All those questions are or shoudl be answered, and if you have a pet already, they may want to spay/neuter the adopted pet or want you to do that to your dog living in your home already. We' we're not willing to nueter our Rott, he's AKC and haven;t decided whetehr we want to stud him or not or begin to show him.
We were planning to rescue a Rott to give our 4 yr old Rott a companion. you will not most likely get to ask too many questions, but they will ask you for items such as your insurance and city ordinance information. I found that to be rude and i decided that is they really needed to be resuced, they'd be less personal or at least request a visit to my home, etc,. not ask for my personal stuff. then, many of these adoption places throws a hidden cost int here as much as $500. For another $500 i can buy a purebred, AKC rottweiller, so why would I bother?
its too much hassles, but its up to you. Just thought youmight like to know some of the riff raff you may go through.
· 1 decade ago