GUSTEV

by tusshar
(bangladesh)





IS HE PURE BREED? I AM CONFUSED ...PLEASE HELP

HE IS TOO MUCH AGGRESSIVE BUT HE WON'T FIGHT OTHER DOGS... HE WANT TO FIGHT BUT WHEN OTHER DOG COME IN FRONT OF HIM, HE JUST BACKWARD I DON'T KNOW WHY.

PLEASE HELP MY IF YOU CAN.



Hi Tusshar, I would say that Gustev is a purebred Rottweiler from the photos you've uploaded. He's a very nice looking dog. However, only legitimate and verifiable papers can prove whether or not a dog is purebred.

BUT, I am very worried by your questions because it seems as though you are expecting your Rottie to be a 'fighter' and that you actually want him to be aggressive. That is entirely wrong!

It's also confusing because you say he is too aggressive and yet not aggressive enough. Perhaps he is acting 'aggressively' around people, but not other dogs?

I implore you to read everything on this website that talks about the temperament and nature of the Rottweiler breed, and to do as much research as you can on these dogs. Rottweilers are NOT (and should never be encouraged to be) aggressive, fighting dogs. They are natural guardians and even the gentlest Rottie will defend his family if it's under threat, even if he's never even barked at a stranger.

They instinctively know what to do, but they are very discerning guard dogs and will not, and should not, threaten or attack unless there is extreme (and real, valid) provocation or threat.

If you try to encourage your dog to be aggressive, territorial or defensive (whether to dogs or people) you will confuse him to the point that he doesn't know what he's supposed to do. This is likely to make him fearful and anxious rather than courageous and calm. It can cause serious problems for the dog and owner.

Your Gustev looks like a great dog, treat him with love and respect, train him to obey obedience commands, and to tolerate people, dogs and other pets without fear or aggression. The Rottweiler is the ultimate family companion and protector - IF he's raised with love, patience and the right approach.

Again, I suggest that you re-think what you are expecting from your dog, and how you are treating him, and find out what he needs to become all that he can be... and be happy, confident and calm. In other words, what a Rottweiler is supposed to be!

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Nov 14, 2014
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HELP NEW
by: Anonymous

MY 3 YEAR OLD ROTTWEILER MALE . HIS NAME IS GUSTEV. HE IS VERY PREETY BOY. AND I LOVE HIM A LOT. BUT SOME PEOPLE JUST MISS UNDERSTOOD . THEY DONT KNOW WHAT IS LOVE, MY ROTTWEILER HE JUST GROW UP LONLY. HE NEVER PAST HIS TIME WITH ANY PET'S NOW AT THIS STAGE. MY FRIENDS DOBERMAN 2 YEAR'S OLD HE BIT MY 3 YEAR'S OLD ROTTWEILER .AND MY ROTT DIDN'T DO ANYTHING. HE DONT KNOW HOW 2 PROTACT HIM SELF. LAST 4 OR 5 DAYS DOBERMAN JUST BIT MY ROTTWEILER HE DONT KNOW HOW 2 PROTACT HE JUST KNOW 2 BARK NOTHING MORE. I FEEL VERY SAD 4 HIM. AT LEAST HE HAS 2 KNOW SELF DEFENCE. I THINK I'M RIGHT, BUT HOW COULD I TRAIN HIM 2 IF SOME THREAT COME THEN FACE OFF, AND PROTECT OWN SELF. PLEASE IF SOME ONE UNDERSTAND MY FEELING'S THEN HELP ME. I JUST WANT MY BOY PROTECT HIM SELF .

Oct 28, 2013
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Gustev Owner NEW
by: Debby Kendall

First of all (don't cuss on this web site) Second of all why don't you first try to show your dog some love & try to bound with him instead of wanting him to be a fighter. I don't get this whole feeding thing & the acid thing. I don't think this is the dog for you. For the loving sake & well being of Gustev why don't you find him a loving home, where someone can & will treat him with respect & love him for the great dog that he is, because you clearly are not doing that. From the sound of it I think he fears you, maybe that's why he won't eat & do what you want. This dog is not for you find him someone to love him because clearly you don't. Shame On You!! You give Rottweiler owners a bad name. I truly feel sorry for Gustev.

Oct 20, 2013
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by: Anonymous

MY ROTTWEILER 2 YEARS OLD AND HE DIDN'T EAT AT ALL. IM SUFFER THIS GOD DAM'N SHIT LONG DAY, OF YEAR, I CAN'T BEAR IT ANYMORE, PLEASE HELP. I DON'T KNOW WHY HE ALLWAYS LOOK LIKE SO UPSET, I GIVE HIM WORM TABLET [HELMENTISIDE-L] 4 TABLET,HE IS APPROX 35-40 KGS, HE WALK WITH ME ALMOST 1 HOUR DAY, HE IS GOING UNHEALTHY. GUYS IM SO UNHAPPY. COZ I LOVE HIM A LOT, I LOVE HIM LIKE MY OWN SHADOW, HE'S VET TOLD ME THAT JUST FOR WORM, BUT I CAN'T UNDERSTAND, WHAT TO DO,?????????????????????????????????????

Jul 31, 2013
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problem NEW
by: tusshar

Why my 2 years old rottweiler [gustev] didn"t take his food, im very upset to that, its rediculius he came his food bowl just snaping the bowl. and go away and dont come again, i changed his food every 3 days, he look like very upset, im sorry , coz i can't burn his energy, but other's dog didnt like him, he is too much disgusting, plz help me,

Apr 05, 2013
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FOOD NEW
by: tusshar

HOW MUCH CHICKEN MEAT SHOULD I FEED MY 17 MONTHS ROTTWEILER? NOW I GIVE HIM [500 gm] of chicken. 4 pc egg. [10pc. bread with peanut butter.and myaonis]and amino acid with water little bit , is this enough for his perfect groth ?

Apr 03, 2013
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hope this helps.. NEW
by: Anonymous

Hi there..I am glad you went to the vet with Gustev.Here is some information about amino acid for dogs and why.Made it easier to read for you with Google translate..
প্রোটিন (অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড অন্তর্ভুক্ত)
প্রোটিন বিভিন্ন প্রাণী এবং উদ্ভিদ উৎস থেকে উদ্ভূত এবং এই সূত্রগুলির তাদের অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড প্রোফাইল হয় আরো কম বা সম্পূর্ণ উপর নির্ভর করা হয়. এমাউন্টস, অপরিহার্য অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড ভারসাম্য এবং মানের একটি কুকুর খাদ্য মধ্যে খুবই গুরুত্বপূর্ণ, যদি এক বা একাধিক যথেষ্ট পরিমাণ অথবা অনুপস্থিত সম্পূর্ণভাবে মধ্যে সরবরাহ করা হয়, উপাদানগুলো সেরা সম্ভব মানের হতে পারে কোনো একটি প্রাণী স্বাস্থ্যকর এবং সমৃদ্ধ রাখা হবে না . একটি অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড প্রোটিন উৎস প্রফাইল "সুষম" বিবেচিত যখন এটি উভয় অপরিহার্য এবং অ অপরিহার্য সঠিক পরিমাণে এবং অনুপাত কুকুর এর শরীরের প্রয়োজন হয় অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড রয়েছে হচ্ছে, এটা দুই বা আরো কম সম্পূর্ণ প্রোটিনের উৎস যে একত্রিত করা সম্ভব একে অপরের পরিপূরক এবং একটি ভাল বৃত্তাকার, সুষম খাদ্য পণ্য ফলে.

সরাইয়া থেকে একটি সঠিকভাবে সুষম অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড কন্টেন্ট, প্রোটিন উত্স হজমসাধ্যতা এছাড়াও অত্যন্ত গুরুত্বপূর্ণ. আসলে, এটি তার আসল পণ্য প্রোটিন কন্টেন্ট চেয়ে আরো গুরুত্বপূর্ণ কারণ হজমসাধ্য প্রোটিনের পরিমাণ সঠিক পুষ্টি "স্থূল" প্রোটিন পরিমাণ, না কি গণ্য জন্য ..
ডিম, পেশী এবং অঙ্গ MEATS সবচেয়ে সম্পূর্ণ, প্রোটিন সবচেয়ে হজমসাধ্য উত্স এবং একটি মানের খাদ্য প্রধান উপাদান হতে পারে, বিশেষ করে জল হিসাবে একটি অধিকাংশ ইতিমধ্যে সরানো "খাবার" ফর্ম উচিত. কিছু কিছু শস্য, শস্য উপজাত এবং অন্যান্য উদ্ভিজ্জ সূত্র থেকেই এই প্রোটিন অবদান, কিন্তু যারা সাধারণত কম এবং সম্পূর্ণ হইনি হিসাবে হজমসাধ্য.

