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OK Not a Pit Bull BUT.........

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by CynthiaATL, May 12, 2007.

  1. CynthiaATL

    CynthiaATL Guest

    At my clinic we have a 10 month old female Rottweiler. She came into our hospital with demodex mange so bad that she had no hair on her face it was nothing but pus and blood. And the owner let it get that bad. She also had entropion and the Dr I worked for corrected that. And she has all her hair on her face back. You would never know that she had mange.

    Well she has been at the clinic for 4 months since she was 6 months old. And the Dr I work for said that she has till the 23rd to get in a home or she is going to the AC. ANd here they do not adopt out Rotties, Pits, Dobermans, or Chows.

    We have alot of people inquire about her but he wants her to go to a good home.

    I am NOT a fan of Rotties at all. BUT if I had the space I WOULD take her. And that is saying ALOT. I love her. She is a big baby.

    I would be willing to drive at least 4 hours from Atlanta to place her. SO please PM me if you have any questions. Thanks!

    Also she is UTD on her shots and I would throw in a yr worth of Heartworm and Flea preventative.
  2. Suki

    Suki Guest

    awww, poor girl. Best of luck with her and I HOPE she finds a forever home. Cripes, if my daughter saw this post she would MAKE me drive down to get her my self! GREAT breed. Hope she gets placed.....

    have you located any rott rescue groups that might be willing to take her or help with a transport?
  3. CynthiaATL

    CynthiaATL Guest

    I am doing that as we speak. I just wanted to open up my options by posting it here as well.
  4. Rottweilerlvr

    Rottweilerlvr Big Dog

    She will be safe granted she does well on her evaluation...
  5. miakoda

    miakoda GRCH Dog

    Contact the Southern States Rottweiler Rescue. They've got some great people there. :)


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