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Should you find a stray Rottweiler, GGARR is certainly willing and available to assist you.  However, there are a few essential steps that should be taken immediately to help locate the owner, and they are as follows….

 1) Check the dog’s ears and belly for a tattoo that will help track or identify the owner.

 2) Take the dog to your nearest veterinarian and have him/her scanned for a microchip.

 3) Call your local Animal Control center to see if the dog has been reported “missing”. Many people use Animal Control as a sort of “Lost & Found” when their pet becomes missing. Give as many details as possible to help identify the dog.  It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that you DO NOT BRING the dog to Animal Control, as often times Rottweilers that are brought in to the facility will be euthanized because of the breed.  There is also a very high incident of Kennel Cough and other illness at Animal Control. Once a dog is placed there we often are unable to save them because they become ill and most clinic will not allow a contagious dog to Board at their facility

 4)  Posters, with a picture if possible, should be placed around your neighborhood and in local veterinary offices, pet stores, etc. to help locate the owner.

 5)  Ads should be placed in your local newspaper to help locate the owner…these ads are FREE OF CHARGE and  should be placed as soon as possible.  The ad should simply list the Breed and sex of the animal.  Too many details may encourage someone just looking for a free dog to call.   You must also include a CONTACT NUMBER to assist the owner in retrieving the dog.   If you are hesitant to leave your own phone number, your are urged to leave a GGARR phone contact (see below) once you have made contact with us.

 6) If possible, you are urged to hold the dog in your home for 48-72 hours to see whether the owner can be located.  If you are unable to do so, please contact one of the GGARR members listed below to help assure the dog’s safety and location of his/her owner:        


Yoly Ramirez                          954-309-0115

Grace Acosta                        786-295-0829

Jim Garvie



These loving companions may require medical care, and often need to be boarded if their owners cannot be found. Gulfstream Guardian Angels Rottweiler Rescue relies solely on the generosity of the kind and caring individuals such as you to help us with such care. Donations are greatly appreciated to help us continue to carry out our mission of saving these lives. We are here to assist you in the endeavor you began….by following the above steps, you will greatly increase the chances of returning the lost animal to his/her owner, or help place him/her in a new permanent and loving home. Always remember, it may be your canine companion that one day relies on the caring and concern you have just extended.