যদিও এটা সত্যি যে একটি সহনীয় প্রোটিন কন্টেন্ট খাবার থেকে (বিশেষ করে বড় শাবক) একপাল তাদের বৃদ্ধি পর্যায়ে উপকার হবে, যাতে মন্থর, এমনকি আরো বৃদ্ধি করার জন্য এবং অস্থির চিকিত্সা - সংক্রান্ত সমস্যা, একটি কুকুর এর খাদ্যের মধ্যে প্রোটিন এবং চর্বি এড়ানো ধারণা এড়াতে মনে করা বাঁধা আরো উপাদানের খরচ যাও যাও - বেশী অন্যথায় - গুণমান MEATS, আরো শস্য কম পরিমাণে.

যখন একটি খাদ্য যে প্রোটিন তুলনায় বর্তমানে আরো প্রয়োজন রয়েছে খাওয়ানো, অতিরিক্ত প্রোটিন এবং metabolized শক্তির জন্য ব্যবহার করা হয়. ভিন্ন ফ্যাট, প্রোটিন অত্যধিক যেমন শরীরের হয়, সঞ্চিত না কিন্তু একবার অ্যামিনো অ্যাসিড জন্য চাহিদা পূরণ করা হয় এবং প্রোটিন মজুদ ভরা হয়, প্রোটিন শক্তি ফ্যাট উত্পাদনের জন্য ব্যবহার করা যেতে পারে. জন্তু প্রতিপালিত খাদ্যভ্যাস খাদ্যে প্রোটিন অত্যন্ত কম খিদে কমে যাওয়া, দরিদ্র বৃদ্ধি, ওজন হ্রাস, একটি রুক্ষ এবং নিস্তেজ কোট ভালো অভাবজনিত লক্ষণ বিকাশ, এবং অনাক্রম্য কার্যকারিতা কমে যেতে পারে.

Apr 03, 2013
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amino acid NEW
by: tusshar

hello... ,guys,, MY GUSTEV VET GIVE ME SOME OF AMINO ACID. AND HE TELL ME 2 GIVE GUTEV AMINO ACID. WITH WATER...AND HIS FOOD, LITTLE BIT, IS AMINO ACID GOOD FOR DOG? IS IT KEEP THEM MORE HEALTHY.? HE SAYS THIS IS PROTEIN. IF I GIVE THAT GUSTEV ANY PROBLEM WITH THAT? IS AMINO ACID BILD UP HIS GROTH? PLEASE I NEED HELP,

Mar 13, 2013
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Thank you all!
by: Sue @ a-love-of-rottweilers.com

Just wanted to stop by and say thanks to everyone who has commented on this thread and is trying to help Tusshar and Gustev. You guys are amazing :)

Of course, I don't agree with Anonymous #2 in this situation, this dog does not need to have his prey drive 'woken up'. His owner is already having difficulty understanding/handling him. Add a strong prey drive to that and it could be a tragedy (as Judy clearly points out). Does anyone remember the fairly recent incident in India when a prize-winning Rottweiler killed a baby due to a human's misdirected actions and inexperience? Both the child and the Rottweiler lost their lives. We NEVER need a repeat of that sort of situation!

Whether or not this is a 'set up' I don't know, but I think Tusshar deserves any help we can give him as he took the time to come here and contact me. He may have some misguided notions and inexperience, but hopefully we can turn that around.

As for the food.. yes, there are definitely parts of the world where it's difficult to find premium commercial dog food....

Tusshar, check out this page for help sourcing a good food, or preparing a home-made diet for Gustev that will meet his needs Feed Program For Overseas

I am so grateful for the wonderful community that we've built up here and how willing you all are to step in and help, encourage or console other Rottie lovers. Thanks again, together we are helping the breed we love and that makes me happy :)

Mar 08, 2013
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me too..
by: Judy

I'm with you on that..People like Anon #2 really need to give their head a shake.Which is why I questioned what he was saying.Shame OP isn't responding but again I will assume it is where he is located and MAYBE doesn't have access to internet daily..Regardless I'm with you I'm out of this thread..cheers Mike..

