“I WANT THEM OUT OF MY LIFE”

How many times have we heard these words? We don’t know what happened, we don’t care, and, yes, it is difficult not to judge. But these seven little words became life changing for Ellie May and Hoover and took them from the home they have always known to ultimately ending in Recycled Rotts.

First stop was at their vet where their owner requested that they be euthanized. The vet refused on the grounds Ellie May and Hoover are healthy, good dogs. The vet, in turn, contacted a local animal control, who retrieved the dogs. We were contacted and here they are. All we can say is that there was a legion of rottie angels not only sitting on their shoulders but also watching over them to make sure they were spared a trip to the Bridge.

Now safe with Recycled Rotts, Ellie May and Hoover are seeking new furever homes.  Hoover is 5 and Ellie May is 3. Both are housebroken and good with children (prefer over the age of 10). Cats? We have no idea if they are good with cats. They can be placed separately ($350 each), but we would love to see them continue their lives together. If you are interested in including both Ellie May and Hoover in your home the placement fee will be reduced to $350.00 for both.

Placement information and an online application is available on our website Placement Page.

 

RUGER – 10 month male Rottie Mix.  Good natured boy, gets along well with other dogs, but not sure about cats. Ruger is housebroken and crate trained. He will need some basic obedience but is a quick learner and very eager to please.  Ruger  is full of energy and would love to have a yard where he can plan and maybe a companion to keep him company.

If you are interested in including RUGER in your family, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.

 

KANE – 1  year male Rottweiler. Kane is new to the rescue. He is a sweet boy but a typical young rottie male. This translates to he will need basic obedience. Kane has a great personality, is good with other dogs his own size, but a little too big for small dogs and no cats. Kane is housebroken and crate trained. Children over the age of seven would be best.

If you are interested in including Kane in your family, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.