Dogs needing to be rehomed
It is our policy to consider each rehoming request that comes to us on its own merits regardless of age or circumstances as we rehome puppies to oldies, although the older dog is more difficult to rehome. Due to funds, available kennel spaces and the number of dogs looking for new homes it means we are normally full and are just not able to help every Rottie. Our dogs are cared for in kennels, but we try to foster puppies or young dogs.
Please note that we cannot rehome dogs that have been aggressive or have shown aggressive responses. If you have a temperament or aggression problem and you would like our help with regards to training and/or managing the problem we are happy for you to telephone April our advisor on 07960 930864 or email us with a query which we will endeavour to answer. If you have serious concerns about your dog's temperament we recommend you discuss this with your veterinary surgeon. If we take in a dog for rehoming that displays aggression whilst in our care we will discuss the dog's future with our behaviourist and vet.
Are you interested in rehoming one of our Rotties? Then go to go our Rehoming page, complete our form 'Application to rehome a rottie' and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send by post (the address is on the form). To find out more about how we operate go to the About Us link. You can also email us or phone 01782 395558 for more details.
It's that time of year again where we'd like you to send in pictures that you'd like to be considered for our 2016 calendar.
Please send the pictures in the highest quality that you can, preferably landscape orientation, along with a short paragraph/write up to go with it.
E-mail them to me at email@example.com
All entries in by Mon 24th Aug please. Thanks.
Registered Charity 279 478 R (since 1981)
Member of the Association of Dogs and Cats Homes
Member of Dog Rescue Federation
a registered not-for-profit rescue charity, who find good homes for unwanted
aims of the Association are to:
-Rescue abandoned and neglected Rottweilers and help those who are unwanted.
-Provide all necessary care, treatment and rehabilitation.
-Assess these dogs for adoptability and find suitable homes for them.