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White Hall, AR 71612
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Southern States Rescued Rottweilers, Inc. (SSRR) is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated primarily to the rescue and subsequent placing of Rottweilers that have been lost, abandoned or abused. SSRR is set up under section 501(c)3 of the IRS Code.  We are made up of a group of Rottweiler owners and fanciers from several southern states. Our primary goal is to function as a bona fide rescue organization. Our secondary goals include promoting the public's knowledge and appreciation of Rottweilers, and to distribute materials about the health, training and development of Rottweilers, particularly Rottweiler rescues. 

A knowledgeable volunteer carefully evaluates all Rottweilers that are accepted into the SSRR program. All Rottweilers are placed into foster care until a permanent home can be found.  All Rottweilers are spayed or neutered prior to placing. We aggressively seek loving and permanent homes. We utilize word of mouth, personal contacts and the Internet to find suitable homes. All dogs are placed with a contract designed to protect the dog, the new owner and SSRR.

SSRR accepts tax-deductible donations from individuals, estates, and corporations. All SSRR representatives are volunteers and none receives a salary, including officers and directors.  As our organization grows, we intend to expand our efforts .   

Learn more about SSRR




   Adoption Application

   Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program

   Foster Application

   Volunteer Application  

   Transporter Sign-up

   Owner Surrender Application  

   Rescue to Rescue Transfer

   Shelter to Rescue Transfer

   Independent Adoption Application


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If you are interest ed in sponsoring or donating to the Heartworm treatment of one of our rescued Rottweilers, please click on the heart above.


We are in need of foster homes! 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 application



Rocky was surrendered to a shelter in May of 2020 by his owner. The shelter took care of his vetting, including putting him through heartworm treatment. He was fostered for a few months and then in August of 2020, he went on an adventure from TN to FL to his new adopters home. Unfortunately, the adopter didn't follow the Decompression Guidelines that we send to all adopter and foster homes. The new adopter notified us within 24 hours that Rocky had to go. He had traveled such a far distance already and we had no fosters in the area, so he went into a boarding facility close to his adopter where he stayed for 2 months.
In October of 2020 we moved Rocky to a different boarding facility, more centrally located, but our sweet guy is still there today. While he receives excellent care there and they spend as much time as they can exercising and working with him, it is not the same as being in a real home. He needs much more consistency!
Rocky is a very special boy who desperately needs someone to commit to him. He's a sweet boy who craves attention from his people. He needs someone who is going to allow him ample time to decompress and adjust to his new surroundings. He wants to please you, he just doesn't completely understand what is expected of him. So, he needs a family who is going to teach him how to trust, continue working on his training and show him what it means to be a true family member.
Rocky is doing better at not pulling on the leash, but still has a lot to learn. Basically, Rocky is a full grown puppy. He doesn't realize he's big and he doesn't realize he's strong. For this reason, he can't go to a home with cats or small dogs. He would probably do best to be the only furry child.

If you are willing and able to help Rocky, please email us at rottie.info.ssrr@gmail.com today.



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  Please donate through one of our fundraising partners:

Drink Coffee. Save Dogs.

Every abandoned dog deserves a second chance. At Rottweiler Coffee Co, they use the sale of their single origin and blended coffees to help dogs find new homes. Twenty percent of their profits benefit no-kill animal shelters, dog foster care organizations, and Rottweiler Rescues like Southern States Rescued Rottweilers.

You benefit from big, bold flavor — dogs benefit from your big, bold heart.

Visit their website to order your coffee.

PupLife gives charities, such as SSRR, $50 worth of PupLife merchandiseOR a $25 PupLife Gift Certificate.






ID tags that make your dog Famous! SSRR will receive 35% of each order placed

SSRR will receive a donation on any sales made by any users that go to Aunt Jeni' site by clicking on the image above.








Gourmet and themed gift baskets for all occasions.
Nationwide delivery with over 200 basket designs

Use code SSRR at checkout and we'll receive a 10% donation.

Mention SSRR with your commissioned order and we'll earn a 10% donation



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Please type the code SSRR in the text box in your shopping cart when ordering and SSRR will receive 10% of the purchased amount.








   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.

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  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.

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  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.

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Colonel Douglas Zimmerman II

  Colonel Zimmerman

All donations to this memorial fund will be utilized for Special Needs rescued Rottweilers including but not limited to their veterinary care including vaccinations, surgeries, medications and rehabilitation.

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