Send us your old cell phones to help pay
our enormous vet bills:

New Fund Raiser - Do you have an old cell phone
or ink cartidges to get rid of but don't know what
to do with it. You can help us by sending them to us. Click here to find out more.


You can donate through Paypal.
Your donation may be tax deductable.

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Click the logo above. A percentage of your
purchase goes to Second Chance.


Donate to the rescue from items on our
Amazon Wish List!

Support Rotties while you shop for groceries!
Last quarter we received $191 thanks to our supporters using their SHARES card!

Shares Card

S.H.A.R.E.S. is a program with SaveMart, Smart Foods, Food Maxx or Luckys where customers presenting the Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue SHARES card at time of purchase will have a percentage of your purchase donated to support Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue!
To request your Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue SHARES card, please email your name and mailing address to us at fiber88@earthlink.net and we will get a card out in the mail to you.

 

Donate Local

We have partnered with Donate Local, the premier fundraiser in northern California.
They specialize in using vehicle donations to support
local charities and their programs.  By donating your
car, truck, boat, RV or motorcycle you can receive a
tax deduction for the full amount of your donation & you also provide greatly appreciated support for our Rescue.
Vehicle Donation Form

Please let us know if you have donated or plan to donate a car

 

Welcome to the Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue

Please visit our donation page to find out how you can help us by buying through our sponsors. We get a percentage all of the sales and that will benefit our Rottie’s. We have so many ways that you can help our rotties even if you can't adopt one. See help our cause below.

The goal of Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue Inc. (SCRR) is to rescue Rottweiler's from animal shelters, humane societies and other rescue organizations where otherwise the dogs would be euthanized. We rarely accept personal surrenders but if you are interested in finding a new home for your Rottie we would be happy to place your dog on our courtesy listing page. Those of you who may see a Rottweiler in a shelter and wish to provide a foster home, please see our Foster Page link.

SCRR adopts dogs out to homes in Northern California, Northern Nevada and to the Oregon border only.  If you are outside our adoption area, please visit http://www.rottrescue.org/ for a listing of Rottweiler Rescues in your state.

SCRR Inc. is a nonprofit organization recognized by both the IRS and the state of California -- your donation may be tax deductible.

A special thanks to thank the elusive James Wilson of Wells Fargo for his continued and generous support of our rescue.
We would also like to thank the Redwood Krest K9 Center, Battle Ground Washington, and Christina Reiley for their generous donation to our rescue.

IvyHeidi came from a veterinary in Medford, Oregon at the age of 10 weeks old. Her owners had abandoned her at the vet, asking she be euthanized because they did not want spend money on her to do surgery to correct ectopic urethras, as diagnosed by the vet.

Vince Augusta, one of our volunteers drove to Oregon to save Heidi. Our vet determined that Heidi had not been diagnosed correctly and surgery would not cure her incontinence. She had a very bad kidney infection, that she most likely got from her mother before she was born.

Heidi spent the first 1.5 years of her life continually on antibiotics. She had an ultrasound every 3 months and a urine check every 2 weeks. She finally got to the point where her kidneys are stable and she is no longer on antibiotics. She requires an ultrasound every 6 months and her urine checked every 3 months. She has been off on antibiotics for 9 months but she is still incontinent. Due to that fact, happy sweet Heidi will probably live out her life as a sanctuary dog here at SCRR. We would love for Heidi to find a forever home, but realize she is a particularly difficult case.

You can help Heidi by supporting the rescue so we can provide for her ongoing care and medical expenses.

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For the last 5 years, SCRR webmaster and her husband have hosted a K9 Cancer Walk in Elk Grove to raise money for canine cancer research. After losing two beloved Rotties to cancer, they wanted do something to fight this horrible disease that so unfairly targets Rotties and other large breeds. Since 2009, the "Rotties to the Rescue" team composed of SCRR families and other rottie lovers have raised over $12,500. Watch for the 2014 date. The Los Gatos K9 Cancer Walk will be held on April 13th 2014, we have a team called Rotties to the Rescue. All the monies raised at the walk go directly to fund canine cancer research. Last year Morris Animal Foundation funded 59 canine cancer studies thanks to the support of dog lovers like yourself! To date the K9 Cancer Walks have raised over one million dollars for canine cancer research!

Second Chance Rottweiler has been awarded Dog rescue award for 2007. We appreciate being recognized for all the hard work all of our volunteers put into saving this amazing breed. We also want to thank all of the generous people that financially supported us. We couldn’t do it without your help.

 

SCRR Winter 2012-13 Newsletter is now available:   SCRR Newsletter

SCRR Winter 2011/2012 Newsletter:   SCRR Newsletter

SCRR Updates, We will post updates about care of our Rotties and latest news. You can read the full story.. Last updated 1/29/12


Help - sweet Heidi
We need to help this sweet puppy..
Darling Dixie needs your help
We need help with Dixie's medical bills. She requires two additional surgeries to correct hip and ankle problems.
   
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As a non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of our community. Donation can be made through PayPal, by purchasing everyday items though our sponsor links, or sponsoring hard to place dogs.

We have custom made Dog collars that you can purchase and all proceeds go toward vet costs. Please see donation page for details.

We spend thousands a year (More than $16,000 in 2011) in vet bills you can help us by purchasing a bracelet for $5.25 or give a flat donation.

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