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those are some badass rotties old boy. do you breed, show or train them? Seriously those are the finest looking rotties i've seen and i've seen alot. You should be very proud of them. Tell me about their temperament. sorry not trying to highjack thread.
"Crito, I owe a cock to Asclepius; will you remember to pay the debt?"
This post was edited by johnhunt 2 years ago
They still lick their own genitals, though.
I've never had trouble with my dog chewing stuff.
Ive had Rotties now for 24 years, and when i lived in South Africa back in the late 90s, I had the wonderful opportunity to meet, learn from, and use their contacts world-wide, from 2 of the leading "Rotties people" in the world...From their contacts and seeing my love and passion for the breed, I was given the chance to buy 2 pups out of Germany, which were sired by the 2-time world champ...One of the pups was my late beloved Samurai, who went on to become a champion in Germany, the US, South Africa, and also Canada..
From my German contacts, I learned the art of very selective breeding...They are absolutely anal when it comes to studying pedigrees, breed standards, etc...They will NEVER compromise, and are always seeking to produce nothing but the very best...When I was allowed to buy my 2 from the top breeder in Germany, I had to sign a contract to only breed top of the line Rotties...Even to this day, I must get their OK to breed, since my bloodlines still have their names on the pedigree...
With that being said, I seldom will breed to any Rottie who has a mostly non-Eoropean pedigree...While there are many very nice dogs in the US, most lack that fearless, proud, and noble attitude and character which epitimize a German Rottie ...Furthermore, while many still look nice, they lack the bone, size, and overall mass of those bred in Germany...
I just had a liter born ..The dam is Brandy, while the sire is Baron, a grandson of Samurai...4 of the pups are headed back overseas, while the other 3 are already sold to a kennel in California, who also has very close ties to the Germans..
Most of my time now is spent training, advising, and very select breeding...I do not show to just be in the show ring or to pad my ego..I get their championship, then bring them home to be with me...They are like my children and I want them nearby...
Pine cone in a sock.
no offense but have you thought about trading the dog in for a cat - they're pretty much self sufficient - feed them and change their litter box every couple of days
you don't seem to be in the right place for a big dog - a condo is no place for a large hunting dog
The funniest thing I see....it's 20 degrees outside and our Labs are in the pool as if it is summer...taking laps!
Introduce the fella to the condo pool...he'll have a blast!
This post was edited by TaylorsCock 2 years ago
sounds like he needs to be a outside dog to me
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