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Rotten Rottie Rescue Last updated Feb 23, 2018
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Rescue Me ID: 18-02-16-00422Alex (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

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

    Alex is an Akc registered female very large beautiful Rottweiler. She is not fat just has a large frame especially for a girl. She is fun and goofy and very loving. She needs a strong leader and without one may think that she is in charge. Typical rottweiler stuff. That is true for most rottweilers. She currently lives with a little girl and another dog. She is being surrendered because she and the other dog started fighting. They allow their little girl to climb on her and lay on her and Alex has tried to tell her that she doesn't like that, so she gave a growl and that is very concerning to her owners. So older kids is probably a better ... (Read More)match for Alex in a home with no other animals. Alex is about 4 years old now. If you are interested in Alex 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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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: 18-02-16-00411Coco (female)

Rottweiler    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    If you are looking for a Rottie with a big bear head, look no further, Coco is your girl! The first thing out of everybody's mouth when they meet her is 'Wow look how big her head is!' Coco is fabulous in many other ways as well. Good with people and other dogs, and the surrender paperwork says that she is good with cats as well! She was flown in a private plane from s shelter in Northern California to Bakersfield where ground transport picked her up and brought her to us in Az. She is a huge sweetheart and loves to hang out with her peeps if you would like to meet this beautiful 3 year old, please fill out our adoption questionnaire located ... (Read More)under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com . 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: 18-02-02-00274Samson (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

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

    Samson is about 5-6 years old. He is a very large majestic rottweiler with a very calm demeanor. He currently lives with several young children and has been good with them but does not seem to really enjoy children hanging on him, giving him bear hugs or laying on him. He would do well in a home with kids over 10 years old. Sam also likes other dogs, however, he should be the only dog in the house. He has a very sweet disposition, but just the sight of him is enough to scare away any potential bad guys. If you are interested in meeting Sam, please fill out our adoption questionnaire located under the forms tab on www.rottenrottie.com

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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: 18-01-13-00004Grizz (male)

Rottweiler    Age: Adult

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

    Grizz is about 5 years old. He has just completed his formal training with Lorenzo's Dog Training. He has been trained to walk in a perfect heal on and off leash, sit, down, stay and place on command. He has been socialized with dogs of all sizes. Best of all, in addition to having a professionally trained rottweiler, his adoption will include 3 free training sessions with Grizz's trainer, so that you understand exactly how Grizz was trained and how to continue on with his training. Grizz is a very sweet cuddly boy who loves attention! If you are interested in having Grizz show off his new training skills for you, please go to ... (Read More)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 set up up a meet and greet. 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: 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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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: 16-10-01-00017Skye (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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Rotten Rottie Rescue
Maricopa County Gilbert, AZ 85296 MAP IT!

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