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This happy little one is just waiting for you! Ruger is family raised and loves to play with children. Up to date on vaccines and dewormer and will be vet checked. You also receive the AKC application form. Ruger is from 5 time Champion German Rottweiler bloodlines! Shipping options are available. Contact today to reserve your new pet today. The best time to call is mon thru sat
rottweiler for adoption
rottweiler for adoption can be a great way to provide a loving home to a dog in need. Here are some steps to consider when adopting a Rottweiler:
- Research rescue organizations or shelters in your area that specialize in Rottweilers. You can search online or contact local animal welfare groups for recommendations.
- Contact the organization to learn more about their adoption process and to find out if they have any Rottweilers available for adoption. Be prepared to answer questions about your home, family, and lifestyle to help the organization determine if a Rottweiler would be a good fit for you.
- Meet with the Rottweiler you are considering adopting to assess their temperament and compatibility with your family and lifestyle. This may involve several visits to the shelter or foster home.
- Complete the adoption paperwork and pay any associated fees. Some organizations may require a home visit or reference check before finalizing the adoption.
- Prepare your home for your new Rottweiler by setting up a comfortable living space, purchasing food and supplies, and ensuring your home is safe and secure. You may also want to schedule a vet visit to ensure your Rottweiler is healthy and up-to-date on vaccinations.
- Provide ongoing care and training for your Rottweiler to help them adjust to their new home and become a well-behaved and happy member of your family.
It’s important to remember that adopting a Rottweiler, or any dog, is a big responsibility, and it’s important to be prepared to provide them with the love, care, and attention they need throughout their lifetime.
Rottweilers began to be used in police work, for which they were well suited. The ADRK survived World War II and has continued to promote good breeding programs in Germany and throughout the world. It’s dedicated to preserving the working ability of the Rottweiler.
It’s thought that the first Rottweiler came to the U.S. with a German emigrant in the late 1920s. The first litter was whelped in 1930, and the first dog registered by the In the American Kennel Club‘s “Official Standard of the Rottweiler Felsenmeer in 1931.
Today, Rottweilers rank 17th among the 155 breeds and varieties registered by the AKC.
Males typically are 24 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh 95 to 130 pounds. Females typically are 22 to 25 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh 85 to 115 pounds.