Below are links to Supporter, Sponsor and favorite sites.
The groups, businesses and/or individual sites listed here provide information not only on those who support our rescue, but also information on the Rottweiler breed and responsible dog ownership.
Barnwell Oaks Kennels located at
132 Old Barnwell Road
Springdale, SC 29170
is our largest supporter, having donated over 6,350 pounds of dog food to us as of July of 2006.
This is a kennel we highly recommend.
The staff is knowledgable and you simply will not find a cleaner, better facility in this area.
Please click on their logo to go to their website and see for yourself what a wonderful place this is.
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The American Rottweiler Club
The American Rottweiler Club is an AKC-Member Club recognized as the national breed club; dedicated to education about responsible Rottweiler ownership and to preserving and protecting the Rottweiler breed. We hope you will find our site educational and informative, and will take it under serious consideration when determining if the Rottweiler is the right breed to add to your family.
The United States Rottweiler Club
The USRC is an International Organization whose membership is dedicated to the complete Rottweiler in character, conformation and working ability. The USRC has goals similar to the Allgemeiner Deutscher Rottweiler Klub (ADRK) of Germany and follows the FCI Standard No 147 / 19.06.2000 / D Federation Cynologique International (FCI)
The American Kennel Club
The American Kennel club site has breed profiles and information on choosing the right breed for your lifestyle and family. They also have links to breed organizations and rescue groups all over the country.
"F. I. D. O." does not have a physical shelter. We are a small individual rescue located in the midlands of South Carolina. We have been in operation, rescuing and placing pets since 1974. The pets with us are either in-home fostered or are boarded in local kennels while waiting for placement. Some are fortunate to spend this time in a foster home, but there are never enough volunteers to handle the amount of puppies, young and adult dogs, who need a temporary place. All pets are spayed or neutered, heartworm negative, up to date on all shots including kennel cough, fecal negative and on flea/tick prevention monthly, as well as heartworm prevention.
The Lion and the Lamb
"The Lion and The Lamb" does not have a physical shelter. We are a small individual rescue located in the midlands of SC. The pets with us are either in-home fostered or are boarded, while waiting for placement. Some are fortunate to spend this time in a foster home but there are never enough volunteers or people willing to do this. All pets are spayed or neutered, heartworm negative, up to date on all shots including kennel cough/bordatella.
Southern States Rottweiler Rescue
This rescue organization was formed because we see a great need for a rescue group such as ours in the southern states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee & Texas for Rescue of these noble dogs. SSRR receives dogs from private shelters, Humane Societies and animal control facilities.
SQ Rescue is a charitable organization that has been in operation since 1980. This organization is operated almost single handedly by Mrs. Escue. She works personally one on one with each rescue, taking them for veterinarian care and arranging foster homes. We do not put any animals to sleep. If a surgery is needed, we follow through with our team of specialists here in Columbia to include an Ophthalmologist, Orthopedic, Dermatologist and Internist. This can put a great strain on a small rescue, but Mrs. Escue seems to always pull each needy animal through and find them a forever home.
Carolina Cockers was originally founded in Mt. Pleasant in 1984 and our original goal was to breed championship Cockers. We have had many champions in our midst and still do! Through years of working with and loving dogs, our organization has changed to the rescue and adoption of these wonderful dogs. We love the breed and will not adopt a cocker out that we would not want to keep forever ourselves! Please click on the Carolina Cockers Rescue link above to be directed to our main website. There are tons of pictures there that are worth seeing! We have applied for our 501(c)3 designation. We are currently seeking: Sponsors Fosters Transporters Board Members
Project Pet is a 501(c)3 community-based, people/pet project founded by volunteers from four local animal welfare organizations who have joined together to humanely reduce pet overpopulation in the Midlands through innovative, pro-active programs. By supporting this fundraiser, you will provide medical care for our community's neglected and abandoned pets. Give them hope for a better tomorrow by contributing to the building fund for a community no-kill pet adoption, development and education center. For more information about Project Pet, please call 803-772-7776 or visit our website: www.projectpet.com.