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Polluxx
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Jul 11, 2003, 8:41 PM

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Hi chilimson,

Didn't hear from u for a while, anyway just wanna check wt u will u be attending the coming SKC show this weekend (13th July) at S'pore Expo...?

I might be dropping by for a while just to see-see & look-look...?? Wink






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


Polluxx
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Jul 11, 2003, 8:57 PM

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Hi Alex,

I thk my earlier reply to u has been erased, anywhere here's my e-mail just in case u didn't read my earlier post :

BTW alex...did u go to the recent Rottweiler specialty show in Ipoh few weeks ago...? ? I miss it b'coz of work commitment & it was a bit too far away..! Frown
Anyway...if u did go...do u know who r the winners in the ..? ? I m sure it must be the imports again...! !

Hopefully the Rott Chapter will organise another specialty show before end of the yr.






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


chilimson
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Jul 13, 2003, 6:28 AM

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Hi Alex, sorry that I was having problem accessing the forum and it just took way too long and hang sometimes. I am aware that there are Yugo imports in Malaysia, but I had never met the breeder personally except some exchanges of emails. I am not in the pet trade and it is a little inconvenient for me to engage in pet "business" world.

I am no expert per Polluxx mentioned, but I am just crazy about this breed and so I spend a lot more time following the German bloodline. If you really could trust the breeder's pedigree certificate, then you could email me and I will try to do some research on their genetic heritage. But I have to tell you this straight, that you can get anything with money from Yugoslavia (or previous Eastern block) per what I was told. Please do not assume all the imports from there are bad, but what it means is that you need to do a little more work on checking.

At 1.5 years old, your male would have finished growing from the height standpoint, and you will have to exercise him and let his physique grow a little more. This is a very important period for his temperament development as well, so you must watch him now. His head will broaden until his is two to three years old. Normally, male head are broader than female, and so be a little more patient if you are comparing him with his father.

Like I mentioned earlier, I am not in the pet trade and so do not engage in any of the politics or gossips in the dog circle. Furthermore, I have never attend any MKA shows or know anyone to give you any advice. But I am trying to figure out how to breed "nice" Rottie in this region, and will share if I know the answer.


chilimson
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Jul 13, 2003, 7:03 AM

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Hi Polluxx, just having access problem to this forum. By the way, I will never pyscho anyone into owning a Rottie without knowing the person and the environment that the Rottie will be raise. I think this breed is not for everyone, but it is definitely one of the greatest breed to have if you can handle them.

America is a great country with a lot of diversity, and certainly there are also a lot of breeders and opinions. However, I think there are a few governing bodies registered and supported, and they do not collaborated as a single body like ADRK. Therefore, you must do more due diligence if you are looking for a dog in America, and there are many great kennels depending on who you trust. Jenecks and Stozenfels all started with German lines, and I think Janecks could safely claim to have start their own "type" of American Rottweilers that are both great in conformation and working abilities. I will think the Stozenfels kennel is still pretty link with German bloodline for now, anyway, this is personal opinion.

The first Rottie I was given had US bloodline, and that is how I became obsessed with this breed. Then I try to buy local breed, but was a little disappointed. Finally, decided to import myself from UK, Germany and Europe. So far, I think the German imports are great, and not the rest in terms of HD. I am not saying that the German imports are without faults, but I think you probably will not be "cheated" knowingly or unknowingly. Again, I think we are dealing with nature and moral judgement of breeders, however, I really think that ADRK does help to create a better governance for all the breeders and also maintian a good data base (dogbase) that one can purchase.

I know there are police dog trainers in Singapore, but I am not sure whether they are certified SchH/IPO trainers. I have never train my Rottie for SchH/IPO, but did do obedience till intermediate stage. Just do not have all the time to do all these regimented training and also I am not in the circle to have the need for my dog to be SchH/IPO trained.

Yes, I will be at the show.


mackmack
Doggyman


Jul 14, 2003, 1:00 AM

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Polluxx~

Thanks for your belated greetings~Smile MACK did the digging stuff before. but not too often. Coz I used to have him indoor and floor is carpeted, no where he could dig "happily". But when he's in the backyard, he only did the digging when we BBQ at the griller and had him on leash.. hahahah.... too obvious, he's trying to DIG out the attention~Wink But no worries... as long as they are not addicted to digging, and u know theya re only doing so to get your attention, see ~ u had the answer already.... the digging will stop when u pay him enough attention.


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


mackmack
Doggyman


Jul 14, 2003, 1:02 AM

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In Reply To
......, I will never pyscho anyone into owning a Rottie without knowing the person and the environment that the Rottie will be raise. I think this breed is not for everyone, but it is definitely one of the greatest breed to have if you can handle them.

