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Ad ID: ADN-51318
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Date Listed: 11/11/2017
Date Expires: 11/20/2017

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Breed: Rottweiler
Gender: Female Female
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Age: Young
Availability Date: 11/11/2017
Location: SUN CITY, AZ 85351
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Rottweiler Dog For Adoption in SUN CITY, AZ

Awesome Rottweiler puppies for new homes through no fault of thier own. I love the dogs but I am moving houses as well as a new job so therefore I am unable to keep them. They are well socialised with other dogs and kids as well. Micro shipped and have taken their first jabs already. They would be ideal for someone who doesn't want to go through training as they are ready to live in a flat or house. I would never give them if I didn't have to. They are very well tempered and playful, pretty much never barks unless it is to alert you that a stranger is at the door (e.g. delivery drivers). They obey commands in English, I am not American my self but the commands are pretty simple and they get them. They are young so you can easily train him in English if you really want to. They are hilarious, for example if you tell him "wagwan"; in Jamaican he will give you a fist bump.

Rottweiler

A.K.A. : Rott, Rottie
Overview: The Rottweiler may seem aloof, but he is a brave and intelligent worker. He performs well in outdoor sports and is a faithful companion and guardian.
Breed Group: Working
Weight (lbs): male: 85-135, female: 80-100
Height (in): male: 24-27, female: 22-25
Colors: Black with tan markings.
Coat: Outer coat is straight, coarse, dense, of medium length and lying flat. Undercoat should be present on neck and thighs.
Character: Rottweilers are very brave, loyal, and obedient. Their protective and watchful nature makes them great watch dogs. They will literally risk their own lives for their family.
Temperament: This breed can make good playmates for children as long as proper socialization occurs at an early age. They can also get along well with cats and other household animals, if trained early.
Care: The Rottweiler should have a rubber glove used to remove dead hairs during times of shedding. The ears should be cleaned often and the claws kept short.
Training: This breed is very dominant and requires a firm and consistent trainer who has a calm and fair approach to training.
Activity: The Rottweiler needs a lot of exercise, including running in open country and playing catch, when possible.
Country of Origin: Germany
Health Issue: This breed is prone to heart disease and entropion.
Life Expectancy: 10-12

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