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Xena at 4 weeks

by Carolyn
(Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA)

Xena 4 weeks

Xena 4 weeks

This is Xena. She's only 4 weeks here. She came from our recent litter of Rotties.

We knew we were going to keep one of the girls, and the minute we saw Xena, we knew she was the one.

She's 7 weeks old now, but I love this picture so I chose it to post.

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May 12, 2011
rottweiler puppy in cottage grove
by: Anonymous

hello! I'm looking for a rottweiler in cottage grove, I was wondering if you could help me out?

Mar 02, 2010
awww
by: priscilla

awwwwww what a beauty.shes beautiful.my rottie is 7 months old now they grow up so fast i love him to death.he looked just like ur puppy there they are irresistable at that age when i saw max i knew he was goin to be mine. rotties are the best breed of dogs out there.gotta love the rotties

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