Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: Rottweiler



Little Boy is sitting alone in a cold cage, and he is very sick. In a private shelter with 30 dogs.

We know that if Little Boy don’t get medicine he will go blind. AWL sent out a request for donation and our kind sponsor in Los Angelse Craig Kleber donated us money for his first start-kit. Craig K is always there for the animals.
The woman in the picture was given a box of medicine, they have started the treatment. It is very cold, and as you can see the lady is bundle up. Little boy is not.

We are in desperate need of winter jackets for animals all sizes. S M L




His name is Ulisse, and was found, sick and like this, a skeleton .
He is in big need of help, medicine, and most of all; a home.
Found on the streets…..
It’s a shame…could you give him a warm forever home…he deserves it so much…and so do you.
That’s Amore.



This little fellow sits in a “not so great shelter” in Campania. He is in very big need of help, or he will go blind and with other medical problems die.
It’s cold and he is alone in this tragic cage. The man who feeds him tells us he loves the dog so much. AWL have promised to buy and donate the medicine, and our hope is to convince the man that this Little Boy would do great in a home.
We have a sponsor who would like to buy him out, but we need a home. Could you help Little Boy in this Mission Freedom Amore?

Another Dog Dumped


It breaks my heart–and those of so many others–to see a wonderful dog that has had a former home and family, but is now out on the street. No home, no food, no health care, no love.
Animals Without Limits was asked if we could help Rottweiler Bruna–living on the street–to get sterilized. You could see she had already had puppies many times, and we needed to keep it from happening again. Could we also re-home her?
I picked up Bruna and the woman that feeds her on the street. With eyes full of worries Flavia the woman, was so totally concerned about what would happen to Bruna after recovering at the vet. clinic. I could well understand her, Bruna, a loving and very polite dog was snuggling up to us while we were talking. A gentle lick on my hand, and with brown, watery, begging eyes she asked for just a little. “Just” a home!
Flavia don’t want to put her back on the street, many people get afraid when they see a lose Rottweiler and they could go out of their way to hit her!
Please help us help Bruna with Amore, she is a sweet dog, one who doesn’t deserve to be cast to chance on these mean streets. She needs a loving family that will receive her love in ample return.
Amore and Amore.