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Rotten Rottie Rescue Last updated Oct 21, 2017
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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-21-00003Odin (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Health: Neutered 

    Odin is a 3-year-old male who is friendly with people and most other dogs. He is potty trained, not destructive, and likes to please his owner. He walks well with a training collar, and knows some commands but certainly could benefit from some obedience classes. But he is a generally good boy who listens. He is completely crate trained as well and likes to play!

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Rotten Rottie Rescue
Maricopa County Gilbert, AZ 85296 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-21-00002Kodie (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Puppy

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

    Kodie is 7.5 months old. She hasn't been socialized with a lot of other dogs yet and is a little apprehensive when she meets a new dog, but give her a few minutes and she is okay with them.if you give her an hour she will try to get them to play with her. she grew up on a farm I New Mexico and is not bothered by farm animals. There were some peacocks on her farm and she liked to pluck their feathers out. I guess she thought they were so beautiful that she wanted them for herself. The birds would go into shock and die after they were plucked and this is why her owner gave her up.she is very quiet and mellow and a little shy, especially for a ... (Read More)7-month-old. These are all great traits to have in a dog in my opinion. We have only had her a week and it's also very possible that we have not seen her come out of her shell yet. She is ready to learn anything you want to teach her! She walks great on a leash already. She needs to work on all her commands, which is somewhat typical for her age. She can catch up pretty fast, she is a beautiful smart girl! If you are interested please fill out our adoption questionnaire located under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com and return it to us. We will contact you once we have a chance to review it and we can set up a meet and greet. Hurry she won't last long! (Less)

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Maricopa County Gilbert, AZ 85296 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-20-00503Flower (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

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

    My name is Flower. The lady at the rescue calls me that because she says I am as pretty as one! She is nice. Most people who I have met in my life were not nice to me. They would get drunk and kick and hit me. So I'm very skeptical of people and I don't know who I can trust. I just want to live without pain. I will be a good girl if you just show me unconditional love in a world that I do not have to fear. Are you that special person that I am hoping and waiting for? I really hope you are. I am 3 years old now and ever since I could remember these people used me to take out their frustrations on, but a couple of weeks ago, I escaped and I ... (Read More)ran away. Well, ran might not be the best word to use, it was more like I limped away as far as I could until the dog catcher picked me up and took me to MCACC. They said that I needed to wait a few days to see if my owners would come looking for me. I prayed and prayed that they wouldn't and the lord was listening. Instead of my owner who used to treat me terribly, this lady named Shelly came to meet me. She sat in my kennel with me for a long time and she talked in soft voices and asked me if I wanted to get out of there. I was afraid of where she wanted to take me. Maybe she wanted to take me back to my owner, or maybe she wanted to use me as a punching bag too, my knee hurts really badly and I can't walk very far on it. But after a long time, she convinced me to let her put a leash on me and she walked me outside to a play yard and let me sniff around for a while. Then she put me back in my kennel and said she would see me tomorrow. I didn't know why I would see her tomorrow, but sure enough, I was just waking up from an afternoon nap when the people at the shelter came and got me and walked me out to her. She put me In Her car and we drove to see a vet. The vet took a picture of the inside of my leg and he said that I have a torn ACL and that I need TPLO surgery on my knee on November 1st. So right now, I'm looking for a nice family with not a lot of activity at their home and a quiet place that I could relax and recover without anyone bothering me too much. Usually, a small room like a laundry room is a good place to recover from a surgery like this. I need someone who will be home a lot so they can check on me and take me out to go to the bathroom. For about a month I will need to be confined to a very small area so that I can not get up and walk on my leg very far. After a month, I will gradually be able to walk on it again. A little more each day until I have full use and I'm perfect again. The good thing is that I am a very quiet girl who doesn't complain about anything and I'm completely crate trained. I have no separation anxiety and I do not throw a fit if you leave me alone. So taking care of me following surgery will give you and I a good chance to bond, and I will learn to trust you since you will be taking care of me instead of beating me. Once you get to know me, you will see that I am a very sweet dog. One I learn to trust you, you and I will form a very deep bond (Shelly says that always happens when people have to care for a helpless animal) I just want to know what it feels like to be loved. Can you show me that? Please? I will be your loyal friend until the end. If you are interested in fostering with the intention to adopt Flower, please fill out our adoption questionnaire located under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com. The rescue will be responsible for the cost of surgery. Once she has had the surgery and is recovering, then her foster family may adopt her if they like. If not, then we will continue searching for a forever home for her. (Less)

