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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Layla - 2yr old female    She's looking for love!

Little Miss Layla is looking for her new family. She's come SOO far since we first rescued her and she's absolutely ready for a family of her own!! Lovely Little Layla - sure has been through a lot for such a young dog. She and her littermate brother are the result of inexperienced puppy sellers who left them in a vacant yard and did nothing more than throw food over the wall to feed them. They spent the first year of their life with no human interaction, no vet visits, not even names. When we brought them into our program they were terrified of EVERYTHING and honestly, we weren't sure they were going to recover. We are happy to say that with a LOT of time and effort by our club members, she has come to realize that people and places aren't so scary after all! She is a small Rottweiler at 55lbs and very sweet but still reserved at first with new things. She will do best in a home with other dogs and humans who will continue to expose her to new things and training using a positive approach.  In her foster home, she sleeps in a crate at night and enjoys playing with the two resident male Rottweilers and a 7yr old girl. She's chipped, spayed, vaccinated and ready to bond with humans who will welcome her into their family. 
Preserving a working heritage

Roxy - 6mo female

Little Roxy - not even 6 months old and passed around three times before she came to us. She was rescued from Craigslist where the owner had her for only two weeks - claims someone 'gave' her to him yet he was selling her for $100 or best offer. One look into those eyes and you can see, she doesn't want to be a puppy producer and would rather enjoy life as a loved Rottweiler. She's very dog friendly and loves to play with balls. She's at a perfect age to get started in a new home and begin puppy training so she can be the perfect Rottweiler companion. She is learning some basic manners in her foster home, is crate trained and is a complete sweetheart of a dog. She's been spayed, chipped and vaccinated and is ready to go to a permanent home.