Truely agree with you.Smile Being a dog lover need not to own a dog if he or she is not ready for the breed.


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


chilimson
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Jul 14, 2003, 5:04 AM

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Hi Mack Mack,

I am glad you agree, because I think this breed had many owners that do not understand about them and how to train and handle them. Unfortunately, they also have certain temperamental endowment, especially those from strong working bloodline, that will be a disaster for those who think that they are like GSD. Anyway, I think there is just too many breeding for just monetary benefits without consideration of the breed or the owner.

After more than 15 years, I am still learning about the breed. But I am really amaze with them, and how bloodline and genetics really have imprint on the young.


Polluxx
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Jul 14, 2003, 9:16 PM

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Hi chilimson,

Jeeezzzz....guys...I didn't really meant to "psyhco".. .. ..into getting a rottie..Frown.....it was just a figure of speech.. Sly....anyway like I say... earlier is mature enough to make up her own mind.....no harm intended.....Angelic. As you mentioned earlier this breed is not for everybody which I totally agreed ..... coz there is already enough bad owners who r tarnishing the good names of this breed....but then me think will make a wonderful owner coz she is much mature and sensible (Oops..! here I go again..Wink..sorry !..).... and personally I felt what is lacking (at least in M'sia) is responsible owner.....too many ppl in M'sia r only interested in keeping rottie as a guard dog (with no exercise, games, training etc..) just chain-up in the front yard for the whole day. "Just like a time bomb waiting to explode"!

By the way, as mentioned in ur post, wht r the current prevalent workingline bloodline coz....I can't really distinguished the ADRK breeder whether they r workingline / highline breeder, so far the line tht I know of r v Hammmerbactal, Schwaiger Wappen, Schwaiger Rathus .....thats all....hopefully u can help me here by highlighting a few more breeder that into workingline......coz I understand from my fren that the difference of workingline & highline is still not that far apart in Rottie unlike what has happened to the GSD. Also just wanna chk is Noris of workngline....? ?

BTW have u heard of this breeder : Schloss Hexental from Belgium.....if u have...pls let me know of wht u thk of it....?






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


mackmack
Doggyman


Jul 14, 2003, 9:51 PM

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Oooooooo...... thanks for your nice words, I really take them as a compliment to me. Smile So what makes you think that " will make a wonderful owner coz she is much mature and sensible"? am really curious to know how have you made such a conclusion?Blush I'm still learning.... and no doubt, i'm confident in keeping retrievers than in any other breeds. To me, Rottie sure a good guard dog with GENTLE temperament. Just "dunno why" (well~ u know i knowTongue) the breed in M'sia is getting agressive and "disasters" happened not only once or twice but many many times. It is a shame to see those irresponsible rottie owners/breeders SLOWLY build up a fierce and agressive rottie whatever-lines. Not to say I'm cold blooded... ok? But i truely feel that many cases of dog-bites-passerby, the culprit are the victims themselves.

Think about this.... some old folks they do morning walk everyday with an umbrella or cane or stick or tree trunk. Then wehn they pass by the house with dog, they raise the "weapon" to threat the dog like showing WARNING sign before the dog really do anything to them. Day by Day, the dog will think :"hw could this old lady hates me so much? is she going to hit me kuat-kuat or trying to break into the house?" the hatred from the dog to this passerby raised and accumulated days after days. Then ONE FINE DAY, if the dog was out on the street, and if he saw this lady with a "weapon", he will either think this lady is going to hit him, then he better initiate "self-protection" before he get hits. Or, he already hated this lady for such a long time, and this the time for revenge. Or, the dog is very tame and do nothing on the street, BUT the lady thought the dog going to hurt her, so she better use the weapon to attack the dog while she still can do self-protection. Innocently the dog got attacked and sure will reacted BADLY as canine instinct la~

So... who to blame? (just to share a bit of my thoughts on what has been going tru in m'sia about dog attack cases, and why would the rottie becomes such an agressive breed in m'sia?)


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


Polluxx
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Jul 15, 2003, 5:59 AM

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Hi ,

Well u dun really have to thank me for anything, the way I see it by virtue of you not going out immediately to get another doggie hastily after is gone, goes to show tht u r a responsible person who takes dog-ownership seriously and as a lifetime companion....Smile
....but I can't say so abt myself...without my family restricting me...I would have gotten myself a whole lot of them..Wink

I do agree wt that sometimes it is the victim who started the whole thing ...but like they say it takes two 2 tango...so being a responsible breeder/owner is equally of much important.