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Rotten Rottie Rescue
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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-14-00016Rachel (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Most Cats 
Personality: High Energy 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Rachel is about 11 months old. She has lots of energy and loves to play with her foster brother who is a black lab. She doesn't do too well with other female dogs and she likes to play and wrestle in rottweiler fashion so I am not sure that she would be great with little dogs without a lot of direction and discipline. If you are a strong leader you could make that work. She is fine with cats. She hangs out with a little gray cat at her foster home often. She is a quick learner and aims to please. In the couple of weeks that we have had the pleasure of getting to know her, she has learned so much! She is walking well on a leash, she went from ... (Read More)hating her crate to being fine with it. She is learning to sit and wait and take treats gently. When she first came to us she had a really bad habit of putting her feet in any water dish she came across and digging at the bottom of the bowl with her feet which not only made a mess, but it would pollute her drinking water, so we have been working on that and its barely an issue anymore. She wants to be a good kid, she is just getting a late start on her training. If you have been telling yourself that you want a puppy because you want to train her yourself, then Rachel is your girl. She mouths a bit like a younger puppy too. We are working on that too. She is a diamond in the ruff, waiting for your guidance and leadership so that she can shine as bright as the stars! If you would like to meet this girl who is full of personality and love, please fill out our adoption questionnaire located under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com On October 21st in the afternoon you will have the opportunity to meet all of our dogs under one roof at Rottoberfest This opportunity only happens once a year and the date is quickly approaching!. Please ask us for more details. (Less)

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Rotten Rottie Rescue
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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-14-00014Popeye (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Popeye came from the euthanasia list in an L.A. County Shelter. He had cherry eyes in both of his eyes really bad. A vet in LA offered to fix his eyes, if a rescue would step up and save him, so we did, and he was scheduled for surgery. After his surgery it became necessary to board him for a week before we could get him transported to Az. Unfortunately, a different vet's office boarded him and they did not make him wear a cone and didn't put drops in this eyes and he popped his stitches and his cherry came back up. So he arrived in AZ a mess and after a dose of antibiotics we scheduled him with our vet to have the surgery done a 2nd time. ... (Read More)He still has a lot of swelling from the surgery so it's hard to tell what he will ultimately look like, but it is a lot better than it was. Our vet said he has had two major surgeries on a very delicate part of his body in a month's time and I should expect that it's going to take his awhile to heal. I'm praying that it gets better soon, otherwise he may be stuck looking like he hasn't slept in a week. Popeye has been living in my kitchen since he arrived from LA almost 2 months ago. He kisses some of the dogs through the fence and other dogs get him really excited. I have not been able to let him run and play with the other dogs because I do not want the other dogs to cause trauma to his eyes. I am also not 100% sure that he will be friendly with them. I think he could co-exist in a friendly manner and possibly even love a little girl dog someday, but probably not hang with boys. I have not seen him around cats or other animals or children. Without the excitement of the other dogs he is a pretty mellow guy. I love him because he never counter surfs or gets in the garbage no matter what I leave on the counter. He has to have a lot of self-control not to counter soft. Since he lives in my kitchen he has plenty of opportunity. He is independent and does not require a lot of maintenance such as demanding that you pet him, he doesn't lick people and he never jumps on people. He is a perfect gentleman. He would be successful with a single person or an older couple without any pets, or with one female friendly submissive dog. He loves going for walks, and knows some basic commands. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-02-00039J.D. (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

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

    As a side note, J.D. stands for you guessed it, Jack Daniels. He is an AKC papered rottweiler and we have his pedigree paper and registration paperwork to be given to his new owner. Honestly, I am not into bloodlines and pedigrees and I do not follow who is the grand champion in AKC dog shows, but the breeder who surrendered JD to us said that he has a world champion and a grand champion in his direct blood lines. If you understand the way that works or if that means anything to you, I can show you the papers. Maybe you can educate me on a thing or two. To me, JD is a friendly happy good looking boy who is now neutered and can not be bred, ... (Read More)and he will always be a grand champion in my book! Also, I have been told that he is fine with live chickens around him and won't try to kill them. I have not seen this for myself, but if you have chickens then it's at least worth testing him to see how true this is. If you would like to meet JD please fill out our adoption questionnaire located under the forms tab on rottenrottie.com and return it to us. We will contact you to set up a time to meet him. (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-25-00441Jerry (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

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

    Jerry is about 3 years old we believe. He is good with other dog and has been good with the children we have seen him with. His confidence level is a little low but tends to get higher when other dogs are around. We have seen him come a really long way in the couple of weeks that we have had him. It is possible for him to be a single dog as well. He is curious about a lot of things like he wasn't exposed to a whole lot in his previous life. He listens well, is learning his basic commands very quickly, walks well on a leash, is not destructive and aims to please. if you would like to meet Jerry, please fill out our adoption questionnaire ... (Read More)located under the forms tab on rottenrottie.com thanks (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 about 3 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. They 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 vet 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 get 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 asked 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 large dominant females, but she is fine with her little white fluffy female friend lily, . .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 DON'T MISS EMILY's VIDEO. jUST CLICK ON THE PICTURE OF THE TV SET BY HER PICTURES (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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