Rottweiler Welfare Association is continuing to maintain the level of compliance necessary within the changing COVID-19 guidance and we can confirm that at this time we are still taking applications for re homing but we do ask you all to bear with us and be patient. We will take longer to get back to applicants throughout these very difficult times but we still value your applications and we will strive to process your applications as soon as we can. We are a charity that is run by volunteers alone, we have no paid staff and as such, due to the current lockdown guidance we are unable to undertake home checks as quickly as we would like too, as well as process each application, we currently are working through over 300 applications and will be in touch regarding home checks as soon as we can.
Thank you for your continued patience.
Adopting a Rottweiler
IMPORTANT UPDATE: At the present time, due to Covid-19, we still have a huge backlog of applications to assess and home visits to organise. Once the Home Visits are done, we will do our utmost to try and find you a suitable dog. In the meantime if you have already had a Home Visit and are waiting to hear from us it just means at the present time we haven’t got the right dog for you. Please don’t give up; we are doing our best.
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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.