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 JULIET -  and also ROMEO (adopted) 
Size: Medium
Age: ~5 years
Sex:  female

READ THEIR STORY BELOW. Romeo has been adopted, Juliet was also adopted and returned. Here is what the adopter wrote...

Juliet's Story - She became very attached to Dave and I at the first hello. She got along great with her new step brother, Bo.  Once she stepped out of the car for the first time, she settled in immediately. The short period of time we had her, she became our shadow. She followed us from room to room, and would lay at my feet in the kitchen when I was cooking. Juliet is very protective of her "people", which is the reason we had to return her. We have too many friends and family coming and going at our house it would mean crating a lot, which we didn't feel was good for her. I think Juliet would be the perfect dog for a single female or couple without a lot of visitors. She loves to have her belly rubbed and has learned to fetch a ball. We called her Jewels and she is definitely a jewel, especially when she finds the right forever home. 

and Grace Acosta writes..
JULIET needs YOU. She has been with me since they came from Qatar and she is very loving. Juliet is very loyal and will be very protective. She is good with male dogs, as she lived with Romeo and lately with her new friend BO.  
If you are interested in adopting Juliet, please fill out an adoption application. 

Romeo & Juliet's story:

After two years of intense effort from many rescues to make it happen, including GGARR, two beautiful Rottweilers from Doha, Qatar, made their way to the U.S.A. to find new homes. Romeo and Juliet are the pair of very friendly Rottweilers that need to find a new forever home together in the US.

PAWS Rescue in Qatar works with a very small volunteer staff and very limited resources to find homes for abandoned animals locally, as well as through rescue organizations in Europe, Canada and the U.S. Two years ago, a PAWS volunteer, reached out to Grace Acosta, President of the Gulfstream Guardian Angels Rottweiler Rescue (GGARR). Ms. Acosta and her volunteer team got to work immediately to figure out the details of transporting and finding forever homes for these welcome refugees. Emily Blenkinsop, an American living in Qatar was in charge of their transport. 

GGARR rescues and places hundreds of displaced Rottweilers each year in Florida alone. “We know we have many, many dogs here that need rescuing,” said Ms. Acosta,”but we couldn’t turn our backs on these rescues once we had heard about them. We’ve found that the more we are willing to do, the more we are able to do.”

Serious inquiries may be sent to Grace Acosta at GGARR is always seeking financial and volunteer assistance in their continuing effort to improve the lives of abandoned and displaced Rottweilers.

Location: Gainesville


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