STAR - Beautiful young Rottweiler

3 Years



Part of adoption

Only dog home

Older only






Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

Star came into our care from the stray kennels suffering from Cherry Eyes. Cherry eye is very common is young dogs of certain breeds. Star has undergone two lots of surgery in our care as sadly one of her eye operations did not work resulting in the gland having to be removed. This stunning girl has taken everything in her stride for months and has had eye drop after eye drop of various sorts. Having what seems like hundreds of visits to our vets due to complications yesterday we put a flag up as Star was signed off from our vets. Her eyes are now corrected and she can run and play and enjoy life at long last. Star is adorable and so very loving and happy despite her ordeals. She adores people immensely however she can be reactive with other dogs. Star is still very puppy like and will need a dedicated and experienced home that can offer Star some guidance and more socialising with other dogs. She has so much love and loyalty to give and is one stunning Rottweiler that really has been through a tough time for many months. Wags and wiggles are her forte and we absolutely love this girl.
Star will need a home that love her breed and can keep up with her eye drops if needed. The surgery has been paid for by our charity and an understanding of the aftercare is important for her future welfare. Star will need more guidance and 
training in her new home, along with lots of exercise, time and company. This young girl is stunning and loves her people and cuddles. We feel a home as an only girl is needed and with someone who has time to socialise her and as well as giving her much people time. This stunner has received very little guidance but oozes personality and love for all humans. Rescue dogs often endure mistreatments and neglect and we feel this lady has ended up as a stray due to her owners lack of compassion and care and certainly no intention to pay for some costly surgery to correct her Cherry eyes. She has been an absolute delight and has taken everything in her stride. She is always one very happy girl and a real joy to be with despite her misdemeanours with some dogs. We welcome more details about you and the home you can offer Star. Home checks and a vet reference from your previous vet is essential for Stars adoption as we ensure her pastures new are forever. She needs to be a pet and live a life of love and luxury in an experienced home with people who will care for her welfare. Star is now signed off from our vets on 22nd October. To say we are overjoyed is an understatement.
It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs and the majority are in need of some veterinary care. Star is just one of many homeless dogs in our rescue care. Anyone wishing to discuss any dogs or needing more information about our charity and the work we do then please telephone for an informal chat or email us via our adopt button on this page with details about yourself and the dog you are enquiring about. Lifestyle details are important when considering adoption. All our rescue dogs have different needs. Good Life Dog Rescue exists without staff. We run completely on volunteers and pay no wages. Please get in touch if you can offer this amazing Rottie a new home.
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