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I have a 1 year old aggressive male Rottweiler and I'm getting ready to move to a new state. I do not wish to surrender this dog to the animal shelter. He has bitten me several times, and he has bitten the neighbor's dog. Where do I go? I don't want to lose my dog. He needs to be with someone who will take care of him and his needs. He can't just be left to live on his own. What can I do? He is getting better and he is friendly, but he doesn't let me approach him. He wants to attack at any moment. I don't want to have to tie him up. Where else can I surrender him?

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I have a 1 year old aggressive male Rottweiler and I'm getting ready to move to a new state. I do not wish to surrender this dog to the animal shelter. He has bitten me several times, and he has bitten the neighbor's dog. Where do I go? I don't want to lose my dog. He needs to be with someone who will take care of him and his needs. He can't just be left to live on his own. What can I do? He is getting better and he is friendly, but he doesn't let me approach him. He wants to attack at any moment. I don't want to have to tie him up. Where else can I surrender him?

Sandra,

I hope you get this message and don't delete it! I am trying to help. I have a friend who wants an aggressive dog. I don't know if she is going to be interested or not. If I were you, I would contact her first. If not, contact the shelter. The shelter is a good place to go to surrender the dog. Just contact them and ask them if they can help you with the dog. You should be able to find this information online. They may be able to take him and take care of him if he is not safe with you.

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I don't have the experience to be able to tell you where to surrender an aggressive dog. However, I will tell you how I would handle this.

I would start by contacting the shelter to see if they can help you. Tell them what the problem is and ask them if they have anyone that might be a good match for him. I have to assume that your friend has no experience with aggressive dogs and if that is the case, it will be better to find a shelter that can help and then if the shelter can't help, then try to find another friend to help.

My best advice to you is to take him to the shelter and they will work with you. If you are not able to surrender the dog at the shelter, you should still try to find another friend to take him in.

As far as your friend not being interested in the dog or being able to handle the dog, I would advise you to take the dog to the shelter and let them do the work of dealing with this dog. I would tell her about what you are doing and why and if she still doesn't want the dog, that you have made arrangements with the shelter for her to take him. You can also talk to her about how to deal with the dog if he becomes aggressive with her and how to control him if he becomes aggressive with her. I would talk to her about your concerns that if you left the dog with her that it would happen again with her dog.

Just let the shelter take care of the dog for a week or two and see what happens.

If they still won't let him stay with you and you have nowhere else to go, you can try to get the dog back. You may have to pay to have the dog returned, but you can find out this information in the shelter.

I hope this helps and good luck!

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I don't have the experience to be able to tell you where to surrender an aggressive dog. However, I will tell you how I would handle this.

I would start by contacting the shelter to see if they can help you. Tell them what the problem is and ask them if they have anyone that might be a good match for him. I have to assume that your friend has no experience with aggressive dogs and if that is the case, it will be better to find a shelter that can help and then if the shelter can't help, then try to find another friend to help.

My best advice to you is to take him to the shelter and they will work with you. If you are not able to surrender the dog at the shelter, you should still try to find another friend to take him in.

As far as your friend not being interested in the dog or being able to handle the dog, I would advise you to take the dog to the shelter and they will work with you. I would tell her about what you are doing and why and if she still doesn't want the dog, that you have made arrangements with the shelter for her to take him. You can also talk to her about how to deal with the dog if he becomes aggressive with her and how to control him if he becomes aggressive with her. I would talk to her about your concerns that if you left the dog with her that it would happen again with her dog.

Just let the shelter take care of the dog for a week or two and see what happens.

If they still won't let him stay with you and you have nowhere else to go, you can try to get the dog back. You may have to pay to have the dog returned, but you can find out this information in the shelter.

I hope this helps and good luck!

Thank you so much for your response! I will definitely contact the shelter and see what they say. I just wanted to try to find someone that will take him and not just give him away. I would prefer that my friend take him and


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