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Storm was a 12 year old female rottweiler that came into our organization after her previous owners dumped her at the local SPCA because they couldn't afford to take care of her anymore.  Storm was a lovely mature dog that gets along with everything and everyone and she truly didn't understand why her owners would dump her in a shelter and sign over permission to euthanize her; especially in her twilight years.  Storm spent her last 6 months in her SARR foster home and they continually commented about her being the best foster dog they ever had.  Sadly, Storm lost her battle with cancer and she went to the Rainbow Bridge in the loving arms of her foster home.  She will always be remembered by everyone who had the opportunity to meet such a special girl.

Moxie was an 8 year old female rottweiler that was surrendered to our organizaton from her previous owners because she had mobility issues and they could not stop their other dogs from picking on her.  Moxie spent 8 wonderful months in the loving care of her foster home before she succumbned to cancer.  Moxie made a big impression on everyone that met her and she will be loved and remembered forever.

Grizz came to SARR in 2003 when his owner was getting married and couldn't keep him anymore.  When Grizz came to his forever home he settled like he had always lived there.  Over the next 8 wonderful years that Grizz was with his forever home he lived in Regina, Singapore and Australia - all the while being an amazing ambassador for the breed.  Grizz was always happy to stop, sniff and get a bum rub from perfect strangers while his owner would answer questions about the Rottweiler breed.  Grizz's last year and a half was spent in Australia where he got the opportunity to chase kangaroos and play in the ocean.  While these activities tired the old guy out he was always happy to do them again and again.

He was an amazing dog; unfailingly happy, friendly and loyal.  He truly was man's best friend.

He will be missed.

Piper found her forever home with a retired family and enjoyed being doted on.  It is with great sadness that we report Piper passed away after a battle with cancer.  Her last years were filled with love and happiness.  She will be remembered as a special friend.

Brenna – Brenna was adopted from SARR and had a wonderful life for many years with a family in Northern Alberta.  She will be greatly missed.

Angel found her forever home in Southern Alberta complete with 2 Great Pyrenees buddies, a border collie, some cats, horses, cows, goats and sheep to show her the ropes.  Way to go Angel!

Joey – Joey was adopted from SARR and had a great life filled with lots of love and other canine siblings.  Joey was with his family when they moved back East and loved his new digs.  Joey was the first Rottweiler for his family and will always be missed.

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