Piglet is a 6 years old VERY happy male Rottweiler. Some of his favorite activities include: walking, being near his people, chewing on a tennis ball, and eating. He was a little overweight when he arrived at his foster home, however they discovered very quickly that he loves a good long walk, so he has trimmed down a bit. Piglet loves tennis balls and toys, and can become a little too fixated on them, so he is not recommended to be in a home with small children .

See more information on Piglet.


If you are able to help us with a small donation towards our medical fund, we would be more than grateful.

SSRR is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible. All donations will be put towards our Rottie's medical and heartworm treatment.



  Adoption Application

  Volunteer Application

  Foster Volunteer Application

  Owner Surrender Application

  Shelter to Rescue Transfer

  Independent Adoption Application


SSRR is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible. All donations are used to further our rescue and educational efforts.

Serving AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX, and VA peninsula.

  read more about us

Enter our 2015

Rott of the Month

Calendar Contest


SSRR Profiles Bear!

Bear does not appear to have been taken care of very well at all. He has hair loss on his back from what is thought to be excessive flea bites. He has calluses on his butt which are most likely from sitting on pavement for a very long time. Along with those issues, he is also Heartworm positive. Bear looks to have been an outside dog, even though his family said that he is good with and grew up with children ages 2, 5, 7 and 9.

Bear is in a foster home where he’s doing wonderful. He’ll be undergoing Heartworm treatment in the very near future and will be available for adoption once he has completed his heartworm treatment and has recovered from the neglect he was forced to suffer through. If you would like to donate to Bear's heartworm treatment and vet bills, please click on Bear’s image to the right.



Foster Homes Needed

These dogs are in need of a foster home. A foster home is a temporary home for one of our Rotties until SSRR finds a permanent home for the dog. A foster home provides the love and shelter for the dog while SSRR provides and pays for all medical needs.

Being a foster home is not easy. Taking a Rottie into your home, caring for him, loving him, and then letting him go to a new forever home can be very difficult. But, fostering can also be the most rewarding and fulfilling thing a true dog lover can ever do to support dogs in need.

If you are interested in becoming a foster home, please fill out a foster home application.








Support our fosters through

 SSRR Fundraising Partners




Cafe Press Rottweiler T-Shirts


On the checkout screen please designate SSRR when asked which charity you are supporting .



Orango Gold Fundraiser

Remember to include SSRR at the end of your last name in the last name box on the order page so these can be tracked correctly. Example: Grupico-SSRR


My Country Store

An order for ANY item will earn SSRR $5 if you designate "SSRR Donation" in the notes to seller during checkout. If paying using Paypal include the same phrase on that checkout screen also.

  Please donate to one of our funds:

  Anoki Memorial

 Anoki Memorial

Anoki’s Memorial fund has been established for SSRR volunteers and family / friends that are facing financial hardship due to an emergency vet situation/illness for their personal dog.

read more

 Place of Hope

 Hope Sleep

From the bond and love of a foster home and this special senior girl blossomed SSRR’s “Place of Hope” program.  Though their time might be limited, senior dogs truly have so much love to give.

read more

  Special Needs

 Special Needs Rottweiler Adoptions

Our Special Needs dogs truly need our help and often require extensive medical care.  Most times, these dogs would not stand a chance of survival if not pulled by a rescue group to save them.

read more

Colonel Douglas Zimmerman II

 Colonel Zimmerman

A great man and hero to all of us will be missed. Husband of SSRR founder, Renice Zimmerman.  U.S.A. Colonel Doug Zimmerman, passed away on June 2, 2006 at the age of 51.

read more

  Special Thanks to our Partners: