IS THIS A PURE BREED ROTWEILER?

by NORBERT
(IJEBU ODE,OGUN,NIGERIA)





I HAVE A ROTTWEILER AND HER NAME IS SUZZY. I GOT HER AT 6 WEEKS AND SHE IS 4 MONTHS OLD AND HAS BEEN DOING GREAT.

I WAS TOLD BY THREE OTHER BREEDERS THAT SHE IS MOT A PURE BREED. THEY SAY THE HEAD IS NOT FLAT OR BOX AS IT SHOULD BE AND MAYBE ONE OF THE GRANDPARENTS MAY BE CROSSED. I ALSO NOTICE THAT PATCH ON HER CHEST IS SMALL COMPARED TO OTHERS I SEE.

I REALLY NEED TO KNOW WHETHER TO DISPOSE OF HER AND GET A PURE BREED. PLEASE I NEED YOUR ADVICE.







Hi Norbert
First of all I'd recommend that you visit my Rottweiler FAQs page as it has a section that talks about how difficult it is to determine whether or not a dog is purebred. It all really depends on whether or not you have the papers to prove that her parents/grandparents etc. are purebred.

However, I want to answer the last part of your question first as it really disturbs me. You say 'I REALLY NEED TO KNOW WHETHER TO DISPOSE OF HER AND GET A PURE BREED'.... I'm not sure what you mean by 'dispose of her' and don't understand why you wouldn't want to keep her even IF (and it's an IF) she's not purebred. Earlier in your question you say that you've had her for several months and that she's 'doing great'. So why would it matter if her head is a little less 'boxy' than it should be.... if you're not 100% sure of her pedigree and background and she's not a 'show quality' pup then breeding her shouldn't be an issue and therefore conformation isn't nearly as important as good health and an excellent temperament!

I can say from looking at the photos that she appears to be a full-blood Rottweiler, her coat, bone structure, coloring etc. looks right. Her muzzle is a little long and her ears a little big right now, but she's a puppy and won't be done growing and maturing for at least another 18 months or so and will change a lot during that time. She has a very sweet expression and looks adorable too.

If you don't want her as a beloved pet and companion regardless of her bloodlines etc., then I'd advise finding her another really good, loving home where she'll be valued for who she is. Rotties are amazing dogs - loyal, loving, intelligent and they bond closely with their owners, if you have any doubts about being able to give her what she needs then find someone who can. She deserves at least that.

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Oct 14, 2016
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Hi maggot NEW
by: Brian ofarrell

If u dispose her I'll find u and dispose you maggot

May 26, 2015
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don't dispose of her I'll take her in NEW
by: Anonymous

If u dont want her I'll take her email me yhwhservices@gmail.com


Apr 22, 2015
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Excuse me? NEW
by: Nic

Dispose of him, eh?

If you really mean it, you shouldn't ever own dogs.

Feb 04, 2013
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I love and will like to have 1 as a pet NEW
by: Alero Yvonne

I have never had one b4,tho I once had a local dog but well taken care of. She had a Vet Doctor b4 I moved to an environment where Muslims are so couldn't cont. Dis time I will love to have. A Rottweiler dog as a pet in my compound after marriage... How do I go about it pls?

Sep 27, 2012
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that guy dont deserve a hampster.he is a loser! NEW
by: Anonymous

society should dispose of this LOSER!

Jun 21, 2011
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what kind of owner are you?
by: Iva

i'd happily dispose of you if i could.

Feb 22, 2011
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ur write
by: Anonymous

Don't worry your dog is a pure breed I have been breading rotts for years and don't worry about what they say u have a rite to want a pure bread dog and if they dontike what u say then screw them u paid for a pure breed an that's wat u should hav .

Jan 31, 2011
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very beautiful
by: Anonymous

Your rottweiler is very beautiful, you are lucky to have such a beautiful animal. however i don't feel the same about that beautiful rottie having you as a owner. are you crazy! I don't think you should be allowed to keep that beautiful animal, someone should call the aspca on you! seriously!!!!

Jan 12, 2011
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You have a very good looking PUPPY
by: Senada

I agree with the message titled
Pure breed?

Enjoy your puppy and who cares what other breeders say.
When I went to purchase my puppy I rang around and asked each breeder alot of questions. They all will tell you how their puppies are the best. I had one want to sell me a show qaulity puppy for AU $3000. More like she wanted to re-coupe the money she spent on importing her dogs from germany. BE SMART.

YOU HAVE SPENT ALL THIS TIME BONDING WITH YOUR DOG, why would you even concider giving up your puppy? Wouldn't it break your heart. Even better imagine this senario;
You give your puppy up and it becomes a champion (LOL) IMAGINE

To me your puppy looks like a rottweiler NOT TO MENTION A REALLY GOOD LOOKING. I REALLY HOPE U RECONSIDER.

Jan 12, 2011
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pure breed?
by: Girish

first lesson.. its a biased world among breeders

Give thy ear to every one. but accept what you feel right.

its a traditional practice among breeders to show down other breeders pup finding mistakes.

get the photos of those breeders pups and i will highlight you 50 mistake in them too.. allthough i dont like doing that. as for me each and every pup is beautiful and bundle of pure love.

its common tendancy of biased people, instead of appreciating and seeing good in pup, rather more look behind to see bloodline and breeder etc.

if the blood line and breeder they have any connection or link, they blindly praise or else try to find mistakes.

NO rottweiler is 100% perfect. sorry to say that. each and every rotty , (similar to we humans) have some positive and some negatives.

just enjoy the pure love what this breed will offer you . unconditional love.

and about the standards. some have heavy bones, big head. --- which i rate as Body Builder type ones. some are less in head and bones, but have beautiful movement instead. the gymnastic type

and balanced one is athletic type :-D which result from selective breeding

just ignore the biased comments by biased people and enjoy with your bundle of love.

all the best

Jan 11, 2011
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You are very selfish to want to dispose of a dog due to your stupidity
by: Anonymous

What kind of person are you to want to dispose of a sweet innocent dog just because you think it's a mix breed. I became a breeder a few years ago and i have a 4 full blooded Rottis now. I bought my rottis from four different breeders to avoid any possible inbreeding. The second puppy I bought was not pure bred. I took him to the vet when I noticed a few features that had me doubting if he was purr bred or not. After a DNA test it came back saying that he was not a full blooded rotti. Due to me being a breeder, I would not be able to breed him. He is such a sweet, loving, loyal and protective dog and there was no way in hell I could ever dispose of him. I had him fixed so that he couldn't breed my full blooded females but, this dog is loved just as much as the purebred ones are and this dog will be with our family until the day he dies. If your not a breeder, why does it matter what breed the dog is. If you are a breeder (which I hope your not) just have the dog fixed and keep it. Selfish people who want to dispose of their dog just because it isn't purebred, shouldn't be allowed to have a pet at all, not even a snake. I can bet that you are NOT a full blooded american unless you are a full native american indian. So how would you like it if socitry didnt want you and wanted to dispose of you just because you are not a 100% full native american? It's not the dogs fault that you didn't research the seller before buying. Why should the dog be killed just because of your selfishness and failure to research. When I sell a rotti pup I go to the buyers home to make sure the dog will be properly contained by a fenced in year and NOT on a chain. I also can tell from the looks of someones surroundings and their other pets, if the puppy will be with a loving family. Your rotti looks like it is full blooded but if for some reason you don't want him and want to dispose of him, please let me know and I will take him before you kill him.

Dec 17, 2010
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Why?
by: Annie in WA's Rott'n Mom

Perhaps you are a bit confused on why to get a Rott. This is a beautiful pup, well formed and looks healthy. If you want a breeding bitch and you have AKC papers on her, fine.

Why did you want a Rottweiler?

Dec 17, 2010
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why
by: Julie

My question is why did you want a rottie, it would appear that you got a rottie for the wrong reasons. By the way 6 weeks is too young to get a pup. They shouldn't leave their mother until at least 8 weeks, a good breeder wouldn't have let her go any earlier than 8 weeks.

She looks purebreed, but what does it matter? She looks great and yes they are very loving great dogs. They are natural guards dogs and do not need to be train as such. They have a natural instinct to guard people especially bitches, I have had 5 of them and they have all been great dogs.

Dec 17, 2010
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WHY DOES IT MATTER
by: Anonymous

FIRST OFF WHY DOES IT MATTER SHES BEAUTIFUL.. I HAVE A PURE BRED ROTTY THATS 5 MONTHS AND YOURS LOOKS JUST LIKE MINE. if you have thought she was pure then shes pure ya shouldnt be listining to what others say anyway you took her to love her ,it disterbes me when you say dispose of her, id take her in an instant.ROTTYS ARE THE BEST

Dec 17, 2010
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Is this a pure breed rottweiler?
by: Himanshu Mehta

What a silly question this is. How does it matter? You should have checked when bringing her in. if you haven't started loving her yet then she doesn't deserve you. please re-home her and don't you even think about getting a pet again.

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