We are a 501c-3 Non Profit dog rescue that was started in 2006 to help get rottweilers out of high kill shelter
environments and adopted into new loving homes. We have had rotties for over 22 years and we do what
we do in honor of our first two rotties. We have adopted out hundreds of dogs over the years.
Starting in 2014, we started to focus on senior dogs, and now we only take in senior dogs from shelters
and animal controls where they will be put down due to lack of space, and give them a wonderful
place to live out the rest of their lives, however long or short that may be.
They get wonderful vet care and all the arthritis meds they need to be as comfortable as possible.
This can add many years onto their lives and enable them to also run around and play.
We average 15 dogs at a time, and take in a new one when space becomes available.
They live in our home in an environment that is very structured to help keep the peace
between all the dogs. Most of them are pretty low key. There are lots of fun outdoor things
to do for the ones who are physically up to it, mostly activites with Ken, like cattle chores,
walks in the woods, hanging out at the shack he built in the woods, or getting wood to heat
our place. For the others who can't get around so easily, they get to hang around with me
while I clean the house - lots of dog hair!, or hang out with me in my shop when I am
doing my metal art.
We are fortunate to get alot of donated dog food. This really helps out, as we spend
about $500 a month just in various medications for the dogs.
You can also check us out on Facebook - Tracy Lundahl, or Rescued Paws.
If you are interested in checking out my metal art, there is a link on the menu above, or just go to: www.rescuedpawsironworks.com. I sell on Etsy and there is a link on the site to go shopping.
Molly & Sydney - Our very first rottie girls. They were sisters and we fell completely in love with the breed. We knew we wanted to help other rotties after they passed away. First we adopted rescued rotties, then started our own rescue.