I really dread to see that one day rottie, GSD or other working breeds goes the way of wht happen to pitbull..Frown.. .(being banned in M'sia), to prevent more of such things from happening again, I believe educating the public is very important especially to the younger generation since they r the key to the future of the well being of our k9 fren. Therefore forum such as this plays a very significant part in our effort to educate more ppl abt our k9 fren.....many kudos to the forum adminstrator..! ..Cool


BTW I thk socialization of our doggie fren from puppyhood is the key in reducing canine agression but then I believe b'coz of our society (in M'sia) its a bit hard to bring our doggie fren out 2 socialize without causing a scene {such as getting a stare here & there, whispering as u walk by, cursing etc...} ....so some if not most ppl just simply give up the idea...wht a shame..Unsure

...so now...u know how much I envy u being State..Blush

BTW did u chk out the 2 sites I recomended .... how was it...???






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


mackmack
Doggyman


Jul 15, 2003, 1:56 PM

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Yes, Polluxx, i've visited the 2 websites you showed me, but sorry to tell ya~ I didn't spend much time in browsing them, i jsut glanced tru and at least i know where to look up for the shows~

I still don't think Rottie is an agressive breed, but they do have the potential due to their instinct as being Guard dog. GSD, still a NO to me. This morning i watched the Animal Planet (i watch every morning) and saw this scene of GSD and GR, i tried to pay more attention to the GSD but sad to tell la.... i dun like the ears. Totally bias.Blush


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


Polluxx
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Jul 17, 2003, 3:33 AM

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Hi ,

just read ur post.."dun like the ears (GSD)"....??...why..?? too wolfish looking...? Wink..Talking abt wolf... have u seen wolf-hybrid in state ?? it seems that there r quite a number of wolf-hybrid breeder in US..?? Whats ur take on this type of breeding..?? As I understand there seems to be a lot of debate going on over this ? ?






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


Polluxx
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Jul 17, 2003, 3:54 AM

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Hi chilimson,

back to ur earlier post abt ADRK's dogbase system, what do u think of it ?is the dogbase really a usefool breeding tools..?? I think the SV also have a similar system for GSD but I thk it is only for hips only & if I m not mistaken , I thk is called "zuchwerts" or commonly refer as zw no.

I know u r not a breeder, but just wanna ask a hypohethical question , "would u breed by basing on dogbase alone..?" . the reason I m asking this is b'coz I never seen the local breeder (in M'sia) putting the dogbase no. of their import studs/bitches on their advertisement...? my take on this is that most breeders nowadays r only going for the head sizes & body sizes so they r neglecting the other aspect such as prepotency for HD or ED in their quest for the biggest rott wt the largest head.

Wht's ur take on this...?






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


mackmack
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Jul 17, 2003, 8:57 AM

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Hi ,

just read ur post.."dun like the ears (GSD)"....??...why..?? too wolfish looking...? **Yes, more or less... that's part of the reason. and... i have only a few preference of dog breeds... they must look ugly and silly.Tongue


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


chilimson
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Jul 18, 2003, 5:58 AM

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Well, I hope this will stay on until I post, because the system performance is not great. I think the dogbase is really a guide if you have no better references, because the dog base is based on whatever data that is available for the information to be compiled honestly. Therefore, those dishonest omission as well as those people who do not bother to show,train or breed will not bother to have their dog statistics compiled or even those health checked.

Therefore, the best selection is still based on the experienced breeders, sharing with you what their stud or bitch produces. Then you look at their offsprings to determine and study the genes in term of genotype or phenotype. If the stud or dam has never been used, then look at their siblings and what they produce. Next is look at their grandparents and what they throw, because sometimes you will be very surprised that the puppies really carry or show more of their grandparents attribute than that of their parents.

I really do not think that the local clubs or associations nor the buyers or breeders have interest or resources to set this data base up. There is real need for morale, monetary, governance and passion to uphold the betterment of the breed. What do you think will be the premium that people are willing to pay for a puppy that is having solid pedigree?Laugh How many people will bother whether they have Noris, Balou, Hero, Dingo, Doc, Rick, Aki, etc. in the bloodline? Or how many people will understand the Schwaiger Wappen, Teufelsbrucke, Hertener Wappen, Flugschneise. Bleichstrasse, Grunterblick, Burgthann, etc...kennels?

I know you asked me about a working kennel in Belgium, and the breeder is Guy who also wrote a book that I did buy. I have almost all the Rottweiler books that are seriously written, and I think he does a good job documenting what he knows in Western Europe. I will also not comments on kennels on a forum, but am more than willing to help you if you have a particular dog in mind, Please email me privately.


