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    I have a Rottweiler and some people fear this breed. Everybody who knows my dog thinks she is the most wonderful, friendly, sooky, loving dog they've ever met. Even my foster pups love her.

    I wish everyone could experience the love of the Rottweiler because they really are wonderful as a loved family pet.
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    I would love to own a Rottie one day, never met an aggressive one, and i have met a LOT of Rotties

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    I couldn't agree more!!! My rottie is absolutely beautiful and loved by everyone who meets her. Hopefully over time the Rottie will become more of a family dog and loved by all.

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    while I am sure your pets are lovely I am often frightened of this breed. Often they are barking their heads off and racing along the fenceline of their house (near us), acting as though they will burst through/jump over and kill us. Its terribly frightening for me, and walking with young children and a dog....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetboy View Post
    while I am sure your pets are lovely I am often frightened of this breed. Often they are barking their heads off and racing along the fenceline of their house (near us), acting as though they will burst through/jump over and kill us. Its terribly frightening for me, and walking with young children and a dog....
    I can absolutely understand what you are saying, I also feel frightened by these breeds when I'm walking my dogs.

    My point in this thread is that the Rottweiler, when correctly raised, is the most beautiful breed in the world. I'm sure there are other breeds that are just as wonderful but I haven't had the pleasure of owning them so can't comment.

    If every person who has a Rottweiler cared about the breed and gave them what they need they would not be known to be scarey. It sickens me that some people turn this beautiful breed into a savage animal.

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    I am frightened of ANY breed who bark their heads off and guard agressively.

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    I have only met a couple of rotties...pure wonderfulness.

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    there is a guard dog near one of my works, a GSD, goes nuts when we pull up, seems really scary and one of the girls is terrified to get out of the car in case he gets over the fence..

    Well, me and one of the other girls have made friends with him, he is such a sook and will cry if we dont say hello to him when we are out having a break!!

    Most of the guard dogs around my home area also sooks, go nuts if i have my dogs, but if it is just me, i can go and pat them all

    I am more weary of the smaller dogs over the big ones

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    I had a German Shephard who died last year at almost 16 years of age, she was absolutely beautiful also, wouldn't have hurt a fly

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    Neither would my GSD who died 20 years ago.

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