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    Diesel was my rottweiler. I still havn't been able to bring myself to describe our last day together on that website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekhbet View Post
    Diesel was my rottweiler. I still havn't been able to bring myself to describe our last day together on that website.
    I realized when i saw you had posted a couple of pictures of him on another thread. Very sad Nekhbet... no owner should have to endure what you did and poor diesel did not deserve to die so young! It's amazing how you are able to document your sad journey to create awareness in others. I for one would be so heartbroken. Hugs and kisses xxx

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    I think anyone with a decent Rott stud would want your bitch to have been HD/ED scored and also have an eye and dental certificate. All coming within the National requirements. I think maybe you should skip this season, get her health certs done, look for a great dog and approach the stud owner in plenty of time. That way all the paperwork for both sides can be in order and also you will know what is required of you re stud work and vet checks.

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    Thats if the dog is a pedigree rottweiler in the first place ... being all black I dont think thats likely

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    Quote Originally Posted by RottieLover View Post
    Hi all im searching for either a breeder or someone who has a male German Rottie within the Newcastle or surrounding area's to service my Bitch she has just turned 2 an im looking to breed her just this once she has just started to bleed today just hopeing im not leaveing it to late. thanks for takeing the time to read my post

    RottieLover a few things to consider. Rotties have a notoriously high incidence of hip and elbow dysplasias. There are also several other genetic diseases to consider.

    If you are serious about breeding you really need to have both parents tested or you are running the gauntlet of these diseases. Pups may be fine or some pups may have a problem. They are definitely a breed you should test before you breed and also have some info on their reletives. A friend of mine had to euthanaise theirs for elbow dysplasia when it got really bad.

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    What is a german rottie anyway? As that is what the OP is asking for?

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    Whoops nevermind i need to go to sleep lol, that is where they originally come from is it not? Lol for some reason i was thinking german shepherd cross. I shall rest my brain now sillyy me!

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    I think the OP means 'German' lines

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