All dogs listed on this page are waiting for their special family to adopt them. The Southwestern Rottweiler Club of San Diego does not have a kennel and relies on the generosity of foster families.  If you are interested in being a foster home or sponsoring a dog please contact us! 
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Preserving a working heritage

Zoey - 3yr female

Sweet Zoey is a beautiful 3yr old female who was used to push out puppies for profit by inexperienced puppy sellers (we can't bring ourselves to call them breeders) who knew nothing about breeding or whelping dogs. She was deemed 'not a good mother' so the humans decided to put her on Craigslist (so someone else could make a few bucks). Before she was two years old, she already had two litters - much too young to be bred. Her days of pumping out "Craigslist Puppies" are done and she's quite happy to be someone's loved companion. She's a very sweet and friendly dog, friendly with other dogs but gets really excited when other dogs are playing and she isn't, and she's a beautiful 80lbs. She is getting some basic manners training in her foster home but will need a home that will continue her training. 
Ryder - 1yr male

Ryder, the darn cute Rottweiler! He loves to have fun and at 1yr old....life is all about fun. Ryder is about 75lbs and has some basic manners learned in his previous home and needs a home that will continue the work. He's a very social boy and eager to greet his humans when they come home with smiles and happy spins!. He's great with most dogs, large and small, but he's still a young dog and may be too exuberant for toy breeds. He is crate trained (and will go in on his own when he's tired) but still needs help walking on leash. So much excitement to check out new things! 
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Leo (the lover) - 2yr male (adoption pending...)

He's almost two years old and is 110lbs of pure Rottie love. He's a big strong boy but a very sweet soul. He and his family moved to the San Diego area and have been living in a rental home for the past year and the landlord has told them that Leo cannot stay (although it's not Leo's fault). He has grown up around small children and a house cat and loves people and kids. He knows basic commands, is house trained and crate trained (likes to sleep in his house crate at night) and is dog friendly.