Mar 08, 2013
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OK I'm out this is a set up
by: Mike

I'm out this thread now smells like a set up. Has anyone noticed that the original poster has not commented at all. We get a few real posts, then we get the Feed em what they feed fighting dogs, have him play tug of war (which teachs him to fight), and raise his prey drive ( which gets him ready to fight). If I thought this was real I would stay and try to help but it appears that this is a set up.

BYE

Mar 08, 2013
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by: Judy

Anon #1-I think maybe we may not have said it as Sue did in her response and we just added our opinions.That being said as a rottie owner, or any pet owner really,I guess to me that is a gimme..I am also on my 3rd who is 2.4yrs at this time..I so agree that a rottie should never be trained to be a guard dog as it is in their nature.It is also never advised to play tug of wars as Anon #2 has suggested.Read Sue's other comments in past post and remember SHE is the expert.She always advises against encouraging it as nothing good can come of it.Anon #2 what does yours chase and conquer? rabbits? dogs? I hope his prey drive doesn't cost him/her its life in time due to his drive 'kicking in' and mistaking a child as prey.I worry about your comment as their protective instinct kick in when THEY know it is needed and do not need to be woke up.As Anon #1 said, all 3 of my girls have had their own distinctive characteristics also and being loving,loyal and protective were part of it.When my house got broke into the thief lasted 32 seconds and stole nothing that was with my 1st one.With this one (3rd) I almost feel like a have a liability waiting to happen as she is so loyal and protective I pity anyone who tries to harm her 'mommy' We have been together 24/7 since 8 wks old and have had to deal with separation anxiety..Not only is she protective of me but her natural instinct make her feel she has to protect children when she is at the dogs park and visitors in wheelchairs that enter.She does not leave their sides and will pace around them when other dogs approach to protect these 'strangers' as SHE KNOWS they need her..This is what a rottie NATURALLY does when loved,respected and honored from day one.They give back to us what we give to them.One more thing..Anon #2 it is very easy to say go by high end Holistic food but this is not available to everyone as it is in our "Western" world and Bangladesh is one of the poorest counries in the world so try and understand Tusshar's world.He may only be able to afford table scraos AND high protien is good in the beginning for growth but again depending on age is not always good..PLEASE read some of the link provided to learn more expecially the 'Large breed puppy food".Okay I think I have to pull a "Mike' and end my post..lol..Just because people live in different parts of the world doesn't mean they can't be good rottie owners it's just the dogs may not have a good of a life as we are able to give ours..end of rant..





Mar 08, 2013
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WAKE UP HIS PROTECTIVE DRIVE
by: Anonymous

Do not feed your dog for 12- 16 hours. Only give him water. nothing else. This will not hurt him. Meantime, go out and buy a high end HOLISIC dog food with a high fat content. (16% to 18%) high protein (24%-28%). Don't give your dog anymore table food. No No No.........He probably feels like we feel after a meal, over full and lazy and want to sleep. My baby loves to chase and conquer. Play gentle tug of war type games. Stimulate his prey drive with chase and retrieve type games. This will wake up his protective instincts.......good luck

Mar 08, 2013
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Gustev
by: Anonymous

As I read through your story & all the comments that followed I was surprised to not hear these three words (Love, Respect & Honor) because they are the true meaning of the Rottweiler Breed. After 25yrs of working with & training these dogs the owners must always make sure that they can convey these feelings to their dog. This is the beginning of your bond & the gaining of their trust which earns you their respect & from that they will honor you forever. And there is never a need to train a Rottweiler to be a guard dog(never) because this comes natural to them they are born with a protection sense & they will protect you your family & your home at all times, if they sense danger they will react. But if you feel the need to train your dog for this reason than I think you have the wrong dog & should get another breed. Believe me you do not want an aggressive Rottweiler I have seen a few over my years & it is a very sad thing to see when they turn mean (this because the owner trained them that way) than they had to be put down. I hope that's not true in your case. But it sounds to me like you & your dog have not bonded well enough yet your dog does not respect you enough yet maybe he does not yet fully trust you in all your training of him & with out that trust comes problems. Maybe going to a trainer could help you both. I have had 3 Rottie's 2 RIP & 1 now almost 2yrs old & all 3 were different in their own ways but I would trust my life & my family with them all & none of them had guard training. Another thing when working with your dog always remember this these dogs are smart they can read your body language very well even before you your self can & the tone of your voice is everything when training them. But before you can really train your dog he must feel your love gain your trust to earn your respect & once that happens you can train him to do just about anything but don't train him to be a guard dog.

