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About 6 yrs ago, I was forced to put my precious "Roxie girl" down due to kidney and liver failure..She was a rescue who made our family complete. After her death, I vowed that one day I would have another rottweiler. Years had passed and I was unsuccessful in my search. I wanted to rescue again. On July 2, 2014, a friend of mine showed me a picture of a young dog in a local "kill" shelter. I was immediately attached and I hadn't even met her yet! The following morning, I was at the shelter before they opened...I was there to get my dog! Our entire family fell madly in love with this beautiful girl! She never ceases to amaze us with her intelligence! In 2 days, she was completely housebroke, knew (and answered) to her name, and has learned "sit" and "heel". Our vet estimates her age at 4mos. We named her ECHO.
Echo is not my first rottweiler rescue, she's actually my 8th! I firmly believe that a rescue dog somehow knows that they have been given a 2nd "leash" on life and seem to make the best pet, companion, and family member. If given the chance, I will rescue again, and again, and again.
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