Welcome to the Small Dog Division of NCRR

North Carolina Rottweiler Rescue (NCRR) not only rescues Rottweilers but also other breeds of dogs when able.  NCRR does not receive free vet care and depends on the generosity of the public for donations and on adoptions to continue to rescue the lives of unwanted dogs.

We received a call recently about a large number of small dogs needing help with finding forever homes. 

NCRR recruited foster homes for the small breed dogs and rescued them from the shelter. 

NCRR decided to create a separate web page dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of our small dog division.

EMAIL ADDRESS:  ncrottierescue@gmail.com 

Daisy

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This Miniature Pincher is a prime example of why NCRR exists... to help all dogs find a loving forever home!

There is no reason why Daisy should still be alive.


Daisy is a Min Pin estimated to be approximately 1 1/2 yrsold.  She currently weighs 6 lbs.  You can see her hip bones in the picture. 

Read about Daisy and follow her recovery from open heart surgery performed on July 17 by Dr. Kevin Monce, Pet Sound Hospital in Cary, NC. 


Her current vet bill is $1750 due to open heart surgery.  Please consider making a tax deductible donation to her surgery fund via Paypal or by check via snail mail. 

Paypal ID: ncrottierescue@gmail.com

Snail Mail : NCRR-Daisy
                  5613 Old Ridge Road
                  Raleigh, NC 27610




NCRR Mission Statement

1. To provide veterinary care, foster home care and adoption of unwanted, unclaimed and stray companion pets.
2. To provide advice and assistance to those wanting to place unwanted companion pets in new homes.
3. To provide education on the proper care of companion pets.
4. To encourage responsible companion pet ownership.
5. To encourage the spaying and neutering of all companion pets.
6. The organization shall not be operated for profit and no part of any profits or remainder or residue from donations to the organization shall benefit any member or individual.
7. To reunite lost companion pets with owners.
8. Work in conjunction with other rescue groups to help any companion pet find a suitable home.


* NCRR is a 501C3 non profit organization as designated by the Internal Revenue Service.