Once a dog or puppy comes into our rescue they are assured safety, comfort and all proper veterinary care. All of our dogs and puppies are spayed or neutered and microchipped prior to adoption. We work closely with local and out-of-state rescuers to ensure that our dogs and puppies find the best homes possible. Our goal is to match the right dog with the right family and ultimately ensure everyone's happiness and well-being.
Rotts 'n Pups Rescue is also committed to:
*Providing free dog food to pet owners who have fallen on hard times;
*Educating pet owners about the benefits and the necessity of sterilizing their animals;
*Assisting pet owners in the location of low-cost spay/neuter clinics and veterinary services;
*Teaching of the importance of socializing current and/or adoptive pets;
*Offering all necessary tools for persons to become responsible pet owners.
Whether you are looking to adopt an adult dog or a puppy, a pure bred Rottweiler or a mix, we strongly encourage you to research the breed and familiarize yourself with the type of dog that you will be making a life-long commitment to. Most breeds of dogs have very specific temperaments, activity level needs, grooming requirements, behavioral issues and many other factors that make certain breeds more or less desirable for one person or another. The more you know the better off you and your new friend will be. The more you interact with your new friend and make him or her a true member of the family the happier your dog will be and you as well. Dogs are social creatures and crave attention; they also require a leader and a companion, a friend and a caregiver. The more you give your dog the more you will get in return. Treat your dog right and you will have a life-long friend, companion, soul-mate and buddy. There is nothing quite like looking into your dog's eyes and seeing unconditional love and admiration for the one who has made him happy.
"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion."