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Rotten Rottie Rescue Last updated May 27, 2016
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Rescue Me ID: 16-05-20-00518Sam (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Sam has been characterized as a young, drop-dead gorgeous purebred Rottweiler with all the charm you could possibly dream about in a single attractive canine. He is neutered, house-trained, up-to-date on his shots, great with people, and even good with kids. He has not been socialized too much with dogs other than his sister. Sam is a product of a litter of puppies produced 4 years ago by Guardian Angels Rottweilers here in AZ. His family is moving to California, and cannot take him or his sister, Sadie, with them. We would love to keep him and his sister together if possible, but will split them up if that means putting them in their new ... (Read More)forever homes. Cats are unknown. He loves to run, and jump and chase a ball. We simply love this boy. He is a lot of fun! This delightful dog is learning his basic commands and is not aggressive. He needs some more practice walking on a leash, but soon he will be golden. I can't express how much joy this boy brings to all he meets. (Less)

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

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Shelly Froehlich 480-567-4328;

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Rescue Me ID: 16-05-20-00496Sadie (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Not Good with Cats 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Sadie is a purebred AKC registered purebred Rottweiler from Guardian Angels Rottweilers. Her family has to move into an apartment in California unfortunately and are leaving her and her younger brother Sam, behind. Sam has been With Sadie his whole life and we would like to keep the two together if possible. They get along very well. The perfect home for them would be a family with older children (10+) or no children, no other animals in the home, a single family home with a private yard where they can live inside the home with their new family. Sadie and Sam have been around younger children before and they will just stay clear of the kids, ... (Read More)or retreat to another room. They seem a little uncomfortable with the energy of a young child, but if you are a good dog owner and a good parent, and can take notice of their body language and not allow young children to try ride them, lay on them, poke them in the eye and pull on ears, etc. Then it's possible it could work with children whom are under 10 and well behaved. In no way do they hate kids or get excited by the sight of them, they just choose to not be involved with the few young children they have been around in their lifetime. Sadie and Sam are not destructive and are well behaved and friendly to people. They have no aggression issues. If you would be interested in making Sam and Sadie part of your family, or just Sadie part of your family, please go to http://www.rottenrottie.com/adoption.html and fill out the adoption questionnaire and return it to us. We will contact you once we have had a chance to look it over and let you know if she/they may be a good fit for you and your lifestyle. We look forward to working with you. (Less)

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

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Shelly Froehlich 480-567-4328;

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Rescue Me ID: 15-12-05-00044Whitaker (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Senior

Health: Neutered 

    Whitaker is a senior Rottie whose owner went to jail for along time. He was dropped off at his vets office to be boarded while his relatives figured things out. They eventually surrendered him to his vet who in turn surrendered him to us. Whitaker has something called wobblers disease we believe. It affects the way he walks, but it does not require daily medication or management. So basically we are looking for a forever home for Whitaker. Some place with a warm comfortable bed to lay his head at night. Whitaker is a very sweet dog. If you are wanting a senior dog who is pretty chill and goes with the flow, then Whitaker is your for you!

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

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Shelly Froehlich 480-567-4328;

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Rescue Me ID: 14-12-14-00140Slim (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Puppy

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Hi my name is....my name is...(what) my name is... Slim Shady! I am a rottweiler puppy and the older I get the more handsome I become. About a year ago I was found as a stray wondering the streets of Phoenix when animal control took me in to their shelter. I was very very sick. I was so sick I couldn't even see. I was only about 3 months old at the time. As soon as I came in, the shelter called the rottweiler rescue and explained that I needed to be taken out of the shelter and get medical attention ASAP. So they came and got me and took me to see Dr Carr who ran some blood work and discovered that I have diabetes :-(. It's been a long road ... (Read More)in getting me healthy, but with the patience, care and attention of the most awesome foster mom I could ever ask for, I am happy to report that have never looked, smelled, felt better in my whole life!! The hard work is done. Now my continued care consists of two injections a day with a very small needle, and I'll be a trooper for you and won't even flinch. I need drops in my eyes twice a day and I need my blood sugar monitored 2 to 3 times a day or whenever I may seem like I'm not quite right. I have to eat 3x per day at the same time every day. So I need a family where someone is usually home morning, night and lunch. My rescue cares very much for me and would never expect you to adopt me and be on your own. They will continue to be involved in my care to answer any questions or help you figure things out, should my numbers start to slide out of range. So you see, you would have a whole network of people who will stand behind you as you learn how to care for me. In return I will be the most well behaved puppy you have ever met, and I will be by your side whenever you need me. My love for my peeps run deep. So if you are an extremely responsible person, who doesn't mind having to be home at the same time every morning and night to feed and give me my insulin, and wants a handsome new best friend, please contact the rescue. You won't regret it! In June I went to see Eye Care for Animals and they determined that I was a good candidate for surgery to have my vision restore. My surgery cost $5000 but it was worth it!!! I can see everything now. I never knew the world was so pretty! I need drops in my eyes everyday, Now that Slim can see he shows aggression to some dogs especially little dogs. Since he was blind he basically has not been socialized around other dogs until now. Slim went into a foster home with a cat and a dog and he was great with the dog before and after surgery, however after his surgery he attacked their cat. We had to place him in a different foster home and have since been working with him to get him over this aggression. Slim was professionally remote collar trained by dynamic dog training. They have offered to give his new owners a lesson on the correct way on how to work with slim on remote collar ($200 value) for free. Slim's medical expenses in average is more then a normal dog. His medical expenses run about $75 a month plus vet visits and blood work will be needed in addition. He is not a good choice for someone on a tight budget. click here to see a video made for slim https://cloud.real.com/s/ZQ8xbR (Less)

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

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Shelly Froehlich 480-567-4328;

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