Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue Inc.
Our Featured Pet...
Sierra is a very quiet and big mellow girl who is looking for a quiet home.She gets along well with other dogs, but since she is a senior she needs to be with other quiet dogs, she is about 9 years old. she is housebroken and crate trained, and shes loves to ride in cars and walks well on a leash. We are looking for a place for Sierra where she can live out her final years with her own family.
In the last year Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue has saved the lives of over 110 Rottweilers
... with more foster home volunteers, we could save the lives of more deserving and adoptable Rottweilers. Please visit our site to see more Rottweiler available for adoptin and learn more about what we do:
We also have a "Wish List" of items for the Rotties.
Who We Are
Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue, Inc. is located in Northern California. We are a nonprofit organization recognized by both the IRS and the state of California. We are made up of a small group of volunteers who donate their own time and money to rescue the Rotties. All donations go directly to helping the Rotties and our volunteers take nothing for themselves or for "administrative" expenses.
The goal of Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue Inc. (SCRR) is to rescue Rottweilers from kill animal shelters, humane societies and other rescue organizations where otherwise the dogs would be euthanized.
The Rottweilers in our care are neutered, spayed, vaccinated, treated for health issues, tested for heartworm and placed on Heartworm Preventative. The foster home will also begin basic training or reinforce training whenever necessary. Our organization will do reference checks and home checks for prospective adoptive families. Our goal is simple, the right Rottweiler for the right home. We begin the adoption process through an Online Application that is available on our web site.
We rarely accept personal surrenders but if you are interested in finding a new home for your Rottie we would be happy to place your dog on our web page if you send us a picture and a biography of the dog (preferably via email). http://www.tvpup.com/asecondChance/scrr.html
Adopting a friend
Common Myths about "rescued" dogs:
something must be "wrong" with the dog
it must be dog's fault that it is without a home
These myths assign blame to all homeless dogs instead addressing "human" factors:
overbreeding of Rottweilers - a situation that could be preventable
irresponsible previous owners - lack of understanding or caring about the Rottweiler breed or any dog
Let's face it, we all know that not everyone gets the best start in life
and... rescued dogs are no different!
Adopting a rescued Rottweiler is your chance to do something good for an animal rather than mindlessly turning to a so-called "breeder" for the "right" Rottweiler.
It's your opportunity to right a wrong and give a deserving Rottie a family and a home.
Most important to us at Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue is this:
We believe that the "right" people make the best Rottweiler owners and companions.
Come Visit Us!
The Second Chance Rottweiler rescue website has additional dogs you can view as well as courtisy listings of other dogs looking for homes.
Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue B>
PO Box 1394
Dixon, CA 95620
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
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