Dali - Big Black Bear

by Denva
(Auckland, New Zealand)


This is my boy Dali. He is 3 years old.

He is a long haired Rottie and is the most beautiful boy in the world, inside and out!

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Nov 23, 2014
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love emm me NEW
by: sharon and nell the rottyAnonymous

best thing that ever happened to me, first rotty came along in 1988 (jade) loved her and the most trusting adourable girl in the world, died in 2000 of old age and I miss every day. next came (jazz) poor girl a lovely girl but a terrible miss breeding pup lost het her at 18 months and I will never forgive the breeder, loved her so much in such a short time. Then came another love of my life (Holly) got to 8 then was so ill with bone cancer, never forget her true to heart. Millie was a dogue de Bordeaux x bull mastiff the love of my life and broke my heart when she past a just 5. and sonny a full dogue de Bordeaux died at 23 months when his stomach twisted. I will say my heart has broken so many times I don't know how I carry on, I love you all XXXXX

Jan 18, 2014
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WOW! NEW
by: Kelley

We have had GSDs for over 25 years, but after losing our beautiful Trooper to illness last year, we are going with our first Rott: he is just at 9 weeks and what a beautiful fella! I had never heard of a long coat Rott, but this guy is absolutely AMAZING! There are MANY looks to GSDs also: long to short and everything in between coats and the COLORS!!! Congratulations on finding him for your buddy. Its good to read howmuch you adore and love him.

Jan 14, 2014
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Love the long hair rotties NEW
by: Babette

He is beautiful.
I also have a long hair rottie. sometimes people will ask if she is purebred because of her hair. Everyone loves her ears. they say it makes her look like a female. I won't cut off the long hair on her ears. makes her look unique. she is 2 years old. enjoy your Dali.

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