MOLLIE – 4 year female. Molly is such a sweetheart, she was relinquished by her family to the rescue when they moved and couldn’t take her with. Molly is housebroken and crate trained. She is good with children age 5 and up. She has also been in a home with other dogs and cats. Mollie does know basic commands and has good house manners. She would love to have a nice yard where she can plan and once again a family that she can call her own.
If you are interested in including Mollie in your family, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.

 

SADIE – 2  year female.  Sadie was transported to Recycled Rotts from a shelter in Missouri where she had been held as a stray. From the looks of her she had been wandering for a while before being brought in. Sadie is very thin and is working on adding a few pounds to her thin frame. She is doing well in her foster home, enjoys going for a walk everyday and loves the comfort of a warm bed. Most of all she loves all the good food she is being served. Her foster mom says she is a complete love bug. She is crate train, has good house manners and is doing very well with other dogs her own size. We do not know if Sadie has ever been with small dogs or cats. Children in her new home should be over the age of 5.

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

 

CARL – 3 year male. Another dog removed from his home and another dog that, despite his past, is extremely sweet and loving. Carl is doing very well in his foster home. He gets along with pretty much anything and everybody. He is a laid back boy who isn’t super active, just prefers to hang out, enjoy life, go for a walk. Carl would do best in a home with children over the age of 10.

If you are interested in including Carl in your home, please to our website Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.

 

 

 

HERCULES – 4 year male. True to his name this is one big boy. Hercules was removed from his last home, where he had spent his entire life in a basement and was only allowed out once a day. Hercules has quickly adapted to a life outside four walls in the very short time he has been with Recycled Rotts. Already he has learned that beds are very comfortable and toys are fun to play with. Hercules enjoys going for walks and walks like a dream on a leash. He does know some basic commands too. He can’t wait for a new home. We would prefer that Hercules be placed in a home with children over the age of 10.

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

 

JOSIE – 3 year female. Josie is finally ready to go to her new home.   Josie is still really young, she loves to play. She is housebroken and crate trained and would benefit from a refresher course in obedience, just to fine tune a few things. She would be good with another dog her own size, she is a little too excited to play with the small dogs just yet.

If you are interested in including Josie in your home please go to our website Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.

 

UPDATE-April 24th – Nine of Brita’s babies were placed and three remain (2 males and 1 female). How cute are they?

All applications received to date have been processed. Many applications received. Many calls made to prospective families and many calls not returned.

If you are interested in either Brita or one of her puppies, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRITA – 3 year female. Brita is exactly what a rottie should be; beautiful, intelligent and a wonderful family pet. Brita came to us as a stray from Arkansas. Little did we know when we said we would take her that she was very pregnant and only a couple of weeks from delivery. Brita had 14 puppies on March 1st and as soon as she is spayed those will be her last. Brita has a fantastic personality, an excellent mom to her pups and a very well behaved houseguest in her foster home. She is housebroken and crate trained, has excellent manners and does have basic obedience skills. She gets

along with other dogs (she has not been with cats yet.) She would do well with children over the age of 5. Brita would love to have a home with a nice yard to play in and maybe a companion to keep her company.

Brita originally had 14 pups, but unfortunately 2 passed away. We are now taking applications on the remaining 12 and they should be available to go to their new homes on or about the second week of May. There are 7 males and 5 females. These pups are rottie mixes and no, we don’t know who or what is their daddy. We are posting photos of two of Brita’s babies. The remaining pups have similar colors and markings.

If you are interested in either Brita or one of her puppies, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies and online application.

 

KANE – 1 year male. Sometimes things just don’t work out. Kane was recently placed and will be returning to the rescue. He is just a big puppy and has a lot of puppy energy. That translates to he will definitely need a home with a family that has rottie experience, is fairly active, has a fenced in back yard and will make a commitment to take him to obedience training.  His new family should not be uncomfortable when he gets the puppy zooms (who doesn’t love the puppy zooms), but Kane has to learn his limits and who is in charge.

Despite all this Kane is a good boy, he gets along with other dogs his size (no small dogs or cats) and is housebroken and crate trained.

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

 

ABBIE – 18 month female Rottweiler. Abbie is new to the rescue. She came to Recycled Rotts from a shelter in Missouri where she had been brought in as a stray. Abbie is good with dogs her own size, but has not been around small dogs or cats. She is a sweet, sweet girl who knows some basic commands. Attending an obedience class is recommended. Abbie is crate trained.   We prefer placing Abbie in a home with children over the age of 5. More information on Abbie will be posted soon. More photos of Abbie are available on the Recycled Rotts Facebook Page

If you can’t wait and are interested now in including Abbie in your home, please go to our website PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies and online application.