COOPER – 2 ½ year male.
Good with other Dogs
No cats
Would do well in a quiet home with a canine companion

PHOTO WILL BE POSTED SOON

COOPER was so scared when we pulled him from a local shelter. Now in a foster home he is doing so much better and beginning to enjoy life. He gets along well with the other dogs in the home but has not been cat tested. He is housebroken and crate trained. Cooper would do best in a quiet home with another dog as a companion.

If you would like to include COOPER in your family, please fill out the online application available on our website Placement Page.

 

CRUMB – 2  year female.
Good with Dogs of all sizes
No small children
Good with Dogs of all sizes
No cats
Prefer a rottie experienced home.

Crumb is a sweetheart but she is also a typical strong willed rottie girl. She is good though with other dogs of all sizes, but we have not had a chance to cat test her. She is housebroken and crate trained. Crumb would do better in a home without small children and also a home with rottie experience.

If you would like to include CRUMB in your family, please fill out the online application available on our website Placement Page.

 

TIMBER, BUCKY, YUKON, BECKY and SUSIE – 8 week old Rottweiler Mixes. What a bunch of cutie patooti’s!  It has been so long since we had any puppies in the rescue we just couldn’t resist taking this litter in even if are not pure rotties. What are they mixed with you ask? We suspect there is at least some shepherd, but the photo of Susie makes us wonder if there isn’t a little bit of something else. All are currently in a foster home resting after their long drive to Chicago. Applications are being accepted.

If you are interested in including one of these sweeties in your family, please go to our PLACEMENT PAGE for our Placement Procedures and to fill out an application for placement.

 

DEANA – 2 year female Cane Corso.
Dogs: would do best in a home with male and her own size, no small dogs
Cats: No cats
Children: Would do better in a home with children over the age of 10

May 5 2015  New photo of Deana

Deanna is a short and stocky Cane Corso. She too is another victim of coming in very underweight. With the help of good food the pounds are slowly coming back on. Deana would do best in a home with a laid back male (her size) or as an only dog. Deana does not do well with small dogs or cats. Deana would do well in a home with children over the age of 10.

If you would like to include DEANA in your family, please fill out the online application available on our website Placement Page.

 

BELLA
Children: Would do better in a home with children over the age of 10.
Dogs: Dogs her own size, no small dogs
Cats: No cats

BELLA- 9 month old – Bella is a silly, goofy puppy. She does know some basic commands like sit and down. She gets along well with other dogs her own size. She would love to have a fenced in yard to play in. She does love to run and chase her ball or fresbe. She would do well in a home with children over 10. Because Bella is still very much a puppy obedience training is highly recommended.
If you would like to include BELLA in your family, please fill out the online application available on our website Placement Page

 

Hey Everyone, Remember Me, LEO???

Dogs: Must be in a home with dogs his own size
Cats: No cats

I’ve been in my foster home for a while. My mom is telling me I’m getting better every day. I love to play “catch me” in the back yard. I run so fast no one can catch me. It makes mom laugh at me. I am learning to go for walks on a leash. Of course, I need my foster brother and sister with me. I still am shy of new things. But I’m trying to do good with this. Mom is introducing me to strangers and I’m learning most of them will let me smell them and then give me treats. I love kids. My tail wags so fast, but I still like it when moms are there to watch us. Fast moves still make me run away. But I come right back to try again. I’m having fun learning. Do you think maybe I can come to your house to learn more?

Leo, 2 ½ year male, entered Recycled Rotts last fall. He is a good boy, laid back with other dogs, big or small and likes children.
Leo is a loving soul but very cautious of his surroundings. He must be placed in a home with another dog.

If Leo sounds like the friend and companion you are looking for, please go to our Placement Page for information about our placement procedures and to fill out our online application.

Thank you to Leo’s special friends:
Michael D’Angelo
Judith Perle
Pat Howard
Karl Hacke
Joy Bruno
Laura Dunn
Kina Gilmack
Patricia Adams
Candis Carey
Paul Beyer
Ron Termini
Curt & Georgianna Pahl