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    http://www.dogforum.com.au/introduce...-hi-there.html <--- click here
    here is my boy.
    my first rotty and i couldnt be happier.
    just out of curiosity , how much does everyones rottie weigh?? ( nnot suire how big my boy will become!! )
    Last edited by Hunter7mm08; 04-12-2011 at 07:16 PM.

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    I've never owned one myself but i've known a few that have been around 50+ kgs

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    They are the most loving, loyal, curious, happy dogs.
    If ever I need it Harley is there to put his paws on my shoulders and give me a big hug (although he normally tries for kisses too) lily believes she is a 4 kg dog not 40. And will snuggle on the couch with u as long as u will let her.

    Ok so the do have some boredom issues with destruction and they will eat anything before they find out if it's food or not. ( candles, outdoor chairs whatever really )

    I believe i Will always own a rotti.

    Just got weighed yesterday. Harley 51 lily 44kgs

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    my last rottie weighed 8 stone.
    My new rottie x bordeaux will be about the same or larger.

    I love rotties.
    I love the way they cant walk backwards.
    I love the way they believe they can walk through things
    I love their silence, no yapping for nothing, if my rotties barked, something WAS happending.
    I love the way their under chins feel so warm on your bare foot
    I love never having to look for your rottie, its there with its head on your foot.
    I love the loyalty of 'one woman dog'. OMG such amazing connection
    I loved the trust my rotties put in me. Doing amazing unatrual tasks, because i said it was fine.
    I even loved the "sod off its raining, im not walking you in that!" attitude mine always seemed to have.
    I love the way the creator painted their feet fur with black nail polish on each toe.
    I love the way they quivver when you approach with excitement.
    Just bloomin gorgeous rotties are!


    I have shared my life with 3. Each relationship has been truly special.
    Ive never had a destructive one, as mine were always too tired for that milarky.
    And my house is pretty kid/dog proof. No persian rugs here lol

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    dammit, now i want a rotti too......
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    I love 2 things in this world. Spandex and reyzor... not necessarily in that order.

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    i have this poster in my house
    rottylaw.jpg

    its so true

    my 2 have completely different attitudes
    harley - extremely hyperactive and never tires. ever. will play football in the back yard constantly (on his own) until the ball gets chewed up.
    lily - very lazy. will wait until she is sure you have food before she will get off her bum and walk out of her kennel at night when your saying goodnight

    i will always have a rottweiler now.

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    My 2 year old Rottie Jemma an i at the beach an one at home. Also if there is anyone in the newcastle hunter region im looking to mate her she has just started comming in season today

    Last edited by RottieLover; 02-13-2012 at 02:15 PM.

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    is she pure bred? i thought that rotties all had the mahogany markings on them?
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    I love 2 things in this world. Spandex and reyzor... not necessarily in that order.

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    my rottie Diesel who I had to put to sleep september last year, just after his 4th birthday. Hip and elbow dysplaysia finally got him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    is she pure bred? i thought that rotties all had the mahogany markings on them?
    There's at least something else like lab in that dog, look at the legs and paws.

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