have found it's best to keep her away from the door and held until she meets guests. She has given two men warning nips when they walked into the home unannounced. Once she is allowed to sniff and give her approval they'll be her new friend. She has no exposure with children under 13 or cats while I have had her. (Less)

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