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How We Help

Rotts of Friends is a registered non-profit organization formed to educate and prevent irresponsible breeding and ownership of animals through the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of discarded and abused animals into forever homes.

Adoption

We are first and foremost an advocate for the dogs. It is our duty to match the rescue to the person or family best suited for the dog. All of our available dogs are spayed/neutred, microchiped, and come with free lifetime obedience training.

You Can Help

The average costs for providing for the rescues exceeds $100,000 annually, even with donated veterinarian services, food, and volunteer time. As a fully recognized charitable non-profit, all donations made to are tax deductible.



2014 Annual Video as seen on YouTube

2013 Annual Video as seen on YouTube

2012 Annual Video as seen on YouTube

2011 Annual Video as seen on YouTube

Doogie Rescued!   As Seen on CBS13 News

Doogie

One of the worst ROF has ever seen. This little guy is suffering from severe starvation; his immune system is depressed and he has lost his hair and is combating mange and a host of other ailments requiring special diet and medical treatments. At seven months old he has a long way to go, please help ROF give him a Forever Life! Please help end Doogie's demise and donate, so ROF and its volunteers can give him a full recovery.


Rotts of Friends in the Davis Enterprise

Check out the article about ROF in the Davis Enterprise. Thank you for your support!


Foreclosure Dogs on Fox40 News

Thank you Fox40 News and Dennis Shanahan for the segment on Foreclosure Dogs! Great job Renee! Please support the mission of Rotts of Friends Animal Rescue by coming to our Mutts and Martinis Event on June 23, 2012, or by donating on our website. With your help we can make a difference for the lives of these animals.