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Rottweilers ARE NOT horrible at sharing the bed. Infact, they are SOOO cuddly!

31 Reasons Rottweilers Are The Absolute Worst

Rottweilers ARE NOT horrible at sharing the bed. Infact, they are SOOO cuddly!

Introducing Abdullah Da Butcher VP1 Rated - Nashville Rottweiler Klub (RKNA) Tito Earl Antonius x Hera vd Stark Judge: Tatyana Popoval (FCI-Russia) Hal Brown  Sophia, North Carolina kiloman@triad.rr.com

Introducing Abdullah Da Butcher VP1 Rated - Nashville Rottweiler Klub (RKNA) Tito Earl Antonius x Hera vd Stark Judge: Tatyana Popoval (FCI-Russia) Hal Brown Sophia, North Carolina kiloman@triad.rr.com

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Just getting my fiber! Rottweiler puppies don't just chew ON the table leg, they chew it OFF! But who needs tables, right?

way to young for the leash on a collar. Put him on a harness for a few months, let him drag the lead around. Let him get some balance and out of the clumsy stage. If you let them become desensitized to the leash on a collar at this age they will end up not wanting to yeild to leash pressure later. They figure out that just keeping the thing tight (dragging you around) is more comfortable. You can let him wear the collar the become habituated to it being around his neck, just dont u.jpg…

way to young for the leash on a collar. Put him on a harness for a few months, let him drag the lead around. Let him get some balance and out of the clumsy stage. If you let them become desensitized to the leash on a collar at this age they will end up not wanting to yeild to leash pressure later. They figure out that just keeping the thing tight (dragging you around) is more comfortable. You can let him wear the collar the become habituated to it being around his neck, just dont u.jpg…

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