"Secondhand Rottweilers give first class love"
Adoption & Fostering
With great thanks...
About the Breed &
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Why are Rotties Surrendered?
the launch of our new website, it just wasn't possible to move all the
photos and stories about their happy endings, but know that Abby,
Abram, Alia, Amica, Apollo, Baldwin, Beau, Boon, Brady,
Brasco, Bruin, Buddy, Cain, Caber, Carrie, Calla, Chance, Cinder,
Claire, Phoebe, Dante, Dalton, Damon, Darby, Dixie, Dorrie, Echo,
Elsa, Thor, Finn, Oliver, Gemini, Gideon, Grizz, Halo, Hannah, Harley,
Hogan, Hudson, Ingram, Jacey, Jager, Jayda, Kaden, Kayla, Keifer,
Kelsey, Koko, Kolby, Leroy, Lina, Lola, Luna, Lyric, Macy, all 3
Maggies, Merlin, Morgan, Murphy, Nina, Joey, Oakley, Panzer, Payton,
Pearl, Poppy, Wilheim, Ramona, Ranger, Riot, Ripley, both Roxies, Ruby,
Rocky, Roscoe, Ruger, Ryder, Samson, Scout, Sloan, Sophie, Stricta,
Scully, Taiga, Tallis, Tazz, Tessie, Taylor, Tonka, Terra, Wyatt
& Zoe are all doing well in their forever homes and thank you
for your interest.
Click here for updates on our current dogs as they move onto their homes…
The Rainbow Bridge
When SARR was founded in 1995 we realized that we may have years or sometimes only hours to restore some hope and dignity to the magnificent creatures that come our way. Their gratitude for a warm bed, food, water and our love, in spite of the harsh life they had lived before coming to us, is humbling. While all of our dogs are special the "first ones" we found homes for hold a special place in our hearts.
We dedicate our Rainbow Bridge page to these first ones and to the ones we lost for health & temperament reasons and to all those Rottweilers that needlessly die daily in shelters across the country because someone didn't fully investigate the lifelong responsibilities of guardianship.
We are grateful for the time we had with them.