Alexthian
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Jul 18, 2003, 8:52 PM

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hello : polluxx:

sorry for late reply...mm...i aslo didn't go to the ipoh ..so i dunno who is the winner...

any way if i go the answer later ..i will let you know ok>


Polluxx
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Jul 18, 2003, 9:00 PM

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Hi chilimson,

Maybe u have misundertood my query, but basically my question was why dun these so called breeders over this part of the world do not used the dogbase provided by ADRK as a breeding guide, wht I m trying 2 say is that the dog imported by them if is registered wt ADRK will come wt a dogbase no. ....correct ? and I m very sure there is quite a no. of them (ADRK registered import) around..?? therefore wt this breeding tools on hand ....maybe they should try plannng their breeding program using it..! On the other hand when they advertised their planned breeding .....they can also incl the dogbase of both the sire & dam , as this will help the buyers to make an informed choice as well...!.....Wink...well I for one will definitely like to know whether my future puppy is prone to HD & ED or even potential of the head size will be...??

Like u have mentioned, I would not believe that in the forseeable future our local clubs, assc & breeders will ever have the interest to make use of what is already made availabe to them for use in the betterment of the breed. What a shame......but still I hope I m wrong...!..Frown

BTW talking abt Sch Hex kennel, I have also bought the book from him....well even though IMO the book is a bit short ...I still felt it was much better than the other American books that I have bought -what a waste of money !! Mad)

Guy's book was quite enlightening...I didn't know all those yesteryr Great Dogs such Dingo has bloodline to the Austr Mil Dog. I thk from his book he is quite fond of "Igor Mutsmandorff".....and I thk he is from a one of the great police dog ..wht's the name..aah....Crazy...I thk is ..."Probener" something rite..! anyway..I got one video showing him doing his Schutzhund routine...very-very focus fella...u can see his eyes never leave his handler....! oh...how I wish to own a dog such as him...Blush

Wish the book could have been longer though...! Unimpressed

....I m actually looking for serious book abt Rott / GSD...do u have any in mind that u can recommend..? BTW wht's ur e-mail ? u can e-mail me at






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


chilimson
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Jul 19, 2003, 7:34 PM

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I do not know exactly how they compile that statistics, but this is what I think. First, the dog base does not accompany the puppy that you import, because it has not been tested. You can get their parents data, but it must be bought because they are not printed in the pedigree certificates. I think they are not printed because the data will changed as they gather more data from what they produce, and in the future of what their kids produce. Therefore, the dogbase is kept alive way after the dogs are still producing.

If the people who import the dog, and I think the only way they could have a dog base numbers is to get the dog back to Germany for a ZTP. Again, who will do it and who are the buyers locally that care to know or bother about it like I mentioned earlier. It used to be easier to get dogbase data from the forum, but no so now as there is really some few people out there in the forums waiting to pick unnecessary fights and disrupts the learning and educating goals of a forum. I will not have mind buying the dogbase, but I know no German and tried a few time to join the ADRK and never got a response. Anyway, I do not intend to import anymore, because of the recent few disappointments. The sad truth is unless you have lots of money to throw, or you have some connections, then you will never get the "best" dogs through importation. Go and select your puppy is probably the best strategy after you have done all your homework. Going by the rules that you trust the breeder is OK, but I think you will never get the "best". I know there is always going to be debate on what is the "best". Here I assume that you do are not willing to risk a lot of trial and error, and hope for the best.

Having made all those statement above, I think it is biased to conformation aspect because I assume you wanted to show and work. But if you are looking just for work, then I think it is safe to go with famous kennels. Although it is not published widely because I do not read German, but I can see that certain kennels tends to breed towards working dog.

You do not own a Rottie, but I am puzzle with your interest and eagerness to know so much more about the breed. Are you in some trade relating to canine or training? Please do not answer if you think I am intruding, because am just curious. Will send you my email address.


Polluxx
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Jul 20, 2003, 1:59 AM

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Maybe ur rite, . . . its too much an hassle to use the dogbase as a breeding tools, but me think all it takes is a bit of encouragement/effort from the breed club/chapter will b enough to get things going ..!

