SOLOMON
King of the Rottie Lean

Poor Solomon is still waiting for his forever home. Just over 18 months Solomon is such a lovely boy. He has such a sweet face, and look at that rottie lean. Solomon just wants someone to love. When he meets new people he will greet you with kisses and his non-stop stubby. Solomon is housebroken, crate trained and loves to take a daily walk.

So why is he still here? Could it be that we are recommending that Solomon go to a family with rottie experience? A family will that make a commitment to him and take him to obedience classes? Maybe because we are recommending that if there are other dogs in the family they should be females his own size and children should be over the age of 10 and no felines?  Sounds pretty typical to us. Rotties are such a fun, loving breed but on occasion they are known to try to have a mind of their own. A lot of love and cuddles, plus a desire to help them become the best dog ever is all that is needed to overcome a few faults.

If you are that person or family and are interested in including SOLOMON in your home, please go to our website PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies, rescue location and online application.

 

Let’s Try This Again:

ANNIE, our beautiful 5 year old ANNIE is still waiting for her forever home. Annie is a wonderful girl but she is a strong alpha and will only work with very low key dogs.  This goes for males or females. If she had her wishes she would be the only dog.  She loves her toys and she does like to go around the block for a walk.  She can’t do stairs or an active lifestyle.  She is not a lover of children too active and all the chaos does not sit well with her.  To put it bluntly, she is kind of a crabby old bitch.   She is completely housebroken and crate trained.   She has excellent home manners and walks like a dream on a leash.    She has two bad knees from previous injuries that have caused arthritis this limits her long walks and stairs.   She also has a dribbling issue if not on Proin.   As long as she takes the Proin she is fine, it is not expensive and it works.   She takes Rymdahl and Gabapentin for her arthritis.

We know that a home is out there for Annie. For that special home, we will waive all placement fees. If you are interested in including Annie in your home, please go to our website Placement Page (http://www.recycledrotts.org/wp/?page_id=150

 

MS BEE, or BEATRICE – 2 year female. Silly, goofy girl that still has a lot of puppy in her. If you are looking for a rottie, but do not one that is huge, this is your girl. Bee is a small rottie, we call her “pocket sized”.  Ms. Bee is housebroken and crate trained. She could use a course in obedience, but she is very eager to please and very food motivated. Bee would love a yard where she can play, maybe a buddy to keep her company.

If you are interested in MS BEE, please go to our website PLACEMENT PAGE for our placement policies, rescue location and online application.

 

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Here is the profile we never thought we would never post:

HANK our sweet 9 year old male from North Carolina is ready for his forever home.!!!

If you have been following Hanks story  on the Recycled Rotts facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/RecycledRotts/?ref=bookmarks—-Hank is one of our North Carolina Threesome), you know that since he joined Recycled Rotts this boy has been through hell and back. Thanks to the vets at Yorkville Animal Hospital, they were able to find a medication for Hank that will allow him live out his life free from pain and discomfort.
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Hank was found hanging around a McDonalds scrounging for food in late June/early July.  He was full of fleas and just worn out. He was taken in and fostered by a local North Carolina rescue. When we started planning our transport for Melonie and Nico they asked if he could hitch a ride and become a Recycled Rott.

While in foster care, Hank lived with other dogs and cats. He has a wonderful personality that has won over the hearts of everyone he meets. This boy who just 10 days ago was just hanging out, looking sad, is actually back up running around and playing. Hank is a fighter and truly deserves to live out his life happy and healthy. In order to help Hank get the family, and life, he deserves, Recycled Rotts is waiving all placement fees and Recycled Rotts will provide his medication for the remainder of his life.

If you are interested in including this amazing senior in your home, please go to our website Placement Page for our placement policies, rescue location and online application.

 

MELONIE is a sweet girl, big girl (approx. 108#) and certainly thinks she is the queen bee. Her previous owners said she can be on the alpha side but with a good leader she responds nicely. We don’t know if there were children in Melonie’s last home. If there are in her new, they should be over the age of 10. Because Miss Melonie wants to be queen, she would do best in a home with rottie experience.  She has been with her son Niko so we know she is good with males her own size, but not sure about small dogs or cats.

If you are interested in including Melonie, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies, rescue location and online application

 

NIKO, 8 month male, is Melonie’s son. Mom and son, were relinquished to a shelter in North Carolina and made the long trip to Chicago seeking a better life. Niko is a typical young rottie, full of energy and excitement, loves to play, and definitely needs some structure in his life. Niko has always been with his mom but it is time for NIKO to spread his wings and have a family to call his own. Like his mom (Melonie is over 100#), he is going to be a big boy. He would do well in a home with dogs his own size and no cats. Niko is a willing learner and would love to build up his confidence and learn new skills by attending obedience classes.
If you are interested in including Niko in your home, please go to our Placement Page for our placement policies, rescue location and online application

 

RANGER – 18  month male. Ranger is a big boy with the mind still like a puppy. This boy will need a family that is committed to taking him through obedience training. He is as sweet and does well with dogs his own size. (no small dogs or cats.) Ranger has no idea how big he is, so if there are children in his new family they should be over the age of ten. Ranger will need a fenced in yard where he can run and play. A family that is active would also be on his wish list.

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

 

ROOKIE – 18 month male Rottie Mix. Rookie can be a little shy when you first meet him, but he will quickly settle in. He has a sweetheart of a personality and is housebroken and crate trained. He is good with dogs his own size, but has not been small dog or cat tested. Rookie does know some basic commands, but a refresher obedience class would not hurt. Rookie would do best in a home with children over the age of 10.

If you are interested in ROOKIE, please go to our website Placement Page (http://www.recycledrotts.org/wp/?page_id=150) for our placement policies, rescue location and online application.

 

 

SAVANNAH and GEORGIA our southern belles from North Carolina are finally ready for placement. These sweet young ladies are approximately 2 years old and doing so well in their foster home. They are house trained and crate trained, probably could use some basic obedience classes, but already know how to walk nicely on a leash. Since they are sisters they have been together all their lives. Even though it would be nice, they do not have to be placed together. Savannah is a bit of an alpha and sometimes overshadows Georgia. Living apart would allow their individual personalities to come out and shine. We recommend that if there are other dogs in their home, they should be their own size. Savannah would do better with a male. No small dogs or cats. Children over the age of 10 are preferred.

If you are interested in including either SAVANNAH, GEORGIA or both in your home, please go to our website Placement Page (http://www.recycledrotts.org/wp/?page_id=150) for our rescue information, location and online application.