When a rescue gets placed under the care of Recycled Rotts, they go to a vet for a checkup, shots, and to get spayed or neutered. Dogs are placed under the care of a foster family but may stay in the organization’s local kennel while waiting. Those considering to adopt rescues from SSRR have to pay a minimal adoption fee that may differ based on the adopted dog’s age. For the Love of Dog was established in 2004 with the goal of rescuing Rottweilers in the New Hampshire area. Most of their rescued dogs are from shelters in neighboring states such as New England, New York, and New Jersey.
They take part in dog events and give promotional materials such as flyers. Like most Rottweiler rescue groups, they mostly rely on donations and volunteers. If you are living in the mid states, you may want to get in touch with MARR for a Rottie rescue.
A group of Rottweiler lovers with over 50 years of shared experience with the breed founded Recycled Rotts, Inc. in the late 1980s. It officially became a non-profit Rottweiler rescue group in 1997 and has been rescuing Rotties in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin ever since. Foster families are qualified to handle Rottweilers and teach these dogs to be well-behaved which includes potty and crate training. Their promise is to find a family for each Rottie that goes under their care. Rotties who are not able to find a permanent home become part of the FLRRR family.