Congratulations! Rotties are gorgeous dogs! I find them a bit scary though, but i guess that's kind of the point
I agree!Rotties are gorgeous dogs!
Actually... it's not really the point. I just have always loved Rotties, and after research have decided that a Rottie would fit in well with my family, which consists of me, my hubby, our puppy, and our two kitties (we'll be bringing home a "cat tested" Rottie).I find them a bit scary though, but i guess that's kind of the point
what point?I find them a bit scary though, but i guess that's kind of the point
I am! We've done a lot of corresponding via email and she seems like an amazing person!Are you going to see Joan Sweeney?
We are actually going to be getting an adult dog, most likely between the ages of 2-4. As far as a name is concerned, we'll keep his name if we like it, but otherwise we'll consider changing it to something more fitting if we don't. We'll brainstorm after we meet him.Wow that's really cool! Rotties are cute as puppies, I hope he and Luna get along well. What are you naming your Rottie pup?
I find them a bit scary though, but i guess that's kind of the point
This is true. My rotties will meet you at the door and it's not a tag wagging experience until we get there. We just had to put signs up due to an increase in salesman at the door that if you knock on the door do NOT open the screen door.....lol. If I feel uneasy with who is on the otherside of the door my Dutch won't leave and he is not wagging his butt, he sits right beside me and won't budge. If we know the person or feel comfortable with them, they will have their butts wagging waiting for attention. They pick up on alot! It's amazing. Of course it's not just rotties that do this.....lol.A correct Rottweiler should be sociable in public, and many are quite friendly, however, the correct dog will vigorously and seriously defend what he feels to be his turf.