2nd Chance Rottie & Small Animal Rescue
2nd Chance Rottie & Small Animal Rescue
Our Featured Pet...
FEATURED NEGLECTED ANGEL!!!!
Let me tell you a story, about a neglected Shih-tzu, saved from human neglect, in need of a safe home.
As we all know in the Rescue business Neglect and Abuse comes in many forms. From malnutrition to physical abuse, the result is always the same. Precious and innocent babies all over the world depend on Rescue groups and Shelters to save them from their despair. This baby was so matted and malnourished that she has lost her entire coat. Always fed table food or soft dog food caused her teeth to loosen and decay much quicker. Lack of grooming caused ulcers on her bottom from urine soaking into the matts. After good teeth cleaning and a good grooming n some vitamins, patience, and lots of love her hair is growing back beautiful and full and we hope her spirit will again shine as well. Her ulcers have healed and she is a few less teeth but again can eat dry food and no longer draws. Some small breeds need to be groomed on a regular basis to keep them from matting and getting skin infections and scalded from urine under the mats. A good quality food also keeps their teeth and bones healthy and keep them from having Hypoglycemic episodes that can result in coma and death. This lil girl will go up for adoption as soon as we feel she is emotionally up to it. She is warming up to us real quick and we have high hopes for her and her future. If you can't give her a home but you would like to make a donation for her and others like her feel free to do so using our Donate button.So if you would like to give this baby girl a happy ending please call us for more information.....
Our rescue, like some others, have some animals that have been here with us for long periods of time. Most do fine, but some eventually get behaviors that revert back to when they were strays, this is from being in holding facilities for so long. if you have the time, love and space and would like information on becoming a Foster Parent, we can be reached at email@example.com. We can also always use donations such as collars, leashes, food, blankets, old dog houses etc... Thank you sincerely for your support and remember, all of our animals have had hard lives and when you adopt, it is saving a life, and a lifetime commitment.
Who We Are
We are now an All Breed Rescue (but specialize in Rotties still), due to breed discrimination and so many Rottweilers still being put down or labeled as vicious. We pull pregnant momma's being put to sleep due to the risks of puppies being born in shelters, and skin conditions and lil ones with BIG personalities too. If you need to place an animal here with us please call and speak to one of the volunteers to get your intake info and the information we need to start the process.
We are an all VOLUNTEER not for profit animal rescue group, We have Fosters for our babies so Appts are necessary. We run strictly on Adoptions and they go directly into the continuing care of all the rescues here, and the rescues to come. Adoptions are $225 depending on sponsorships and health. We are a private charity group and we calculate our adoption fee by what Vet costs are combined for 3 visits for routine check-ups and vaccinations and any other standard testing for puppies combined with Surgical Spay/Neuter cost and averaged it down as low as possible for you and still allow our Group to be capable of doing all the Vetting for our Rescues. We provide all 3 rounds of shots and wormer and do Spay/Neuter Rabies microchipping and Heartworm testing for all Rescues 6 mths of age and up. If they are to young to do surgery before they leave it does become your responsibility to make sure it is done at 6 mths of age. Our Clinic will does provide the surgery at Very Reasonable discounted prices. .We do NOT refund Donations unless a puppy has had a Healthy Puppy Check within 48 hours of adoption and is diagnosed with a fatal illness. We work with Local and OOA Shelters and the General Public as well. We are a No Kill Rescue and we do not euthanize for space, .we do evaluate all our new Rescues for possible food issues, other animal aggression, and refocus train fear biters and a few other issues not mentioned, We also exercise our babies on treadmills so they get proper exercise and have fewer anxiety issues as they're settling in. This is done so when you inquire on a certain Rescue you have all the important information ahead of time to make an educated decision about the adoption of each Pet. It is important to us to make sure you have as much info as possible to make an informed decision before adopting. ( WE WILL NOT PULL ANIMALS THAT ARE AGGRESSIVE.)
Adopting a friend
PLEASE KNOW that adopting a Rescue requires as much as a 10-year commitment on your part, as a pet owner Make sure that your home is puppy proofed and ready for the new Canine family member.Make sure his outside area is ready for him as well , mend fence problems before your pet finds it and escapes. Make sure you're ready to be financially responsible for your pet and ask about Pet Insurance for Emergencies that may arise down the road. We do have this information if you are interested. Some of our babies here do need a lil time to adjust to the changes of new homes. This can take some animals up to 10 days to learn their places and settle in, especially if they are a second or third family pet. Proper introduction of your new rescue and the pet you already have can make the adjustment much easier on you and your new family member. We can help with tips on this subject if you need them.
Pre-screening to adopt
Pre-screening information includes your name and address, along with your family size, children, and ages. We require information on other pets in your home including their ages, breed, and gender, along with there Vetting information. We Also need to know if you have a fenced in yard or how you will be exercising your baby and doing potty breaks if you don't have fenced in area.
Come Visit Us!
We schedule all our visits around our Clinic days and transports since we are not a Shelter with set hours. We try to accommodate around your schedule the best we can and if Foster can't meet your schedule they can be taken to Rehab address for a visit Our Foster numbers and address are given when visits are scheduled. If you try to call and we are doing Clinics that day leave us a message, please speak slow enough we can get numbers down and repeat your number so we can get back to you as soon as our Rescues are taken care of, or dropped back off at Foster homes. Calls may not be returned until after 6:00 pm or the next day, but you can text 682-229-9064 if you would like a quicker response, however, we will not respond if driving. Thank you.
2nd Chance Rescue
682=229=9064 and 682-217-9688
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