Eric – 4-5 year old male Rottweiler

Eric is a friendly male Rottweiler thought to be aged 4-5 years but he can be wary of some men and seems to prefer female company. He has a docked tail which has obviously been done illegally as a pup. He loves playing ball and has been friendly with other dogs he has met. He is spotless and non-destructive in his kennel but does bark a bit when left so will need a home with someone around and may benefit from the company of another dog after suitable intros.

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Eric is very bouncy and very food motivated having been a stray so is looking for a home without young children but sensible dog savie 16 plus okay. No cats.

Rottie Friends Rescue Somerset

Rottie Friends Rescue Somerset

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Rottie Friends Rescue based in Wellington, Somerset, please email or telephone 07817 809727. The rescue is run by a behaviorist and trainer with 20 years Rottweiler experience, we rescue, rehabilitate and re home Rotties and Rottie crosses. We have been running just over a year and have re homed 50 dogs. All rehoming is subject to a home check, dog intros and adoption contract and fee, all adults dogs are spayed, vaccinated and micro chipped and young puppies go out with a spay contract. All dogs are assessed and given some training before re homing and we believe in matching the right dog with the right home and if rehoming is not successful or owners circumstances change dogs are returned to us.
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