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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by Redyre Rotties, Jan 13, 2011.
*sigh* I just love looking at her. A quality Rottie is a beautiful thing!
What are your requirements for puppy adoption?
First, I have to like you, and spend a little time getting to know you, since we will be having a relationship for quite some time.
Next, you must be a responsible dog owner. Fencing is a plus, and so is having trained a dog before. I am fortunate to have a pretty good demand for my puppies, so I am able to be selective in where I place them.
My main requirement is a safe loving responsible lifetime home.
She is just beautiful! Such a stunning girl.
Ok, I have been a puppy raiser for southeastern guide dog.
We got him at 8 weeks and he went for training at 2.5 years.
I have a fenced yard a 100 X 40 foot area but there's a chicken coop on the inside. It is only 4 feet high so I would need to do a lot of training.
I have a very young child (one-year-old) and cats and rabbits and rats and chickens and doves... the cats are indoors only (supposedly) and all of the others are caged/ in a run.
I also live in FL, and he would be neutered (at whatever age you feel best for this breed, the Lab Jack was not altered and in fact is a breeder for southeatern).
He would live inside, and would be kennel trained.
I am home roughly 24/7 or in my home office (separate building) he would be close kennel when I am away from home, but after training would be in open kennel at night.
There would be two kennels one in my room (for night) cats are excluded from the bedroom- one near the front door- when I'm out.
He would be an only dog.
He would be trained based on what I learned from southeastern, no food rewards, food refusal, sit/stay to be petted, no noise - ect.
I am curious about what requirements breeders have because in rescue requirements I 'fail' fence height and other animals and children.
It really bothers me that I don't qualify to be a forever home to a puppy that has been thrown away-
I do not need a puppy for another 2-4 years depending on my cat that hates dogs is now 16 with renal failure.
Red, I cannot believe how this puppy is not just holding her quality but to me seems to be getting better and better. Her expression just makes me melt!
She sure is a good-un!
Just beautiful. I had a rotti ages ago and would love to get another one. How does this breed do with chickens and goats?