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Please Note: The dogs listed were not being fostered by ourselves. Most were in local Animal Shelters, SPCAs and Rescues. They were just listed on this page in hopes of finding a home.
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Sadly, not all dogs can be saved, or fine the appropriate homes soon enough. These are a few of the unlucky ones.
Please think about saving a Rottweiler, and giving an abandoned dog a much loved home, so this sort of thing does not have to continue to happen.
"A Very Special Pair" - posted April 16th, 2008, Updated October 23rd, 2008
Unfortunately, both were PTS, as an appropriate home could not be found.
"Solo" - posted January 14th, 2004, updated March 11th, 2004
Unfortunately, Solo was PTS, as an appropriate home could not be found.
Solo is a neutered male, probably around 4 years old. Friendly when he gets to know you, but until then a bit wary - barks in his kennel. Very strong on a leash (needs obedience training) but will sit when requested. Mixed reaction to other dogs, normally he will ignore them but he is kept on his own. Doesn't seem to like very young children. His dog assessment states he is a bit territorial of his kennel and breed knowledge a must. He should never become a 'back-yard' dog. In the shelter environment, he does not get the exercise he needs, but the volunteers who walk him all find him very affectionate and friendly.
"Harvey" - posted January 5th, 2004, Updated May 26, 2004
Unfortunately, Harvey was PTS. He went through 2 new homes, and was returned by both, as he was too aggressive.
Big, handsome Harvey hasn't had much of a life the past two years. His previous owners never took him for a walk, so he gained a few extra pounds, which he'll need to shed. Having not gone for a walk in two years meant Harvey didn't have any exposure to the outside world during that time. As a result, he's very nervous around children and other dogs. We have taken him on group walks with four other dogs, and although he isn't the type to get friendly and playful with the others, at least not at this point, he has proven to be patient and relatively calm in their company. Despite this, Harvey will only be adopted out to a home without other animals. It would also be best that he not go to a home with small children. He will have to go to an experienced home, where he'll be able to properly re-socialize. Harvey seems to be a diamond in the rough. He already knows his basic commands, but he's going to need a little work with walking on a leash. Harvey is very eager to please if you have a treat in your hand. His little stub of a tail will start wagging, which gets his whole back end wiggling. He's got an almost full-body tail wag, which is quite humourous to see. Harvey LOVES to play fetch and soccer, and will joyfully charge after the ball as fast as he can run (he's very agile and athletic for a big guy), but will then insist that you chase him a bit, before he'll give it back.That's no problem though, as he needs to burn off his excess weight anyway, and he does give the ball back quite willingly, if you insist. You're going to have to expect to put your belly-rubbing hand to good use with Harvey too. He loves a rub while he's catching his breath between ball chase sessions. He's a big friendly boy, who will make a devoted companion for the right person.
"One-Eyed" Jack (posted June 15th)
Sadly, Jack did not find a home in time. He was PTS.
Young Male PB - Needs Home This Weekend! (Posted Jan. 23rd)
Unfortunately, he did not find a home in time. He was PTS.
Amerack (posted Jan 23rd)
Sadly, Amerack did not find a home in time. He was PTS.
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