Maverick The Rottie Needs A Home

 |  Jun 27th 2009  |   14 Contributions


There is a very handsome guy, Maverick, who is in desperate need of a forever family. His owners moved from their home and left him there, alone. A wonderful woman named Sherrill came to his rescue so he didn't starve to death.

She paid to get him wormed, treated for fleas/ticks, microchipped, vaccinated, neutered, and treated for a tick-borne disease. She has 5 large rescues in a tiny house, and is over her limit already, so she cannot take him in.

Sherrill has sold off everything she could to pay to have him boarded since she can't take him in. She has no more money which means Maverick has no more time.

Friends,

I've sold everything I can sell to keep paying for boarding for Maverick, and I've pleaded for help with him a few weeks ago on ar-news, with no response whatsoever. Not one.

If you are responsible, humane, and would like a perfect gentleman to be your companion animal, please email me directly, and I can arrange to have him driven to you in any state.

Every vet tech, veterinarian, and person who has been around Maverick describes him the same: A lovable, very well-behaved gentleman who is desperate to be part of a family again. He's quiet, very alert, intelligent, brave, and incredibly easy-going.

Sadly, people in this area don't want a Rottweiler. The majority want cutesy, tiny dogs.

I am out of options for him, now. This is my last time to ask for help for this poor guy, and then I will have absolutely no place to put him, and no way to raise any more money to pay for boarding for him.

There has got to be someone out there who would be happy to have such a beautiful teddy-bear-of-a-dog.

Maverick is located near Tulsa, OK. His personality is easy-going, laid back. Everyone at the vet clinic says he's very well-behaved, like a gentleman. He likes to socialize with other dogs, is more of a leader personality. He will chase cats, if they run; if they stand up to him, he looks shocked and backs off. He loves being close to humans. He's a quiet dog, only barking if there appears to be danger. His family moved away overnight and left him to fend for himself. He seemed very depressed after that.

For more pictures of him or more info please send me an email.

Thank you,

Sherrill

First, I want to thank Sherrill for being such a caring, compassionate dog lover and for all she's done. If anyone is interested in this beautiful boy please contact her at the above email immediately.

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