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This is my middle rott, he's a big boy, his name is Panzer.




This is my oldest rott, Dutch.



This is my 8 month old pup, Annabelle. She is a firecracker.



Thanks for looking

Christina :D
 

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OH MY GOSH. That pup is soooo cute! I love Rotts, they're so cute. Do they really have the temperment that people say they do, or are they nice?
 

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They are all adorable! The puppy looks like she has something important to say. What a doll!
 

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OH MY GOSH. That pup is soooo cute! I love Rotts, they're so cute. Do they really have the temperment that people say they do, or are they nice?
Are you asking if they have a bad temper?
 

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None of my rotts have a bad temper at all. They are all nice. They are all socialized with other pets and kids (we have 3 kids 16, 7, and 5 years old) and have OB training. Panzer kind of gets the short end of the stick though because people will not come near him because he looks scary. Dutch is the sweetest dog you will ever meet! He's a little love bug all the way through. Annabelle is my fire cracker, her and Panzer are out of German working lines so they have higher drives than Dutch, but they all have great temperaments and personality. They are all just different dogs. Everyone loves Annabelle because she is a smaller rott and people don't think she is a rott because she has a tail. Rotts have a bad wrap, they are great dogs, very loyal and smart. Just like any other breed, there are dogs that are not stable and bite. The only difference is they cause alot of damage when they do. Thanks for all the compliments, I am proud of my pack.

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They're all beautiful.
 

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I know someone from another board that has a new puppy Rottie with a tail. She is stunning!
 

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My son was looking at this post with me and said "Mom, you forgot Duck" so here is Duck, he's my brussels griff, he is our oldest boy at 9 years old.

 

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i knew another Rottie named Panzer, once....can't remember where i met him at (it was a few yrs back) but he was a big boy, too....he weighed (if i remember right) 130 lbs and there wasn't any fat on that boy....

i love Annabelle having a tail....it does "soften" them (appearance), doesn't it.....
 

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Thanks for sharing - great family you have. More pics please! Panzer is a big, beautiful boy. Duck is a cutie too!
 

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Its very nice to hear good things about my Panz instead of things like "will he eat me?". Rotties are great dogs and have stole my heart.
 

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Rotties Rule!!! :D :D :D
Alright, I too am a bit partial for this breed. Your pack is very handsome though. Give that big boy Panzer (and the rest of your crew) a kiss for me. I know how Panzer feels when people reject him because of his size or "scary look" I have seen it all too often with my boys.
I once had a woman tell me that my puppy boy Carsten was the "scariest looking dog she had ever seen" and for Oliver a different woman said " I don't want my dog next to that monster" Sadly, it is all part of Rottweiler ownership. Just imagine all that those people miss out on. I think Rotties are the best kept secret around. Now if we could talk all those bad homes into another breed. ;)
 

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Is that you in the first one? It's so nice. I'd love to have something nice like that with my 2 dogs.
The shelter where we got Lucy said she is a rotti mix. We did not hesitate to take her! She is a very sweet dog.
 

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I once had a woman tell me that my puppy boy Carsten was the "scariest looking dog she had ever seen" and for Oliver a different woman said " I don't want my dog next to that monster" Sadly, it is all part of Rottweiler ownership.
Yes it part of having Rotties, Panz gets the brunt of it though, poor thing. People are so fearful of this breed and they are so loving and loyal dogs. I don't have to worry about anyone walking in the door unannounced though....lol. We walk all the dogs at the same time and you should see people. It's crazy. I don't think across the street is far enough away.

Is that you in the first one? It's so nice. I'd love to have something nice like that with my 2 dogs.
The shelter where we got Lucy said she is a rotti mix. We did not hesitate to take her! She is a very sweet dog.
Yup, that's me with Panzer. I love that pic! Just to give you an idea how big Panzer is, I am 5 ft 9 in and about 125. He weighs just about what I do. I didn't realize until that picture was taken how wide he actually is, to us he is normal....lol.

Annabelle is going to be tiny compared to the boys, very tiny. Her mom was little too. She has a sweet face on her, but she's a bundle of energy and she's a velcro dog, where the boys aren't. The only time Dutch is a velcro dog is when there is something wrong with me, then he will not leave my side. They are a great breed and wish they didn't have the bad rap they have.
 
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