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Welcome to RottweilersOnline!


We're happy you're reading this. It shows you care about the plight of our beloved breed. Before you post in this forum, we need to be clear about the purpose of this forum.


We all know the valuable services that 501c Rescue's perform. It'd be ludicrous to think that we could match them and give that special Rottweiler a deserving home. We have no way to check the background of each and every individual seeking to adopt. Many are not what they claim and are seeking to obtain an animal for terrible purposes, including fighting them for sport. Face it, we cannot possibly know their intent and Rescues are more adept in reading people and their intent. As well, they can tell if someone is prepared to own a Rottweiler. We cannot do this.


Given this reality, we cannot allow private/third party postings. Not even member to member, because even though we have great people here, they often misrepresent who they really are and there is no way for us to verify. We cannot do background checks. Also, concerning the dogs themselves. We cannot verify they've been temperment tested. We cannot verify their training, care or whether or not they have issues. Only Rescues are prepared to take on that task. They know when a dog is past the point of help and the compassion it takes to release the animal from it's demons and give it peace.


With this realization, we are only allowing postings or links to those animals that have been tested and judged worthy of adoption by bonifide 501c Rescues. Members working with those rescues are free to post links to their sites or sites link Petfinder. Most Humane Societies also post available animals there as well.


We realize our members may be first to know about these adoptions and may know suitable applicants, we'd like to encourage all to work with the Rescues in there area as they are best suited for ensuring our beloved breed are well cared for.


Thank you for your cooperation.


Sincerely,


Staff at RottweilersOnline
 
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