Available Rottweilers

Coco's only comment on her surrender paperwork was "landlord". This portly adult girl gets along with all people and most other dogs. She has not been cat tested. Rides well in the car and has basic house manners. More...

This 10 yr old rottie girl endured unspeakable abuse at the hands (and feet) of her owner. Her story is not for the faint of heart, but Clara does deserve a home that shows her that there is more than one way to live. More...

Tasha is social with other dogs and just makes you happy with her infectious joy!. Our girl with the natural tail, so popular in her country of origin, will share her toys and food if you will just arrange to pet her smiling face!! This 12 to 15 month old spayed young lady is fostered in lower NY state More...


Sheila is a well-mannered girl who knows some of her commands, never likes to be far from a tennis ball, and adores a game of fetch with her human friends. She loves to go for daily walks, and is good on a leash. She is a large and healthy girl (approx. 80+ pounds), and so she is hoping to find a strong new family! More...

Smokey, at four years old, is transforming into a living ice sculpture who will stimulate curiosity and conversation everywhere she goes! She has a condition known as vitaligo, which is simply a loss of pigment. Her black coat and the black leather of her nose and pads are slowly becoming white. While not life threatening at all, this does create a spectacular companion! More...

This beautiful 8 month-old docked boy has had surgery to repair his broken shoulder from that life altering accident, and now, neutered and UTD on shots, he is looking to relocate to a loving family dedicated to helping him to recover fully as his surgeon anticipates. More...

Sasha is a 5-year old female rottweiler with a beautiful natural tail. Sasha enjoys the company of other dogs, although she will position herself to be the dominant one whenever possible.  Sasha lives peacefully with three cats, in fact, she quite likes them and has been caught in a kitty snuggle more than once. More...

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In this Issue

For the Love of Dog Launches...

Since 1998, I have been taking dogs from the Center for Animal Care & Control in New York City. Rescue liaisons change from season to season, and the need for our help is requested more often as the rescue liaisons get more experience. Since 1998, I have taken hundreds of dogs from NYCACC. In 2005, we moved 25 dogs into permanent homes from the city. This year, we have brought in 32 (so far).

The NYCACC takes in all stray and city impound dogs as well as owner turn ins. Last year their intake averaged 3000 animals a month. Owners are allowed 72 hours to reclaim their dog, or the dog becomes available for adoption or may be euthanized. Dogs who are turned in by their owners may be euthanized as soon as the surrender form is signed - they are not obligated to care for surrendered animals if there is a space or temperament issue.

To get these dogs to safety, we need to move them to boarding space. DISCOUNTED boarding space in New York is $20/day. That gets expensive quickly and we need HELP  with it. If you want to make a difference in a New York dog's life, you can sponsor the dog's kennel space until he can be moved to a foster home for as little as $20. One of our sponsored dogs will write and thank you for saving his or her life -- because that is what you'll be doing. Without help in covering boarding space, dogs will be euthanized -- dogs who's only crime is that they are homeless.

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~We take several dogs every week. Your continued support is needed. ~

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Hurricane Katrina Update

August 2006 - Katrina, BF 60 (Meaning she was picked up one of the first few days after the storm) will join us later this month. Apply to FOSTER a Dog Want to sponsor a dog? We could use your help here too. Email Dale for information on sponsoring a dog. Donations are ALWAYS welcome -- and needed.

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Author makes no representations as to the temperament and health of these animals and takes no responsibility for the accuracy of their information. Communications should be addressed to the designated rescue organization relative to each animal.
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Last Updated:  9/29/2006