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Another UNEDUCATED "Breeder"
Breed: German Rottweilers
Number of available puppies: 5
Total litter size: 6 puppies
Number of males: 3
Number of females: 2
Date of birth: March 25, 2001
Place of birth: Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii
AKC certified: Yes, both parents were AKC certified and all puppies come with AKC papers
A picture of the parents are below. Both parents are certified by the American Kennel Club (AKC) as German Rottweilers. The German line are said to be generally larger than the American line of Rottweillers, although some say the opposite. Both dogs have an extremely good temperments and have NEVER shown any aggressive tendencies. The parents are from two different breeds in order to produce a strong litter. This is the first and only litter from these two dogs and it is generally said that smaller litters produce healthier puppies. Sam (father of the litter) is thin because he is only 1 1/2 years old and was experiencing a growth spurt and cannot eat enough to keep up.
You should see the picture of this pitiful dog!!
Sophie, you are my heart
I miss you, Lucy
Ian, Godspeed, big guy
R'Legacy's Bravo Company "Bravo"
Paste the web address! I'm sure we would all like to see the sorry example. I hope the "breeder" ment the dogs were from different lines and not from different breeds!
Champions & Companions
Jeez, that ad is so dumb it barely makes sense!
What are they asking for these fine two-breed German Rottweiler puppies anyhow?
Royce von der Alten Welt 6.7.2010
Cooper, CGC, CD, TDI, TT, UACH
Daphne the Destructo-Rott
Bosco the clown
Ajax, my very first Rottweiler in 1985.
I emailed the people and this is what they said:
Thank you for your kinds words, appreciate that. Basically they are all AKC
papered Rotties, the male looks skinny because he is under 2 years old and
grew in height so fast that he could not eat enough to fill in. I meant two
different lines of the same breed, basically, they are not kissing cousins.
Both got their hips certified as good and got checked out by the vet BEFORE
breeding. My dog just happened to have hip dysplasia and because of that my
mother-in-law will never breed her dogs again.
Irresponsible? I think unfounded comments like yours are irresponsible.
You should ask before you shoot off your mouth. My dog just made two years
old and is in great shape now and a great member of my family as is his
brother who is still owned by my mother-in-law along with both of my dog's
I bet you are a member of PETA, a democrat AND oppose the war right?
I don't think he's horrible. It certainly isn't a flattering picture but I can tell it's distorted to a degree. Yes, he's east/west in the front and more than likely a pet who shouldn't have been bred.
On a sidenote, if you take a good look at the puppy pictures you can see why I'm such a strong advocate that people NOT bother going to see the litter because almost all Rottie pups are adorable at 7 weeks. They get there and tend to think with their hearts and not their heads. It's not until they grow that the quality (or I should say, lack of) tends to really show. They take a pup and the breeder is encouraged to keep on breeding. Vicious cycle.
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