I’m 100% certain you love your Rottweiler very much. Many dog owners all over the world after they start keeping one Rotty, decide that it’s not enough and want to get even more devotion and love, that are coming from these wonderful dogs. It’s good to have one Rottweiler, but it’s even better to have two, agree? ;)
Thus, it’s no wonder that sooner or later a dog owner, and maybe you as well, start thinking over the purchase of one more puppy. However, it’s not that simple. You’ve likely already enjoyed all the “amenities” of puppy’s presence in your house. Have you ever thought about bringing to your house not a puppy, but an adult, more or less trained dog? Rottweiler breeders very often have several offers to a person, who is eager to get pretty black and red puppy.
Of course, the decision to get one more dog is extremely important and influences life of all members of your family. I guess it will be interesting for you to read the article below and discuss all together the advantages of getting small puppy or more adult young Rottweiler. Take your time! The article, we want to pay your attention to, will always be available and you are welcomed to return to it any minute.
I really hope I helped you or at least gave you a decent idea. Your Rottweiler will be very glad to have “a friend”, who belongs to the same breed. I can even imagine the expression on his snout :)
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When having a Rottweiler puppy
As a rule, Rottweiler puppies are taken from a breeder when they are 8-10-12 weeks old. Then you can get acquainted with brief description of main characteristics of Rottweiler puppy during these age periods. The puppies at the age of 8 weeks old are known to be already more or less independent, self-determined; they are not so much attached to their mother as before in first weeks of their life and generally speaking do not need her care anymore.
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