The first few days in your home are special and critical for a pet. Your new dog will be confused about where he is and what to expect from you.
Florida Rottweiler Rescue Ranch and Sanctuary is a Non-Profit, No-Kill rescue that provides sanctuary for abused, medically needy and older Rottweilers. We provide a safe place for dogs in shelters on death row, owners who are no longer able to care for their dogs, and military families who are unable to take their dogs to their next duty station. We are centrally located on 6.75 acres in Dover FL, on a former Greyhound farm.
We are dedicated to creating Rottweiler breed ambassadors. We work with shelters statewide to rescue Rotties who are either overlooked or are banned from being made available for adoption due to local breed restrictions. The dogs in our care are provided with all medical needs, including spay/neuter, vaccinations, heart worm treatment, and any other treatment necessary. We also strive to educate the public about the true nature of the breed, encouraging responsible ownership, care and training in hopes of reducing the number of Rottweilers that would, without such support, be surrendered by their owners, either abandonment, shelters, or surrender.
Florida Rottweiler Rescue Ranch is committed to finding loving forever homes for each of our adoptable dogs.
Florida Rottweiler Rescue Ranch is proud to be the US non-profit chosen to receive all funds from US purchases. Click on the image above and find out about the Rottweilers and Friends Charity Calendar and how you can buy yourself a gift and help our rescue!
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