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Thank you. My wife was really worried about getting a rotty when we got our first. She changed her tune.
We camp alot and have been turned away from many a campsite because of the breed. I have always told people that don't like them come meet my rotty with an open mind and you will leave with a little different view.
It seems like people that like dogs have no problem with the breed.
I'll stop now cause I could go on for some time on this subject.
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Right on Zip when do you get to bring her home?I have known a few families with Rotties,and like you say as long as there brought up right, great family pet.It's the Pit Bull you just never really know.
Can never seem to stay in the bush long enough!
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