Mar 07, 2013
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Nina
by: Mike

Apparently great minds do think alike....this is a good thing. I looked at your pics of Thor... he is gorgeous. Im sure he will bring years of joy to your family. Bella my 10lb min pin will be 5 this month and Thor my 140 lb rottie(who needs Jennie Craig) will be 4 in may. The only problem I have is the min pin keeps trying to convince Thor she is the bigger dog.

Mar 07, 2013
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Mike
by: Nina

It's good of you to point out that we should do what all rottie owners should do to "Help Tusshar identify and deal with the issue." This would be the most helpful thing to do.

Tusshar it would be great if you could give a little more detailed information about your situation, so that you can be given more helpful answers to your questions. We understand this may be challenging with the language differences but whatever further information you can give would be great.

Interesting enough, my big boy's name is Thor. I guess great minds think alike ;) http://www.a-love-of-rottweilers.com/thor-big-boy-aka-mommies-handsome-boy-7-months.html

Mar 07, 2013
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Thank you Ladies
by: Mike

As I look back I agree that the issue may very well be a language barrier. Tusshar let me say that Gustev is a gorgeous dog and I hope you have many great years with him. I apologize because I do get a little wound up when I see things that look like owners are worried that their dog is not aggressive toward other dogs. Lets chalk this up to a language barrier and do what all rotty owners should do. Help Tusshar identify and deal with the issue. I have owned raised and Bred many power breed dogs over the years and the Rotty absolutely has my heart. Tusshar in order to help you we will need some additional information. When was his last vet appointment? Were his test results all good? Has his diet changed recently? Does he get plenty of excercise? My big boy(Thor) went through a similar situation with eating when he was about the same age. After 2 days of this we took him to the vet and discovered he had been bitten by a tick. After 2 days of medication he was doing much better. He had to stay on the meds for 30 days and take several a day but it all worked out well. As far as him backing down to other dogs this is a good thing. we as people mat see it as weakness but thinking from the pack mentality it can be a sign of respect. In every situation there will be a dominant dog and the others will take their place. This does not mean your dog is weak. It means he is smart enough to recognize that and still fit in. How a dog fits into a pack environment and how he fits into your home environment are two very different things. I agree with the first post here that you should read everything you can to become as familiar with the breed as you can. My suggestion would be, try to be as concise as possible when you ask questions so that we can try to offer suggestions to help you.

Mar 07, 2013
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Thanks Judy!
by: Nina

Thanks Judy! And again, ditto on the collar issue. I've had my own learning experience with using one... Never again

OMG LOL! Seems as though I am coming across as having a language barrier as well. With English being my 1st, 2nd and 3rd language :) What I meant to say was KUDOS not KIDDOS. Guess I had the kiddos on the mind :P

Mar 07, 2013
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back at you Nina..
by: Judy

Have to apologize for calling Tussar Gustev...lol..over sight..Totally agree with what you have said and explained it more in depth Nina..I also believe he has Gustev's best interest at heart and commend him for reaching out.This site is great for rottie lovers to come together thanks to Sue from all over the world.What I would like to add is that I see Gustev is wearing both a harness and choke collar.I try to take every oppurtunity to raise awareness of the dangers of these collars when worn other then for traing time.I share a link to my story on this site attached in 'The Best Big Dog Collars' Sue has posted and think everyone should read it to get a better understand how things can turn bad in seconds.Using this oppurtunity to get to the other side of the world I hope it's not inappropriate..Please add you experiences also to raise awareness..http://www.a-love-of-rottweilers.com/the-dangers-of-chain-collarsmy-story.html


Mar 07, 2013
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GUSTEV
by: Nina

KIDDOS Very well said Judy!

