My ordeal was awful,
I thought I was going for a car ride, but instead
they open the door and dumped me on a ramp on I-95.
I only remember
another car stopping and a helping hand that got me
They took me to their
home and call Grace and she ask them to take me to
When I got to the
Clinic, another call to Grace, this time to tell her
that I was not a pure breed Rottweiler, but she
said, IT DOESN'T MATTER, WE WILL TAKE HER
I am 2 years old and
extremely friendly and playful.
Yoly named me
because I have been shaved and the Rottweiler
undercoat is an
am a Rottweiler and a
pretty one, my BLACK
COAT is coming back, no wonder I
think like a Rottie and I will love the family that
adopt me, only like a Rottie can love.
Give me a chance and
I'll prove it to you.
For information about
contact Yoly Ramirez at
or call her at
and here is what Chelsea writes on 9/9/09!
Hi Grace, I just wanted to give you an update on Amber. She is the best dog I could have ever hoped for.
Beautiful and sweet, generous
with kisses, and friendly to everyone. ( As long as she senses that
her family is comfortable).
I'll give you a rundown of the pics I sent you. We have so many it was hard to choose!
1- One of Amber's first attempts at swimming. It seems it doesn't
come natural to dogs after all! We call her Nessie in the water because of the uncanny resemblance to the Loch Ness Monster. This pic was taken at the Davis Island dog park in Tampa.
2- Amber and me in the backyard, she was probably distracted by one of the many lizards.
3- Amber's immediate family! Her mom, her daddy, Doug, and her brother,
a shepherd mix named Rebel. This was one of the many shots we attempted for our 2007 Christmas card pic.
4- Amber on a chase at the dog park
5- A happy girl!
6- Amber with the only toy she cannot tear to bits (other than a wubba)
7- One of her many funny faces
8- Amber's head in Rebel's lap
9- Amber after a walk... that tongue!
10- Amber taking a ride in her daddy's truck
11- We make each other happy!
Amber lived in the same house in Tampa for over 2 1/2 years. Earlier
this year we lost Rebel, her brother and pal. He was 13. Doug got him when he was just a puppy, and it was a devastating loss for all of us. Amber still sniffs and pays close attention to his urn.
In May we moved from Tampa to Delaware for the summer. Amber had such a
blast there! She ran outside all day. By 8
o'clock every night she
couldn't even open her eyes because she was so exhausted.
the pool and greatly improved her swimming technique. She also became
buddies with my parents chihuahua, so she always had company.
weeks ago we moved to Nashville, TN. I was worried about the
transition for her because she has had so many changes this year.
Those worries were not necessary- she loves it! We are in an apartment for our first six months here to give us time to find a
There is a dog park on the property, so she has plenty of room to run off leash. Our walks are quite different now
because of the hills here- Amber and I both need to get used to them!
All in all she is happy, healthy, and loved unconditionally.
am so thankful to you that Amber is in my life. I know you helped her
become the amazing dog she is today. She became not only a part of my
life in August of 2006-- There are people who love her greatly
everywhere, from Tampa to Nashville to Massachusetts. (really!)
Whenever you have time, I would like to know a little more about the
story of when she was found, and anything else about her I may not
know. I remember she was found under an overpass, but I do not know
much. Her history is important to me! I hope to hear from you soon!
With gratitude, Chelsea Carmean