Well my interest in rott & GSD may have been b'coz of the German way of regulating the breeding of these two breeds...such as breed suitably test (Ztp), Korung, Schutzhund (VPG) , & also the recent dogbase system ...etc . The way I see it, just look at the different breeds of dog that we see today, I would dare say this is the results of breeding based on their function or working ability over many generations by our ancestor which contribute to their genotype & phenotype. But look at wht we have done in the recent years to most breeds....they are bred based on how good they look & how much blue ribbons they won , it doesn't matter whether the dog has the working drives or not or even whether he has HD/ED or not...they were still being bred. Wht will happen to the breed in the next 3-4 generation down the road..? ? will they still have the drive to work, to lead the blind, for SAR works, or even as Police K9. Shocked

That is why I admire the system employed by the Germans ... they have the foresight to be concern abt this degeneration , therefore took the necessary steps to screen & preserved this workings aspect as well as the breed type in their beloved breed.
I m opening a can of worms here so me think I better ......stop...! Tongue


So wht do u thk of Shl Hex..? ? would appreciate ur feedback...Wink ..as I m comm wt Guy thru e-mail but he take ages to answr , but I should thk he is one of the ethical breeder out there......just look at his books....I thk he is very passionate abt rott. Angelic






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


(This post was edited by Polluxx on Jul 20, 2003, 2:02 AM)


Polluxx
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Jul 20, 2003, 2:08 AM

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Hi ,

"i have only a few preference of dog breeds... they must look ugly and silly. "

how do u define "ugly & silly".....? ? droopy ears..? ?
Wink

Well my GSD looks like a clown do u thk he qualify ..!Sly....maybe I should post his photos for u to see.






"Show me your dog and I'll tell you what manner of man you are."
(GSD Founder - Capt Max V Stephanitz)


mackmack
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Jul 20, 2003, 7:49 AM

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Hi Polluxx~

YES. Droopy ears~!!!Laugh Broad forehead, floppy cheek, silly face, sometimes smart and most of the time with either pity look or samsing look~ must know how to trick me, and always do some silly things to get me angry, but will also know how to correct his mistakes. Understand my words but need not obey my instructions all the time. Must have Attitude. The body structure must be tough and wide, especially the thighs so that I could beat him kau-kau but he still enjoy it~Laugh ROUND BUTT. Mmmm.... what else?Crazy know how to drool for food. oh yeah! BIG paws...

I should have more "requirements", but that's all for now.

I dont' hate GSD, I love large breed dogs. If I chance upon your GSD, I'm sure will hug hug him, whack his thighs kuat-kuat and play tough toughWink But for me to keep one for YEARS... erm... still a NO for now.


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


ymon
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Jul 20, 2003, 7:49 AM

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Hi, we have a female rottie too. She is now 5.5 months old and we have decided to spay when she is 6 months old. I heard from a breeder said the rottie puppy look more like Dobermann when they are around 4 to 7 months old. We wanted to spay her just because we want her to have a more healthy longer life (and also we don't know how to breed puppy). Shocked I am not sure our rottie are from which genetic line but we think that she is absolutely beautiful and cute. We wanted her to be a companion with our kids (kids' first dog) than just guard the house. And I don't think rottie is a aggressive dog, it is really depands on the owner how to treat the dog. I have posted my rottie at Photo Gallery under the name Roxylee. Don't you think she look more like Dobermann at this stage?Tongue

SmileMaggie


chilimson
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Jul 20, 2003, 6:18 PM

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Hi Maggie, I have seen her picture and she looks good at 5.5 months old. She is more a Rottie than a Dob, as far as I can see. There are no shots you have of her, but the close up is not proportional for any comments, except of confirming that she got good dark eyes (at least 2b). Her head looks okay for a female and her flews are also dark. Ears are set correctly and think it will grow out okay as well. Watch her grow now and please train her as well. They should be taught now and do not think that she is a puppy and you let her off. Make sure that she get correction for any aggressive or over dominant behaviour. Rottie are big dog, and please do not overfeed her or exercise her too rigorously because they could get hurt. Letting her play on her own is fine. If you take her side view, please post it. Beautiful pup!


mackmack
Doggyman


Jul 22, 2003, 1:30 AM

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Okay~ That's you! "ymon"!

I luv your Sexy Rottie ROXY very much!!!


--I have Howling Bean and Lazy Mack.--


Polluxx
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Jul 23, 2003, 5:08 AM

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Re: [ymon] Rottweilers [In reply to] Can't Post

Hi ymon,

U got urself one cool looking rottie. I like the nonchalant look that she pose for the camera...yep she knows she is the boss.Cool

Fully agree wt u, rott is not an agressive breed ..it is all in the hands of the owner. Tongue

Just wanna share wt u this , I got this female mixed breed which I spayed when she was abt 7-8 mths old (b'coz we got another male dog around), ever since then she is very nervous & jumpy whenever we go to the vet for check-up, so I was thinking if u dun have another male dog in ur house maybe u can consider spaying her when she is more mature (mentally) at 1 yr old.

BTW ur girl is definitely rottie looking, it is just matter of time before its head is more pronounced looking.Smile






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