I believe this question may have very well been misinterpreted based on a language barrier. With the widely spread misrepresentation of the breed as being 'aggressive' and the well-known temperament of the breed as being strong and confident ("Most rottweilers will not start a fight.... but they certainly will end it"), Tusshar may understandably be confused as to why his dog "backward". Let's be honest, we all want our pups to be confident (one of the reasons we so much love the breed) and not, in layman's terms, coward away. HOWEVER, an experience Rottweiler owner and any experienced dog owner for that matter, well knows that a well-mannered/smart pup will and should generally back down to a more dominant dog, age and maturity comes into play here. Also, a pup that has not been well socialized will sometimes display the same characteristics, as they don't really understand how they should act around other dogs. Being around other dogs may confuse them and in turn, they shy away or "backward". The lack of confidence is usually the case in both situations and could also be why he sometimes displays "aggressive" behavior. Kiddos to you Tusshar for being a concerned pet owner! An owner with ill intentions, might not have taken the time to 1st locate this site, 2nd ask a concerning question (especially with the language barrier) and then post photos of his handsome pup IMO.

Mar 07, 2013
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need better information..
by: Judy

Mike I so agree with what you say about BSL and the fact that not everyone should own certain breeds.BUT I think we have a language barrier here.What I am understanding is the dog shows aggressiveness but cowards when is approached by another dog and does not show aggressiveness to to the point of wanting to fight.I'm thinking he is not socialized and therefore comes across as a tough guy but is actually scared when it comes to confrontation and submits to other dogs and backs off which is good..GUSTEV..is he usually locked up in a yard guarding the home? Does he meet other dogs while off leash and get to play? Do you spend time playing like throwing a ball or stick? More information is needed before we can give you our opinions..Sorry..As for him not eating don't be worried sometimes they are just not hungry.If he eats but does not exercise he might know he does not need the calories.My girl sometimes doesn't eat dinner because it was raining out and we did not go to the park so she knows she don't need to eat calories.We call it a 'lazy' day but not good to be lazy often.Rotties need exercise everyday and have their minds stimulated.That's why I ask if he has friends to play with and not always tied up and working guarding the property..Remember these are our family not just dogs.Do you feed him 1 or 2 times a day? Do you give him vegetables with the rice,chicken and egg? Like carrots,beets,etc or even oranges for viamin C? Diet is very important and like Sue said maybe it is harder for where you live to get food but if you make your own still must be healthy.Maybe give 1/2 in morning and 1/2 at night time.I think feeding twice a day is better..Hope this help some and please give more or better information about aggressiveness..Do you want him to fight other dogs is very important for us to know.MIKE thanks for biting your tongue till we can learn more as I really feel a language barrier can have a big factor in the way questions come across when being asked..cheers..

Mar 07, 2013
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WHY
by: Anonymous

GUSTEV DIDN'T EAT HIS FOOD I GAVE HIM FOR BREAKFAST CHICKEN.RICE. EGG.MIXED, BUT HE IGNORE THIS , WHEN I GIVE HIM JUST CHICKEN THEN HE EAT. HE TAKE OUR FOOD .BUT HE DISLIKE HIS OWN FOOD WHY? DAY BY DAY HIS HEALTH CONDITION GONA THIN. AND HE IS SHORT .NOW HE IS 18 MONTH'S. IS HIS GROTH IS PERFECT WITH HIS AGE,?

Mar 06, 2013
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This really bothers me
by: Mick0153

You did not give any examples of his supposed aggressive behavior. Have you ever owned any other power breed dogs? Sometimes people confuse aggression with the fact that their dog is bored and acts out. Does he get excercise daily? What really bothers me is that it sounds like you disappointed that he is not aggressive with other dogs. Have you ever seen a rottweiler get in a fight....its not pretty . Most rottweilers will not start a fight.... but they certainly will end it. With all the whackos out there talking about Breed Specific Legislation we dont need owners who think their rotty needs to be aggressive. Rottweilers are incredible dogs that bond with the family and if a situation ever arises his instinct will kick in and he will resolve the issue. If that is the reason you got a rotty...then you have clearly made a mistake. Im going to end this here because nothing nice is going to come out of my mouth

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