Sid Heads to Big Sky Rottweiler Rescue

Sid Heads to Big Sky Rottweiler Rescue

Sid’ story and plea for rescue:

“She was brought in as a found dog on 04/02/14. She was severely emaciated and dehydrated. Good with other dogs. Sweet dog to handle. Her age is tough because she has a lot of deposits on her teeth due to starvation. Since we got her she has put on about 15lbs but has a ways to go before she can be spayed. Have not tested her with cats but she received a lot of socialization when she was at Alameda East for 3 weeks while we were painting. If you take her we will have her spayed, teeth cleaned when she gets to an appropriate weight. Thanks, Kim”

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Big Sky Rottweiler Rescue in Wyoming stepped up to give her a future, and PNP Pilot Denny flew her there.

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8 Responses to “Sid Heads to Big Sky Rottweiler Rescue”

  1. Aww she has such a pretty face. I wish I was closer to adopt her.

  2. What a beautiful girl! I would love to have her, but Wyoming is a long way from Michigan!

  3. Oops! Sorry, Montana! Still too far

  4. Thank you for bringing this precious cargo to those who can most help her! You all are wonderful!

  5. She’s gorgeous! Where is Sid located? Can she be adopted from anywhere?

  6. Please let me know how to make arrangements to let Side rescue me. I lost my girl Sydney 6 months ago she was 13 and a lovely girl. In fact Sid’s face is alot like hers more American then German. I am ready to have a lovely girl in my life again and Side may just be her.

  7. Interested parties should get in touch with BBig Sky Rottweiler Rescue. Looks like their website is http://www.bigskyrottrescue.org/ or visit Sid’s page: http://www.bigskyrottrescue.org/animals/detail?AnimalID=7036284

  8. To Potential adopters – If you want her – no matter where you are – PNP may be able to fly her to you.
    You just have to contact the rescue group and get approved and then go to PNP’s website and request transport.