Adopting a Rottweiler
Adopting a rescued animal is a hugely rewarding experience, your new family member might not otherwise have had a second chance. We work hard to ensure the homes we place our Rottweilers in are just right for their unique needs to give them the very best chance of a forever home they can finally settle into.
We can’t put a time limit on the adoption process, because each dog and new home is different, be assured that if the dog you contact us about is no longer available or is unsuited to your circumstances, we’ll do our utmost to match you to the right dog.
– All new homes are checked.
– We adhere to a set procedure for rehoming dogs.
– Due to changes in the DDA, we can only rehome dogs to families with children that are ages 5 and above who have been brought up around large dogs.
Meet Dave, Dave is a big beautiful 16 month old boy who has been with us for sometime now. He came from a home where he was loved but shown no boundaries and he had started to take advantage of this situation. We feel he has now “turned the corner” and in the right home will make a fantastic addition. He will need an experienced Rottie home, with no children, that is willing to continue working with him. He will reward you with oodles of love and devotion.
Buddy was found in a house with his owner who had sadly passed away, they think he was there for about 10 days or so. He is very friendly, doesn’t like the lead (work in progress) He runs with 2 other males and a bitch. He is entire. He loves his toys and ropes and is very ticklish. Thank you for sponsoring me.
Hector gives lovely kisses and is quite well behaved. He has previously lived with a bitch. He is approximately 2-3 years old and enjoys roaming around the paddock. He is very obedient and a good all round dog. He was docked by his breeder. He will make a lovely companion in the correct home.
Bella is a beautiful girl, that needs a very experienced home where she can have her own space. She will need a home where there are no children and although she is tolerant of other dogs she needs to be the only Pet. Bella will make a loyal and happy companion in an experienced home.
Our beautiful Zara is looking for that sofa for her final years. She is a beautiful girl with lots of love to give but needs a home where she will not to have to deal with lots of people. She would love someone who lives on their own to be her best friend. She is spayed and chipped and has just had surgery to help make her arthritis much easier. She is between 8-9 years old originally came from a puppy farm. She would be better being the only “one”. A long term foster would be considered for this lovely girl.
Leo is approximately 3 years old and a lovely, happy boy. He is extremely active and loves to play and gallop round the paddock. He is an energetic boy who will need a home where there is plenty to occupy his mind. He could possibly live with a strong-minded bitch. An experienced Rottie home with older teenage children would be ideal.
Introducing Ralfe. Ralfe is a 4 year neutered male who after initial shyness is a big softy. In his previous home he did live with a number of dogs although, there were a few disagreements with the Alpha dog of the household, but he could certainly live in a home with bitches. Unfortunately, Ralfe’s hips are not brilliant and this would need to be taken into consideration when offering him a home. He loves to be out and about though and is quite active. He would love a home and sofa of his own.
Ronnie is approximately 8 months and very energetic. He is quite a clever boy and is very willing to learn. He is also quite stubborn and will need someone who has a lot of time to work with him. He needs a home where he will be the only dog and where there are no children. Ronnie needs a structured environment where he will receive the training that he needs to become a fantastic member of his family. He is vaccinated and chipped.
Toby was left for nine hours in a car and eventually pick up by the police who took him to a kennels they use, his owner did not want him back. We were contacted by the kennels as he was due to be PTS’d. He is roughly 10 years of age, a lovely old chap who would love a home of his own for his twilight years. Toby has not really been socialized with other dogs so would need to be an only dog.
She is looking for a quiet home without too many visitors and would like owners who will carry on with her training using positive and kind methods, as she loves to learn. She sometimes struggles to trust people so owners need to be willing to help her with this and be willing to visit her several times to bond with her. Given the right help and understanding, Hettie will make a wonderful addition to a family. After polite introductions, she could live happily with another calm dog, cats and poultry. Hettie is house-trained and is happy to be left for a few hours.
Huey is between 3 and 4 years old and a very good boy. He is happy and affectionate and does not seem to have any socialization problems. He was a stray from the pound but seems to have had a stable home in the past. Huey needs an reasonably experienced Rottie home and could possibly live with older teenage children.
The gorgeous Sally is now looking for her forever home. She is between 2-3 years old, very affectionate, would live with a male but does not get on with other females. She has quite a high prey drive so no cats or small furries. She could live with older children.
Grace is approximately 2-3 years old, very intelligent and energetic. She is spayed and vaccinated. She is very loving and obedient but not particularly dog friendly. Grace was a stray so we have no history of how she is with children, although we feel she could live in a home with older teenagers.
Barney is young male who came to us because his owner was too ill to look after him. He is an intelligent boy who has been partially trained as an assistance dog (in the home). Unfortunately, he has not spent a lot of time outside of the home so he is not particularly good with other dogs. He is strong on the lead but responding well to training. He loves to learn and in the right home will be an asset. Barney needs someone who is experienced with Rotties and has plenty of time to spend continuing his training.
Meet Merry a sweet little girl, approximately 10 months old. Merry had a very poor start to her little life and it has taken her some time to understand how to have fun and just be a dog. She will still need ongoing training but we feel she is now ready for a stable and loving home. Merry would really need to be an only pet at present. She has lots of love to give and would be a very loyal girl. Merry now needs an understanding experienced Rottie home where she could continue to blossom.